- Position: Forward
- Number: TBC
- Age: 40
Williams began his career with Stirling Albion, where he exploded onto the scene as a teenager, scoring 21 times in 61 appearances, and being linked to moves to Spurs and Charlton.
Williams headed to Greenock Morton in 2002 for £50,000, where he scored 39 goals, before a short loan spell at Queen of the South.
In Summer 2005, Williams joined Clyde, and made an instant impact, scoring 3 minutes into his début against Brechin City in the Scottish Challenge Cup. Williams finished as Clyde's top scorer that season, scoring 13 league goals.
Williams moved to Australia in Summer 2006, and joined Armadale before returning to Scotland to join Ross County. He only played a handful of games for County, as injury disrupted his time there.
Williams then joined up with old team Clyde in January 2007, when he was re-signed after playing as a trialist in a series of matches. Williams' contract with Clyde expired in May 2007. It was not renewed, and he subsequently left the club.
He joined Ayr United in July 2007 and proved a hit with the Somerset Park faithful, scoring plenty goals for the club, including two tremendous strikes away to Raith Rovers in the 07/08 season.
In the 08/09 Scottish Cup, he ensured his place in Ayr United history by scoring a last minute equaliser against local rivals Kilmarnock to earn a replay and much needed cash boost for the club.
On June 8 2009, his contract with Ayr was terminated by mutual consent, and he subsequently signed for Dundalk in the League of Ireland, where he scored on his début.
Williams signed for St. Patrick's Athletic in January 2010. Alex scored on his St.Pat's debut vs Wexford Youths FC in a pre-season friendly, the Saints won 3-0. He then continued that form by scoring on both his Setanta Sports Cup debut (v. Linfield) and league debut for St Pats(v. Galway).
Previous Clubs: Dundalk, Ayr United, Clyde, Ross County,
Statistics (All Time)
|Date||Competition||Home Team||Away Team|
|June, 8th 2010||League||St Patrick's Athletic||3||Bray Wanderers||0||REPORT|
|June, 4th 2010||FAI Cup||Dundalk||0||St Patrick's Athletic||1||REPORT|
|June, 1st 2010||League Cup||Sligo Rovers||4||St Patrick's Athletic||1||REPORT|
|May, 29th 2010||League||Drogheda United||2||St Patrick's Athletic||1||REPORT|
|May, 21st 2010||League||St Patrick's Athletic||3||Bohemians||1||REPORT|
|May, 15th 2010||Setanta Cup||St Patrick's Athletic||0||Bohemians||1||REPORT|
|May, 10th 2010||League Cup||St Patrick's Athletic||2||Bray Wanderers||0||REPORT|
|May, 3rd 2010||League||UCD||1||St Patrick's Athletic||0||REPORT|
|April, 30th 2010||League||St Patrick's Athletic||1||Shamrock Rovers||2||REPORT|
|April, 26th 2010||League||Galway United||0||St Patrick's Athletic||2||REPORT|
|April, 23rd 2010||League||St Patrick's Athletic||1||Sligo Rovers||0||REPORT|
|April, 20th 2010||League||Bray Wanderers||0||St Patrick's Athletic||4||REPORT|
|April, 17th 2010||Setanta Cup||Sligo Rovers||1||St Patrick's Athletic||2||REPORT|
|April, 13th 2010||Setanta Cup||St Patrick's Athletic||4||Sligo Rovers||1||REPORT|
|April, 9th 2010||League||St Patrick's Athletic||0||Drogheda United||1||REPORT|
|April, 2nd 2010||League||St Patrick's Athletic||0||Sporting Fingal||0||REPORT|
|March, 26th 2010||League||Dundalk||0||St Patrick's Athletic||0||REPORT|
|March, 22nd 2010||Leinster Senior Cup||St Patrick's Athletic||0||Drogheda United||1||REPORT|
|March, 19th 2010||League||St Patrick's Athletic||3||UCD||0||REPORT|
|March, 16th 2010||League||Shamrock Rovers||0||St Patrick's Athletic||2||REPORT|
|March, 13th 2010||Setanta Cup||Linfield||1||St Patrick's Athletic||0||REPORT|
|March, 5th 2010||League||St Patrick's Athletic||2||Galway United||0||REPORT|
|February, 26th 2010||Setanta Cup||St Patrick's Athletic||1||Linfield||1||REPORT|
Founded in 1929 the 'Saints' play in the Premier Division of the SSE Airtricity League at Richmond Park, in Inchicore Dublin 8, Ireland.