Glen Southam was a young midfielder, who failed to break out of the youth team at Spurs, but went on to play for a number of years at other clubs.
Featuring in the youth sides of Spurs and Fulham, Glen dropped down to non-league with Enfield and then Bishop's Stortford to get his career kick-started and he won three player of the Year awards at the Hertfordshire club before he was spotted by Dagenham & Redbridge, where he was signed to help them go through the non-league ladder and into the Football League. An injury saw him spend some time recuperating at Boreham Wood, where he got some competitive action.
Released by the Daggers, Glen spent a short spell at Hereford United in 2009 saw him get some first team action, but in October his contract was ended by mutual consent, seeing Southam move on to Histon, who were well funded, for the latter part of the 2009-10 season and again rose to a good non-league level before the money ran out, leaving the midfielder to find his way back into the league with Barnet. Spent the 2010-11 season battling against relegation, but was released at the end of the season, which saw him have four different managers.
Since then, Glen has spent time in non-league working his way across the South-East of England.
A nippy runner, Glen has a good passing game and reads play well, but may be a little on the light-weight side in the hurly-burly of lower league midfields.
Has been selected for the England C (non-league) side.