Caledonia AIA of Morvant/Laventille has announced over the weekend that Trinidad and Tobago international midfielder Keon Daniel and striker Keyon Edwards have been listed on the transfer list.
A press release by the club stated: “Both players have been disciplined for repeated infractions.”
The release continued: “Caledonia remains committed to fostering a high standard of conduct and deportment both on and off the field of play.
“The club's mandate and purpose goes beyond the field of play. Players, coaches and directors have a deeper responsibility to the community and the young men and women it is proud to represent and serve.”
Both Daniel and Edwards joined the Morvant/Laventille club last season and still have existing contracts.
Caledonia further advised that interests from other clubs reguarding the pair would be considered.
Daniel’s season had more negatives rather than positives for coach Jamaal Shabazz, who had entrusted a lot of hope in the T&T international and former United Petrotrin midfielder.
While Edwards who had a great start to the 2009 campaign as the most lethal in front of goal for the Morvant/Laventille club, dropped drastically midway through the season and never returned to his top form which was also scared by indiscipline.