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Jefferson Louis, 45, currently plays for Thame United in the Southern League Division One Central and came second from bottom in last season’s campaign.

He is a unique player interest having played for 42 different clubs, being transferred 47 times over a 28-year career.

Jefferson Louis also has one international cap for Dominica.

Born in Harrow and raised in Harlesden in London, he moved to the area with his mother in Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire at the age of 17. 

He played for a couple local teams including Risborough Rangers and Aylesbury United before in 2001, he got convicted of dangerous driving while disqualified and was sentenced to a year’s imprisonment in Woodhill Prison. 

Jefferson Louis Career Statistics (available via Jefferson Louis – Wikipedia)

Having scored the winning goal against Swindon Town for Oxford United in the FA Cup second round, he was spotted on national television celebrating naked the fact they had drawn Arsenal, his boyhood club, in the next round. 

Louis spent a short period with Maidenhead United before joining Mansfield Town on a three month contract. He was released in the summer 2008 and joined Wrexham the following month. 

Later that year he went on loan to Rushden & Diamonds of which on his debut he made it through only 17 minutes before limping off. 

During his time at Banbury United he became the first player ever to score six league goals in his first six games.

This impressive run of form broke a 50 year old record previously held by United’s all time top goal scorer Tony Jacques. 

His only international cap came in a 2010 World Cup Qualifier where his Dominica team lost to Barbados, playing up front with his cousin Richard Pacquette.

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