When Leeds United presented a new crest last year, the rejection from club fans was reported worldwide, especially when they managed to reverse the decision.

It turns out that this story is still remembered in other countries, and proof of is that it’s being used as an example to encourage some people in Spain.

As reported by outlet AS today, La Liga side Almeria are presenting a new logo and a new shirt. And in a poll made by the club on Twitter, 70% of their fans have said ‘no’ to the changes.

AS recalls all the process that were focuses on the Championship side. With much of the world’s sport media reacting with a mixture of hilarity and sympathy, Leeds fans managed to get the change reversed.

The Spanish newspaper believe the victory from supporters of the Yorkshire club provides a ‘ray of hope’ to the Almeria fanbase who don’t want a new visual identity at their club.