Loughborough Dynamo midfielder Roger Lee is heading to Bermuda to fly the flag for the EVO-STIK Northern Premier League in a friendly against Canada on Sunday.
The 25-year-old, who has played twice for his island nation in World Cup qualifiers since making his debut as a 17-year-old in 2008 against the Cayman Islands in the Caribbean Cup, is flying out this week after being recalled to the Gombey Warriors squad for the match at the National Stadium in Hamilton.
A holding midfielder who can also play at centre-back, Lee arrived in the UK in 2014 to play for Ilkeston but only turned out in a reserve match for the Robins, moving on to Weston-Super-Mare, Clevedon Town, Rugby Town, Stamford and Basford United before joining Dynamo from Stafford Rangers at the start of January.
Lee is looking forward to winning his ninth international cap for Bermuda who compete in FIFA’s CONCACAF group.
Lee said: “I am really excited to have been recalled to the national squad and I am really looking forward to the game. I am enjoying my football here in Loughborough and I like to think this reflects on Loughborough Dynamo as well.”