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Reddin takes over as Editor

Reddin takes over as Editor

A new season brings a new era as Vital Stoke has followed the trend of most Premier League chairmen this pre-season with a change of leadership with Lloyd Reddin taking over the throne from Ryan Kalisz as Editor.

Ryan will be continuing to write for the website as co-editor, and everyone here involved at Vital Stoke would like to thank Ryan for all the hard work and determination he has put in as his time as the Editor of the site.

To bring in the new era, Vital Stoke has worked hard to bring in a new addition to the team in the form of Tom Barker, who will join the ranks along with Ryan and Tom McKeon as co-editor to help maintain the high standards that we strive here at Vital Stoke.

To continue to make the website a success, Vital Stoke will also look to bring a number of new additions with applications for positions set to open very soon.



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Writer:Lloyd Reddin
Date:Sunday July 8 2012
Time: 2:23PM

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Good luck, enjoy! Great network, then again, I'm a bit biased! But catering to 1.3m unique users shows we are all doing something right!
The Fear
08/07/2012 17:00:00
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Ryan's been great; big shoes, Lloyd!
proscriptus
11/07/2012 13:05:00
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