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Cagliari signs two-game sleeve deal with Fluorsid Group

Serie A club Cagliari has signed its first sleeve partnership with Italian chemical firm Fluorsid Group.

As part of the two-game deal, Fluorsid appeared on Cagliari’s left sleeve in last weekend’s Serie A clash with AS Roma, and will appear again this weekend when Cagliari face Napoli at home.

Fluorsid president Lorenzo Di Donato said: “We are particularly proud of this agreement that will allow us to support the team even more closely.

“For us it is an honour to be the first sleeve sponsor in the history of Cagliari.”

Fluorsid was founded in 1969, and is based in Assemini, Cagliari. The deal was brokered by Infront Italy.

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