Ahead of the 2021/22 Season, Shrewsbury Town FC’s Manager, Steve Cotterill, named Ethan Ebanks-Landell as Town’s Captain.

Ethan is an ever-present member of the Salop back line, as the towering centre-back enters his third season in Shropshire – Ethan brings calm and consistency to the Town defence, often in the heart of a back five.

Ethan has 11 years’ professional experience including playing for Wolverhampton Wanderers in 2014 and with Sheffield United in 2016/17.

Ethan said: “I’ve always been that person to demand high standards and I would be saying the same things even if I wasn’t the Captain.”

In the Shrewsbury Town FC v Gillingham Matchday Programme, Shrewsbury Town Women’s Maddie Jones is profiled too.

Maddie, a forward who is fast and agile, has played football since the age of five and joined Shrewsbury from AFC Telford in 2019.

Shrewsbury Town Women’s next game is away on Sunday, September 5 v Walsall Ladies at 2pm.

There is also an interview with Town’s Safety Officer and Covid Compliance Officer, Lawrence Ellerby.

He said: “After the last two years, just having our fans back in has been the most rewarding thing. The stadium without fans is just soulless and it just wasn’t the same.”

And the UMBRO from the Archive (1974) is Bob Wardle.

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