Everton has apologized to his fans after more than 22, 000 people signed a petition criticizing the contents of the club’s new logo.
Everton club motto is in Latin, the “Nil Satis, Nisi Optimum” – which means “there is nothing better than the best” – and fruit wreaths have been omitted from the design of a new logo.
In the petition, the fanatical Everton supporter threatened not to buy the merchandise that had been a one-on-one financial inputs club.
Everton said management has apologized for not talking about the logo change to his fans.
“We’re sorry, we did not ask for any Evertonian (Everton fan) about something so important.”
Even so, they declared the new logo still use it “as part of the modernization process of the club”.
Organizers said the English Premier League, Everton’s new logo will be used during the season 2013/14 later.
In the early days of its founding, the form of writing EFC Everton logo white shield with a blue background.
On his way, namely in 1938, the new logo insert symbols Tower Prince Rupert, and the two wreaths replace EFC letters.
In the same year, the motto Nil Satis, Nisi Optimum is also included under the shield, although it was never shown in costume players until 1978.
But in 1982, the motto was removed before being added back when done redesign in 1991.