ALEX Palmer will be sponsored by the Plymouth Argyle Disabled Supporters Association (PADSA) for the 2019-20 campaign.
The young goalkeeper signed a season-long loan deal from West Bromwich Albion on Tuesday and PADSA have kindly offered to sponsor the new Pilgrim as he sets about a new football adventure.
“Argyle have a large disability fanbase, which PADSA tries to support, as we work closely with the club to promote equality in all areas in order to make the club accessible to all,” said Steve Helley, chairman of PADSA.
“It is, therefore, important that we involve ourselves in the club’s activities. We are proud to have sponsored players over the years and are looking forward to supporting Alex Palmer over the coming season
“If anyone would like to join PADSA, look at our website for details.”
Plymouth Argyle Disabled Supporters Association (PADSA) was launched in February 2009. The association is for those supporters, who are disabled or have additional needs, and their carers.
PADSA represent disabled supporters and liaise with the club and other football clubs to promote the enjoyment and experience of attending a match-day at home or away. The committee is made up of volunteers who are PAFC disabled supporters and are elected at an AGM.
Membership is free and PADSA hold social events and send out regular newsletters.