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 Eccleshall FC's Main Sponsor

Sponsors and team (below) celebrating 10 years pf sponsorship before the game against Atherton LR, on Saturday 8th December 2012

 Impulse Corporation Managing Director Craig Wright said: “At Impulse we pride ourselves in supporting our local community and Eccleshall FC is a successful football club that Impulse has been very proud to be a part of over the last decade. 

“We hope our investment over the years has helped Eccleshall FC thrive as a club and we look forward to continue supporting them on their road to further success in the future”. 
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FORMER football ace Neil 'Razor' Ruddock hosted a charity night on Saturday 5th April to raise cash for a soccer fanatic who missed five months of work due to a broken leg.The event, organised by Eccleshall Football Club, was held in support of Matt Bradbury, who broke his right leg in two places and dislocated his ankle five months ago.The dad-of-three, of Stone, suffered the horrendous injury during a match against Formby in the North West Counties League.

The injury lay-off means the gas main layer may never play football again, and the 33-year-old missed out on a lot of work which impacted his young family. So, in a show of togetherness by Eccleshall Football Club, Knutton's Ex-Servicemen's Club hosted a fundraiser which included an auction of football memorabilia.

Mr Bradbury, who has sons Mitchell, aged seven, Makenzie, aged six and Miles, aged three, thanked everyone, particularly club secretary Jim Tunney, who attended the event.

He said: "The response has been overwhelming. It's amazing the amount of work that the guys at the club have done behind the scenes. I didn't know too much about it.The amount that the club have done for me is hard to take in. It means a lot. For any young person playing sport, it's so important you find something to fall back on."

One-time England defender Neil Ruddock, said: "It's a big room with a good turnout and it's great to be here. It's satisfying for me to help out in raising money for good causes and it's nice to put a smile on people's faces. You hear many terrible stories about injuries but unfortunately it does happen in the sport. You don't want to see anyone get hurt."

Eccleshall FC's vice-chairman Steve James, aged 57, of Trentham, said: "Matt came to us onloan from Leek Town to help the side and started his career with us around 17 years ago. We were helped enormously by local companies and having Neil has been brilliant – he's a true football man. It's about the club doing the right thing and health and safety in sport is of paramount importance – second only to enjoyment."

Source: Staffordshire Evening Sentinel


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