Former Aberdeen and English Premier League ace goes viral for chucking his ex's clothes out – Scottish Daily Express

The clip was shared on social media and received thousands of views with the former English Premier League star explaining himself on Twitter.
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An ex-Aberdeen footballer and former Premier League player has been recorded lobbing the belongings of his "cheating ex" out on social media.
Greg Halford clocked up 29 top-flight appearances during spells with Reading, Wolves and Sunderland and also played in the Scottish Premiership with the Dons in 2019.
But the 38-year-old former defender has now made headlines after slamming his ex-partner with a damning video on Twitter, reports the Mirror.
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In a clip shared with his 43, 000 followers Twitter followers, Halford can be seen hurling a number of items such as several branded shoe boxes, out of a window in his house.
The video is captioned: "Been far, far too long but finally clearing out the cheating c**t ex stuff."
Fans raced to comment on the video, with a couple of mischievous posters quipping that the former Colchester man, who had an impressive long throw, had proved that he still had it.
Halford came through the ranks at Colchester, where he played at every level in the EFL, but he was snapped up by Reading and given a taste of Premier League football back in January 2007.
The journeyman veteran, who is still playing in non-league for Hashtag United, has turned out for no less than 17 clubs in his senior career.
Hashtag United, who were founded by YouTube star Spencer Owen, are a well-known online entity who currently play in the Isthmian League North Division, the eighth tier of English football.
Halford, who also won a handful of caps for England at U20 level, also had a spell playing for Waterford in the League of Ireland Premier Division before he returned to the English non-league scene back in 2021.
He didn't win any major honours during his career in England's professional league but he was promoted with Cardiff City, who finished as runners-up in the Championship, back in the 2017/18 campaign and he was also named in the PFA's League One team of the year back in 2006.
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