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17th Oct, 2021

Neate & Pugh on the ball to back Moors

SOLIHULL Moors are delighted to reveal Neate & Pugh as their away front of shirt sponsor for the 2021/22 campaign.

The Midlands-based law firm will be the face of Moors on their travels this year with their name proudly sported by Neal Ardley’s men away from home.

Already a fans’ favourite, the brand new light blue away kit became even more popular on its first outing, a 2-1 win at Aldershot Town marking its maiden appearance.

Off the pitch, the relationship looks set to be a winning formula and Moors say they are incredibly proud to welcome such a forward-thinking company on board.

Ann-Marie Pugh & Emma Neate set up the business seven years ago, with the aim of supporting businesses and individuals with tailored HR advice. The firm guarantee a friendly and professional service to all those who seek their support, ensuring they find amicable solutions for those with HR issues.

Moors chairman Darryl Eales said: “Neate and Pugh have been the club’s advisers on HR and employment law matters for the past three years and provide high quality, timely and personalised advice.

“I’m delighted that they have supported us more significantly through the away shirt sponsorship and hope it is the beginning of a long-term partnership.

“More generally, I cannot overestimate the importance of sponsors in supporting the club and enabling us to invest further in our first team squad, launch the Elite Academy and develop our infrastructure more generally.”

Neate & Pugh said:“We’re thrilled to be supporting Solihull Moors, and proud to be part of a club that puts such energy and positivity into their football, both inside the club and out in the community, and we really look forward to watching them progress through the season.”

 

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