Best known for his playing career with Doncaster Rovers and Everton, Ian Snodin is a former midfielder who has also played for Leeds United, Sunderland, Oldham Athletic and Scarborough. A prized name within football, Snodin has also taken his abundance of expertise to become a manager and after dinner speaker who is known for his teamwork and leadership based anecdotes.
Beginning his early career as an apprentice for Doncaster Rovers, he eventually secured himself as part of the senior team where he went on to make 118 appearances and score 25 goals before moving to play for Leeds United. With some of his notable moments throughout his young career including scoring a hat trick over Reading in 1982 and being called up to play for the England Under 21 team on four separate occasions, it became apparent very quickly that Ian had an incredible talent in the game.
Throughout his career, Ian has made nearing 500 appearances across seven domestic clubs and also has 34 goals to his name. Boasting career highlights including winning the title in his debut season with Everton and managing Doncaster Rovers in 1998, Ian has an endless list of insightful career anecdotes that he often reflects upon as an after dinner speaker.
Most recently, Snodin has gone onto enjoy a career within the media. A frequent face on Sky Sports’, he often delivers analysis on events within the Football Conference. He also makes appearances on Setana Sports, writes a weekly column for the Liverpool Echo and co-hosts Terrace Talk along with the legendary Ian St. John on Radio City 96.7.
A dynamic football speaker, Ian Snodin has what it takes to create a massive impact at your next event or function. With a direct approach, he can engage audiences of all sizes with his fantastic humour whilst educating them with his admirable amount of knowledge surrounding leadership, teamwork and achieving peak performance in which he is able to relate to businesses of all kinds.