U.K. anti-trust authority probes JD and Leicester City over shirt sales

The U.K. Competition & Markets Authority (CMA) has opened an investigation into suspected violations of competition law by the Leicester City Football Club and JD Sports Fashion over the sale of club-branded products in the U.K. The replica shirts of the club, which won England’s FA Cup in May, are ...

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