Former Wrexham and Barrow star Kemy Agustien was set to make his debut for Bradford Park Avenue at Brackley Town on Saturday.
The 33-year-old Curacao international was included in Bradford’s squad for the National League North clash after being snapped up by manager Marcus Law, pictured, on Friday and getting his international clearance.
Before enjoying a stint at Wrexham at the end of last season, Agustien lined up for a host of clubs across a long career, most notably Willem II and AZ Alkmaar in Holland before spells at Birmingham, Swansea and Brighton.
Agustien helped both Birmingham and Swansea earn promotion to the Premier League, featuring in the top flight for four years while at the Welsh club.
The six-foot central midfielder played for his native Netherlands at youth level, from under-15 to under-23, before changing allegiances, first featuring for Curacao in 2015.
After playing football around the world in a number of countries, he returned to the UK to feature for Halesowen Town, then managed by current Avenue assistant Lee Fowler.
Image courtesy of Bradford PA/John Rhodes