Sheffield United winger Febian Brandy has returned to his former League One club Walsall, after not being in the plans of Blades boss Nigel Clough.
After joining the Midlands club in July 2012 after a trial, he impressed in his games. Despite the critics’ thoughts, Brandy helped Walsall to a 14th placed finish, fourteen points clear of the relegation zone.
After a successful season with the Saddler’s, newly appointed Sheffield United boss David Weir had his eye on the pocket rocket Brandy.
Brandy made his first appearance at his new club in the opening game of the season; a game in front of the home following against Notts County where he proved to be a big fans favorite.
However, after being a regular starter, he picked up two red cards in October and November which added up to a seven game ban for his troubles.
When he finally returned, current manager Nigel Clough had taken over and the quick Englishman only managed to feature occasionally on the bench for the South Yorkshire club.
Brandy has returned to his previous club of Walsall until the end of the current season.