Former National Under 17 and Under 20 goalkeeper Glenroy Samuel is being eyed by Antigua Barracudas, a club out of the Caribbean island which campaigns in the American USL Professional Division.
Samuel joined Antiguan club All Saints United roughly two months ago and has been their starting goalkeeper.
His performances have helped the club to second place in the Antigua Premier Division. “It’s been a good experience. I’ve played in almost all their games since before I left to join the Olympic team in St Kitts. The football there is really exciting and competitive,” Samuel said.
“The club has really taken good care of me so far. They have provided me with a good apartment, I have transportation and they really ensure I am comfortable. The only bad thing is that they have been ‘making style’ on me since we got knocked out.
“They’re saying that Antigua is into the next round and ‘Trini’ gone home. “But other than that I’m just trying to improve my game and help the club win the title.”