Finally, there’s a concrete answer to the question, “What’s Terry Dunfield up to these days?”
The former Vancouver Whitecaps and Toronto FC midfielder has signed on with Oldham Athletic of League One until the end of the season, the BBC reports.
The midfielder, who turned 32 on Thursday, had been on trial with the club prior to signing the deal. He was released by TFC midway through the 2013 MLS season and has been without a club since.
Dunfield, born in Vancouver, began his career at Manchester City in 2000 before spending time at Bury, Macclesfield Town and ShrewsburyTown. He has one goal in 14 appearances for the Canadian national team.
He was called into camp by head coach Benito Floro in November for friendlies against the Czech Republic and Slovenia. At the time, Floro lauded Dunfield as a “good professional” who was “training very hard, looking for a team.”
Evidently, that work has paid off.