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SALFORD RED DEVILS COACH IAN WATSON LIVE INTERVIEW AT OLD NAGS HEAD IRLAM
 

Star date: 12th November 2017

REDS COACH IAN WATSON ON STAGE IN IRLAM

An Evening with Head Coach Ian Watson and Guests
Sunday 19th November 5pm-7pm free
The Old Nags Head pub, Irlam

Salford Red Devils coach, Ian Watson, is to be interviewed about his career and hopes for the forthcoming season in a free live event organised by Salford RLFC Supporters' Trust at The Old Nags Head in Irlam next Sunday. It's hosted by former Salford and Wales international Paul Highton.

Full details here...


Salford Red Devils coach Ian Watson Junior Sau portrait raffle prize Salford RLFC Supporters' Trust
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With more intrigue surrounding the current state of Salford Red Devils, head coach, Ian Watson will hopefully be discussing on-field activities as he stars in an early evening event at The Old Nags Head in Irlam next Sunday, 19th November.

"This social event is about bringing fans together and having some fun in what has been an uncertain few months" says David Campbell of the Salford RLFC Supporters' Trust which is organising the night.

"The interview with Ian will cover his playing career and journey to the role of Salford Red Devils head coach, and we'll chat about the highs and lows of the 2017 season and Ian's plans for the 2018 campaign" he adds.

Hosted by former Salford and Wales international, Paul Highton, a couple of other former Salford players will be there to take questions from the audience, while, with the squad returning to pre-season training this Monday, it's hoped that a current first team player will also be able to attend.

Sponsored by The Old Nags Head, the event is free but attendees will be asked to make donations to the Rising Stars Under16s, a Red Devils Foundation programme to provide pathways for young players into the Rugby League. There will also be a raffle, and prizes include a 'paper art' portrait of Junior Sau' donated by Allegiance Ltd.

The Salford RLFC Supporters' Trust will be at the event, encouraging people to join and help to continue working with the Red Devils to put on such events. Or supporters can join online for 10 click here


An Evening with Head Coach Ian Watson and Guests
Sunday 19th November 5pm-7pm free
The Old Nags Head pub
Liverpool Road, Irlam M44 6FF

While the event is free, people are asked to register to ensure a place click here


Photos of Ian Watson by Gareth Lyons


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