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Sweeney Leaves Boro For Number Two Role At Glebe

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Midfielder Peter Sweeney has departed Bostik League South club Greenwich Borough to take up the assistant-manager`s role at Southern Counties East League Premier Division side Glebe FC.

Sweeney joined Boro at the beginning of the 2015/16 season from their then landlords Dartford and since then has been almost an ever-present in the midfield, putting his massive experience to good use in the eighty-three games he has played.

Sweeney began his career in the youth squad at Millwall where he made his way through the ranks to the first-team where he played in their 2004 FA Cup Final defeat to Manchester United at Cardiff.

Joining Stoke City for £250,000 in the summer of 2005, his three-years there were hampered by injury and resulted in loan spells at both Yeovill Town and Walsall.

He joined Leeds United in January 2008, making just nine appearances for them before joining Grimsby Town for 2009/10 then a lengthy spell at Bury where he made eighty-two appearances for the Shakers.

Twenty-nine appearances in the 2013/14 season for AFC Wimbledon was followed by a moved to Dartford for 2014/15.

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