(WTNH) - The team has one of the best players in the USL - Jose Angulo. Soccer has always been a part of his life, and his dad was also a great player.
Angulo is a gifted player, and has a chance to become the USL's all-time leading goal scorer this year.
He's currently 10 away.
The 30-year-old has a knack for being in the right place at the right time. Angula comes to Hartford after a decorated career - one that saw him skip college and go directly to the pros. Oddly enough, he was suppose to play for Ray Reid at UConn.
He said it was tough not to go to UConn, but the decison to go pro made more sense. Angulo had experience practicing against MLS team while in high school and he was able to keep up.
Watch the video above for News 8's interview with Angulo.
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