Wealdstone Football Club are delighted to announce the signing of forward Kieron Cadogan.
The 29-year-old is signed by Dean Brennan for the second time in his career and will be available for selection for Saturday's National League South match against Welling United.
Cadogan played for Arsenal and Fulham at youth level before joining Crystal Palace and signed a professional contract at Selhurst Park in 2008.
The tricky winger netted on his Palace debut against Coventry City in 2009 and made a total of 21 appearances for the Championship side.
A positive loan spell at League Two Rotherham United in 2012 earned the forward a permanent move to Aldershot United and secured an 18-month contract after an initial short-term deal.
Due to relegation and financial difficulty at Aldershot, Cadogan signed for Barnet in October 2013 and left less than 12 months later.
Cadogan moved to Sweden in 2014 and signed for GAIS in the Swedish second division, where he made over 70 appearances across three season before another successful three-season spell with Sutton United in the National League.
In January 2019, Cadogan was signed by Brennan at Billericay Town and the winger then went on loan to National League South rivals Woking. Cadogan played 66 minutes against Wealdstone in the play-off semi-finals and won promotion to the National League with the Cards.