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Experienced Northern League Pair Take West End Post
Experienced Northern League Pair Take West End Post
Ebac Northern League Second Division club Sunderland West End have announced their new management team as Keith Graydon and Steven Stewart.
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Both bring in a wealth of experience in Northern League football and the club are excited to work alongside them to try and push the club forward.

 

Graydon, 37, started his career with Sunderland AFC after coming over from Ireland where he was on the books at Home Farm and had represented the Republic at under-16 and under-18 level.

 

His Football League debut though came for York City whilst on loan from the Black Cats in 2003, making 7 appearances and scoring once.

 

Since leaving Sunderland he has had spells with the likes of Scarborough, Blyth Spartans, Spennymoor United and Town, Dunston Fed, Gateshead, Durham City, Sunderland RCA, Jarrow Roofing, Newcastle Blue Star and Morpeth Town.

 

Stewart is also no stranger to the Northern League and has extensive experience as a player with the likes of Washington, Bedlington Terriers, Sunderland Nissan, Durham City, Chester-le-Street, Newcastle Benfield and Blyth Spartans, Sunderland RCA, where he was also assistant manager.

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Experienced Northern League Pair Take West End Post
Experienced Northern League Pair Take West End Post
Saturday 21 November 20 I 18:49:19
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Both bring in a wealth of experience in Northern League football and the club are excited to work alongside them to try and push the club forward.

 

Graydon, 37, started his career with Sunderland AFC after coming over from Ireland where he was on the books at Home Farm and had represented the Republic at under-16 and under-18 level.

 

His Football League debut though came for York City whilst on loan from the Black Cats in 2003, making 7 appearances and scoring once.

 

Since leaving Sunderland he has had spells with the likes of Scarborough, Blyth Spartans, Spennymoor United and Town, Dunston Fed, Gateshead, Durham City, Sunderland RCA, Jarrow Roofing, Newcastle Blue Star and Morpeth Town.

 

Stewart is also no stranger to the Northern League and has extensive experience as a player with the likes of Washington, Bedlington Terriers, Sunderland Nissan, Durham City, Chester-le-Street, Newcastle Benfield and Blyth Spartans, Sunderland RCA, where he was also assistant manager.

Copyright Non League Today. Permission to use quotations from this article is granted subject to appropriate credit being given to the Non League Today website as the source and a link back to the Non League Today website.
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