WE are pleased to announce the signing of former Aldershot Town striker/ winger Alex Rodman on a one-year deal.
Alex atarted out as a schoolboy with Aston Villa and Wolverhampton Wanderers before playing in the youth teams of Arden Forest and Coleshill Town. He started his senior career after signing for Leamington in 2005.
After one season he signed with Grantham Town, leaving them in 2007 before having spells with Lincoln United, Gainsborough Trinity and Nuneaton Borough. He signed for Tamworth in 2008, winning the Conference North title in his first season with the club. After a season-and-a-half of playing for them in the Conference National, Rodman signed for League Two side Aldershot Town in 2011. He also had a loan spell with York City last season.
Alex is also a former England C and England futsal international.
Town fans will remember the player as a winger for Tamworth, the now 26-year-old made 83 appearances for the Lambs, scoring 21 goals.
He is expected to play some part in Tuesday's friendly against Cleethorpes Town.