Date:Monday July 30 2007
22 year old Trinidad and Tobago international Andre Boucaud arrived quietly and un-announced at Wycombe on trial this summer but he has certainly let his feet do the talking on the pitch in pre-season.
He arrived onto the pitch in the second half against Holmer Green and made a huge impression on the watching crowd despite nobody really knowing who he was! This did enough for Paul Lambert who took Boucaud to Germany for the training camp and friendly with SC Verl.
Where Fiston Manuella and Ramon Calliste fell, Boucaud stayed standing and in his first game at Adams Park he again put in a very impressive display, his skill, passing and willingness to shoot combined well with Sergio Torres in the middle of midfield and his little run in the first half which included an impressive Marseille spin which was almost Zidane-esque!
I certainly think he's done enough to earn a deal but already with a congested midfield roster, do you? Vote in the poll down the right hand side and we'll see what you think about Andre.
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