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

Agency mocks Thierry Henry after 'Hand Gaul' incident

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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