The USA international has struggled for form ever since a poor spell at Forest.

Back in 2011 Nottingham Forest completed an exciting signing that would have had fans of the club undoubtedly excited.

They had secured the signature of USA international striker Robbie Findley.

The attacker had shown great form for his former club Real Salt Lake and arrived at the club in January 2011.

What came next was a disaster.

He immediately picked up a thigh injury in training and did not make his debut until April. He scored on his full debut against rivals Notts County in August 2011 but he struggled for first-team football at the City Ground.

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His lowest point was perhaps an infamous miss against Leicester City in an FA Cup third round replay back in January 2012.

He spent time on loan at Gillingham before eventually having his deal terminated by mutual consent after two poor seasons at Forest.

This week he has been on the move again. However, the 30-year-old has dropped down a level.

Findley signed for Rayo OKC in the NASL, the tier below MLS in the United States. He has struggled to find his feet in his career since leaving Forest – spending time at Real Salt Lake and Toronto FC.

But now he will be playing at a level below what he has in the past in an attempt to kick-start his once fledgling career.

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