RUSHALL OLYMPIC FC
RUSHALL OLYMPIC FC
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A towering, extremely strong and mobile French attacking player who arrived at Dales Lane during summer 2016 having ended the 2016-16 campaign with Evo-Stik League Southern Division One Central outfit Bedford Town. He began his career in European senior football playing in the Ukraine for FC Metalurh Donetsk and later spent season 2006–07 on loan to fellow Ukrainian First League side FC Stal Alchevsk and then the following campaign with Belgian side K.F.C. Germinal Beerschot. In August 2008 he moved to Cyprus and linked up with Apollon Limassol and before playing on loan for PAEEK and then moving to feature for the know defunct Spanish side SE Eivissa-Ibiza. In October 2009 he was one of four new players brought to Darlington by new manager Steve Staunton and signed a short term contract after receiving international clearance to officially complete his signing. His first goal for The Quakers came in a 3-1 FA Cup defeat at Barnet in November 2009, but later found himself one of several players released early from their contracts towards the end of the 2009–10 season, having netted 6 goals in 23 appearances, as they suffered relegation from the Football League to the Conference National as bottom markers. He later returned to France and featured for UJA Maccabi Paris Métropole during the 2013-14 campaign, before returning to the UK for season 2014-15 and linking up with Hereford United, until until December 2014, when the club was wound up in the High Court after a petition had been brought against it by HM Revenue and Customs. Following the demise of The Bulls, his next port of call was Gloucester City during January 2015, before moving on to Redditch United prior to the March 2015 transfer deadline. During summer 2015 he spent a short time with Rushall Olympic, before beginning the 2015-16 campaign with Evo-Stik League Premier Division neighbours Sutton Coldfield Town. However, after netting five goals in nine games he moved on to Bedford Town In October 2015, teaming up with former Hereford manager Jon Taylor.

Joined Redditch United in February 2017...