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  2. › wiki › DeJuan_JonesDeJuan Jones - Wikipedia

    DeJuan Lytelle Jones (born June 24, 1997) is an American professional soccer player who plays as a defender for Major League Soccer club New England Revolution and the United States national team.

  3. 24 de jun. de 1997 · Name in home country: DeJuan Lytelle Jones Date of birth/Age: Jun 24, 1997 (26) Place of birth: Lansing, Michigan Height: 1,75 m Citizenship: United States Position: Defender - Left-Back Foot: right Player agent: PROSPORT Management Current club: New England Revolution Joined: Jan 11, 2019 Contract expires: Dec 31, 2025.

  4. Nombre en país de origen: DeJuan Lytelle Jones Fecha de nacimiento: 24/06/1997 Lugar de nacimiento: Lansing, Michigan Edad: 26 Altura: 1,75 m Nacionalidad: Estados Unidos Posición: Defensa - Lateral izquierdo Pie: derecho Agente: PROSPORT Management Club actual: New England Revolution Fichado: 11/01/2019 Contrato hasta: 31/12/2025.

  5. DeJuan Jones; Datos personales; Nombre completo: DeJuan Lytelle Jones: Nacimiento: Lansing 24 de junio de 1997 (26 años) País: Estados Unidos: Nacionalidad(es) Estadounidense: Altura: 1,81 m (5′ 11″) Peso: 75 kg (165 lb) Carrera deportiva; Deporte: Fútbol: Club profesional; Debut deportivo: 2017 (Myrtle Beach Mutiny) Club: New England ...

  6. 24 de jun. de 1997 · DeJuan Jones is a 25-year-old defender for the New England Revolution, who has played 125 regular season matches with six goals and 20 assists. He is a former Michigan State player and a U.S. Men's National Team member. He has set a new single-season club record for assists by a defender in 2023 and made his debut in the Concacaf Gold Cup.

  7. 12 de ago. de 2023 · AFCON Asian Cup Teams USWNT More New England Revolution and U.S. international defender DeJuan Jones is once again drawing interest from European clubs, sources have told ESPN.