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Glynn Snodin

Position Left back
Born 14 Feb 1960, Rotherham (England)
Height 167 cm
Weight 60 kg
International Caps none

Club From To Apps Goals Sold for
Doncaster Rovers 01 Oct 1977 01 Jun 1985 309 61 £135000
Sheffield Wednesday 01 Jun 1985 01 Jul 1987 59 1 £150000
Leeds United 01 Jul 1987 01 Jun 1992 116 13 £0
Oldham Athletic 01 Aug 1991   8 1 on loan
Rotherham United 01 Feb 1992   3 0 on loan
Heart of Midlothian 01 Jun 1992 01 Jul 1993     £0
Barnsley 01 Jul 1993 01 Jun 1995 25 0  

Leeds Career League FA Cup League Cup Europe Other Season Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals
1987 - 1988 33(2)7 1  42 0  1 
1988 - 1989 33(2)3 2  31 0  1 
1989 - 1990 3(1)  0(1)  0  0  0 
1990 - 1991 14(6)  2(1)  2(1)  0  2 
1991 - 1992 0  0  0  0  1 
Total 83(11)10 5(2)  9(1)3 0  5 

Jabba's Comments

Glynn Snodin signed up for Doncaster Rovers as a 16-year-old and spent 8 years with the club, clocking up over 300 appearances, many of them alongside his younger brother Ian. Doncaster parted company with both brothers at more or less the same time, with Glynn spending a couple of years at Hillsborough before following his brother to Leeds. He was a solid and adaptable left back/left winger who wasn't a world class player but he was reliable, battled hard and always gave 100%. With Tony Dorigo arriving to take the left-back slot, his chances at Leeds were limited and after a couple of loan spells he spent a season in Scotland with Hearts before coming back to Yorkshire for a couple of years with Barnsley.

Jess says: glyn snodin is 1 of the best managers of football and is a very very nice man, he should be offered a first team managers position. look how well the reserve team are doing,its thanks to him.

Colin Boxshall says: I met Glyn at the Sheffield masters tournament. He is indeed a very nice bloke. We had a nice chat & he gave me his shirt. It was really great to see him & he had time for everybody. Top Bloke!!



 

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