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Snodin and Stuart become official club ambassadors

17/11/2014  Comments (8)  jump
Chairman Bill Kenwright has announced that Ian Snodin and Graham Stuart will join Graeme Sharp as official Everton FC ambassadors.

Both former players have been fulfilling the role in an unofficial capacity recently and joined Sharp in Thailand over the summer for the pre-season friendly against Leicester City in Bangkok.  

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Lee Whitehead
1 Posted 17/11/2014 at 18:30:44
Great news!!!

Two Blues legends helping Sharpie to spread the word.

Well done, Mr Kenwright.


Peter Laing
2 Posted 17/11/2014 at 21:27:11
That means that the local media pundits are now all fully paid up Club employees. Kim Jong Bill strikes again.
Lyndon Lloyd
3 Posted 17/11/2014 at 21:48:11
Not sure what you're driving at there, Peter. Snodin already was a club employee as far as I'm aware and the new role means that neither he nor Graham Stuart will be operating as "media pundits".

I haven't met "Diamond" but from my experience, the appointment of "Snods" as an EFC ambassador is a no-brainer. I was fortunate enough to spend a couple of hours in his company earlier this year and he is an absolutely top bloke who just loves the club.

Patrick Murphy
4 Posted 17/11/2014 at 23:10:47
Good news! I think Stuart and Snodin appreciate the club and its supporters. It's a pity that, since the sad loss of Dave Hickson, there are no locally born players available to represent the club.
Harold Matthews
5 Posted 18/11/2014 at 06:20:19
Interesting Patrick. Lads like Jimmy Harris are getting on a bit but surely there are plenty of more active local ex-blues about.
Matthew Williams
6 Posted 18/11/2014 at 12:41:26
Great news, I have always been a fan of both players and Diamond in particular is quite articulate and a good person to have around in this role. I think he has Chelsea blood running through him but there is no doubt he loves Everton.
Bill Griffiths
7 Posted 18/11/2014 at 16:41:28
I think their first task should be to go and give Roy Keane a good kicking.
Peter Laing
8 Posted 19/11/2014 at 23:30:37
Lyndon, my reference was to both Sharp and Snodin being employed by Radio City on their football coverage.

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