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Osonyq continues Dutch influence at Rangers

Scottish Premiership football club Rangers has agreed a four-year partnership with Dutch sports drinks company Osonyq.

As well as supplying the Glasgow outfit’s first team, Osonyq will work closely with the club to further develop its products in consultation with Rangers’ medical and sports science staff.

Marcel Kraaibeek, Osonyq chief sales officer, said: “We are very happy to announce this collaboration with the famous Scottish football club Rangers FC, especially considering the history of the club and the period between 1998 and 2006 where the Dutch contribution was enormous with players like Giovanni van Bronckhorst, Michael Mols, Fernando Ricksen, the De Boer brothers and of course Dick Advocaat who won the treble with Rangers in 1999.”

Rangers becomes the third football club to partner with Osonyq, which also holds agreements with Italian Serie A champion Juventus and Dutch Eredivisie club Vitesse Arnhem.

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