Spot the differences:
Shin Tae-Yong (L) and Joachim Löw (R)
As the German online-news BILD.de most recently reported, a German tourist spotted a menswear shop called “JOACH LÖW” in Guangzhou, China, basically offering what the two gentlemen in the picture above are used to wear. This is apparently happening without Joachim Löw’s authorisation.
|Mario Balotelli's signature pose, |
a well-known mark since EURO 2012
Could Joachim Löw claim infringement of the rights to his name and/or exploitation of his reputation in China? Or does he need to win a World Cup first?
More about Spain’s style of playing football, a.k.a. “Tiki-taka” here
More about copyright in sports performances here
Another case of style copying here