SALSBURGH UNITED AFC have had to wait on actively wearing new strips and training kit which have been sponsored by generous backers for games/ training within the Airdrie and Coatbridge Sunday Amateur Football League set-up.
The sponsors quartet have remained loyal to United throughout Covid-19, and naturally their club officials and playing squad are delighted with the backing received from MC Solutions Ltd Airdrie (Home Strips), Hatties Autobody Repairs Coatbridge (Away Strips), Cakes By Rachel in Blantyre (Cup Strips), and last but not least Salsburgh- based Emres Security And Care Solutions, who have agreed to sponsor all Training Kit.
Due to SFA and Scottish Government restrictions, Salsburgh have been limited with work designed to focus on formations and test out players’ overall fitness.
Two games were arranged some time ago against Caldercruix (7-0) and Inter Airdrie (1-1).
Now like every Amateur Football club they await better news emerging on exactly when they can be competitive again and proudly display all of their sponsors’ strips and kit!
Salsburgh United AFC have revealed four top-class strip and training kit provided by generous company sponsors, and which will be worn by the Airdrie and Coatbridge Sunday Amateur Football League club.
The quartet have remained loyal to United throughout Covid-19. Naturally, club officials and their playing squad are delighted with the tremendous backing received from MC Solutions Ltd Airdrie (Red and White Home Strips), Hatties Autobody Repairs Coatbridge (White Roma Away Strips), Cakes By Rachel in Blantyre (Black and Gold Cup Strips), and last but not least Salsburgh- based Emres Security and Care Solutions, who have agreed to sponsor the White and Red Training Kits.
Club Representative Paul Alexander,. who kindly supplied information and attachments for AmmyFitbaNews told me: “Tom, we can’t thank them enough for their continued support through these hugely difficult times, and also you guys for the terrific coverage of Scottish Amateur Football.
“The last article about our team was brilliant. All we need now is to get back into training and playing again, and get the kits and strips dirty!”
Due to SFA and Scottish Government restrictions, Salsburgh United have been limited in working on team formations and testing out pre-season squad fitness.
Two games were arranged against Caldercruix ( 7-0 ) and Inter Airdrie ( 1-1 ). Now like every other Amateur Football Club in five high risk local Health Board areas they face an anxious wait to see if they can start playing competitive games. Again, the situation should become clearer via the Scottish Parliament on Tuesday.
SALSBURGH UNITED AFC have publicly thanked a quartet of business people who have continued to support the Airdrie and Coatbridge Amateur Footballl League club during the current pandemic.
Four sponsors have stuck with United through these tough times – Hatties Autobody Repairs, MC Solutions Ltd, Emres Security Ltd and Cakes by Rachel.
Salsburgh United have been able to work on formations and test out pre-season fitness in games against Caldercruix (7-0) and Inter Airdrie (1-1).
Now officials and players eagerly await any further Government action on lifting the current 16-day ban which has binned most of the non-professional game in Scotland.