David Norris, released by Leeds United in February, released again in May by Peterborough United

The midfielder has been released twice in three months.

In 2012 Leeds United snapped up talented midfielder David Norris from Portsmouth. The midfield creator never really settled at Elland Road.

He played plenty of games in his first season, featuring 34 times and scoring four goals. But he suffered a serious knee injury and thigh problem after that, going on to play just two times for Leeds in his last eighteen months at the club.

In February he was released from his contract with the Whites and made a switch to League One outfit Peterborough, his hometown club.

He could not help his new side into the third tier play-off places and ended up playing just the eight games for the club this season.

It seems he did not do enough to impress at London Road. Yesterday it was revealed he would be let go this summer, released for the second time in just three months, as reported by the BBC.

The midfielder is now 34-years-old and certainly beyond his better years. Who knows where he will go this summer. Former clubs such as Portsmouth and Plymouth are currently in League Two - and might prove a good move.

Or he may just decide to hang up his boots.

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