Manchester United sue Football Manager makers over image rights

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Julien Laurens says Man United have high cash reserves for the summer, after the club announced being £429M in debt. Manchester United are suing the makers of the popular Football Manager series for allegedly infringing their trademark by using the club's name "extensively throughout the game." United also claim that Sega and SI have infringed their trademark over its logo by not using the official club crest in the game, but replaced it "with a simplified red and white striped logo." - Stream new episodes of ESPN FC Monday-Friday on ESPN+ -Stream every episode of 30 for 30: Soccer Stories on ESPN+ - ESPN's...

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