Matty Harriott joined Sheffield United from Luton Town, where he had progressed through the youth ranks, in the summer of 2010. He spent most of the 2010-11 season either in the U18 side or the reserves before stepping up to make two first- team appearances, both as a substitute, against Doncaster Rovers in January and in the final match of the season at Swansea. A busy midfield player, Matty featured in both legs of the FA Youth Cup final against Manchester United in May.
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