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Dundee FC signs kit deal with Macron

Scottish Premiership football club Dundee has entered into a partnership with Italian sportswear manufacturer Macron.

The two parties have signed a five-year deal, which will begin with the 2019-20 season.

Macron will replace German sportswear company Puma as Dundee’s kit supplier. Puma has provided the team’s kit for the past eight years.

Macron will provide technical playing and training kit to Dundee’s first team and youth academy, with the company to also expand on the range of leisure wear currently available at the club shop.

Macron’s UK and Ireland country manager, Andrea Palilla, said: “This exciting new partnership is part of the strategic plan to consolidate Macron’s presence in Scotland and also as a major player in the UK market.”

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