Narada Bernard is one of the few players to move from Tottenham Hotspur to Arsenal, but he failed to find success there and dropped down into the lower and non-leagues to find a new home.
Starting at Tottenham as a youth team player, he was made a first year trainee in 1997, but went to Arsenal as a trainee and signed professional there, making the reserve side with Ashley Cole, although he never made the first team.
Left to join Bournemouth where he stayed for three injury hit years, before he moved on and played at many a non-league club in an attempt to find first team football, but has not stayed anywhere very long.
Did get called up to play for Jamaica in the Unity Cup played at Charlton Athletic's The Valley and was a substitute in a 0-1 defeat to the Republic of Ireland in June 2004.
In 2009, Narada went on loan from Maidenhead United to Bishops Stortford for a month, with the move to the Hertfordshire club being made permanent, but at the end of the season Narada moved on to Margate, then to Windsor & Eton for the 2010-11 season. In 2011, he signed for St. Albans City.