Mobile phone company NetOne on Friday evening recommitted to be the main sponsors of CAPS United and Highlanders, two of the four teams they are bankrolling this season.
Earlier, Black Rhinos received their kit as part of a $120,000 sponsorship, which could rise to $170,000 with $50,000 performance-based bonuses. Chapungu is the other club being sponsored by NetOne. Highlanders and CAPS United will receive $700,000 each this campaign. NetOne Marketing and Public Relations Executive Eldrette Shereni said there will be individual incentives for the players to increase competition. Said Shereni:
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We will be rewarding things like hattricks, clean sheets for a certain number of matches, the top goalscorers at an individual player level because we would want to improve the level of football and the level of competition. We feel that if we put that sweetener, the players themselves will improve their game and make football interesting for all of us
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