A rivalry of shoes

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willy toussaint années 1930 One of my friends pointed me in the direction of this article at BBC about Adidas & Puma.

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http://chooseteam.live/2019/05 stanyl tw341 massetemperatur I find it very amusing that such a feud created two of the largest and most famous sports companies in the world…and that it was in a little German town, the name of which I can’t even pronounce.

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