Northern Irishman Trevor Carson is officially the second signing of the summer Dundee United. The goalkeeper has signed a two-season contract and will wear the number 16 shirt at the club.
Northern Ireland international Tandice arrives to compete with Benji Siegrist for a place in Tam Courts’ starting XI. Carson Trevor began his career in Sunderland in 2008. He became a regular starter at Bury, Portsmouth, Cheltenham, Hartlepool and Motherwell. Overall, the 33-year-old has featured in 335 career runs with 80 clean sheets.
“There was talk of me returning to England due to family reasons. But once Dundee United picked me up and I spoke to manager and sporting director Tony Asghar, there was no point in coming here,” Trevor said and was reported by the club’s website.
“It is a great club with a great history, I am very excited to be a part of it. If you look at the team you will see that it is a good mix of experience and young players. I am looking forward to adding my experience and my knowledge. I hope to be able to. Benji was one of the best goalscorers in the league last season, so I know it will be a challenge for me. I have a short term goal to come and give Benji some good competition in goal So we will all improve and I hope it will be a sacred challenge.
Manager Tam Courts said: “Trevor is a seasoned international who has done well in the Scottish Premiership. He has built up a solid reputation for the level of his performance. He joins a group of motivated guards who play one every day. push the other. So it’s a welcome addition to what we aim to do.”
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