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Can Little cut it with the Blades?

Glen Little is another of those that is now officially off the Pompey payroll and his next move will be to spend 2-weeks with Sheffield United, which will include a spell in Malta, as he attempts to win himself a contract with Kevin Blackwell's side.

The 33-year-old is going to train with them this week then head off to Malta with the side, taking part in a pre-season friendly they have organised over there.

I felt sorry for the veteran last season I must admit, who could blame him for jumping at the chance to return to the premier league at his age? Unfortunately injuries continued to work against him - although in all honesty this move to Pompey, and we had been after him for donkies years, probably came much too late in his career...

Good luck Glen, at least he will always be able to say that he played against the mighty Milan!

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Writer: pompeyrug Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday July 1 2009

Time: 9:11AM

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Always had the ability to put in a decent cross, not quick enough to beat a defender but could be useful again in the Championship.
moley2
would tend to agree, his delivery is his strongest asset, we just didnt see enough of it - like they used to in hockey, not sure if they do now (and GB had that guy from hampshire that used to do it i think) little could have been good to bring on for set pieces...
pompeyrug
Don't see why not. Got to give Glen his due, he's a good hardworking honest player who will give of his best. Like a good few more his career has been beset with injuries and his strength of character kept him at it. So one more go for him and I hope he succeeds. Sheffield United...yeah he can do it.
cornypomp
He's not a bad player at all, proper winger in the sense of his crossing ability and doesn't keep driting inside, I'm sure he'll do a great job at champs level if he can stay injury free.
Tantona
Not sure. Sheff Utd have consistently been there or there abouts & want a return to the prem. I say they won't take him on.
storagematt
 

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