Adam Smith (footballer Born February 1985)

Adam Smith (footballer Born February 1985)

Nathan Adam Smith (born 20 February 1985), more commonly known as Adam Smith, is an English footballer who plays for Lincoln City as a winger.

Smith came through the youth ranks at Chesterfield, who had originally spotted him playing local football. He broke into the first team squad in 2001 and made his debut a year later. He was forced to undergo knee surgery in 2005 and has suffered several injuries during his career. He was loaned out to Lincoln City in 2008 and was released by Chesterfield after seven seasons at the club, after which he moved down to play in non-League football with Gainsborough Trinity, York City and Mansfield Town.

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