Glennon Leaves For Bradford

Huddersfield Town story posted by Sean Makin on 13/01/2010
Huddersfield Town have cancelled the contract of goalkeeper Matt Glennon by mutual consent allowing him to join Bradford City for the rest of the season.Glennon Leaves For Bradford

The 31-year old joined Town in the summer of 2006 on a free transfer from St Johnstone going on to make 122 appearances for the Terriers but lost his place in November 2008 to Alex Smithies and has not featured in a game since.

Glennon had been linked with a move to Birmingham and Coventry in January 2008 after rejecting a contract offer at Town (his contract was due to expire in the summer of that year) but when former manager Stan Ternent was appointed, he offered Glennon improved terms which the goalkeeper signed, a two year deal with an option of a third.

The Stockport born stopper will be rememberd for saving three penalties in one game against Crewe at the Galpharm, but Town still lost the game.

Bradford did sign other Town keeper Simon Eastwood on loan from the start of this season for six months. The Bantams manager Stuart McCall did not renew his interest in the young goalkeeper stating that he was looking for a more experienced goalkeeper.

The Terrier-Bytes team wish Matt all the best for the future.


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