Aram Soleman | Midfield




West Bromwich
5ft 10"


Hard-working right-sided midfielder who made the switch to Keys Park in October 2021 after a spell at Vanarama National League North side Guiseley

A former trainee at hometown club West Bromwich Albion, Soleman was a first year professional at the Hawthorns during the 2017-2018 season before being released. He joined the Solihull Moors U18 side in the summer and spent three months at Damson Park before stepping down to step five of non-league football to join Coventry United


The midfielder did well in his first spell in senior football, making seventeen starts for the Midland Football League side and scoring eight times. This caught the eye of sides higher up the pyramid, with Rushall Olympic snapping him up in March 2019 in a deal that ran until the end of the season

After leaving Dales lane in the summer of 2019, he trialled for Guiseley, alongside his former Solihull Moors youth team-mate Reiss McNally. Both players earned deals under Guiseley manager Marcus Bignot, a man both players knew well from their time at Solihull

The 2019-2020 season saw Soleman play fleetingly for Guiseley before the season as brought to a halt and voided due to the coronavirus pandemic. The player agreed to a new deal at Nethermoor for the following season but departed shortly after the start of the 2020-2021 season to move back to the Midlands and join Bromsgrove Sporting

His short spell at the Victoria Ground ended in October 2020 with a move to league rivals Tamworth, where he was to play a handful of games for the Lambs before there season was once again halted and voided due to the pandemic

Soleman re-signed for Coventry United - now playing in the United Counties League Premier - for a short spell in August 2021 before going to Northern Premier League side Matlock Town on trial and earning himself a deal in October 2021; he made only two substitute appearances at Causeway Lane however before making a return to Guiseley. This move was only to last a couple of weeks, however, as the made the move to Hednesford ahead of their league trip to St. Ives Town


* Denotes playing records removed after 2019/20 and 2020/21 seasons were voided due to coronavirus pandemic