Vandrezzer FC announces three partnership deals for new season

Vandrezzer FC announces three partnership deals for new season

Nigeria’s most-followed football club, Vandrezzer FC has announced partnership deals with Vandrezzer Energy Services Limited, Hexxen, and Stream Media Entertainment as her official partners for the 2020/2021 league season.

Vandrezzer Energy is Nigeria’s leading energy company and has officially become the club’s Global Principal Partner.

The company is a global industry player that provides construction and engineering services, procurement and installation services to the onshore and offshore oil and gas companies in Nigeria.

As principal sponsors, Vandrezzer Energy will be responsible for funding the club operations, while the club is also discussing sponsorship deals with other companies.

Hexxen has become the club’s official kit partner for the next one year. The deal is expected to cover the 2020/2021 season.

Hexxen produced Vandrezzer FC’s kit for the 2019/2020 season and will also be responsible for sponsoring the kits this year.

The Club also announced that high-tech entertainment outfit, Stream Media Entertainment (SME) will be responsible for the club’s audio and visual properties and also take care of sound entertainment in VFC’s home ground.

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The three partnership companies are indigenous companies based in Nigeria. The financial details of the partnership are yet to be made public.

In a recent interview session with the Chief Operating Officer of Vandrezzer Football Club, Mr. Kingsley Ogbonna, he revealed the club’s readiness for the resumption of the 2020/21 League Season.

Ogbonna notified the fans, supporters, and the general public that in compliance with the Circular received from the Management of the Nigerian National League on the condition for the resumption of footballing activities, Vandrezzer Football Club had put in place a COVID -19 guideline which would serve as the club’s internal guide for the resumption of Footballing Activities in alignment with the expectations of the Ministry of Youth and Sports and Nigeria Football Federation (NFF).

He noted that the directive for the implementation of COVID -19 protocol was in tandem with the current happenings around the world, more particularly as footballing activities and new league season have since resumed in most countries and Nigeria should not be left out.

He however pointed out that notwithstanding the desire to commence the 2020/2021 league, a huge responsibility rests on the shoulders of the Management of the League as well as the Management of Football Clubs to ensure the safety of the players and the coaching crew as they return to camp and engage in matches.

The COO cautioned that if the league was allowed to commence without supervision, there may be a surge in the number of Covid-19 cases that may warrant the possible suspension of the league due to the spread of the Virus.

He urged that anyone who suspects that he may have come in contact with the Virus should immediately isolate and seek proper medical assistance and not resort to self-medication. He condemned the attachment of stigma to people who had contracted the virus.

Vandrezzer FC on Sunday announced that first-team head coach, Rafael Everton Lira has signed a new contract extension for another year.

The Brazilian joined Vandrezzer FC in 2019 will remain at the club until late 2021.

The Brazilian coach who was earlier linked to several other Nigerian Premier Football League Clubs in an interview with the club official website stressed his determination to remain with the Club and be part of her success.

Rafael Everton has extended his stay with Vandrezzer FC till 2021
Rafael Everton has extended his stay with Vandrezzer FC till 2021

He expressed his commitment and willingness to support the club to build something exceptional as they pursue the club promotion to the Nigerian Premier Football League.

′′Today I renew my cycle at a club that has provided me with an extraordinary opportunity in my career,” Everton said. “After a year of work today, I renew my contract with this great club, I still have the same focus as I entered in 2019 and even more willing to win titles.

“In these 12 months of professional technical command, I have committed day after day to the process of building a team, introduction and affirmation of a game model and to manage a group of true warriors, loyal and character men. With a work that has always been focused on football concepts and life values, together we are achieving the results and goals set: the rank of premier league and to highlight a club which portrays much more than the game, but also a lifestyle. Surely titles will come because the club is a champion club.

“I thank the President for trusting my work, the Board for providing me with all the resources so that we can execute a beautiful work. In such a difficult time of the COVID-19 pandemic, trusting and giving me a new contract is such an honour. I also thank the group of players for their hardwork and full commitment to the ideas proposed. To all other club officials, thank you for the dedication to the course that has seen Vandrezzer FC reach modest heights even in just one year of existence.
“And to the fans, who are the heart and soul of the club, thank you, for everything you do and are doing, you guys make all the difference.

“I start this cycle with the certainty that I will do my best always, and I’m sure we will have many joys together! Thank you everyone!”


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