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Little Continues Big Comeback

After being sidelined for a year, Glen Little has taken another step towards making his long awaited Reading return.

Little started for the reserves in their 2-0 home win over Portsmouth reserves, putting in a good performance, before being substituted after 67 minutes.

Despite lacking in match fitness, Little showed glimpses of his old self, with some nice touches and trademark runs.

He nearly got on the score sheet as well, but his fifth minute shot was well saved by Jordan in the Pompey goal.

It's looking increasingly likely that despite many fears, we will see Glen in a Reading shirt before the end of the season and if all goes to plan, he could be back in time for the home game with Fulham.




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Writer: Chris Kitley Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday April 2 2008

Time: 6:55PM

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20 mins at Newcastle to ease his way back then A full start simple as!
MASTER-RFC
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03/04/2008 14:04:00

didnt realise he was still with you lot
mick66owl
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04/04/2008 20:01:00

He must be itching to get on this weekend against Fulham!
MASTER-RFC
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08/04/2008 19:50:00

Come on Little come off the bench and place a perfect ball to Doyle to score the winner in the 89th min!
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12/04/2008 10:20:00

 

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