Glynn Snodin (born 14 February 1960) is an English former professional footballer and current assistant manager at Preston North End.

As a player he was a Midfielder from 1977 to 1997. He notably played for Doncaster Rovers where he notched up 59 goals in 309 appearances. He also made just under 100 appearances for Leeds United and spent two years with Sheffield Wednesday. Whilst with Leeds, Snodin was loaned out to Oldham Athletic and Rotherham United before having spell with Scottish Premier Division side Hearts. In 1993 he spent two years with Barnsley before finishing his playing career in the Northern Premier League with Gainsborough Trinity, Later joining Yorkshire Main F.C. in non League Football.

Since retiring Snodin has held various scouting and coaching roles firstly with Carlisle United and then returning to former club Doncaster. He later became manager of Charlton Athletic's reserve team before joining the coaching staff at Southampton and Northern Ireland. He has since been on the coaching staff at West Ham United, Leeds United and Huddersfield Town.



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