Think we're wrong? Let's look at the evidence.....
The last few years has seen Ritchie's company "Evolution" sponsor our shirts, extolling the excellent virtues of, er, evolution. Evolution's great. Everyone should try it.
Before Ritchie's takeover we had a succession of different companies adorning our shirts. DCR Locums. Palestine Aid. A-line. But they all had one tiny detail in common - they were all Imraan's creations! Unsurprisingly our former Chairman had a bit of difficulty convincing the wider business community to trust their money to his safekeeping. Not with the ready availability of so many poker sites, and YouTube footage of mysteriously available footballers who could juggle a football well.
Not that Imraan had the monopoly on using his own companies to decorate his players' chests. Before him we were sponsored by Weldon, who provided a steady succession of board directors at Rockingham Road during Mallinger's tenure.
And before Weldon? By our reckoning it was either Polar Trucks or Fenner? About 97-98 season? Probably Polar Trucks. Were we arsed we could simply dig out a few old programmes and nail it down to the exact sponsor, and the exact year when someone other than a club director had sufficient faith in the club to divvy up some readies. But we can't!
Now we have B&M Pallets putting their faith in the Poppies, owned by Brian Martin, former Poppies barfly / barman and ace quiz question mangler of the parish. As of today we recommend anyone looking to purchase industrial pallets not to look anywhere else other than here -
where, somehow they manage to devote an entire website to the fascinating world of pallets. Good on 'em and welcome back Brian!
Expect to see this logo, stretched out of all recognition
across hundreds of beer bellies over the forthcoming season