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BETDAQ New Principal Partner (Shirt Sponsor) - Confirmed

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  • A betting firm no one has heard of. Hmmm
  • 5/1 to get promoted, are they having a laugh?
  • @Redvaliant you owe me £50k
  • One of the few bookies I've never joined ! . Now never will.

    Its the win / win situation for RD / KM though as these bookies arent going to care about protests etc.
  • Simon E said:

    A betting firm no one has heard of. Hmmm

    Part of Ladbrokes.
  • Hope the club go the same way as the University of Greenwich and ignore the original font that used.

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  • red_murph said:

    Simon E said:

    A betting firm no one has heard of. Hmmm

    Part of Ladbrokes.
    Thankfully not had an account with Ladbrookes either. ;)
  • Simon E said:

    A betting firm no one has heard of. Hmmm

    Which is one aim of sponsorship ie to get more people to have heard of you.

    Those of you small enough to fit into children's kits will at least be able to buy a kit with no sponsor (should you wish to buy a kit at all)
  • "Passionate fan base".....you can say that again
  • Simon E said:

    A betting firm no one has heard of. Hmmm

    Which is one aim of sponsorship ie to get more people to have heard of you.

    Those of you small enough to fit into children's kits will at least be able to buy a kit with no sponsor (should you wish to buy a kit at all)
    It also helps getting round the barrage of protest emails to companies that we heard might be interested in sponsoring the club. This one went under the radar.
  • Aren't they tarted up as a slightly posher betting company?
  • I actually don't have a problem with us having a betting company as a sponsor. I bet occasionally and have various accounts but having them on our shirt wouldn't make me interested in using them in the slightest.

    I'd just be interested to know why on earth anyone would want to sponsor us at all at this moment in time to be honest?
  • Well all I can say is well done CARD and the protests. Seems the fan protests might have put off some other more natural Charlton partners and perhaps BETDAQ and their ilk was the easiest (only) best option.
  • Well all I can say is well done CARD and the protests. Seems the fan protests might have put off some other more natural Charlton partners and perhaps BETDAQ and their ilk was the easiest (only) best option.

    Also an opportunity to get onto their Twitter/Facebook feeds and ask why they have sponsored us and say that we won't be using them out of principle.
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  • cafc-west said:

    Better than a payday/money lending company...

    Barely
  • Well, even if I was prepared to buy a shirt - I wouldn't anymore. I've always been quite proud of Charlton for having decent sponsors, nothing betting or payday loan related.

    On the flip side, I guess this is to be expected considering the reception any local/decent firms would get - and in that way, it's a sign of success for fan power.
  • Almost certain the kids shirts aren't allowed to have betting advertisement on them ?
  • Betdaq are a pretty high-profile company to be sponsoring a League One club so this is reasonably impressive from the commercial team

    Or most clubs (quite rightly) wouldn't touch a betting company with a barge pole.

    Yet another own goal by the regime.
  • Beggars can't be choosers. Can't imagine the club were overrun with potential sponsors.

    And a fitting partner for a board who are gambling away the club's heritage and future.
  • What clubs do having betting sponsors ?
  • just checked on sunderland website @Sir Chrissy and you can only purchase a plain sunderland shirt for kids so no sponsor at all on it, would imagine this is the rule with betting companies as there sponsered by dafabet.
  • Almost certain the kids shirts aren't allowed to have betting advertisement on them ?

    Yep. Weren't even allowed to have the sky bet league badges put on them.

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