|Full name||Bradley Grayson|
|Date of birth||2 January 1993|
|2014–2015||Stocksbridge Park Steels|
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 12:57, 13 August 2010 (UTC).
Born in Doncaster, Yorkshire, England, pacey front-man Grayson made his debut for Rovers on 10 August 2010 in the Football League Cup clash with Accrington Stanley which ended in a 2–1 home defeat at the Keepmoat Stadium, coming on as a second-half substitute for James Hayter. He was released at the end of the season and joined local side Frickley Athletic. He enjoyed an impressive pre-season at the Tech5 Stadium, scoring the winner in the 1-0 victory over Barnsley Grayson went on to sign for Matlock Town where he stayed for nine months before leaving in March 2013 to sign for Swedish Division Three side Ånge IF, Grayson cited his desire to play for a professional football club again was his reason for leaving but stated he would love to return to Matlock Town if the move didn't work out for him. Grayson spent seven months in Sweden scoring 24 goals as Ånge IF won promotion from the third division. After the season was over, Grayson played a trial match with Superettan side GIF Sundsvall. After impressing in a trial match Grayson was asked to go for a long term trial but Grayson returned to England. In 2014 Grayson moved to South Australian side Cumberland FC. Grayson scored 8 goals in 12 matches before travelling back for pre season with former club Doncaster Rovers as John Ryan was going to take over the club for a second spell, the takeover fell through and Grayson left the club. Grayson went on the play for Stocksbridge Park Steels where he finished top goal scorer for the club with an impressive finish to the season and securing a move to Loyola in the top league of the Philippines, United Football League. Grayson finished the UFL season on a high scoring 9 goals in 6 league games and scored in every league game he played in.
- "Grayson leaves Matlock with a heavy heart but Swedish switch is too appealing". Derby Telegraph. Retrieved 2013-03-29.
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