Real Kashmir football club have made their intentions clear for the next season I-League as they have announced the signed of talented striker from England.
In a statement issued Real Kashmir announced that it has signed Kallum Higginbothom from Dunfermline Athletic, Scotland. The announcement also include picture of Real Kashmir coach David Robertson with the 30 year old striker.
“RKFC is delighted to announce the signing of Kallum Higginbothom from Dunfermline Athletic, Scotland. Kallum is an experienced striker who has played at the highest level in the UK. Kallum has played for top teams such as Huddersfield Town, Motherwell, Kilmarnock and Motherwell,” Real Kashmir statement read.
As per available records on internet, Kallum Michael Higginbotham is an English footballer who plays as a winger. He can also play as a striker.
Higginbotham started his football career as a youth player at Salford City and then in Oldham Athletic’s reserve squad. Having failed to break into the first team at Boundary Park, Higginbotham joined League One side Rochdale in 2007. He was later loaned to Accrington Stanley, having fallen out of favour. He joined Scottish First Division side Falkirk in June 2010, where he enjoyed two successful seasons with the club. Higginbotham left Falkirk in 2012 and joined Huddersfield Town, where he spent the majority of his time on loan at Barnsley, Carlisle and Motherwell. Higginbotham failed to establish himself at Huddersfield and subsequently joined newly promoted Scottish Premiership side Partick Thistle in 2013. After spending a season with Kilmarnock, Higginbotham moved to newly promoted Scottish Championship side Dunfermline Athletic in 2016 where he spent three seasons. Higginbotham was released by Dunfermline Athletic in May 2019 after spending three seasons with the side.