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Kyle Bartley chose to end Sheffield United loan - Adams

Kyle Bartley in action for Arsenal against Olympiakos
Bartley played in the Champions League for Arsenal in December 2009

Sheffield United manager Micky Adams has said it was Arsenal defender Kyle Bartley's decision to end his season-long loan spell at the Blades.

The Arsenal defender opted for a loan move to Rangers when the Blades signed Neill Collins from Leeds on Monday.

Adams told BBC Radio Sheffield: "We wanted to bring in another centre-half and Kyle felt it would maybe hinder his selection and wanted to leave.

"If people want to leave the club, I'm not going to stand in their way."

Bartley was in his second loan spell at Bramall Lane, having originally joined for three months in February 2010.



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see also
Arsenal loan Bartley to Rangers
31 Jan 11 |  Rangers
Collins completes Blades switch
31 Jan 11 |  Sheff Utd
Arsenal's Bartley rejoins Blades
10 Aug 10 |  Sheff Utd
Blades sign young Gunner Bartley
09 Feb 10 |  Sheff Utd


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