Ozone Group to Continue as CFC Sponsor

Published: 14th September 2015 05:57 AM  |   Last Updated: 14th September 2015 05:57 AM   |  A+A-

CHENNAI: Ozone Group will continue as Chennaiyin FC’s shirt sponsor for two more years, club officials revealed on Sunday.

The real estate developers had sponsored last year’s semifinalists in the inaugural Indian Super League season. “From day one, Chennaiyin FC has made an endeavour to create a strong brand that signifies continuity, which has been evident in our players & coaching staff retention policies and is now further strengthened by Ozone Group’s continued association with us,” Chennaiyin FC CEO Ashish Shah said.

Chennaiyin FC starts their Indian Super League campaign with a home game against Atletico de Kolkata at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium in Chennai on October 3. The team is currently holding their pre-season training camp in the Italian city of Perugia and will return home towards in the end of the month.

The Marco Materazzi-coached outfit have retained the likes of Brazilian Elano and Colombian John Stiven Mendoza while ading others like the Atletico de Kolkata duo Fikru and Apoula Edel and Italian Manuele Blasi to their squad.

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