Agency mocks Thierry Henry after 'Hand Gaul' incident

LONDON - Digital agency Love Manchester has taken a cheeky shot at France striker Thierry Henry following the player's controversial hand ball against Ireland

The Barcelona star handled the ball before assisting his team-mate to score what proved to be the winning goal in the FIFA 2010 World Cup finals play-off game in Paris on Wednesday night.

Now, Love Manchester has created t-shirts which rebrand the French sports brand Le Coq Sportif as Le Coq un-Sportif.

The logo has also been modified to show the cockerill handling the registered trademark logo which represents a football.

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BBH deputy ECD Caroline Pay exits

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