Ada, Patrick

Birth Date

14th January 1985


Yaoundé, Cameroon



Biographical Text

Patrick Ada played half-a-dozen Conference games for Exeter City in 2006/07 before leaving on loan to St Albans City halfway through his only season.    

After playing for Redbridge, Patrick was signed by Barnet in March 2005 where he made two substitute appearances. However he was released after just two months and, following a short spell at Stevenage Borough, joined St Albans City helping them win promotion to the Conference in May 2006. 

He then headed off for full-time football with Exeter City in July 2006 and, after featuring for City’s reserve team, Patrick made his first-team debut on 3 October 2006 as a substitute against Grays Athletic. He then made a further five league appearances before rejoining St Albans City on loan in January 2007. 

Patrick was released by Exeter in May 2007 and moved to Histon where he was a virtual ever-present in the club’s first  season in the Conference. He was then given an opportunity in the Football League with Crewe Alexandra where he made 57 league appearances between 2009 and 2011. Patrick subsequently signed a two-year deal with Kilmarnock in June 2011 but was released the following February. Short spells at Burton Albion and Ebbsfleet followed before he was sentenced to five years in prison after being convicted of rape in December 2012.



Exeter City

League 6; FA Cup 1 (7)



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