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Former Premiership Star Glen Little Signs for the Stones

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Wealdstone have signed vastly experienced Glen Little, 37, and he will be available to join the squad travelling to Maidstone United for the league opener on Saturday provided international clearance can be obtained in time from the Football Association of Wales.

The 6’3″ player made his name as a flying winger in a very successful career that started in Ireland whilst on loan from Crystal Palace, turning out for Derry City and Glentoran whom he helped win the Irish Cup in 1996 scoring a memorable goal.

Something of a cult hero at his last club Wrexham, Little has also previously played for Burnley, Crystal Palace, Sheffield United and Aldershot Town. He has also appeared in the Premier League for Bolton Wanderers, Reading and Portsmouth, amassing over 500 professional appearances, scoring 66 goals. Little played in some big European games for Portsmouth in their only European season when he played against AC Milan

Little, who scored in a squad friendly at AFC Hayes on Wednesday evening is more likely to feature in a central midfield role for Stones but his experience will be of huge value for the side’s young players.

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