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Etihad Sponsorship Deal

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Manchester City FC hopes to strike a record sponsorship deal with Etihad, the national airline of the United Arab Emirates.

Although talks are described as 'very early' and several other companies are also in contention, Etihad's links to the Abu Dhabi United Group (ADUG) have established the airline as favourites to replace Thomas Cook as shirt sponsors.

The proposed new agreement could be the biggest of its kind in English football, beating Manchester United's £56.5m four-year deal with AIG.

Visit www.etihadairways.com by clicking here.



Writer:Tudor
Date:Friday December 12 2008
Time: 5:21PM

Comments

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That would be one in the eye for 'Old Rednose'
alphieblues
12/12/2008 19:16:00
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LOL alphieblues
Tudor
12/12/2008 19:32:00
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I really dont think this would be benificial to the club. ok 50 odd million pounds are given to us? but its from the same source as the owners? We might want to look for something completly different to anything. It just dont fill me with excitment to know that our official sponsors and the income is coming from the owners? ....
amcollinz
12/12/2008 21:07:00
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Why the heck do you a large sponsorship deal if your owner already has so much money? Preparing for when he bails on you??
ForeverUnited
12/12/2008 23:15:00
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sounds a bit you scratch my bum i'll scratch yours to me
SkyBlueSuedeShoes
12/12/2008 23:37:00
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I'de let someone scratch by bum for 50 odd million......bring it on !!!
lincolnblue
13/12/2008 08:12:00
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Would you let gary glitter?
SkyBlueSuedeShoes
13/12/2008 08:27:00
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I wouldn't let Gary Glitter anywhere near me!
Tudor
15/12/2008 09:50:00
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