FC Talanta’s debut in the Kenyan Premier League ended in a 1-1 draw with Wazito FC on Saturday.
Club boss Douglas Ratemo hailed their partnership with 10bet, saying the league debutantes were excited to have 10bet as ‘our Official Global Betting Partner and official club shirt sponsor.’
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The national super league champion signed a three-year agreement that follows on the back of 10bet’s announcement of its commitment to supporting sports in Africa.
“We at Talanta are ecstatic to join together hand in hand with a partner of this magnitude. We fully believe that this will be a partnership with mutual benefit for both parties as we both look to grow the team, cater to the fans, and also grow grassroots football in our communities,” said Ratemo.
10bet Africa CEO, Arthur Perry also spoke on the partnership between Talanta FC & 10bet as he further explained the importance of growing into Africa and supporting football in Africa via the support of football teams of the caliber of Talanta FC.
“A club the size of Talanta with the players and fanbase that they possess will only help us strengthen our ambitions into the growth of both the football club but also the growth of football in Kenya as a whole.”
In their debut, Talanta coach Ken Kenyatta introduced three of his new signings in the starting XI as he aims to make an impact in the top-flight league.
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