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OSD Healthcare sponsor Spurs match

Official Medical Provider take up prestigious package for FA Cup tie.

20 January 2021

Wanderers’ new Official Medical Provider OSD Healthcare have thrown their full support behind the Chairboys for the forthcoming Emirates FA Cup fourth round tie against Tottenham Hotspur by becoming the Match Sponsor for the game at Adams Park.

Gareth Ainsworth’s men take on Spurs under the lights and gaze of the BT Sport cameras on Monday 25th January (k.o. 7.45pm), and OSD Healthcare – based in Hemel Hempstead – have put their name to the game as Official Match Sponsor.

Ray Guirguis, CEO at OSD Healthcare, said: “We were delighted to see these two teams paired together in the Emirates FA Cup fourth round draw and it promises to be a prestigious and special occasion at Adams Park. The FA Cup is a wonderful competition and one that OSD Healthcare are honoured to be involved in. I know our OSD team will be watching on TV and cheering Wycombe on from home.”

Neil Peters, the club’s Chief Commercial Officer, said: “It’s fantastic to see such support from OSD Healthcare, who are one of our newest partners and are already demonstrating excellent commitment to the club by taking up this match sponsorship opportunity.”

“The achievements of Gareth Ainsworth and the team of reaching the fourth round for only the third time in our history mean that we have this chance to showcase the whole club and its sponsors to a live TV audience across the globe and it’s great to have OSD Healthcare involved in a very prominent way.”

OSD Healthcare came on board as the club’s Official Medical Provider earlier this month, enabling access to first-class medical facilities for Chairboys stars.

With services delivered by eminent consultants, leading specialists and expert nursing staff, using the latest in medical equipment and technologies, OSD Healthcare will support the club with the prognosis and rehabilitation of injuries, as well as conducting assessments on prospective new signings.

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