Bolton Wanderers have announced the signing of well-travelled Jamaica international forward Clayton Donaldson on a 1-year deal, the club announced yesterday afternoon.
Donaldson, 34, started his career at Hull City in 2002 where he scored on his debut in a Football League Trophy game against Port Vale before gaining some first-team experience with Harrogate Town (twice), Scarborough and Halifax Town. After his release from the Tigers, he spent 2 years at National League side York City where he scored on average every other game before a season at Hibernian in Scotland.
In 2008, he joined Crewe for an undisclosed fee under the management of current England assistant manager Steve Holland, top-scoring in League 2 in his final season (getting 28 in the league) before joining Brentford in the summer of 2011. After another couple of 3 year-spells with the West London team then Birmingham City, he joined Sheffield United last summer but was released after scoring 5 times in 29 games.
He joins Ben Amos (who was at Crewe as a youngster before he joined Manchester United) who have a connection with the Alex.