Most intimidating nicknames
You may not think that having a scary nickname can help your side win games, but many of the teams on this list are extremely successful sides. West Ham United originally started as the official side of the Thames Ironwork and Shipbuilding company, which gives clues as to both of the club's immortal nicknames; the Hammers and the Irons.
Here are the 11 most intimidating nicknames in English football...
Doncaster Rovers have really taken on their Viking image, with it becoming the club's badge in the early 1970s, after the Doncaster council denied the football side from using the previous design of the town's coat of arms.
Inside" because the court was his canvas and he was a thriving artist, Jerry West first earned his Zeke-related nickname due to small-town West Virginia roots.
Number of Names: Five Cream of the Crop: Zeke from Cabin Creek, The Logo, Mr.
Sharing the Red Devils title with League Two side Crawley Town, United's badge features a devil holding a pitch fork, unquestionably a terrifying image compared to others in English football.
But that begs the question: Which or favorite our gun-toting, butt-kicking, witty-one-liner-giving heroes has the MOST badass name?
Number of Names: Four Cream of the Crop: Super Vlad, Vlad the Impaler, Big Daddy Vladdy, Big Bad Vlad During his prime, former MVP Vladimir Guerrero could hit pitches purposely tossed into opposing dugouts.