Craptastic Football Mascot Of The Day: Pachus The Gopher (CF Pachuca, Mexico)

Chris Wright

22nd, July 2015

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By Chris Wright

Today’s dip into the murky waters of ropey football mascots takes us to Mexico where we’ll becoming face to rubbish, moth-eaten face with Pachus, long-time mascot of Liga MX side CF Pachuca.

Pachus is supposed to be a gopher (Pachuca are nicknamed ‘Los Tuzos’ – The Gophers), though he looks more like a mangy old bulldog with a lifelong addiction to sleeping pills and the number of Stuart McCall’s barber…


As you can plainly see, Pachus doesn’t come close to resembling a real gopher – as seen here (with winter coat) for comparison’s sake…


What’s more, our Pachus also has a history of being incredibly inappropriate with members of the Pachuca workforce…


Despicable behaviour, and in front of the family stand too.

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