A slow news day in the world of the mighty Bolton Wanderers, but that has not stopped our wandering eye gazing north at the news that the club's former striker Temitope Obadeyi has completed a move from Bury to Scottish Premiership outfit Kilmarnock, themselves managed by former Bolton loanee Allan Johnston.
NEW SIGNING: Tope Obadeyi is our 6th signing of the summer, welcome to Rugby Park! pic.twitter.com/UOx24Ohpto— Kilmarnock FC (@OfficialKillie) July 16, 2014
A somewhat nomadic spirit to say the least, Obadeyi has previously played for Bolton Wanderers, Swindon Town, Rochdale, Shrewsbury Town, Chesterfield, Rio Ave, Bury and Plymouth Argyle before making his way to bonny Scotland today.
Thanks for all the messages :-) Can't wait to get started for @OfficialKillie and here's to a successful season!— Tope Obadeyi (@Topeobadeyi) July 16, 2014
Obadeyi made his senior debut for Bolton as a substitute in the club's 0-1 home Premier League defeat to Wigan on 28 December 2008. Despite numerous loan spells he failed to make his mark at the Reebok and was released in 2012.