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Matt Smith

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Born
1989 (32 years old)

Birth Place
Birmingham, England

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6 ft 6 in (1.98 m)

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Millwall

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Mathieu James Smith (born 7 June 1989) is an English professional footballer who plays as a striker for Championship club Millwall.

Smith spent a year as a trainee at Cheltenham Town, before being released at the age of 18. He then gained non-league football experience with New Mills, whilst studying at the University of Manchester. He made his debut for New Mills in the North West Counties Premier League as a substitute against Silsden in October 2008, scoring in a 2–0 win. He went on to play a crucial role in the club's amazing 21 game winning run, scoring 13 goals over the season including a hat trick against Alsager Town in April 2009. As he was due to spend a year studying in America, he left the Millers that summer.

Upon his return to England, ahead of the 2010–11 season and his final year of University, Smith signed for Redditch United in the Conference North. He initially went on a short-term loan with Littleton, scoring an impressive nine goals in three games. Upon returning to Redditch United, Smith scored five goals in five starts and subsequently moved to Droylsden in September 2010, largely due to the clubs close proximity to Manchester University, where he was returning for his final year of studies. Smith rejoined Redditch in December, before making a final move to Solihull Moors in February 2011, where he scored twelve goals in fourteen appearances. He finished the season having scored 32 goals, 23 of which were in the Conference North, making him one of the league's leading scorers in the 2010–11 season.


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3 appearances in the current 2021-2022 Season


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