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Striker makes 45th move of his playing career

Striker Jefferson Louis got himself in the headlines once again as he makes his 45th move of his playing career by signing for National League South side St Albans City.

The 40 year old joins following a short stint at Hampton & Richmond Borough, and in his first four games for the Saints, he managed to score twice.

He made his Football League debut for Oxford United in 2002, making over 50 appearances for them until 2004, which he also managed to do for Wealdstone ten years later.

In 2008, Louis also played for Dominica in a World Cup qualifier against Barbados.

HIS CAREER STATS:


1996–1998 – Risborough Rangers – 49 apps (19 goals)
1998–2000 – Thame United
2000–2001 – Aylesbury United – 14 apps (5 goals)
2001–2002 – Thame United
2002–2004 – Oxford United – 55 apps (7 goals)
2003 → Woking (loan) – 8 apps (0 goals)
2004 → Gravesend & Northfleet (loan) – 5 apps (2 goals)
2004 Forest Green Rovers – 8 apps (1 goal)
2004–2005 – Woking – 23 apps (3 goals)
2005 – Bristol Rovers – 9 apps (0 goals)
2005 – Hemel Hempstead Town – 1 apps (1 goal)
2005 – Lewes – 2 apps (0 goals)
2005 – Worthing – 6 apps (2 goals)
2005–2006 – Stevenage Borough – 18 apps (6 goals)
2006 – Eastleigh – 6 apps (1 goal)
2006–2007 – Yeading – 8 apps (4 goals)
2007 – Havant & Waterlooville – 20 apps (5 goals)
2007–2008 – Weymouth – 21 apps (7 goals)
2008 – Maidenhead United – 3 apps (0 goals)
2008 – Mansfield Town – 18 apps (4 goals)
2008–2009 – Wrexham – 42 apps (15 goals)
2009–2010 – Crawley Town – 18 apps (5 goals)
2009–2010 → Rushden & Diamonds (loan) – 26 apps (7 goals)
2010–2011 – Gainsborough Trinity – 9 apps (1 goal)
2010–2011 → Darlington (loan) – 6 apps (0 goals)
2011 – Weymouth – 1 apps (0 goals)
2011 – Hayes & Yeading United – 10 apps (1 goal)
2011 – Maidenhead United – 12 apps (3 goals)
2011–2012 – Brackley Town – 8 apps (13 goals)
2012 – Lincoln City – 14 apps (6 goals)
2012 – Newport County – 17 apps (2 goals)
2012 → Whitehawk (loan) – 6 apps (4 goals)
2013 – Brackley Town – 24 apps (7 goals)
2013–2014 – Hendon – 25 apps (22 goals)
2014 – Margate – 17 apps (9 goals)
2014 – Lowestoft Town – 15 apps (3 goals)
2014–2016 – Wealdstone – 57 apps (18 goals)
2016 – Staines Town – 10 apps (3 goals)
2016–2017 – Oxford City – 29 apps (8 goals)
2017 – Banbury United – 21 apps (13 goals)
2017–2018 – Chesham United 23 apps (8 goals)
2018 – Farnborough – 6 apps (2)
2018–2019 – Chesham United – 45 apps (12 goals)
2019 – Hampton & Richmond Borough – 6 apps (1 goal)

 

Social media users gave their astonished reaction to the journeyman’s move whilst others gave their memories of him – see what they wrote on the next page.

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