| Clement Junior James|
| 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)|
| (1981-03-10) 10 March 1981 (age 34)|
Clement James (footballer) Wikipedia
Clement James (born 10 March 1981) is an English footballer who played professionally in the Football League for Brentford, before dropping into non-League football.
James started his career at Brentford, making his debut in the Second Division against Stoke City in the 1–0 away loss on 8 April 2000, replacing Lloyd Owusu as a substitute. He left Brentford and joined Slough Town in 2000, where he stayed until 2003. Whilst at Slough in 2002, James suffered a ruptured anterior cruciate ligament in pre-season friendly match with Maidenhead United. In June 2003, he joined former Slough manager Steve Browne and players Sammy Winston and Ryan Williams at Boreham Wood. He left Boreham Wood along Veli Hakki and Dean Palmer in January 2004, when manager Steve Browne was sacked. James then moved to Burnham in March 2004, before moving to Conference South club Hayes where he was released in September 2004. A move to Staines Town in February 2005 followed. James then played for Enfield Town, before moving to Kingstonian in early 2009. He played seven games for Kingstonian before leaving on 27 July 2009.