Remember the name? Kaid Mohamed. The attacker played for Bristol Rovers during the dreaded 2013/14 season after joining the club on loan from Port Vale. During his time at The Gas he played a total of 21 games as the club were relegated out of the English Football League on the final day of the season with a 1–0 defeat to Mansfield Town. The Welshman scored four goals for Rovers. Yesterday it was announced the winger has signed for Welsh side Haverfordwest County AFC. The club play their football in the Welsh Football League Division One. Haverfordwest County become the 34 year-old’s 24th different club having played for the likes of Swindon Town, AFC Wimbledon, Cheltenham Town, Accrington Stanley and Northampton Town His most successful years came at Bath City where he scored better than a goal every three games, scoring 26 in 65 appearances. But it was form he was never to replicate again. Haverfordwest County AFC are currently third in their league, with Mohamed expected to be available this weekend to make his debut when the club host Pontypridd Town in round three of the Welsh Cup.