Shirt sponsor change for Swans tie

Last updated : 23 April 2009 By Bladesmadeditor

Brian Howard
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Thanks to '' and their various partners, they have agreed to scrap their usual logo which stretch's over the red and white stripes. The decision to allow 'Whirlow Hall Farm' to see their name branded on the shirt, has been made to support children and young people with disabilities around the region.

The initiative will see youngsters aged 11-years-old or younger have the chance to fly over to the Mediterranean island of Malta and will participate in events, competitions and a number of activities - Maltese children will also get the opportunity to pay a visit to England.

Commercial Manager, Andy Daykin said: "This is a remarkable gesture from our sponsors and we are delighted to be associated with the project which has also seen our players visiting the farm and meeting the children."

Meanwhile the usual 'Valad' printing on the back of the shirt will also be removed for Saturday's game only. will see their organisation on the back of the United's players' shirts.