The new deal which will expire in 2019 is reported to be worth US$ 1.2 million.
Executive director of the bank, Owusu Ansah-Awere announced the deal at the team’s last training session at the Borg El-Arab Stadium in Alexandra head of their qualifier against Egypt.
UniBank’s initial three-year deal which was signed in 2013 ended on 03 November this year.
But that could not motivate the team as they lost 2-0 on Sunday night to slip to third on the table with just one point after two matches.
Egypt now lead the Group E table with six points; followed by Uganda on four.
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