Puerto Rico FC has signed defender Seth Moses, one of the six players invited to trial for with the club last week.
“We liked what we saw from Seth in training and in the preseason match," Puerto Rico FC coach Adrian Whitbread said. "He is very athletic and can get up and down the field. Most importantly he was a good person that mixed well from day one with the rest of the team. The thing I liked the most was that he wants to improve as a player and has the type of character we want in our club: Those who strive to improve, to get better, and be successful. Seth goes into that category."
At only 23 years old Moses brings experience from the USL, Austria, Liechtenstein, and Korea. While at the Orange County Blues he was turned from a midfielder into a right back and it was at that position where he impressed the club's coaching staff during a recent trial period. His quickness and aggressive style will create problems for any attacker.