Liam Gallagher’s fashion label, Pretty Green, has been accused of copying Croatian side Hajduk Split’s club crest on a pair of t-shirts and a waxed cotton jacket in the brand's latest collection.

The only difference between the Croatian side’s crest and the badge that has been used by Gallagher’s brand is that instead of reading “Hajduk Split”, Pretty Green’s print reads “Pretty Green, Rolling With It” around the recognisable red and white checks. And it appears that Hajduk Split are none too happy about the fashion label using their logo after a club statement was released that read: “Hajduk did not give permission for the use of our brand to Gallagher’s fashion line. Our lawyers will examine the case.

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Gallagher founded Pretty Green in 2009, and its clothing selection ranges from parkas to Harrington jackets, polos, desert boots, and bucket hats in a selection that is described by the brand as being “simple, classic clothing with a modern twist.” Do they have a case? Probably. Would we want to be the ones to sit Liam down and tell him? Absolutely not.

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Liam will be alright with it won't he? He seems like a reasonable bloke who'll be able to find a sensible solution...