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The All New Wyrley Colts officially launch their brand new kit and sponsor this coming Saturday, 28 August 2010.

Asda Wolverhampton signed a new 12 month deal as shirt sponsors for the 2010-2011 season and the new kit is launched at a press shoot at Asda Wolverhampton’s store on Molineux Way in Wolverhampton. The team will also be doing a bag pack and taking control of the tills, so expect a whole host of fun, games and shenanigans from 10.00am.

The All New Wyrley Colts will also be revealing their latest signing, WyrleyBear, the Colts’ new foot tall mascot who has signed from Bear-mingham City, and has also played for Dudley Zoo Allstars and beat Children In Need’s Pudsey Bear in a mascot fun run! Look out for WyrleyBear at the Colts’ matches in the Bilston League from Sunday 5 September.

Please support the team as the Wolves also host Newcastle United this weekend, so our new kit should go down well with the locals, not to mention the Toon Army.

4 comments for this article:
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    Keith Hardy (Chairman)

    Hey Stig! Look forward to seeing Wyrley Bear! Good luck Colts in 2010/11!

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    The Stig

    Cheers Keith.

    Oh, and about those goalkeeping gloves. Feel free to keep them, as I’ll be making a shedload of wonga from my book deal to buy some more, as long as the suits from the BBC don’t take me to court!!!!!

    Best keep my true identity to yourself 😉

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    petef

    A picture from the bag pack day, and brief summary was in the Express & Star on Thursday night (2 September.

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    petef

    Some pictures from the day, including with Steve Bull can be found on the Wyrley Colts Myspace page using the following link http://www.myspace.com/533607518/photos (you may need to copy the address into your browser)

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