Date of birth
Trinidad and Tobago
Barnet became Andre Boucaud’s 11th club when he joined in the summer of 2018. The midfielder followed in the footsteps of manager John Still, making the move from Dagenham to the Hive.
The experienced midfielder started his career in the youth system at Queens Park Rangers but would make the switch to Reading FC. Whilst with the Royals he had a loan spell at Peterborough United before joining on a permanent basis.
He spent a couple of seasons at London Road which also featured a loan to Aldershot Town then joined Kettering Town for two spells either side of a period at Wycombe Wanderers. Moves to York City and Luton Town were followed by a transfer to Notts County where he spent two seasons.
In July 2014, he signed for Dagenham where he would go on to make over 150 appearances in four seasons before Still made him his eighth signing of the 2018 summer window.
Boucaud is the only full international currently in the Barnet side having played 47 times for Trinidad and Tobago since his first cap in 2004.
At the age of 33, his experience will undoubtedly work wonders in the Bees side next season and having impressed under Still already with Dagenham, he will be hoping to emulate that in a Barnet shirt.