Oldham change club crest to show appreciation of NHS and key workers

Oldham have launched their new club crest to show their support for the NHS and other key workers during the coronavirus pandemic.

The League 1 club say they will use their new logo on the club’s website and social media platforms until further notice.

Roughyeds chairman Chris Hamilton said: “We are all relying on the magnificent job currently being done by the NHS and by all the other men and women in key industries and services.

“To come up with a new club logo which reflects the club’s admiration and heartfelt thanks seemed to be a positive and supportive thing to do.

“As we battle to beat coronavirus with a united and collective effort, the Oldham club is keen to take this opportunity to offer its grateful and sincere support and thanks to all who are on the frontline.

“We would also ask our fans to do all they can to line up alongside the club’s support for the NHS and other key workers, whether that be in spirit only or in more practical ways if they are able.”

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