Nathan Jones, Manager of Luton Town Football Club, becomes patron of Show Racism the Red Card

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Show Racism the Red Card are delighted that Nathan Jones has agreed to become the latest patron of the campaign. Jones, who became Luton Town manager in January 2016, had a fantastic playing career where he made over five-hundred professional appearances, most notably for Southend United FC, Brighton & Hove Albion FC and Yeovil Town FC. After leaving Yeovil Town FC, Jones had coaching spells at Charlton Athletic FC and Brighton & Hove Albion FC before taking charge of Luton in January 2016. Jones joins a list of current managers to become patrons of Show Racism the Red Card in 2018, also on the list is Paul Lambert (Stoke City FC), Dan Micciche (MK Dons FC) and Roy Hodgson (Crystal Palace FC).

Luton Town FC Manager, Nathan Jones, said;

“Stamping racism out at any level of football is very important and we do good work here at Luton, where we are situated at the heart of a multi-cultural community. We are very aware of that and want to do all that we can to support any initiative that aims to advance equality and inclusion in the game, so I am proud to become a patron for Show Racism the Red Card.”

Everyone involved with Show Racism the Red Card would like to wish Nathan, and Luton Town FC, all the very best for the rest of the season and we look forward to working with you both in the future.