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L'Associazione Sportiva Roma - AS Roma - are one of Italy’s most famous clubs. Along with SS Lazio, one of the capital city’s two heavyweights, the side currently coached by Jose Mourinho have an identity that is recognisable while encompassing multiple emblems.

So when Roma came to the Crest Redesign Competition Weekly (CRCW), the publication of the stage could have featured one of at least two current club badges, and that choice was also open to the members.

Argentina’s Club Atlético Rosario Central have a lot going on on their crest, so being featured in our Crest Redesign Competition Weekly (CRCW) was bound to deliver a lot of fun.

The challenge is not necessarily how to include all the features in a reimagining - the C, the repetition in the initialism (acronym?), the blue-and-yellow stripes, the stars, the shield and, finally, the foliage (presumably laurel leaves) - but which to leave out without diluting the impact of the famous side’s identity.

Such is the nature of our Kit of the Week (KOTW) challenge’s participation, often there’s not one entry, from a single member, that stands head and shoulders above the others once the votes are counted.

That was the case with the FK Austria Wien - Austria Vienna - stage. While all the entries for the Austrian Bundesliga side were impressive - to pick two for special mentions, ArmorKuma’s crest-based pattern and Dan808’s Jordan Jumpman-branded creation will have had Die Veilchen fans salivating - two entrants couldn’t be separated.

One of the modern greats of European football is Paris Saint-Germain.

Yet to win a Uefa Champions League at point of publishing, PSG - alongside similarly backed Manchester City - will surely achieve that goal in due course, and featuring in our Crest Redesign Competition Weekly (CRCW) challenge is part of a natural progression - albeit possibly without appearing on their radar.

Considering how much cash the place is dripping with, it’s not altogether surprising how synonymous with style Monaco is.

Accordingly, AS Monaco and their famous Monte Carlo halves were very welcome in the Kit of the Week (KOTW) challenge - and the members weren’t overawed by the task.

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