Boost for Bulawayo Chiefs


Castle Lager Premier Soccer League side Bulawayo Chiefs have landed a sponsorship deal with a betting company, Moors World of Sport (MWOS) for the current season with an option of extension.

Chiefs continue with their ambitious bid to become a local powerhouse, having been one of the most busiest teams in the transfer window.

And the deal with Moors World of Sport comes as boost to their aspirations, ahead of the league’s resumption this weekend.

“We  are  pleased to announce  that we have entered  into an agreement  with  Moors  World  of  Sport (MWOS) to receive various forms of assistance during the course of the year, with option to extend for the coming years.

“The first of that agreement is to get assistance for us to be able to kit the team for the season through our Amakhosi Wear brand. Through this arrangement we are guaranteed to be able to churn out new kits for each season.

“MWOS comes in to help us drive forward a vision of professionalism and success in football management and existence as a football club,” the Bulawayo-based outfit announced in a statement yesterday.

They are hoping the deal will be extended and also cater for their team in lower tier league.

“This arrangement will see us gradually fully equip and or dress our teams from the development side to the senior team as well as making sure that with time our fans across the globe would be able to access our Replicas.

“Through this understanding we are pleased to reveal our 2022 kits which our 2022 Home, Away and 3rdKit.”

For them, this partnership is expected to help the Bulawayo Chiefs brand grow, as they also aim to harvest massive revenue from replica sales.

“This relationship goes beyond financial funding, as we believe this partnership can play a great role in helping the growth and development of Bulawayo Chiefs Fc and the football in general, Mwos will come in to  ensure  gradually  growth  of  the  team  through  picking  out  other  areas  of need  in  our  day  to  day business including taking care of the kits and regalia.

MWOS managing director Richard Moor is also excited after partnering with Bulawayo

“We are really glad to be teaming up with the Bulawayo Chiefs. They are an energetic and ambitious club in the Premier League and they caught our eye for those very reasons. Together, we look forward to reaching the hearts and minds of sport-loving fans acrossthe country,” he said.

Undoubtedly, Chiefs will come back into action at the weekend with springs on their steps.

However it remains to be seen if the Ninjas will reciprocate the investment that has been injected into their operations this season.

Club secretary Dumisani Mantula said partnership has empowered their team, adding that they will leave no stone unturned in their bid to achieve all objectives.

“As unique as we always love to be, this relationship with Mwos will be staggered through the course of the year with a potential to reach hundreds of thousand dollars.

“We would love to keep this relationship exciting and continuously raising curiosity from everyone who follows Chiefs, it will need our Chiefs fans and Mwos Clients to keep a close ear to happenings in the team as not to miss out on the next package announcement

Mantula added: “This relationship goes beyond money, it is a partnership that comes in to help empower Bulawayo Chiefs and help the team reach its objectives and its vision to foster professionalism and success in football. We will share a lot with Mwos in terms of brand growth, visibility and marketing,” said Mantula.

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