|Keon Daniel joins Caledonia AIA |
Friday, May 15 2009
TRINIDDAD and Tobago international and former United Petrotrin midfielder Keon Daniel has been picked-up on a one year deal at Caledonia AIA.
Caledonia coach Jamaal Shabazz confirmed the 22-year-old midfielder joined the Morvant Laventille squad, in a story on the Pro League’s website.
“We are happy to have him (Daniel). This is possible thanks to our sponsors Neal and Massy and NLCB (National Lotteries Control Board),” said Shabazz.
“He is a player anyone will like to have in their squad and we are more than delighted to add him to our squad.”
Daniel a product of the Bertille St Clair Coaching School has been on loan with United Petrotrin from 2006-2008 seasons.
But in 2009 the free agent began training with Caledonia and will be available to play against Ma Pau SC next week Tuesday in Round One Match Day Three.
Shabazz’s troops were on a bye last Tuesday in Match Day Two and will have to wait until next week to try and recover from their Match Day One 3-2 loss against Joe Public.
In other club news, midfielder Kerwyn Jemmott is expected to feature for the reserves against W Connection Reserves at the Larry Gomes Stadium. “He (Jemmott) has been training with us during pre-season and is looking to be coming along well. He is still behind match fitness to feature for the Pro team but we are certain he will get there. This week he will feature for the Reserves in efforts to get match fit,” explained Shabazz.