Kenwyne Joel Jones CM is a Trinidadian retired professional footballer who played as a striker. He began his football career with Joe Public in his native Trinidad and Tobago. He moved to W Connection in 2002, and he was a utility player in the Trinidad and Tobago team in 2003 against Finland. In 2004, he joined Southampton, where he was converted to a striker. He was later loaned to Sheffield Wednesday and Stoke City during the 2004–05 season. In 2007, he joined Sunderland for £6 million where he spent three seasons before he signed for Stoke City in August 2010. In his first season at Stoke Jones scored 12 goals and played in the 2011 FA Cup Final. Following the arrival of Peter Crouch in August 2011, Jones struggled to hold down a regular place in the side which saw him score just four more league goals in the next three seasons. In January 2014 he joined Cardiff City in a player-exchange with Peter Odemwingie.
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About Kenwyne Jones
Trinidadian striker who took the pitch for Stoke City FC after three seasons with Sunderland. He joined Cardiff City from 2014 until 2016 and played for various teams on loan before retiring in November 2017.
Kenwyne Jones Before Fame
He made his professional debut with Joe Public F.C. in 2002.
Achievement of Kenwyne Jones
He was named the Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation's Player of the year in 2007 with Southampton FC.
Kenwyne Jones Family Life
He fathered three children: Isaiah, Arianne and Kaelyn with ex-wife Avalon Jones.
Associations of Kenwyne Jones
He was joined by Wilson Palacios on the starting squad of Stoke City FC in 2010.
Information related to Kenwyne Jones
- Joe Public F.C. players
- Recipients of the Chaconia Medal
- W Connection F.C. players
- Atlanta United FC players
- Trinidad and Tobago expatriate footballers
- Al Jazira Club players
- Trinidad and Tobago international footballers
- TT Pro League players
- Trinidad and Tobago footballers