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Wanderers have made their eleventh new signing of the summer with the news that impressive trialist Andre Boucaud has penned a one-year deal.

Boucaud has been with the Blues during their build-up to the new season and played a part in all the pre-season friendlies. The midfielder was a free agent after leaving Kettering Town at the end of last season.

Boucaud, 22, started his career at Reading and was tipped for a bright future, but he failed to break into the first team and was loaned out to Peterborough United. He was such a success at London Road that Posh boss Barry Fry signed him on a permanent basis.
The Enfield-born player - who is an international for Trinidad and Tobago - went on to make 25 appearances for Peterborough, most of them in League One, before his transfer to Kettering.

Blues boss Paul Lambert told "I'm delighted to get Andre. He's been with us for a few weeks and he's done really well in training and in our pre-season games. He's only 22, but he plays older than his years and he's a gritty competitor who is also very good on the ball. I'm sure that our fans will like him."
Boucaud's arrival brings to an end - probably! - the most hectic summer of transfer activity in Wanderers Football League history. We could now field a brand new team of: Shearer; Obersteller, McCracken, Johnson, Woodman; Duncan, Holt, Boucaud, Williams; Bullock and Sutton.
Footnote: To clear up any confusion, Andre pronounces his surname "Boo-co".