Macclesfield Town are pleased to announce the signing of attacking midfielder Peter Vincenti on a two year deal from Coventry City.
The 32 year old came through the Jersey Football Association's Centre of Excellence and began his career at St Peter.
Peter then moved to Millwall, before making a name for himself at Stevenage where he scored the club's first eve EFL goal in 2010 - against Macclesfield Town!
After making almost over sixty appearances for the Hertfordshire outfit, Peter briefly turned out for Mansfield Town before making the move to Aldershot in January 2011.
Peter would go on to make over one hundred appearances for The Shots, before joining Rochdale in the summer of 2013.
Vincenti accumulated over 130 appearances for The Dale before moving to Coventry City following the Sky Blues' relegation to League Two in 2017.
He made 24 appearances in Coventry's glorious Play-Off winning season - scoring three times.
Peter will take the number twenty shirt and we would like to wish him the best of luck during his time with us.