Brazilian legend Romario is considering legal action against football shirt manufacturer Reebok and his former club Vasco da Gama, who without the approval of Romario produced football shirts that celebrates the 1000 goals, which Romario claims to have scored in the course of his career. 

According to Romario's lawyer, the former Barcelona star has the rights to produce such a football shirt, and these shirts are not covered by the contract agreements made.

Romario, 42 years, ended his career earlier this year.


Comments (7)

  1. Jay

However illegal it is, it\'s really nice.

  1. fsc

How greedy and fucked up could that bloke be? Suing his former team because they wanted to show honour and respect to him? What a true scumbag.<br /><br />VIVE L\'IRLANDE!!!!

  1. fsc

I agree with John about Romario considering to take legal action against his former team; Vasco are honoring him (and also making some money from it). But I can also see why he would be a little bit annoyed that they\'ve produced this shirt - which includes his signature - without his permission.

  1. fsc

\"getting shirty\"...? really...??? again....????

  1. fsc


  1. Calum McKenna

Not bad - you missed the bottom part tho - it&#039;s no man bra without that :P

  1. steve

Yeah i know about the bottom line, i dont like that it looks shite, so i took it off. This is my version

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