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Peter Henry Sweeney (born 25 September 1984 in Glasgowmarker) is a Scottishmarker professional football midfielder who currently plays for Grimsby Town.



Sweeney started his career at Millwall, where he made his debut in 2002, but he had to wait another year for his big breakthrough. He ultimately played a major role in the Lions' route to the final of the FA Cup, where he started against Manchester United. During his time at Millwall Sweeney won six caps for Scotland at Under-21 level and two caps at England School Boys level.

Stoke City

On 1 July 2005 Sweeney signed for Stoke City for £250,000, but his debut match against Newcastle Townmarker was ruined as he got injured early into the game and was out for three months. On 31 January 2007 (transfer deadline day) Sweeney joined Yeovil Town on loan and returned to Stoke at the end of March at his request.

On 22 November 2007 he signed a two-month loan deal at Walsall and he returned to Stoke upon the expiration of his loan.

Leeds United

Early in the January 2008 transfer window Stoke accepted an undisclosed bid for the midfielder from Leeds United, with whom he swiftly agreed personally terms, and it was announced that he would sign, subject to a medical the following week. He finalised the move on 10 January, joining the club on a two-and-a-half-year deal. Despite starting in the last few games of Dennis Wise reign as Leeds manager, including making his debut away to Crewe and providing the assist for Jermaine Beckford's. winning header Sweeney has failed to established himself under former manager Gary McAllister and new manager Simon Grayson.

Grimsby Town

Sweeney made a loan move in March 2009 to Grimsby Town, signing with Grimsby until the end of the season. He became part of the team that would eventually stave off relegation from the Football League. He was released from his contract at Leeds United, following a one and a half year spell at the club. On 3 July 2009, Sweeney signed a two-year deal with Grimsby Town. He scored his first goal for the club against Rotherham United F.C. in a 2-1 defeat at home.

Sweeney scoring a fantastic goal against his former club Leeds United in the JPT 3-1 loss, a superb Left footed volley from outside the area after Casper Ankergen punched away a corner staight to him, the strike smashed in off the underside of the crossbar.


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