Football: Super salute as Roly looks to bow out.
Record breaker Howard, who has run the Crosby non-league side for 33 years, enjoyed a testimonial dinner alongside longserving backroom colleagues Roger Patience and John Bradshaw, who are also leaving.
Howard leads Marine into their final UniBond Premier Division game tomorrow at home t o Frickley Athletic. His final match, his 1,975th, is next Wenesday against Everton in the Liverpool Senior Cup final.
ECHO Sports Editor John Thompson said: 'Roly has had an incredible career. He is a true star of Merseyside sport
MAN OF THE MOMENT: Roly Howard (front centre) is flanked by John Bradshaw and Roger Patience on a night attended by (back row, left to right) ECHO Sports Editor John Thompson, Everton assistant manager Alan Irvine, comedian Charlie Hale, ex-Liverpool star Ronnie Whelan, ex-Everton star Wally Burnett, Peter Jones, of Vernons Pools, and Marine chairman Paul Leary
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|Publication:||Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England)|
|Date:||Apr 29, 2005|
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