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Sno-din!


Filed: Tuesday, 26th June 2007
By: Gordon Thrower


United have announced the arrival of Glyn Snodin as first team coach.

The 47 year-old, whose playing career encompassed spells at the top level with Sheffield Wednesday and Leeds United, has joined the club from Southampton, though Alan Curbishley will be more familiar with the former defender's work from the six year spell they spent together at Charlton, where Snodin was Reserve team boss. It is believed that Snodin will continue in his part-time role as Northern Ireland coach as assistant to new boss Nigel Worthington.

It appears that major changes may be afoot amongst the coaching and technical staff as the Club today promised that "further announcements" would follow "in due course".





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