By Shaun Fuentes
Trinidad and Tobago goalkeeper Clayton Ince has penned a two-year deal with T&T Pro League club T&TEC ahead of the upcoming 2011 season.
Ince, a starting goalkeeper for the T&T team for several years acquiring 79 caps in the process, also had a long career in England, lining up for the likes of Walsall, Crewe Alexandra and Coventry City before returning to his homeland to join Ma Pau FC in 2010. He was also a member of Defence Force FC prior to moving to England.
“Clayton Ince is still an active player and will continue to push on for as long as his body can take it,” the 38-year-old Ince said.
“I’ve entered into the coaching aspect of the game but I am still fit enough to play and if I can continue doing this and helping the younger players in Trinidad then I will definitely take the opportunity.”
Currently T&T head coach Otto Pfister has Jan Michael Williams and Marvin Phillip as his two goalies in training but if Ince shows he is still up to scratch, then there could well be the possibility of him wearing the national shirt again.
T&TEC is the new club in the T&T Pro League for the upcoming season and has added T&T midfielder Clyde Leon to its line up as they try to shape themselves in a formidable opposition.