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.
The Kop is set to welcome Klopp, with German Jurgen expected to be confirmed as Liverpool's new manager.
Issa Hayatou has been appointed as the acting president of FIFA, but his appointment will do little to improve the
FIFA president Sepp Blatter and UEFA president Michel Platini could each be provisionally suspended for a total of 135 days.
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Its often a sad sight when racism in football over shadows the actual match, but this weekend a player responded brilliantly to fans abusing him.