Gloucester City Football Club is delighted to announce the extension of our shirt sponsorship deal with Prospect Training Services for a fourth consecutive season.\r\n\r\nThe enhanced deal will effect the whole club, as for the first time in the Tigers history every age group, from under 8’s to the first team, will play in exactly the same kit with the same sponsor.\r\n\r\nThe club believes that Prospect Training Services are the perfect partner as we look to continually develop and enhance our links to the young people of Gloucester, which are crucial to the future.\r\n\r\nThe Tigers hope that the players at all levels will feel the link right through to the first team and will inspire them to excel in Gloucester City colours.\r\n\r\nCurrent first team members Adam Mann, Tom Webb, Matt Liddiard and Sam Avery have all trodden this path from our youth development into the first team squad, with fellow former youth teamer Joe Parker now at Sky Bet League Two side Newport County.\r\n\r\nCity’s interim chairman Mike Dunstan is delighted that the relationship with Prospect Training Services is to continue for another season.\r\n\r\n“I am thrilled that the club will be continuing what has been a really positive and beneficial partnership with Prospect Training Services, and would like to thank Louise and all at Prospect,” Dunstan said.\r\n\r\n“We have had a really good relationship over the last few years, and as well as supporting the club commercially Prospect are a perfect partner for us as we develop our youth and community activities still further.”\r\n\r\n“We look forward to continuing that work over the next year.”\r\n\r\nLouise Pinnell, Managing Director of Prospect Training Services, believes the future is exciting for the football club.\r\n\r\nLouise said: “Prospect Training Services is delighted to continue its sponsorship of Gloucester City and proud of the clubs achievements this past season.”\r\n\r\n“These are very exciting times for the club with the new stadium imminent and Tim Harris as manager, how can we not be positive about being part of the clubs future?”\r\n\r\nDunstan reiterated the point that by branding the Tigers under one shirt, the club hopes to breed a new crop of successful young players.\r\n\r\n“The club is elated that this deal will pull all sections of the club together to wear the same kit, and to have pride in representing the whole club.\r\n\r\n“Hopefully this will help to inspire the next generation to push to emulate the likes of Tom Webb, Adam Mann and a whole line of players who have enjoyed successful senior careers based on a great foundation from our youth set-up.”\r\n\r\n 

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