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Former Oxford man signs for his thirtieth playing club

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Lowestoft have signed journeyman striker Jefferson Louis a two year contract.

Former Oxford Player Louis signs for thirtieth club

Former Oxford Player Louis signs for thirtieth club

Lowestoft Town Football Club will be the thirtieth club for the much travelled striker, who has played at football league level with Oxford United, Bristol Rovers and Mansfield Town.

Louis started his career playing for Risborough Rangers and Thame United before joining football league side Oxford United in February 2002.

Since then the thirty-five year old striker has played for a number of teams, including Woking, Bristol Rovers, Havant & Waterlooville, Wrexham and Crawley Town just to name a few.

Town will this season be playing at the highest level in the clubs history this coming season, after winning promotion to the Conference South.


Director of Football Craig Fleming said about Louis’ signing “I’ve been watching him all year and he’s not just a great target man, as he also has strength and a fantastic technique.”


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