The striker completed his move to Arrows on Thursday, after he turned down SuperSport United’s initial advances
Norman Smith seemed destined to be a SuperSport United player, however he could not agree personal terms with the club and no agreement was made.
The former Jomo Cosmos striker received late interest from Lamontville Golden Arrows and was in Durban on Thursday tying up his transfer to play for the team.
Smith has had a solid career playing for various PSL clubs, including an impressive tenure at Arrows between 2005 and 2008. He was capped 41 times during this period and was able to score consistently for the club.
He returns to Durban after a four-year hiatus where he plied his trade at Supersport United, Maritzburg United and Jomo Cosmos.
The thirty-year old has been capped three times by the national team and he will be a good addition to the striking department for Arrows, adding depth and experience to their squad.
He signed a 2 year contract with Golden Arrows according to their official website.