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Player Sponsorship 20/21

We are once more running our player sponsorship packages for the 20/21 season which gives an individual or company the chance to sponsor their favourite Gladiators member of staff or players. Sponsorship costs £100 for a full season and is a great way to raise money for the football club while promoting your own brand. If you are interested in sponsoring one of the men below then please get in touch with Commercial Manager Tom Wright (tom.116@hotmail.co.uk)

Paul Phillips - Sponsored by Keith Gregory Accountants
Dave Wild - Sponsored by Mitch & Mike Beaumont
Dave Noble - Sponsored by Sam Furniss
Steve Shuttleworth - Sponsored by Alpha Vehicle Movement
Liam Hudson - Sponsorship Available
Simon Davies - Sponsored by The Shell Garage Annesley
Jack Gleave - Sponsorship Available
Matthew Rhodes - Sponsored by Dave Wild
James Griffiths - Sponsored by Brian Entwhistle

Jon Stewart - Sponsored by Robin Blunt
Kyle Trenerry - Sponsorship Available
Shaun Rowley - Sponsorship Available
Declan Walker - Sponsored by Jeff Milham
Ryan Qualter - Sponsored by Anonymous
Reece Kendall - Sponsored by Michael Barratt
Adam Yates - Sponsored by Ray Iles
Sam Egerton - Sponsored by Ken & Ruth Gosden
Kelvin Lugsden - Sponsorship Available
Mark Lees - Sponsored by Jesse and Laura Burnett
Craig King - Sponsored by Michael Long
Callum Dolan - Sponsored by Dave Reynolds
Spencer Harris - Sponsored by Bricks & Mortar Estate Agents of Wirksworth
Joe Coveney - Sponsored by Weldfast UK LTD
Osebi Abadaki - Sponsorship Available
Callum Chippendale - Sponsored by X Digital Media LTD
Alex Byrne - Sponsored by X Digital Media LTD
Louis Potts - Sponsored by Reem Products LTD
Liam Hughes - Sponsored by Dave Fendley
Nathan Valentine - Sponsored by Cantrill and Griffiths families
Lewis Turner - Sponsored by Chris Dodds & Frank Lane
Ben Edgson - Sponsored by Hilary Leam *ON LOAN AT NEW MILLS*
Kayde Coppin - Sponsored by Hilary Leam
Andre Johnson - Sponsored by Steven Kinder Haulage
Chib Chilaka - Sponsored by Steven Greenhough