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Recent quality problem in the News
Shirts tear like toilet paper…
Sportnieuws.nl clarifies this quality problem: “Following the match between Switzerland and France at the European football championship Puma will investigate the quality of the football shirts. With several players from Switzerland the shirt was destroyed on Sunday evening as it was pulled. They seemed to be made of toilet paper.
Puma has no idea why the shirts so easily teared. ,,Our product experts will examine the material. Once we know the cause, we release the outcome”, said a spokeswoman of the sportswear manufacturer on Monday. She stressed that in ten other European Championship matches, where the five countries using shirts from Puma participated, the problem has not occurred. ”
More than 130 million football fans witnessed it …