Gregory “Greg” Halford is an English football player who features for the English Premier League club Sunderland. He has been loaned out to Coca Cola Championship club Sheffield United and plays as a right back.

Greg Halford started his professional club football career at Colchester United in 2002 and was a regular for them for five seasons, scoring 24 goals in 150 league matches. He made his first team debut against Luton Town in April 2003 and became a huge played for Colchester in the subsequent years.

In 2007 Reading came calling and signed him for 2.25 million pounds on a contract that would keep him at the club until the 2010 summer. But after just 3 league matches, he moved to Sunderland on a four-year deal for 3.5 million pounds and made his debut for the Black Cats against Darlington in a friendly match in July 2007. He made his debut in league for Sunderland in August 2007 against Birmingham City.

Position Defender
Born 8 Dec 1984
Nationality England England
Team History
Hashtag United F.C. 2022 - present
Billericay Town FC Billericay Town 2022
Southend United FC Southend Utd 2020 - 2021
Waterford United F.C Waterford Utd F.C 2021
1255 aberdeen f c Aberdeen F.C. 2019
439 cardiff city fc Cardiff City 2017 - 2018
551 rotherham united fc Rotherham Utd 2015 - 2017
276 birmingham city Birmingham City 2015 - 2016 (loan)
513 brighton hove albion fc Brighton 2014 - 2015 (loan)
381 nottingham forest Nottingham 2012 - 2015
83 portsmouth fc Portsmouth 2011 - 2012
83 portsmouth fc Portsmouth 2010 - 2011 (loan)
428 wolverhampton wanderers fc Wolverhampton 2009 - 2011
91 sheffield united fc Sheffield 2008 - 2009 (loan)
291 sunderland afc Sunderland 2007 - 2009
93 charlton athletic fc Charlton Athletic 2008 (loan)
Colchester United FC Colchester Utd 2002 - 2007
85 reading fc Reading 2007
Braintree Town F.C. 2003 (loan)
Aylesbury United F.C. 2003 (loan)

But Greg Halford was not quite considered a huge played at Sunderland and has played on loan for Charlton Athletic since. He is currently on loan at Sheffield United in the Championship.

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