Ronaldinho and Henry Marks Step Over Bad Faith Finding

Bad faith has been a hot topic in UK and EU trademark matters in recent years – not least in the sports world where recent prominent cases have concerned the football superstars, and one-time teammates, Lionel Messi and Neymar. Whilst in those cases bad faith was found to be a valid ground for refusal of the trademarks in question, which the players did not consent to, a recent decision of the Appointed Person in the United Kingdom has provided an important clarification on how bad-faith objections must be raised in the UK.
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Ronaldinho baffled as Paris Saint-Germain fans boo Lionel Messi

Ronaldinho has questioned why Paris Saint-Germain fans chose to boo Lionel Messi after the club were knocked out of the Champions League by Real Madrid. Karim Benzema scored a late hat-trick in the second leg while Messi failed to shine and didn't look his usual self. Both Messi and Neymar were subject to loud boos and jeers at PSG's next home game, leading to several current and former players questioning the behaviour of fans.

Ronaldinho at 42: Assessing his greatness at Barcelona and those who say he was better than Lionel Messi

Ronaldinho won a World Cup in 2002 at the age of 22. Eleven years later he helped Atletico Mineiro win the Copa Libertadores in front of 56,557 fans in his native Brazil. Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo have since redefined what longevity means for football's greatest players. The feeling now is that Ronaldinho's time at the very top was relatively brief.

WATCH: Messi, Ronaldinho, Pogba, Bronze… This is how THEY do it!

Pepsi’s new ‘Play to Inspire’ campaign launches to inspire the next generation of football talent and cultural pioneers. Lionel Messi and Ronaldinho have reunited in a brand new ad for Pepsi’s ‘Play to Inspire’ campaign. The former Barcelona teammates last week posted videos of...

Twitter explodes with debate after Samuel Eto'o's claims about Okocha and Ronaldinho

Since the Cameroon legend's comments about the Nigeria great, social media has been fiercely debating the Fecafoot president’s claims. In a recent interview, Samuel Eto’o revealed ex-Super Eagles player Augustine ‘Jay-Jay’ Okocha did not receive the recognition he deserved as a football player. The former Cameroonian...

'Ronaldinho did what Nigeria legend Okocha had done 10, 15 years before' - Eto'o

The Fecafoot president is not amused that the former Super Eagles midfielder did not get the recognition he deserved. Cameroon legend Samuel Eto'o believes his counterpart from Nigeria, Augustine 'Jay-Jay' Okocha, did not get the recognition he deserved for his exploits in football. The former Super Eagles midfielder was one...