Dilly Duka (left), holding an NPSL conference championship trophy with his brother, is on trial in Albania. (FrontRowSoccer.com Photo)

By Michael Lewis

FrontRowSoccer.com Editor

Midfielder Dilly Duka, the man who made the FC Motown attack hum, reportedly is on trial with FK Partizani in the Albanian First Division, writer Brian Sciaretta reported on Twitter.

FK Partizani, which leads the league, is coached by Skënder Gega, the former assistant coach the U.S. Under-17 women’s national team and Seton Hall University.

Duka, who played for the Red Bulls, Columbus Crew SC and Montreal Impact, was a key player for FC Motown as it reached the National Premier Soccer League final this summer before falling to Miami FC 2, 3-1. Just about everything went through the 29-year-old Duka when the New Jersey side was on attack.

He most recently was signed by Cedar Stars in the Cosmopolitan Soccer League First Division.

“I have opportunities,” Duka said in an interview with FrontRowSoccer.com in August. “It’s just what’s best for me and my family. I’ve got to sit down with my wife and we’ll talk about it. There are multiple opportunities. It’s what’s best for her and our future children.”

Duka and his wife had twins last August.