*Insert joke about $120 plain white t-shirts*
Poundland plummets, Mulberry bounces back and Adidas claims victory over Nike as FTSE hits a four-month low and fears gather over London housing market
Athleisure, the trend that made tracksuits acceptable daywear, lends itself to summer dressing
The west London club's exisiting deal with Adidas is to be terminated six years early, at a reported cost of £40million
A T-shirt that reads 'Duty to Entertain' has been put on sale at Old Trafford
Unfortunately not everyone was positive about the ad campaign in the comments
Strong sales growth was recorded in western Europe, China and Latin America after the company pumped extra funds into marketing in the final quarter
Kanye sneakers are now outpacing Jordan models
If confirmed, the news would be a huge blow to IAAF president Lord Coe
Sportswear giant was understood to regard revelations about doping and officials’ attitudes towards the problems as a breach of the sponsorship agreement
Ozil performed a number of keepy-uppys with his chewing gum before volleying it onto the camera lens - but is it real?
An outrageous deal has been mooted from Spain
'Sports have the power to change lives'
Rooney is currently paid £1m-a-year to wear Nike boots
Sneakerheads rejoice - Adidas Originals’ much-loved Stan Smith trainers have been reissued, says Rebecca Gonsalves
When managing Middlesbrough in 1975, Jack Charlton proclaimed one of the club’s youngsters “the worst player he’d ever seen”. That player was a 15-year-old Australian called Craig Johnston.