Whether they're really the ''Islanders'' in the minds of Phuket fans at this stage or the fighting ''Hulks'' or even the timid fly-away ''southern sea kirin'' hardly matters.
When it comes to winners, birds of a feather flock together. And last night's fighting victory - well, there was almost a real fight over seven extra minutes of injury time - was one for the birds, now rebranded the Islanders.
The faithful crowd that turned out at Phuket's home ground, Surakul Stadium in Phuket City, would have liked what they saw from Phuket FC.
Just 15 minutes in, Nene Bi headed home - has that word been rebranded too? No? - a gooooaaal.
Although the equaliser came before half-time, the Hulks, southern sea kirins, Islanders had plenty to be content about when Watcharakorn Klaitin shot truly to put the Phuket team ahead 2-1 at the break.
Bangkok, tenth on the Division One ladder compared to Phuket skulking close to the bottom, threw most everything at Phuket in the second half.
And they won. Even a late free kick couldn't take away the match and the mood.
True to the relationship between the real Bangkok and the real Phuket, the finale was filled with conflicts of one kind or another.
Phuket finished with 10 men, and the fans - the Islander fans for the first time - showed their displeasure over seven minutes of extra time that threatened to give Bangkok the opportunity to score an equaliser.
Coach Milos Joksic could be well pleased. It was the Phuket team's first win at home since October. The sponsors will be happy, the fans will be happy.
Bangkok finally gave Phuket something back.
Islander folk should be well pleased, and looking forward to Phuket FCs next match against bottom-placed Chantaburi at Surakul Stadium next Sunday.