On 19 July, Halls featured in a pre-season match for Blackpool, with whom he was on trial. The match was played at Wrexham's Racecourse Ground and finished goalless.
On 26 August, it was announced on the official Sheffield Wednesday website that Halls had joined the club on trial. Halls would play in a friendly against Shrewsbury Town on the 27 August. Halls was rejected by Sheffield Wednesday after failing to impress in that game against Shrewsbury Town.
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