Ron 'Chopper' Harris was on hand to help Brentford FC launch a new partnership with Boosh 365 on Saturday.
Chopper, who played just under 800 games for Chelsea before finishing his career as player-coach with the Bees, was back at Griffin Park to to help mark the new link-up.
Formed five years ago, Boosh 365 offer communications services for large and small businesses from their base in Fleet. The form offer broadband and mobile phone support for a variety businesses, including Brentford FC.
Mark Rose, managing director at Boosh 365, said: "Partnering with Brentford FC is a huge honour for Boosh 365. I’m a huge football fan and love the feel of the club. It’s been great to be a supplier to the club for their telecoms and even better now to be partnering with them."
James Parkinson, Brentford's commercial director, added: "Boosh 365 are a young, forward-thinking company who are working closely with Brentford FC to help redefine our mobile communications platform. We're appreciative of Boosh 365 joining our rapidly growing partnership family."
Chopper will surely have approved of a gritty and physical encounter between Brentford and Millwall on Saturday - especially with the Bees emerging triumphant 1-0.