World football's governing body Fifa may be taken to court by sportswear manufacturers Puma over the row surrounding Cameroon's one-piece kit.
The row was sparked during the African Cup of Nations
Fifa has announced that the kit, worn by the Indomitable Lions at the 2004 African Nations Cup in Tunisia, is banned and has docked Cameroon six points ahead of their qualifying matches for the 2006 World Cup.
Puma are seeking compensation for this decision for lost revenue, and have reportedly put their case to a court in Nuremberg.
"Someone has to go to Fifa," Puma representative Horst Widmann told the German sports agency SID.
"It can not carry on like this."
Fifa initially declared the kit as being illegal during the Nations Cup, but Puma said there was not enough time to change it during the tournament.
Mr Widmann disputed Fifa's interpretation, saying that: "there is nothing in the rules of the game that the shorts and the shirts can not be connected."
Cameroon have similarly vowed to fight Fifa's six-point deducation.