Anthony Stokes is on the lookout for his fifth club in under two years after his release from Adana Demirspor was confirmed.
A well known face within the SPFL, Stokes has spent time with Celtic, Falkirk and Hibs over the course of his career. The 31-year-old signed a deal with the Turkish club during the summer.
It has since been terminated though, with a club statement on Twitter reading: “The contract of Anthony Stokes was terminated after a report of the club’s technical committee and the decision of the board of directors.”
Stokes goes on the club hunt again after Adana Demirspor departure
This was the tenth club of the Irishman’s professional career. Since a third spell at Hibs last year, Stokes has played in Greece for Apollon Smyrni before a move to Iran to play for Tractor Sazi followed.
Stokes made six appearances for Turkish club Adana, scoring once. His most prolific spells came with both Celtic and Hibs, where he scored a combined 122 goals.
He’s on the club hunt again though as he looks to find a permanent home he can potentially flourish at for a sustained period of time.
It’ll be interesting to see where Stokes goes from here.