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Coventry in for Little

Coventry in for Little

I would not have thought that 'reports' that Glen Little will be leaving Pompey this summer are in the least bit surprising are they?

The writing was well and truly on the wall for the guy when he was allowed to see out the final months of the current season on loan with his former club Reading, although they decided against re-signing him on a permanent basis and he returned to Fratton to see out the final months of his contract.

Today it is said that Coventry are looking to secure his services, which they will do on a free as he will be released at the end of his contract, either at the end of this month or the next.

Injuries were not kind to Little during his time with Pompey, but even then in all honesty this move probably came several years too late for him.

Nevertheless I will wish him all the best for the future, at least he came in with the right attitude and gave it a go, some might say his best - unfortunately this best just was not quite good enough.

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Writer:pompeyrug
Date:Monday June 1 2009
Time: 10:26AM

Comments

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Forgot about him! Yeah let him go, was a strange signing to say the very least, but good luck to him because he did a job when he did play, particularly against Milan!
PFCGino
01/06/2009 11:01:00
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good luck to him!
pompeycarpet
01/06/2009 11:52:00
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Had a reasonable game against Milan, but that was it. Good luck to the guy
UKTony
01/06/2009 12:13:00
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A gamble when we took him on. Was a good squad player to have had he been fit. Certainly not in our future plans, we wish him well in the fizzy pop league.
storagematt
01/06/2009 13:39:00
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I think he will do a lot better a league or two lower, Bye!
MFFP
01/06/2009 15:20:00
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Good luck, mate. You'll be able to tell the grandkids about AC Milan where you certainly didn't let anyone down
hammersmithblue
01/06/2009 17:26:00
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Brought in as a quick fix on the right, but always gave his best when he got a chance, good luck to him.
pompeyyong
01/06/2009 18:45:00
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I thought he went back to Reading in the January transfer window? Or was I hallucinating?
tracyc
01/06/2009 19:49:00
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Waste of time him coming, fat Franks uncle at his worst, i have seen milk turn quicker!! Send him to Coventry or Reading or Barnsley or Leeds
Owenspompey
01/06/2009 19:54:00
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Yeah, he was brought in to get balls across in the days that we were not playing the Hart system. Good, honest, hard working player though, but not Premier League now.
cornypomp
02/06/2009 20:43:00
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