Do you have the rights to use and change the logo?
Anyway: This looks like a better fit for Illustrator (for which a Forum exists) but you should not expect anyone on these Fora to do your work for you (for free).
These Fora are, in my opinion, primarily dedicated to providing help and advice, not to serving as a job-marketplace. (edited)
You are not only asking someone to do work for you for no pay, you are wanting to steal the logo from the Gold Coast Titans to use for your own team.
None of this is OK.
You need to hire (and pay) someone to make an original logo for your team.
Quite annoyed about this post but I think in teaching you the rights and wrongs of the design industry it'll better help you in the long run,
First of all, always use the best application for the job - In this instances, logo design is generally done using illustrator.
If you get stuck while designing the logo, do feel free to post in the illustrator forums here: Illustrator but don't ask someone to do it for free, you'll get the same response you did here.
If you for some reason you don't want to learn or don't have time to create the logo yourself you can pay for someone to create an original logo for you.
Website's such as Fiverr offer a cheap service; https://www.fiverr.com/categories/graphics-design/creative-logo-design?source=gallery-list ing
Though you tend to get what you pay for with website such as this, though it would be better than nothing.
All in all, I think you need to ask yourself if you'd do something for free for someone who not only has never contributed to this forums but has also only joined (Presumably) to ask professionals to rip someone else's great design off.
Oh dear, John, design people don't like plagiarism as you have probably gathered from the responses you have received. The logo you want modified probably cost someone several thousand dollars, how would you like it if your cricket club had spent it's money just for someone to come along and clone it with different words? Having said that there are software packages around specifically designed to take pre-existing logo templates and to customise them to the users requirements. Take a look at the Logo Creator from LaughingBird Software.
oh sure, the logos the creator produces are mediocre at best, but if you don't have Illustrator or the talent or money to create a logo then beggars can't be choosers. Even if someone was prepared to convert the logo he shows it wouldn't look good-you cannot replace a six letter word with a ten letter one and expect to maintain the balance of the design.
He sounds like he has promised something he has no idea how to deliver.
Nor does he seem to know anything about copyright.
Unfortuately there are Photoshop forums whose participants fail to see any value whatsoever in expending their time and talents to work for free. IMHO, people who give away their work cheapen the artform, and this hurts all of us.
yes, this can all be done. Its not in good taste to take the work of another person and pass it as your own.
it's also not legal if a logo is subject to copyright. McDonalds and Toys 'R' Us have taken plenty of people through the court system and win every time even if wording gets changed