Kyle Lafferty has returned to Scottish football – joining seventh-tier club Johnstone Burgh, on a two-year deal.
The Northern Ireland international, who earned 85 caps, was released by Kilmarnock earlier this year for disciplinary reasons.
Before that he was handed a 10-game SFA ban for using sectarian language in October.
Lafferty went on to join Linfield after his exit from Scotland, but failed to score in eight games and was not offered an extension to his short-term contract.
The 35-year-old won three league titles between 2008-11 with Rangers, plus a Scottish Cup and two League Cup titles.
He was also part of the Kilmarnock side that won the Championship in the 2021-22 season, and played for 15 different clubs in his 18-year career including Burnley, Norwich City, Hearts and Sunderland.
Johnstone Burgh also signed former Scotland midfielder Graham Dorrans at the end of last season.
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