Midfielder Brent Rahim was released by Falkirk FC on the weekend and is now in England trying to secure a new offer.
Falkirk coach John Hughes confirmed that the former St Anthony’s College player, along with four others, were allowed to leave as the club prepares for its new season in the Premier League.
Rahim had an up and down career at the club, appearing several times and performing creditably for the Reserves, without much chance with the first team.
“Things just weren’t going well for me at the club and the time seems just right for me to move on.
“I need to go to a club where I can be playing first team football and not be left frustrated on the bench for long periods,” Rahim said on Monday.
“There was no support for me really at Falkirk. Aside from having to prove myself each time I got back from international duty, I never really got a good chance to get back into the first team.”
Rahim is scheduled to return home on Monday to join the T&T team on invitation of coach Leo Beenhakker. Also released last week was striker Jason Norville from Watford.