T&T Pro League
06 Jul 2012
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National Under-23 team defender Kareem Moses was one of Angus Eve’s first major signing since he took over the post of head coach, at Pro League outfit DirecTV North East Stars and the former St Ann’s Ranger’s man is more than happy to repay Eve for the vote of confidence.
Moses was one of the better performing members of the recent T&T Olympic team that participated in the qualifiers for London 2012. Eve went on record praising the central defender for his efforts.
“Coach Angus called me and ask if I was interested in joining North East and I didn’t have to think twice about the move,” Moses said.
“We have a good understanding and I’m happy to be joining him at the club. I think he has a good understanding of what he wants to achieve and I’m looking forward to being part of the whole exercise.”
Moses still hopes to attract interest from overseas and has agreed to a deal that can see him depart if the opportunity arises.
“I want to play in a foreign league so even though I have signed with North East for the season, there is the option for me to leave if something comes up where the club will also benefit in some way. But my first priority now is North East Stars,” the 22-year-old Moses added.