Umbro have been AmaTuks technical sponsor for four years, and yesterday announced the extension of their relationship with the club for another two years.
“We are humbled as well as gratified as Umbro formally become our technical sponsor as from the beginning of the 2013/14. This relationship, already four years old, is entering a new era where the stakes are much higher than ever before,” AmaTuks CEO Rendani Mulaudzi says.
“We also would like to thank our newest partner, 32Gi who are becoming AmaTuks’ supplements sponsor for the next couple of seasons.”
Tuks have roped in eight new players ahead of the new season, and they were officially unveiled: Fikru Teferra Lemessa from Free State Stars, Grant Kekana from SuperSport United, Siphelele Luthuli promoted from the Tuks Football Academy, Lucky Mathosi from Rustenburg Sea Robbers in the Vodacom League, Obadiah Tarumbwa from Safopora in the Kenyan Premier League, Mandlenkosi Tsengwa from Thanda Royal Zulu, and Buhle Mkhwanazi and Siyabonga Ngubane from Mamelodi Sundowns.