The Bluebirds have landed former Premier League midfielder Kemy Agustien on a deal until January!
Agustien, 32, is a native of Curacao in the Netherlands Antilles and was capped at youth level for the Netherlands, with 13 appearances for the Curacao national team as well.
He featured for the Bluebirds in Fridays friendly with Barrow U21’s and scored a stunning strike in the second half, impressing Bluebirds boss Ian Evatt.
He began his career in the youth system of Dutch club Willem II and appeared over 50 times for their first in both the Eredivisie and the UEFA Cup.
A move to Dutch giants AZ Alkmaar followed where he made 25 appearances before loans to several clubs including Birmingham City in 2008-09.
Kemy made a permanent move to England in 2010 when he joined Swansea City. A loan to Crystal Palace for first team game time followed, and when he returned to Wales he made his Premier League debut against Manchester City.
After wholesale management changes at Swansea he made the switch to Brighton & Hove Albion, making 14 appearances, restricted by injury problems in his second season.
Since leaving Brighton he has played in Denmark, Scotland and back in Holland and he joins the Bluebirds on an initial deal until January.