Warrior snaps up Everton star Fellaini
Mon 3rd Dec 2012 | Football Sponsorship
Warrior has continued its major investment in football with the signing of Everton and Belgian midfielder Marouane Fellaini.
The long-term partnership will see Fellaini wear boots from Warrior’s first-ever football boot collection, Skreamer. The midfielder debuted the boots during his team's draw with Manchester City this weekend, in which he scored the opening goal.
'I chose Warrior because my approach to the game and desire to win is the same as theirs,' said Fellaini. 'It’s a brand that does things differently to the others and I really like that. We are a great fit and I’m excited about the chance to influence a new generation of young footballers alongside Warrior.'
Ben Haworth, global sports marketing manager for Warrior Football, added: 'For Warrior to sign one of the most exciting and talked about players in world football is an incredible coup. Fellaini possesses everything we look for in a Warrior player; he’s got flare, he has incredible power, he takes risks, he changes the game – there are only a handful of players left in the sport that can truly do that. We’re proud to add Marouane to our artillery.'
Warrior have a number of further team and player announcements planned for the coming weeks.
Posted by: Kev Howland
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