Former Tottenham Hotspur striker, Mark Falco, has joined Falco Construction’s team to provide the company with assistance in corporate networking and promotion.

Mark Commented on the informal role with the company that shares his name:

“I am very pleased to have been asked to work with my namesake to promote the Falco brand and leverage my sporting connections to help build its profile,” he said.

Contrary to many people’s perception, Mark has not been involved with the utility contractor previously and the name issue is purely coincidental. Falco Construction was established in 2004 by its founder and Managing Director Brendan Griffin to facilitate the design, installation and maintenance of underground assets for the Electrical, Water and Telecoms sectors.

It was the firm’s sponsorship connections which brought it onto Mark’s radar and there is a real synergy between the two that goes beyond the obvious connection explains the company’s Support Services Director and avid Spurs fan, Alan Seyfi:

“We are delighted to have Mark on board, “ he said, “His sporting connections will really help us boost the Falco brand.”

Mark Falco joined Tottenham Hotspur in 1978 and scored 98 goals in 236 appearances over the next 8 years for the club. He scored in the penalty shootout win over Anderlecht to win the UEFA Cup in 1984. Following spells at Chelsea (loan), Watford and Glasgow Rangers he enjoyed 4 years at QPR before finishing his career with Millwall in 1992.

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