The 33-year-old Glasgow was a free agent since his previous club United Petrotrin decided to opt out of the 2010 local season. He has netted 11 times in 53 international appearances for Trinidad and Tobago, and has played for a host of clubs – Jabloteh, Defence Force, North East Stars, Joe Public and Petrotrin (locally), New Orleans Storm, Richmond Kickers, Kansas City Wizards and Hampton Road Mariners (in the US) and Guangzhou Xiangxue (in China).
McFarlane, who is a year younger than Glasgow, has a record of seven goals from 14 appearances, and has plied his trade locally (Jabloteh, St Ann’s Rangers and D/Force), in Lebanon (Al Nejmeh and Al Mabarrah), in Iceland (Fylkir and Breidablik FC) and in the US (Rochester Rhinos). Ironically, both Glasgow and McFarlane were team-mates at Jabloteh’s 2002 Pro League championship team.
Devenish, who was born in Diego Martin and attended QRC, as well as the University of South Florida, played for Canada’s Under-17 team in 2004. According to the club’s Director of Football Kevin Jeffrey, “We are continuing to move forward with our blend of youth and experience.
Jason will benefit greatly from playing alongside senior internationals like Gary and Errol and I expect him to be pushing for international caps this season.”