Former Bristol Rovers striker Jefferson Louis is on the move again. The journeyman has represented a whopping 41 clubs so far in his career and is still going strong at the age of 43.
He has been snapped up by Thame United on a free transfer and has joined them for a third time. He has played in the Football League before but has spent the past decade or so plying his trade in non-league.
Bristol Rovers days
Bristol Rovers swooped to sign the veteran in 2005 after he caught the eye playing for Woking and he was brought in to add more competition and depth to the club’s attacking department. He went on to play 10 times for the Gas but didn’t score.
He then hit the road again after his four-month spell at the Memorial Ground and subsequently linked up with Hemel Hempstead Town. The Pirates were in League Two when he played for them.
Louis, who is a Dominica international with a single cap to his name, has also notably featured for the likes of Mansfield Town, Newport County, Lincoln City, Wrexham, Oxford United and Forest Green Rovers among his never ending list of clubs he has represented in the past.
He left North Leigh over the summer and has now joined Thame as he looks to keep his career going. They play in the Southern League Division One Central and finished 8th last term.