Glenn Morris joined Southend United in the 2010 close season and quickly established himself as the first choice goalkeeper at Roots Hall. A regular for most of 2010-11 until losing his place through injury, Glenn signed a new contract for the Shrimpers at the end of the campaign. Glenn is a product of the Leyton Orient youth set-up and made his senior debut at the age of 17. He spent nine years as a professional at Brisbane Road, making over 100 first-team appearances.
Sam Allardyce has named his first England squad ahead of the September 4 clash with Slovakia.
Former non-League player Michail Antonio earned his first England call-up on Sunday evening when Sam Allardyce revealed his squad to
Following a blank summer with England at Euro 2016 - a tournament for which he will be remembered largely for
The latest gossip and rumours from the newspapers and online:The Sun is reporting that JOE HART will consider taking a
Claudio Bravo looks set to join Manchester City in a reported £17million deal from Barcelona.
The toxic story of Arsenal and Arsene is set to roll on for at least another season.