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Delta to unveil increased PSL deal
25/03/2014 00:00:00
by Sports Reporter
 
 
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DELTA Beverages is on Wednesday set to unveil a substantial increase in sponsorship for the 2014 PSL season after the two parties entered into another three year marriage.

The unveiling ceremony has been set for Wednesday in the capital.

The marriage, which started at the beginning of 2011 had ended in December last year. Delta Beverages then unveiled a total sponsorship package of $1,8m spread over three years

For each season, sponsorship for the league was $600,000 with the champions pocketing $70,000, the runners up $50,000 and third place finishers $30,000.

The Footballer of the Year pocketed $5,000 while his two runners up got $3,000 and $2,000 respectively.

Eight finalists for the Footballer of the Year prize each pocketed $1,000, the top goal scorer $3,000 while the goalkeeper of the year and rookie of the year got $2,000 each.

The coach of the year got $3,500, referee of the year $2,000 and his two runners up $1,500 and $1,000 respectively.

The most disciplined team - with the least number of yellow and red cards - picked up a $10,000 cash prize.


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