Jack Ross has agreed to join Show Racism the Red Card's Honorary Patrons list. The new Sunderland AFC manager has been a long-term supporter of the campaign during his time as a player and manager.
Jack said "I am delighted to become a patron of Show Racism the Red Card. I have been a supporter of the charity for many years up in Scotland and I am proud to know that Sunderland AFC were one of the three founding clubs of the campaign back in 1996. As manager of Sunderland AFC I will be encouraging my players to help the charity whenever possible."
Jack played for clubs including Clyde FC, Hartlepool United FC, Falkirk FC and St Mirren FC and managed at Alloa Athletic FC and St Mirren FC before joining Sunderland AFC in May.
Ged Grebby, SRtRC Chief Executive said "Show Racism the Red Card is pleased to welcome Jack Ross, the new manager of Sunderland AFC as our latest patron. Jack has been a great supporter of SRtRC Scotland for many years now and will be a welcome addition to our patrons in England. We wish Jack and SAFC all the best for the new season."