English kits manufacturing giants, Umbro, have described Accra Hearts of Oak as the best club in Ghana.
According to the kits manufacturers, they are well aware there is no other football club bigger than Accra Hearts of Oak in the country.
The kit manufacturers in a tweet said “there is no one bigger” than Accra Hearts of Oak in the Ghana premier league.
After Accra Hearts of Oak earlier announced a kit sponsorship with Umbro, the firm confirmed the news on Twitter.
The Kit manufacturers, confirming the sponsorship deal, said they were delighted to partner the Accra-based club.
“Tree-mendous: we’re delighted to announce a new partnership with Accra Hearts of Oak, one of Ghana’s leading team” Umbro’s official account tweeted.
The tweet however did not go down well with one fan of the club who replied the tweet and said Accra Hearts of Oak is the leading and biggest club in Ghana.
Umbro also replied and tweeted “We are just being polite… we know there is no bigger”
— Umbro (@umbro) November 12, 2018
Accra Hearts of Oak, Umbro sign kit sponsorship deal
The deal was made public on Monday via a statement on the team’s Twitter handle, and was confirmed by Umbro as well on social media.
According to the details, the deal is for three years, and Hearts will be beneficiaries of kits, training gear, off-field apparel, footwear, and luggage for the playing body.
For the technical team, they will get branded gear, while the fans will have access to Hearts of Oak gear to purchase.
For Umbro, they get to the Hearts’ exclusive global technical partner.
Hearts of Oak CEO, Mark Noonan, was delighted at the news and underlined the value of the deal with Umbro
“We are thrilled to welcome Umbro to our family. A brand with such history and authenticity, premium product quality, cutting edge designs and love for the beautiful game makes them a perfect fit for our highest ambitions. I urge Phobians everywhere to embrace and give them their full support to the partnership.”
— Phobians (@HeartsOfOakGH) November 12, 2018
By: Jude Mensa Duncan | CitiNewsroom.com | Ghana | [email protected]