Matthew Barnes-Homer: Aldershot sign much-travelled striker
Aldershot have signed their fifth player in eight days after handing a one-year deal to former Macclesfield striker Matthew Barnes-Homer.
The 29-year-old, who scored nine goals for the Silkmen last season, played two games for the Shots on loan in 2004.
Barnes-Homer has a good scoring record in the National League, including 19 goals for Kidderminster in 2008-09 and 18 for Macclesfield in 2012-13.
"I've scored goals wherever I've been," he told the Aldershot website.
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"I was back to my old self last season and enjoying football again.
"I'm already excited about next season and am excited by [manager] Barry Smith's own ambitions.
"Every club I've been at have been challenging for promotion and I want to win things with Aldershot."
Barnes-Homer has also played for Wycombe, Luton, Rochdale (loan), Nuneaton, Forest Green, Cambridge and Tamworth.