The Football Pocket Bible. Gavin Cooke.
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Originates from the club's ground, same nickname as its predecessor club. Based on the spurs that the fighting cockerel wears on its leg, of which comes from Harry Hotspur's fighting cockerels in Shakespeare's Henry IV Part1. Maidstone United. Stevenage Borough. Huddersfield Town. Named after the Yorkshire Terrier breed of dog - based on a vote of their supporters to create a nickname.
The origin of the Toffee nickname dates back almost to the formation of the club. The toffee was sold to the fans.
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The team was called 'Toffees' or 'Toffeemen'. Local links to agriculture . In the 19th century, one of their pitches was adjacent to a piggery and clearances often end up in there. Players had to 'trot' through the pig-pens to retrieve the balls.
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Hemel Hempstead Town. The kit features two shades of blue, originating from the colours of Oxford University and Cambridge University. Gateshead is located on Tyneside. Sheffield United. Short version of name. Also used to differentiate between the two Sheffield clubs of Wednesday and United. Based on official name and for being traditional rivals of Birmingham City.
Leeds United. Preston North End. Same nickname as its predecessor club. Wolverhampton Wanderers. Reference to the Wombles of Wimbledon.
Walthamstow Avenue F. Used by its successor club. The two clubs that emerged from the surrounding controversy of its relocation , AFC Wimbledon and MK Dons , both retained the nickname. Currently used by phoenix club Runcorn Linnets F. Also formerly used by its successor club King's Lynn Town F. No longer in use, not associated with current Accrington Stanley. Not used since it merged it Wingate F. Nickname retained by successor club Salisbury F. Named after Mourneview Park and the nearby estate which shares its name.
Hamilton Academical. The nickname 'the Arabs', refers to the fans only and NOT the team coined after a Scottish Cup game at Tannadice in when copious amounts of sand were put on the frozen pitch. From the ancient motto of the town parish - " Better meddle wi the deil than the Bairns o Falkirk ". From early promotional material. The 'h' was used to capture the Irish accent of the team's original fanbase.
An ironic nickname invented by the clubs own supporters in the early s during a particularly bad run of form which has endured since. The club play in Paisley and a person from Paisley is called a Buddie. Inverness Caledonian Thistle. Heart of Midlothian. Local name for 'lads' which were given to Angus Athletic's 2nd XI, composed largely of younger players who broke off to form Forfar Athletic. Dunfermline Athletic. Owing to the red light that used to guide fishing boats back from the North Sea to the harbour Lichtie being a Scots word for light. Shortened form of "Sons of the Rock" a term used for a person from Dumbarton.
Their stadium was for many years, directly under Dumbarton Rock. A reference to St Johnstone being the only league club in Scottish or English football with a J in its name.
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