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Burnley X-Files: A Little Bit of Sheffield

Sheffield United have completed the signing of former Clarets, Reading and Portsmouth winger Glen Little.He has today signed a one year contract.

The 33-year old was released by Pompey at the end of last season after completing a three month loan spell with his former club, Reading.

Little has been on trial for the whole of the Blades pre-season and went with the squad on their tours of Malta and Hungary.


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Writer: turfmanphil Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday August 5 2009

Time: 4:47PM

Your Comments

He keeps going our Glen but has never really done the business in my opinion since leaving the Clarets!
turfmanphil
Certainly didn't make much of an impression at Fratton, bar one marvellous moment against AC Milan
UKTony
A claret legend - Was great to give him his moment after the Reading game
Claretdale
I think those injuries to be fair have taken their toll as well
turfmanphil
He's best moment for Pompey was when he nut-megged Kaka v AC Milan.. true class and I wish him all the best at united..
Chix
Does Glen seem to age? he seems to have been around for ever, good luck to him i am sure he still has something to offer dare i say a Championship side ;-)
8clarets8
 

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