Following last week`s arrival of Frenchman Antoine Recizac, Bradford Park Avenue manager Mark Bower has made a second new signing in experienced wide player Adam Smith.
Thirty-three-year-old Smith brings a wealth of experience from his League days with Chesterfield and, more recently, with Avenue`s league rivals Alfreton Town and Gainsborough Trinity.
He has also played in the National League for York City, Mansfield Town, Lincoln City, FC Halifax Town, Wrexham and Guiseley AFC.
He is principally regarded as a right-winger, but he can operate on either flank.
He played eighteen games for Bower when he was manager at Guiseley and the manager told the clubs official website: “Adam has had a few injuries over the years but in the short time I worked with him at Guiseley I could see the quality he had and if we can get him fully fit and firing he will be a great addition to the squad.”
Smith will be available for tomorrow`s game against Nuneaton Town.
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