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DJM Takeover

15 January 2016

MORE than 2,000 junior league players, coaches and managers will enjoy a football league match-day experience with us on Saturday...

...thanks to the UK’s fastest growing wealth planning business.
 
Succession Group is the event sponsor for Saturday's match, to which lads, dads and coaches from the Devon Junior & Minor League have been invited.
 
Succession Group’s Chief Executive Simon Chamberlain said:  “All sports coaches will appreciate the importance of investing and developing a future pipeline of talent, and Succession Group is committed to providing young people with the experience and top-quality training to define skills and achieve the career they want, both on and off the pitch.
 
“Succession Group is a new sponsor of Plymouth Argyle, and more than 2,000 Devon Junior & Minor League players and coaches will experience professional football – some for the first time – thanks to our support. 
 
“It will be an inspirational experience showcasing both teamwork and professionalism.
 
James Greenacre, Argyle’s Commercial Operations Manager, said:  “This is a significant commitment by Succession Group and recognises the value they place on professionalism and nurturing talent across the South West.”
 
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THE Nash & Co. Devon Junior & Minor League are very excited to launch a new partnership with Argyle. The league currently organises football for players aged 6-18 years old across Plymouth and surrounding areas. The league is the largest youth league in Devon and has been awarded the Devon FA Charter Standard League of the Year three years out of the last four.

Each week, they have around 5,000 players playing across their leagues and development programmes. As part of the partnership, they hope to see more of their players becoming part of the Green Army and supporting their local team on a weekly basis.

The DJM are very grateful to the Succession Group whose sponsorship has enable more than 2,000 players to attend today's game and watch the Greens take another step closer to League 1.

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