Sport Juan Mata (right) and David Moyes wearing Nike branded kit

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The sportswear brand wanted the Barcelona forward to move to one of their main European clubs

The hybrid boots

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Two major boot manufacturers have indicated that they are willing to consider introducing new regulations on “hybrid” studs after the Professional Footballers Association raised concerns over their safety in The Independent.

Simple, flat shoes cause less damage than cushioned trainers

Old-fashioned plimsolls with flat soles are better for kids' feet

Modern trainers with thick heels makes it more difficult for young people to learn to run using the front foot

Mario Götze caused embarrassment by arriving in a Nike t-shirt

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Apple has been named the most valuable brand in the world

Apple named top global brand despite tax avoidance

Apple has been named the most "valuable" brand in the world

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Manchester City begin to rebuild and rebrand for future

Deposed champions arrive in US to unveil kit deal, talk players and announce a sister club

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