Chat with Shaka Hislop
Shaka this week joined the ESPNsoccernet Press Pass team alongside Derek Rae, Tommy Smyth and Janusz Michallik.
A hugely experienced goalkeeper who spent more than 10 years in the Premier League, Shaka was first spotted when playing for Howard University in the United States before moving to England with Reading.
Impressive performances for the Royals - he was twice voted Player of the Year - led to a move to Newcastle United in 1996. He spent three years at Newcastle before moving to London - where he was born - to West Ham United for the first of two spells.
Hislop's performances for the Hammers led to international recognition with Trinidad & Tobago, eventually winning 26 caps and playing at the 2006 World Cup.
After leaving West Ham he played for Portsmouth for three years before returning to Upton Park for one more season. He finished his career where it started, in the United States, with MLS side FC Dallas and retired in August 2007.
Shaka will be stopping on Friday, January 11 at 4pm GMT (11am ET). Feel free to send your questions now and we'll save them for his arrival.
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