Ryman League Division One North club Chatham Town have lost much-travelled striker Jean Michel-Sigere, who has….
….signed for Ryman Division One South outfit Crawley Down Gatwick.
Martinique-born Sigere started his career in France with Bordeaux playing in their reserve team in the fourth tier of French football from 1997 to 1999.
Whilst with Bordeaux, Sigere made an appearance for France under-20s in 1997.
He had a spell on loan with Lusitanons Saint-Maur in 1999, before travelling to England to join Rushden & Diamonds on loan in March 2000.
Sigere played seven games in League football for the sadly now defunct Diamonds before moving to Stevenage Borough in the Conference Premier.
He went on to join Margate in 2002 for £7,500, and played forty-nine times, scoring nine goals in his eighteen-month stay at Hartsdown Park.
He then had spells with Hornchurch, Heybridge Swifts, Gravesend & Northfleet and Lewes.
In his first season with the Rooks, he was the club’s top goal scorer with twenty-three goals in forty-one appearances. He was loaned out to Horsham before returning to Lewes.
He then signed for Lewes’ rivals Eastbourne Borough, before being loaned to Horsham again in October 2008 for three months.
More moves to Farnborough Town, Lewes again, Margate again, St Albans City and Walton & Hersham followed before signing for Grays Athletic in June 2011.
It was from the Essex outfit that Sigere joined the Chats last summer.