Kevin Francis James
(born 3 December 1975 in Edinburgh
) is a professional association football
player currently without a club.
Starting his career at Falkirk
in 1993, James has had spells at Hearts
and St. Johnstone
, where he was club captain
prior to his release. He joined Ayr United in June 2009, having made an appearance for the club during a month's emergency loan the previous season.
James received one cap
for the Scotland national under-21 football team
James began his career at Falkirk
in 1993, making 48 appearances and scoring nine goals in his six years with the Bairns.
In 1999, James moved to one of his hometown clubs, Hearts
, for whom he only made 14 appearances in two years.
In 2001, he was loaned out to Airdrieonians
. He joined on a permanent basis later that year.
After only nine months in Lanarkshire
, James returned to his first club, Falkirk, with whom he went on to make over 50 appearances and scored six goals in three years.
James joined St. Johnstone
just prior to the 2005–06 season. He scored his first goal for the club on 15 October 2005, in a 3–1 win over Brechin City
at McDiarmid Park
In April 2007, James was one of three St. Johnstone players named in the SPFA
's Scottish Division One "Team of the Year", voted for by the managers.
Going into the 2008-2009 season, appearances by James were limited due to a series of injuries... Read More