It has been a long time since Jaime Peters last pulled on an Ipswich Town shirt.
Having joined the club as a teenager in 2005, the right wing-back would go on to make a total of 114 appearances in all competitions for Ipswich, scoring four goals in that time.
Peters’ time with Ipswich would come to an end after seven years with the Portman Road club, when he was released at the end of the 2011/12 season.
Following his departure from Ipswich, Peters’ search for a new club would prove to be a frustrating one.
The wing-back did have a trial with Yeovil – a club he had spent time on loan with during his Ipswich days – following his exit from the East Anglia club in 2012, though ultimately no deal materialised.
Then, in January 2013, Peters would go on trial with MLS side Vancouver Whitecaps in his native Canada – the wingback had won 26 senior international caps for his home country during his Ipswich days – but was again unsuccessful in securing a deal.
After that, Peters slipped off the football radar for several years, but would eventually make a welcome return to the game in August 2021.
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That move back into football saw the wingback sign for the semi-professional side Master’s Futbol Academy, who currently play in the Ontario League One, which makes up part of the third-tier of the Canadian league system.
However, Peters has since made just two appearances for Master’s FA in their 12 league games this season, something which may well be frustrating for the 34-year-old, as he looks to make up for lost time in the game.