Chelsea are set to continue wearing shirts sponsored by mobile-phone operator Three for the rest of the season.
It’s been about a month since Chelsea’s sponsors Three terminated their contract and asked that their logo be removed from their jerseys.
But, after four games played since their announcement, nothing has transpired on that front, and rumours currently imply that nothing will happen before the end of the season, either.
It’s been about a month since Chelsea’s sponsors Three terminated their contract and asked that their emblem be removed from their jerseys.
With the government unwilling to capitulate and allow Nike to supply extra jerseys, Chelsea will play Brentford at Stamford Bridge on Saturday in their customary home uniform.
It is thought that a plan to use white spray paint to cover up the logos was rejected because it was too untidy. Covering the logo with tape was also ruled out since a thin layer would be visible, whilst a thick covering would make the shirts excessively heavy and perhaps unpleasant for the players.
Chelsea’s sponsors on her sleeve Two days later, Hyundai followed Three by ceasing marketing activity on behalf of the team, but did not request that their logo be removed.
Three people have been notified of Chelsea’s decision and are resigned to carrying on.
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