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Midfielder Andrei Pacheco has signed a two-year agreement with former club W Connection.

The 27 year-old became a free agent after his one year deal at T&TEC FC expired at the end of March and his been training with Connection since April.

The agreement will see the 27 year old midfielder at the Couva club till March 2014.

Head Coach Stuart Charles Fevrier welcomed the return of the Trinidad and Tobago international.

“It’s not a problem [having him back] because we were going to keep Pacheco [last season]. But there was a mix up and he had already transferred to T&TEC.

He was never a player I had problems with. So when he asked to come back, I was ok with it.

He was part of our club from youth football to senior. So he is a product of W Connection.”

Pacheco who was signed on loan in 2007 by Major League Soccer club Columbus Crew, from Connection, which was short-lived, is a very experienced player for the ‘Savonnetta Boys’ having won two Caribbean Football Union (CFU) Club Championship medals, Pro League Championship medal and a number of knockout titles during his previous seasons.Connection completes Pacheco return

Midfielder Andrei Pacheco has signed a two-year agreement with former club W Connection.

The 27 year-old became a free agent after his one year deal at T&TEC FC expired at the end of March and his been training with Connection since April.

The agreement will see the 27 year old midfielder at the Couva club till March 2014.

Head Coach Stuart Charles Fevrier welcomed the return of the Trinidad and Tobago international.

“It’s not a problem [having him back] because we were going to keep Pacheco [last season]. But there was a mix up and he had already transferred to T&TEC.

He was never a player I had problems with. So when he asked to come back, I was ok with it.

He was part of our club from youth football to senior. So he is a product of W Connection.”

Pacheco who was signed on loan in 2007 by Major League Soccer club Columbus Crew, from Connection, which was short-lived, is a very experienced player for the ‘Savonnetta Boys’ having won two Caribbean Football Union (CFU) Club Championship medals, Pro League Championship medal and a number of knockout titles during his previous seasons.