Photo courtesy Liza Rosales / Orange County Blues FC
SACRAMENTO, Calif. – Sacramento Republic FC announced on Wednesday it had agreed to a contract with Trinidad & Tobago international Trevin Caesar for the 2017 USL season, pending league and federation approval. Caesar joins Republic FC after leading Orange County Blues FC in goals during the 2016 season.
“Trevin is a player that we took serious note of last season,” said Republic FC Head Coach and Technical Director Paul Buckle. “He has electric pace and scored in the double figures in 2016. He is a player that will bring something different to our front line and I am excited to see him join our club.”
Caesar has been a USL standout for the last two years, leading Orange County Blues FC in scoring in the 2016 season and sharing the club lead in goals in 2015 while playing for the Austin Aztex. In 2016, Caesar made 26 USL appearances for the Blues, scoring 10 goals including a brace in their final regular season match. In 2015, he made 27 USL appearances for the Aztex, scoring nine goals.
The forward is a regular member of the Trinidad and Tobago National Team. Caesar has made six appearances for the Soca Warriors, scoring two goals, and is currently with the Soca Warriors as they compete against Suriname and Haiti for a place in the 2017 CONCACAF Gold Cup.