Terry Fenwick has swapped Central FC for a new challenge with Belgian lower division outfit Cercle Sportif Visé.
“Everything is agreed and it’s just to sign my contract by the end of this week,” said Fenwick, whose contract with Central expires on May 31.
The 54-year-old Fenwick, who is expected to jet off to Belgium next week for his official Visé unveiling, added, “Initially it’s a three-year contract. We have been in discussions for the past few months and it is finalised now.
“It’s a new challenge for me of course. It’s a club with its own ground and facilities, with a great development programme at youth level.”
Only on Tuesday night Fenwick led Central to second place in the 2013-2014 Digicel Pro League and a place in the 2015 Caribbean Football Union (CFU) Club Championship, which is the qualifying phase for the Concacaf Champions League.
“I would have liked to be there with them (Central) but it’s probably time I took a break from Trinidad and Tobago,” Fenwick said.
Fenwick, winner of three league titles among numerous Cup titles with former club San Juan Jabloteh, spent the last 16 months at Central and apart from qualifying the Couva “Sharks” to next season’s Caribbean Club Championship in only their second season of existence, have also won this season’s First Citizens Cup and Lucozade Sport Goal Shield, and finished runner’s up in the last two FA Trophy competitions.