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The Money Rolls In!

The Money Rolls In!

As we`d discussed the other day, United`s proposed new kit deal has become reality.

The club have announced that a £40 million deal, spread over four years, has been signed with DHL.

United will now wear training kit carrying the logo of the multi-national company for Premier League matches, but not for Champions League matches.

Speaking about the deal, our chief executive, David Gill, had this to say,

"We are delighted that DHL has chosen to pioneer training kit sponsorship with the club."

Also, as the club continues to reap the financial rewards from its unique brand name, the club have also announced a sponsorship deal with a Vietnamese mobile phone company called Beeline.

This deal will see Beeline distribute United content to supporters in Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos.

With United rumoured to have 16 million fans in Vietnam alone, it goes to show just how much of a global brand our name, and that of the Premier League, has become.



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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Tuesday August 23 2011
Time: 4:36PM

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40 mil for a training kit sponsorship, madness.
TheFamousNo7
23/08/2011 20:54:00
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40 mil for a training kit sponsorship, madness.
TheFamousNo7
23/08/2011 20:54:00
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Did you notice all the bench staff had the logo emblazoned on their tops?
niteworlok
24/08/2011 11:11:00
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Did you notice all the bench staff had the logo emblazoned on their tops?
niteworlok
24/08/2011 11:11:00
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Nice one guys. The ludicrousness of this deal makes it even more difficult for UEFA to find any fault with the Etihad deal (remember, the one yourselves, amongst others were so outraged by?) Cheers for that.
fifthcolumnblue
24/08/2011 11:27:00
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Nice one guys. The ludicrousness of this deal makes it even more difficult for UEFA to find any fault with the Etihad deal (remember, the one yourselves, amongst others were so outraged by?) Cheers for that.
fifthcolumnblue
24/08/2011 11:27:00
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Outraged? If I remember correctly weren't you wondering why Fergie and Gill had nothing to say about it? Then when Gill did say something all he said was that he wasn't bothered, hardly seems like they were 'outraged' to me but moreso disinterested, not remotely bothered and couldn't care less.
TheFamousNo7
24/08/2011 11:58:00
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Outraged? If I remember correctly weren't you wondering why Fergie and Gill had nothing to say about it? Then when Gill did say something all he said was that he wasn't bothered, hardly seems like they were 'outraged' to me but moreso disinterested, not remotely bothered and couldn't care less.
TheFamousNo7
24/08/2011 11:58:00
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I never noticed it niteworlok. I might have to keep my eyes peeled when we play Arsenal :P
TheFamousNo7
24/08/2011 11:59:00
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I never noticed it niteworlok. I might have to keep my eyes peeled when we play Arsenal :P
TheFamousNo7
24/08/2011 11:59:00
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