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    Mix your Guapos with your Chapos and the whole post falls apart.
    Blaming text predict gets me a pardon....

    Post edited to reflect my mistake,response was to the posts above mine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ToberonaTornado View Post
    El Chapo is sponsoring all the Dundalk players this season to.
    Also Wants to sponsor the FAI Cup but JD says enough bandits involved in that one already.
    Read it on Twitter there where a lie is never told or a joke/hoax made so must be true!

    Anyone looking to buy tupperware or kleeneze from my legit Facebook site while we're at it?


    The club confirmed receipt of the money from them if that's what you're getting at.
    "He mightn't always be right but he's never wrong"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Longfordian View Post
    The club confirmed receipt of the money from them if that's what you're getting at.
    Ok but setting up a crowd funder to sponsor a comp that already has a sponsor sounds a bit fishy to sceptical ole me.Daft also.
    Are they still going ahead with it?

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    No idea re the crowdfunding. To be honest I'd paid them little attention prior to the past few days, but they didn't do a crowdfund for the player sponsorships as far as I'm aware so credit where it's due.
    "He mightn't always be right but he's never wrong"

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    Quote Originally Posted by ToberonaTornado View Post
    Ok but setting up a crowd funder to sponsor a comp that already has a sponsor sounds a bit fishy to sceptical ole me.Daft also.
    Are they still going ahead with it?
    One of the LOI journos picked up on it and replied to them pretty much saying it was pointless and that EA were good sponsors and gave the league a lot of publicity through the FIFA video game. The lads running that account seemed to then agree and look elsewhere, they said they had been onto pats about sponsoring the back of their jersey for €1,500 but got no reply. Their go fund me page had only reached 50 euro anyway so no chance theyl reach 1500 let alone 5k. Does seem very strange they are paying the likes of cobh and Longford hundreds of euro for very little in return though.

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    Thanks Outspoken,appreciate that mate.

    How much does it cost to sponsor a player? Could we sponsor one here from here? I'd throw 20 quid in the pot for starters.

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    €250 for LTFC don't know about others
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    300 for rovers player . They Sell Home and away shirts seperately

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    Bohs do a home and away deal €250. A lad on the Bohs forum set something up last season for supporters to sponsor players which was very successful. Running it again this season.

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    Harps video promoting new season / first game.

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    Good to see more and more clubs trying this sort of thing

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    Great video
    "Now jump up there and stuff that son of a bitch in the basket, chief"

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    Stomach dropped when I saw the goal against Limerick!! Excellent video though, fair play.

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    Rovers get 400k for continuing to stick a chilli on their jersey:

    http://www.irishtimes.com/business/media-and-marketing/shamrock-rovers-nets-400-000-sponsorship-deal-1.2962866#.WJWmIJx9RAI.twitter

    Shamrock Rovers nets €400,000 sponsorship deal

    Mortgage lender Pepper Money agrees two-year deal with League of Ireland soccer club

    Ireland’s newest mortgage lender Pepper Money has agreed a two-year sponsorship deal with Shamrock Rovers that could be worth up to €400,000 for the Tallaght-based soccer club.
    Australian-owned Pepper has been a sponsor of Rovers for the past four years but this deal will see its newly-launched consumer brand, Pepper Money, feature on the kits of Shamrock Rovers’s various teams in the League of Ireland.
    Pepper Money began offering residential mortgages in Ireland last year, becoming the first new home loans lender here since the economy crashed in late 2008.
    Under the terms of the sponsorship, Pepper Money’s branding will feature on signage at Tallaght Stadium as well as on team kits from the start of the season on February 24th. The deal coincides with Shamrock Rovers’s opening of its new academy facilities at the Roadstone Group’s sports complex in Clondalkin, which it hopes will provide a conveyor belt of young talent to its first team.
    Pepper Ireland chief executive Paul Doddrell said the sponsorship with Shamrock Rovers had helped the company grow awareness of its brand over the past five years.
    Great platform

    “Shamrock Rovers has provided a great platform for us to build our brand over recent years and this reach will become even more important as we aim to grow our lending business in Ireland, dealing directly with Irish consumers,” he said.
    Shamrock Rovers chief executive Brendan Murray said Pepper has been an “extremely supportive” sponsor of the club.
    “Our partnership with Pepper has played a significant part in allowing the club realise its ambitions on the pitch as well as developing facilities such as the academy,” he said.
    “We’re delighted to extend our relationship for at least two more years and it coincides with the next phase of the Pepper’s journey into lending in the Irish marketplace.”

    Pepper set up here in 2012 as an asset servicer and currently employs about 400 staff in Dublin and Shannon. It services more than 50,000 mortgage accounts, mostly for third parties, and has about €19 billion in assets under management.
    Founded in 2001, Pepper Group is listed on the Australian Stock Exchange and has assets under management of about €37 billion.


    If a chilli is worth 400k over 2 years for a club who couldn't get past the first round in Europe and finished 4th in the league imagine how much a banana is worth!

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    Quote Originally Posted by colonelwest View Post
    Rovers get 400k for continuing to stick a chilli on their jersey:

    http://www.irishtimes.com/business/media-and-marketing/shamrock-rovers-nets-400-000-sponsorship-deal-1.2962866#.WJWmIJx9RAI.twitter



    If a chilli is worth 400k over 2 years for a club who couldn't get past the first round in Europe and finished 4th in the league imagine how much a banana is worth!
    What about a nice piece of Pudding?

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    Not much in the way of specifics on the financial aspects of the deal, "up to €400,000" could mean anything really.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yossarian View Post
    Not much in the way of specifics on the financial aspects of the deal, "up to €400,000" could mean anything really.
    Apparently, Rovers are getting a % of the sub prime mortgage payments in arrears in Tallaght.

    Money in the bank.

    Ronan Finn just has to drive around in his club car to collect them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yossarian View Post
    Not much in the way of specifics on the financial aspects of the deal, "up to €400,000" could mean anything really.
    I suspect there is a basic sponsorship sum involved, with a number of additional trigger points e.g. an FAI Cup Final, League Title, European football etc which would top the sum up to a maximum of £400,000 if they win the World Club Championship or something.

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    http://www.the42.ie/bohs-give-fans-t...29335-Feb2017/

    Some good promo stuff here from Bohs and Mr Green.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Philosophizer View Post
    http://www.the42.ie/bohs-give-fans-t...29335-Feb2017/

    Some good promo stuff here from Bohs and Mr Green.
    Yeah a nice piece of marketing by both club and sponsor. Some nice jersey options too. I personally like option 1. We had something similar in the past.

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