Ex Rotherham United Star Searches For New Club

After being released by his previous club, Adam Le Fondre, a striker for Reading and Bolton Wanderers, is looking for a new team.

The 37-year-old was playing for Hibernian, a Premiership team in Scotland, where he scored five goals in thirty games during the previous campaign.

After spending a season on loan at Mumbai City and a protracted stint in the Australian A-League with Sydney FC, he made his way back to the United Kingdom with his move to Easter Road.

Le Fondre has made hundreds of appearances in the English Football League (EFL). He attended Stockport County’s youth in his birthplace before relocating to Rochdale and spending seven seasons in League Two.

Prior to making a high-profile transfer to Reading, where he played a key role in the Championship triumph campaign that set a record and the team’s single season in the top tier during which he scored twelve goals, he had previously played for Rotherham United.

Prior to moving to Australia in 2018, Le Fondre served Wigan Athletic, Bolton Wanderers, and Cardiff City.

“I’d like to thank Brian McDermott and Lee Johnson for bringing me to the club and Nick Montgomery for continued trust in my ability,” he tweeted on social media following the news of his departure from Hibs.

I had an amazing time up north. “What a great group of guys, I appreciate you letting me into the dressing room! “I’m disappointed in how the season went and in some of the people I encountered, but that’s a topic for another day.

A special thank you to the supporters for making me feel so welcome. Hibernian is a genuinely unique club, and I have no doubt that they will achieve great things in the future.


Even though Adam Le Fondre is an experienced player, he might still have something to contribute before he hangs up his boots. Senior players may help clubs strive towards their goals, as seen by players like Chesterfield’s Will Grigg.

In their efforts to develop and prepare for a return to the EFL the following season, a former team like Rochdale might be a suitable place to go. Naturally, everything hinges on Adam Le Fondre’s actions after being released from Hibernian.

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