The Evo-Stik League Southern
Published 19th March 2012
....had signed forms to play for the Evo-Stik League Southern Division One Central club for the remainder of the season.
After a long career which has seen him play for a number of Football League clubs, Owusu has most recently been with Barnet, with a short loan spell at Hayes & Yeading United - but the Ghanaian striker now rejoins his first club as a free agent.
Owusu, now 35, started his career with Slough, his home-town club, rising through the ranks at youth and reserve team level before breaking into the first-team in September 1996.
He made his debut in a 2-0 home win against Bromsgrove Rovers in the Conference and marked his full league debut for the club in style with four goals in a 6-0 win over Telford United.
In all, Owusu scored eighteen goals in fifty-nine appearances for Slough before being sold to Brentford in 1998 in the midst of the club's "summer of hell" which saw the club expelled from the Conference. He enjoyed his most successful spell in League football with the Bees, scoring seventy-six goals for the club in two spells.
Owusu also enjoyed spells at Sheffield Wednesday and Reading, before having spells at Yeovil Town, Cheltenham Town, Brighton and Adelaide United in the Australian 'A' League. In addition, he has played four times for Ghana, having earned his first cap in 2005.
Last season, Owusu joined Luton Town, scoring six times in thirteen appearances as the Hatters sought promotion from the Conference, before having short spells at Barnet and Hayes & Yeading.
The striker has been injured recently, but has registered to play for the club for the remainder of the season and help former team-mate Steve Bateman with the club's promotion push.
He came off the bench in Saturday`s important victory.