Kenwyne Joel Jones is a Trinidadian professional footballer who plays as a striker for Premier League club Stoke City and the Trinidad and Tobago national team. Jones began his professional career with Joe Public in his native Trinidad and Tobago in 2002. He soon moved to W Connection where he played for two years. In July 2004, Jones signed for Southampton from W Connection for a nominal fee after a trial. In December 2004, while on loan to the Football League One club Sheffield Wednesday, he scored seven goals in seven games, and returned to Southampton in January 2005. He joined Championship side Stoke City in February 2005 on loan where he played 13 times scoring three goals. On 29 August 2007, it was confirmed that he had joined Sunderland in a deal valued at £6 million. After a spell of six games without a goal, Jones scored against Manchester United in a 2–1 defeat. On 11 August 2010, Jones signed for Stoke City on a four-year-deal for a club record fee of £8 million. He scored an historic goal for Stoke against Dynamo Kyiv to earn them a 1–1 draw which secured Stoke's qualification to the knock-out stage of the Europa League. ones has been capped at under-18, under-20, under-23 olympic team and the Trinidad and Tobago national team. Jones scored his first goal on 25 May 2005 in a 4–0 win against Bermuda.
Playing at the Goldsands Stadium Saturday, Cardiff found themselves 1-3 down at half-time and never recovered, plunging to their seventh loss of the season to remain mid-table in the English Championship
Cardiff City snap 3 players including Manchester United duo
Cardiff City are set to step up their transfer window activity this afternoon, with Sky Sports reporting that the Welsh club are currently running medicals for three players ahead of a triple transfer swoop. The Premier League’s bottom side are close to signing Manchester United pair Wilfried Zaha and Fabio and Stoke City striker Kenwyne [...]The post
Analysing the transfer gossip – 23rd July: Part One
As we move in to the off-season an unprecedented amount of managerial movement around Europe will surely see an already frantic transfer market go in to overdrive. This will give plenty of opportunities for transfer rumour and gossip. So how much of it is realistic? Injured Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney, 27, has been playing […]
As I predicted last week Stoke City are in big big trouble. They’ve made their Premier League name by playing rugged, physical, hard to stop football and that had seen them establish themselves as an elite force in the league up to this season. For the last 4 years they’ve bulldozed teams that cross their [...]