Chairboys land new kit deal

Wycombe have announced a new four-year partnership with manufacturer Kukri Sports.

Last Updated: 10/05/12 at 13:48

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Kukri, who already supply kit to the likes of Somerset and Lancashire County Cricket Clubs and Ulster Rugby, will provide all playing and training strips until the end of the 2015/16 campaign.

Next season is a special celebration for Wanderers as they celebrate their 125th anniversary and the historic landmark will be reflected in Kukri's range, with the club's new home kit unveiled on May 19.

Wycombe commercial manager Karen Murphy said: "We were contacted by a number of kit suppliers, but we selected Kukri because they are a young, enthusiastic brand who offer great products and will move our merchandise forward, starting with a very important year for the club."

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