Transfer confirmed as former fox makes return to EFL action and a new adventure in football appear for 30 year old defender

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To keep tabs on all former foxes are a tall order, but whenever a name turns up in a headline, you are of coures thrilled to see them getting new chances elsewhere as their career at Leicester came to an end. To represent Leicester at any level is not for everyone and as fans should understand you must have a massive talent to get a life as a professional within the game.

Luke O’Neill made a new switch in football when he left Kettering Town to again play in one of the four top leagues in the country signing a contract with League 2 club Stevenage.

Luke O’Neill played for Leicester from 2008 to 2011 and among those few to have played just once for the club with his single appearance coming in a game vs. Sheffield United back in 2009. He left the club and joined Mansfield Town with the former England U.19 international impressing during a two year spell with The Staggs and being sold to Burnley.

Things never worked well for O’Neill at Burnley and again just one single appearance for The Clarets before a new move happened, moving to Southend. He has build up a grand number of appearances over the years also including periods with AFC Wimbledon, Gillingham and Kettering Town as well as loan spells at York City, Scunthorpe United and Leyton Orient. Footwear Sale, New Styles Added, and Free Shipping With Code: SHIPFW

This will be a new chapter for a player that we all thought good be a good alternative at Leicester, but instead moved on and as O’Neill has seen life in football from many different angles as his career now is in his fall and at 30 hopefully getting an exciting spell with Stevenage.

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