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Sheffield United have completed the signing of former Birmingham striker Marlon King.
The 33-year-old, who left Birmingham by mutual consent in August, has signed a deal that will keep him at Bramall Lane until the end of the season.
Blades manager David Weir told the club's official website: "Marlon is vastly-experienced and has scored goals throughout his career, many of which that have come in the Championship"
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Sheffield United's new signing Conor Coady has revealed how Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers recommended the move to Bramall Lane.
– Sheffield United midfielder Conor Coady speaking to The Star
Brendan really recommended that I came here, he was really pushing through the move.
When he let me know United were interested he explained that I'd learn so much from playing under David Weir.
I spoke to the Everton lads I know back home who worked with him (Weir) during his time at Goodison (Park) and they all said he's a brilliant coach.
Brendan didn't have to persuade me to come but he did offer me the chance to go on pre-season with Liverpool to Australia and the Far East.
But as soon as I knew what was happening, I wanted to join up with United straight away and get to know the lads.
Liverpool midfielder Conor Coady has agreed a six-month loan deal with League One side Sheffield United.
New Sheffield manager David Weir could return to former club Everton to sign some of their brightest young players, according to Toffees under-21 coach Alan Stubbs.
– Everton under-21 coach Alan Stubbs speaking to the club's official website
I think it's something that we will think about because it's a big club. Davey knows the young lads who could benefit the club and benefit him and, if that's the case, and we see if it's right for the player, then why not?
It will be a great experience for them, but first and foremost we will look and see if it's the right move for the player, because that's what we always do.
We never send lads out on loan and just leave them. We see if it's the right type of club, whether they play the right type of football, whether it will suit them and whether they will look after the player.
David Weir's revolution at Sheffield has begun with four new signings. after the new manager snapped up Walsall striker Fabien Brandy (above), Watford midfielder Stephen McGinn (below), Manchester United youngster Sean McGinty, and Jasper Johns from Everton.
Sheffield United have made former Everton defender David Weir their new manager, signing a three-year deal at Bramall Lane.