>team plays the blues
>actually named "the blues"
>went to high school in port moody
>team name is the Moody Blues
>team is historically weak and always on the verge of growing into something good but never quite makes it
>name is "the cubs"
>enter a league barely has 10 teams
>pick a name another team already has
>city has two teams
>one team calls themselves "United"
Or maybe it's just not particularly worthy of being acknowledged. At least the "Utah Jazz" has an inherent humour in the dissonance between city and the form of music, whereas
>actually naming your team after a song
is just memealicious.
>Club is called Notthingham Forest
>they don't play in a forest
>team has an animal as part of their name/logo
>the animal is not found in the general region they are located in
>they have never been a force
It was called United because it was the first Adelaide team in the NSL that wasn't either the "Italian" team or the "Greek" team, hence United. You dumb cunt.
>Sporting Clube de Portugal
>is known (at best) as Sporting Lisbon
>team plays in blue
>nickname is "bluebirds"
>owner decides to change kits to red
>Country called United Kingdom
>Part of it is on a whole different island
>Called United States
>Two states aren't touching other states in any way
>San Francisco 49ers
Named after 1849 Gold Rush
Philly thinks it's where America was born in 1776 (in actuality it was Boston in 1775)
>Brady-Manning game called the War of 1812
Call-back to when New England single-handedly defeated Canada
>name is bolton wanderers
>they actually wander around on the field cluelessly