Brackley Town have signed much-travelled striker Matthew Barnes-Homer.
Beginning his career at Wolverhampton Wanderers, Barnes-Homer had spells in the United States with Rochester Raging Bulls, the beautifully-named Syracuse Salty Dogs and Virginia Beach Mariners before having his first spell with Aldershot Town in 2004.
He then turned out for Hednesford Town, Bromsgrove Rovers, Tividale, Willenhall Town and, briefly, Wycombe Wanderers before enjoying a successful spell at Kidderminster Harriers – where he scored 35 goals in 100 appearances –then Luton Town (18 goals in 2010/11) and his first season at Macclesfield, when he scored 23 goals in 2012/13.
A powerful and versatile goal poacher, he has also played in the National League (Conference) for Forest Green Rovers and Cambridge United in a career which boasts almost 100 goals in under 300 appearances.
Capped five times by England C, he returned to Kidderminster on loan in 2015/16 and played for Farnborough before having another stint in the fourth tier of football in the USA with Wilmington Hammerheads.