Shalrie Joseph isn't done playing soccer as the 37-year-old midfielder has agreed to play for FC Boston Bolts of the USL PDL.
@ShalrieJoseph21 signs to play with the Bolts @USLPDL #path2pro pic.twitter.com/umx9bzlXwi— FC Boston (@FCBolts) May 20, 2016
Joseph will bring a wealth of experience to the Bolts as he spent 12 seasons in MLS after being drafted by the New England Revolution in 2003. The Grenada native was a perennial MLS All-Star and was nearly crowned league MVP in 2009. He was most recently with the Revolution in 2014 but failed to see the action due to various injuries.
At the end of 2014, Joseph stepped away from the field but always expressed an interest in returning. That return will apparently come in the form of playing for the Bolts.
Joseph won't be the only former Revs player on the roster as Andy Dorman is also employed by the Bolts. The Welsh midfielder recently played in a 2-1 loss to the Seacoast United Phantoms.
The Bolts are scheduled to face FA Euro on May 21. The home game is set to kickoff at 6:00 PM.