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- It is Offical West Ham will no longer be sponsered by Jobserve it will now be XL so people on bebo the shirts on bebo are fake unless we stay with Jobserve.
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It has been reported that United have signed a new shirt sponsorship deal with charter airline and holiday company XL.
The deal is reported to be worth about £2.5m a season a figure which, if correct, is about three times the value of the current deal with Jobserve that expires at the end of the season, though it is likely that the amounts payable will depend on which division the team are playing in next season.
XL - which has links with Iceland - is said to be the fifth largest holiday company in the UK and has an annual turnover in excess of £1bn.
The deal follows last year's announcement that the club's new kit manufacturers are to be Umbro for the 2007/08 season.
West Ham United have confirmed that Umbro will produce the club's kits from next season.
The announcement - of a three-year partnership - was made by the club this morning; Chairman Eggert Magnusson telling whufc.com:
"I am delighted to welcome Umbro to West Ham United as our new Technical partner. We have worked very hard to find the right brand to match our ambition as a football club and believe that Umbro will provide the perfect solution for all of our technical requirements.
"Like West Ham United, Umbro has a rich heritage and history in the game but is also committed to an exciting and innovative future, and we look forward to a long and successful partnership between the two parties here at Upton Park."
West Ham's kit will be manufactured by British firm Umbro from next season
The Cheadle-based firm have been making football kits since the mid-1920s, and their 'double diamond' logo is a brand now recognised worldwide.
Although the Hammers have never previously worn an Umbro kit, the firm did produce a kit for the club in the late 1960s which was never used.
United's current three-year deal with Reebok ends this summer.
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