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Everton fans unhappy with club crest

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Everton supporters have produced a petition to complain against the rebranded club crest for this season. 

22,000 Everton fans have signed a petition to show the club they are unhappy with the new badge, after it was re-designed for the 2013/14 season. 

The Merseyside club have now begun consulting with supporters in order to change the recently rebranded club crest for the 2014/15 season after much dislike for the idea surfaced earlier this year. 

Toffee's fans can now fill out a questionnaire online and even opt to join a number of focus groups in an attempt to include fans wishes for next seasons design. 

Everton's Director of Communications Alan Myers will be influential in the next rebrand and according to The Mail Online, Myers believes the club's supporters will be influential in helping design the new badge. 

"The 2014/15 crest will be the people's crest, make no mistake about that," he said. 

Roberto Martinez' side are yet to win after two draws, their most recent fixture finishing 0-0 at home to West Bromwich Albion on Saturday. 

Speculation still surrounds the future's of Marouane Fellaini and Leighton Baines as the pair are continuously linked with moves to Manchester United. 

Fans of the club may not be able to influence the team's performances but at least they will have more of a say in the next badge design. 

"Every single supporter may not get exactly what they want but they will have the chance to give their input and shape the crest," Myers added. 

Everton travel to the Cardiff City Stadium on Saturday and after Malky Mackay's side shocked Manchester City on Sunday, Martinez and company will need a strong performance to pick up their first three points of the season. 

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