October 14, 2018

[News]Do you know Real Madrid football club removed Christian Cross in Logo to appease sponsors? | See Details

Do you know Real Madrid Football Club removed the Cross on their crest to please sponsors?

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Top flight European football club and Spanish La Liga monsters, Real Madrid are set to make a controversial change to their famous badge, a move which tries to expand promoting deals out in the Middle East. 

Spanish daily paper ​El Confidencial reports that the little cross at the at the top of their crest, which obviously is representative of both Christianity and Catholicism, will be evacuated with the end goal to enhance religious 'sensitivities'. 

The Galaticos have as of late concurred an arrangement with United Arab Emirates based organization Marka, who control various retail appropriation focuses in the locale. Los Blancos trust that the arrangement will see a development in the club's income originating from the UAE and encompassing nations, for example, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and the hosts for the 2022 World Cup, Qatar. 

While the move will disturb a portion of the more moderate individuals from Real's fanbase, Khaled al-Mheiri, the VP of Marka, has demanded that the expulsion of the cross at the highest point of the logo is vital. He told Reuters (as cited by ​101 Great Goals): 

This is obviously not the first occasion when that the La Liga mammoths have adjusted their logo and endured the fury of the fans. Back in ​2014, Madrid adjusted it as a component of an arrangement with the National Bank of Abu Dhabi, the main bank in the United Arab Emirates.

The overhauling of the crest would require just a minor change. The first highlights a little Christian cross at the highest point of a crown on the peak. 

The understanding enables Marka to offer garments, for example, shirts, polo shirts and swim wear including the Real Madrid name and peak.

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