Glennon completes Bantams switch

13 January 2010 10:23
Bantams boss Stuart McCall has been searching for an experienced stopper for several weeks after allowing Simon Eastwood to return to Huddersfield midway through his season-long loan.[LNB]And he has now captured Glennon on a deal until the end of the season, with the 31-year-old set to go straight into the squad for Saturday's home game against Notts County.[LNB]McCall said: "We're delighted to bring Matt to the club, he's a goalkeeper with a great pedigree and a good track record.[LNB]"He brings lots of experience with him, which is exactly what we were after, and he is also very vocal and a good talker, which is important.[LNB]"Once it became clear that Easty was going back, Matt was our number one target. We have had a lot of goalkeepers put to us over the last few weeks, but Matt fits the bill perfectly."[LNB]Glennon added on the club's official website: "I have had opportunities to join teams in Huddersfield's division, but they had no aspirations of promotion.[LNB]"I would rather be playing my games at somewhere that has the hope of achieving something.[LNB] "I want to get some games and play some matches that's for sure."[LNB][LNB]

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