HUNGERFORD TOWN manager Bobby Wilkinson has all but completed his close season signings but is keeping them quiet until registration day to ward off rival suitors - but one signing can be confirmed.
The club has ‘signed’ Newbury-based management software company Cognito as a principal sponsor and staff and players visited the company’s London Road headquarters this week to seal the deal.
The company, which produces internationally renowned management and time-management software, will not be helping Hungerford’s manager Bobby Wilkinson’s game plans and team selection, but it will be providing the club with its training gear and pre-match wear for the forthcoming season.
“It’s a full package of pre-match, post-match and training gear,” said club chairman Nigel Warrick, “which is so important these days.”
Pictured, Hungerford go in-to-Cognito to wrap up their new sponsorship deal. Left to right, chairman Nigel Warrick, player James Rusby, Cognito CEO Laurent Othacéhé, player James Clark, Cognito business development manager Jason Borcherds and Hungerford manager Bobby Wilkinson.