BRANDY BECOMES A BLADE BRANDY BECOMES A BLADE

BRANDY BECOMES A BLADE

Striker Febian Brandy has rejected a new two-year contract at Walsall Football Club and agreed terms with The Saddlers League One rivals, Sheffield United, following a successful medical yesterday.
24-year-old striker Febian Brandy has rejected a new two-year contract at Walsall Football Club and agreed terms on a two-year deal with fellow League One side Sheffield United.

Manchester born Brandy joined United aged just nine, and remained with the club until 2010. During his time at Old Trafford he'd also spent time on loan with Swansea City (twice), Hereford United and Gillingham before eventually being released. He had also represented England at various youth levels, including Under-16 and Under-19.

After over six months searching for a club, including unsuccessful trials with Leicester City and Preston North End, Febian signed a short term deal with League One side Notts County, he was released the following June, managing just four first-team appearances.

Following a brief spell with Greek side, Panetolikos he linked up with The Saddlers last summer, and penned a one-year contract, after an appearance in a pre-season game against AFC Telford United.

Febian had become a firm fans' favourite this season, he made thirty-seven first-team appearances for the club and notched seven goals.

Last week Walsall manager Dean Smith had revealed Febian's desire to play in the Championship but also revealed the striker was in talks with Sheffield United.

Febian completed a medical yesterday evening.
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