Born in Ipswich, Glyn joined Norwich as a trainee but failed
to break into the first team. He joined Rotherham where he converted
from an attacking role into a midfielder. He made 16 appearances
for Rotherham scoring once but has since departed from Millmoor.
According to the Pink Un he later spent some time with
Colchester United before joining King's Lynn in the summer of
1997. Non League Monthly also reports his signing for
King's Lynn but claims that Glyn was with Chelmsford City. As
the Rothman's Football Yearbook 1997-98 does not record
any matches by Glyn with Colchester, it seems likely that he was
Glyn expressed a desire to leave King's Lynn at the end of January
1998 as he was not assured a first team place. He held talks with
Ryman Division Two side Braintree but the money offered was considerably
less. A loan deal was discussed but King's Lynn manager Peter
Morris would not approve such a deal. He fought his way back into
the Linnets side until new manager Gary Mills informed Glyn in
October 1998 that his services were no longer required. The Pink
UN reported that Glyn was being chased by Diss Town, Fakenham,
Ipswich Wanderers and Woodbridge of the Jewson Eastern Counties
League as well as Braintree from the Ryman League. As Glyn has
just started his own haulage business, he was seeking a club that
can match the wages received at King's Lynn in order to support
his new venture in its infancy.
Glyn joined the multitude of former Norwich City youngsters at
Diss Town in mid November 1998. His teammates included fellow
former Linnets Coren Hardy and Matthew
Wright. Glyn transferred to his hometown in the summer of
2001 to join Ipswich Wanderers and on to Clacton in December 2001.
Glynn transferred to Stowmarket Town in the summer of 2002.
Although he later retired, he returned to football in the summer
of 2005 to join Ridgeons League newboys Debenham.