Happy return as Bath City sign winger Josh Low
Josh Low will return to the ground where he made his senior debut next season after agreeing a deal to sign for Bath City.
The classy winger, 33, was just a teenager when he made his Football League debut for then Twerton Park tenants Bristol Rovers 16 years ago.
Released by Cheltenham Town after four years’ service last week, Low has wasted little time in penning a deal with City. The former Cardiff City and Leicester City man scored 14 times in 121 Cheltenham appearances and helped a Robins side featuring City old boys Sido Jombati and Kaid Mohamed reach the npower League 2 play-off final last term.
“I am really pleased to be joining Bath, I know I am joining a team that will be fighting for promotion next season, and that excites me,” said Low, who is moving to part-time football in order to focus on his law studies.
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“I look forward to working with Adie Britton, someone I have heard many good things about from players that have worked with him in the past.
“I also look forward to playing and scoring at Twerton Park, a ground I made my league debut at when I was 17.”
Low missed last month’s play-off semi-final victory over Torquay United with a knee injury, which also meant he had to sit out the 2-0 final defeat to Crewe at Wembley.
Boss Britton was delighted to secure the services of a player who commanded a £165,000 transfer fee when he moved from Oldham Athletic to Northampton in 2003.
“I have been trying to get Josh for 18 months,” said Britton.
“He is a great professional and one we are particularly pleased to sign. His energy and pace will improve our attacking threat considerably.”