Published Thursday, 02 January 2014
Curtis Allen has signed for east Belfast side Glentoran. (© Presseye)
Smith, a former Ballymena United and Glentoran striker, has signed with Crusaders FC until the end of the season.
The 33-year-old had been playing his club football in Belgium with Union Royale Namur.
The forward won 18 caps for Northern Ireland between 2003 and 2005.
Meanwhile, Glentoran has confirmed that Curtis Allen has signed for the east Belfast side.
Allen was playing for Scottish Premiership side Inverness Caledonian Thistle, but last month returned home with the Highland club claiming he was "homesick".
The 25-year-old told Glentoran.com that he was pleased to be back in the Irish League.
He said: "Eddie Patterson is building a good team here and I think I'll fit in well and hopefully we'll be successful. I feel I can help some of the good young players who are in the squad and I just want to get out on the pitch and score goals."
He formerly played for Lisburn Distillery, Linfield and Coleraine.
Allen has signed on a three and a half year deal and could make his debut for Glentoran in their Irish Cup fifth round game against Portadown on Saturday 11 January.
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