Trader stopped by Premier League from selling shirts

Trader stopped by PL from selling shirts
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The Premier League open a legal case against trader Noel Ferris for selling shirts with the names of the top-flight clubs printed on them.

A trader has been halted by the Premier League for selling shirts with printed names of the top-flight clubs.

Noel Ferris has been charging £12 for T-shirts, which the football organisation states is breaching their trademarks.

"It seems completely ridiculous," Noel told the Daily Star. "They have a bullying and thuggish mentality.

"I am not using any graphics and we aren't trying to deceive anyone into believing they are buying an official product."

The Premier League has opened a legal case against the trader.

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