Former Darlington player Adam Nowakowski has signed a contract worth £1 per week.
Now with Bradford (Park Avenue), Nowakowski is happy to sign the cut-price contract to help his club during these challenging times.
The pandemic is having a major effect on football finances, with clubs currently unsure when supporters when supporters will be able to attend games, and as a consequence, Nowakowski has offered to play for virtually nothing
He explained: “I wanted to give something back to non-league football which has been so good towards me over the years.
“The pandemic means that there is lots of financial unknowns this season, not just for the Avenue but all non-league clubs.
“So, I decided to offer to sign on £1 per week to help support the club during this difficult period.
“I can’t wait to get started and I know all of the squad are looking forward to seeing supports return (under safe government guidelines) following a long period without football.”
Nowakowski joined Darlington from Harrogate Town five years ago and played during the 2015-16 promotion-winning season, the year Quakers won the NPL title with a 7-1 victory at Whitby Town.
He was used as a utility player by manager Martin Gray, more often used as a substitute, before moving to Bradford PA in 2016-17.