A WORLD-renowned rocker is set to become an ambassador for Accrington Stanley Football Club.
The town’s most famous musical export Jon Anderson, who found fame with the progressive 1970’s rock band Yes, has agreed to help spread the word about the League Two club on the international circuit.
The 67-year-old lead singer has even promised to play a gig at the Livingstone Road stadium at some date in the future.
He will join former player Mike Ferguson, the most well-known face of the 1962 squad, who also went on to have a glittering career with a host of big name clubs, as the 2012 ambassadors.
Accrington Stanley chief executive Rob Heys said: “I think a lot of people would be very surprised to learn Jon Anderson was born and went to school in Accrington.
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