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A Snodin Pose

A Snodin Pose

Submitted: 08/26/09
Description: Glynn Snodin the United Assistant Manager poses for the camera here after the teams pre-match warm up at Adams Park home of Wycombe Wanderers.

Glynn Snodin joined The Whites on the 1st July, 1987 coming from Sheffield Wednesday for a fee of 150,000 pounds and filled the left back position. A popular player in his time with the club Snodin made 99 full appearances for Leeds in all competitions, 14 as a substitute and scored 13 goals. Snodin left Leeds on 1st June, 1992 going to Oldham Athletic on a free transfer. Snodin made is return to Elland Road on 2nd February, 2009 as the assistant manager to Simon Grayson.

United were playing freshly promoted Wycombe Wanderers at Adams Park. Jermaine Beckford made a welcome return after a knee injury and Andrew Hughes started in place of the injured Ben Parker. This would be United's first ever professional clash against Wycombe and it was Leeds who came close to scoring first with an effort from Jermaine Beckford in the first quarter but the strike went inches wide. Leeds were the dominant side throughout the first 45mins but the two sides went in all square at half time. United again started the second half looking the most threatening and it wasn't long before Leeds broke the deadlock, on the 61st minute Luciano Becchio struck a first time effort from outside the box which left the Wycombe goalkeeper with no chance and sent the United faithful behind the goal into raptures. Leeds looked comfortable for the rest of the game and coasted the lead to the 90th minute mark making it 3 points for Grayson's men and the third straight win of the season for United. 8,400 were at Adams Park for the match with the United following packing two sides of the ground.

Leeds United: Higgs, Crowe, Marques, Kisnorbo, Hughes, Snodgrass, Howson, Doyle, Johnson, Beckford, Becchio.
Subs: Prutton for Snodgrass, Showunmi for Becchio.

Thanks to Colin Callow for this great pic.
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