FC Motown has been busy in 2018, adding notable names like Dilly Duka and Hunter Freeman into the fold ahead of their inaugural NPSL season, and the club isn’t done just yet.
Pro Soccer Talk has learned that the New Jersey-based club has signed former Trinidad & Tobago international Julius James, who last played in 2017 with USL side Sacramento Republic FC.
James, 33, made 16 appearances for the Soca Warriors from 2008 to 2011 and has played for a number of clubs throughout the United States during his professional career.
The University of Connecticut product featured for various MLS teams, including Toronto FC, the Houston Dynamo, D.C. United and Columbus Crew, prior to ending up in NPSL in 2018.
Motown will begin its run of competitive matches on Wednesday, as manager Sacir Hot and Co. host the New York Red Bulls Under-23 side in the first round of the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup at Drew University’s Ranger Stadium.Follow @MattReedFutbol