Kenwyne Jones

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Kenwyne Jones
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Jones playing for Sunderland in 2010
Personal information
Full name Kenwyne Joel Jones
Date of birth (1984-10-05) 5 October 1984 (age 29)
Place of birth Point Fortin, Trinidad, Trinidad and Tobago
Height 6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)[1]
Playing position Striker
Club information
Current team
Cardiff City
Number 9
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
2002 Joe Public 11 (9)
2002–2004 W Connection 31 (30)
2004–2007 Southampton 71 (19)
2004–2005 Sheffield Wednesday (loan) 7 (7)
2005 Stoke City (loan) 13 (3)
2007–2010 Sunderland 94 (26)
2010–2014 Stoke City 88 (13)
2014– Cardiff City 21 (6)
National team
2003– Trinidad and Tobago 58 (13)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 02:18, 1 October 2014 (UTC).

† Appearances (Goals).

‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 1 December 2013

Kenwyne Joel Jones CM (born 5 October 1984) is a Trinidadian professional footballer who plays as a striker for Cardiff City and the Trinidad and Tobago national team.

He began his football career with Joe Public in his native Trinidad and Tobago. He moved to W Connection in 2002,[2] 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.[3] 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.

Club career[edit]

Early career[edit]

Jones was born in Point Fortin, Trinidad and Tobago,[4] to Lydia and Pamphile.[5] and he attended St. Anthony's College in Trinidad along with his future Sunderland team-mate Carlos Edwards.[2] His uncle, Philbert Jones was also a footballer as a prolific forward for Strike Squad that came within a point of qualifying for the 1990 World Cup[6] and was a similar player to Kenwyne;[5] both in style and celebration.[6] His athleticism and pace, which Sunderland considered attractive, was not established until he joined Sheffield Wednesday in September and began to show his potential.[7]

He had earlier had trials at Manchester United and Middlesbrough in 2002, and further trials at West Ham United and Rangers in 2004.[2] Jones revealed in an interview with Simon Bird that he had to travel around Europe looking for a football club, or face a career in the Trinidad army; he said "It was hard because I'd just had my son and it was make it — or join the army. I had a family to support and at that time, it was either this is it... or I go into the services. I was ready for that life."[6] 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.

Southampton[edit]

Jones playing for Southampton

In July 2004, Jones signed for Southampton from W Connection for a nominal fee after a trial.[8] W Connection's Chairman David John Williams described Jones' move, saying: "When Kenwyne Jones was transferred to Southampton, I told you all that he is going to be the biggest thing in Trinidad and Tobago football since beside Dwight Yorke".[9] 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,[10][11] where he played in games against Liverpool and local rivals Portsmouth.[12][13] He joined Championship side Stoke City in February 2005 on loan where he played 13 times scoring three goals.[14]

Before the start of the 2006–07 season, Jones scored a hat trick against Anderlecht in Southampton's last pre-season game,[15] Meanwhile in the Football League Championship Jones scored two goals against Birmingham City on 29 November that ended 4–3 to Southampton. On 26 December 2006, he received the first red card of his career for a push on Mark Hudson in the match against Crystal Palace.[16] He scored another two goals against Southend United in a 4–1 win on the last day of the season to ensure a place in the play-offs for Southampton,[17] following this, Jones was injured for the play-off semi-final defeat at Derby County but finished the season with 16 goals.[17]

On 11 May 2007, Southampton manager George Burley stated that "Kenwyne is another Didier Drogba in the making, as far as physical attributes, his strength and power in the air are second to none".[18] This followed news that Derby County wanted to sign Jones for around £5.5 million.[19] Jones submitted a transfer request to Southampton on 24 August 2007 and went on "strike" until a move could be agreed, requesting not to be selected for the forthcoming league match against Stoke City.[20]

Sunderland[edit]

Kenwyne Jones in action for Sunderland against Chelsea in 2010

On 29 August 2007, it was confirmed that he had joined Sunderland in a deal valued at £6 million with fellow-Trinidadian Stern John moving to Southampton.[21][22] The Trinidadian striker made his debut for Sunderland on 1 September in a 1–0 defeat to Manchester United and scored his first goal for the club in a 2–1 home win over Reading on 15 September.[23]

Jones was linked with a £12 million player move to Liverpool in November 2007, with Peter Crouch moving to Sunderland.[24][25] Jones was again linked with high profile clubs on 21 December 2007, including Chelsea and Liverpool, but Sunderland manager Roy Keane insisted that he would be going nowhere.[26] Jones scored his fifth goal at the Stadium of Light, with a header from the near post off a corner kick, in Sunderland's 3–1 win over Bolton Wanderers on 29 December.[27]Chelsea captain John Terry praised Jones, saying: "Jones was fantastic and I have played against him twice now. He is a very good player, very hard working and probably the best in the air in the entire Premier League, he really is that good" after Chelsea had won the match 1–0 on 15 March 2008.[28]

On 1 June 2008, Jones suffered a knee ligament injury in a collision with goalkeeper David James in the seventh minute of Trinidad & Tobago's 3–0 defeat against England.[29] He made his first appearance of the 2008–09 season playing for 60 minutes in Sunderland reserve team's 2–0 victory against Wigan Athletic.,[30] followed by a return to Sunderland's first team in the Tyne–Wear derby on 25 October 2008 as a second-half substitute, when he helped Sunderland to secure a 2–1 victory over their local rivals.[31] His first goal following his return came on 12 November in a 2–1 League Cup defeat against Blackburn Rovers.[32] He continued his recovery from injury with a goal, again against Blackburn, on 15 November 2008 as Sunderland won 2–1.[33]

Jones put an end to speculation linking him with a move to Tottenham Hotspur by signing a 4 and a half-year contract at the Stadium of Light on 27 January 2009.[34] After a spell of six games without a goal, Jones scored against Manchester United in a 2–1 defeat.[35] On 22 August Jones contributed to Sunderland's 2–1 victory over Blackburn Rovers scoring two goals. Jones again contributed with two goals for Sunderland when they were at home to Wolves on 27 September, in a 5–2 win. One goal being the highlight of the game, curling the ball home from 22yards out.[36] Jones scored his fifth goal of the season with a header against Manchester United, outjumping Ben Foster to give Sunderland a 2–1 lead but in the dying moments of the match at Old Trafford, Patrice Evra's shot was deflected in for an own-goal by Anton Ferdinand to level it up and end the match as a 2–2 draw.[37] Jones scored his sixth goal of the season with a close-range header against Manchester City which City won 4–3.[38] On 6 February, Jones scored his seventh goal of the season with another header against Wigan Athletic which ended up 1–1 at the Stadium of Light.[39] Jones then scored again against Manchester City bringing his tally to eight, with a spectacular header at the Stadium of Light, which ended up 1–1.[40] He also opened the scoring against Wolves on the final day of the season, netting after a strike deflected off Jody Craddock after 8 minutes, but Wolves would go on to win 2–1.[41]

Stoke City[edit]

On 11 August 2010, Jones signed for Stoke City on a four-year-deal for a club record fee of £8 million.[42] Jones took a wage cut in order to join Stoke.[43]

"We need goals in our team and we also need strong competition among our strikers if we are to continue improving at this level."Kenwyne will give us that. It's no secret that I am one of his biggest admirers, he did a smashing job for us when he was here on loan. "He was very young back then but I believe that he has the best years ahead of him as a top striker."

—Stoke Manager Tony Pulis on Kenwyne Jones.[44]

Jones took over the number 9 shirt from the departing James Beattie who had joined Rangers.[45] He made his second debut for City against Wolverhampton Wanderers on 14 August 2010, he made a bright start hitting the crossbar with his first shot. However after falling awkwardly from a challenge from Jody Craddock on 14 minutes Jones was forced to come off.[46] On 13 September, Jones scored his first goal for Stoke on his home debut against Aston Villa in a 2–1 win.[47] Jones followed this by scoring against West Ham United,[48] Fulham in the League Cup[49] and Newcastle United.[50] He scored the second goal on 13 November in a 2–0 win against Liverpool at the Britannia Stadium.[51]

After six games without a goal and some criticism from supporters, manager Pulis revealed that Jones has had personal problems which have affected his performances.[52] He ended this run with a goal against Everton on New Year's Day.[53] However he again went on a goal drought this time for three months before scoring against Tottenham Hotspur in April.[54] He then went on a similar scoring run he had at the start of the season scoring against Bolton Wanderers at Wembley,[55] Aston Villa,[56] Wolverhampton Wanderers[57] and then had an opportunity to become the first Stoke player to score in four consecutive Premier League matches against Blackpool but he missed an open goal.[58] He made amends the following match scoring against Arsenal in a 3–1 win.[59] Jones played in the 2011 FA Cup Final as Stoke lost 1–0 to Manchester City, he had Stoke's best chance in the match going through one on one with Joe Hart who saved Jones' effort.[60] Jones ended the 2010–11 as joint top goalscorer with Jonathan Walters, both scored 12 goals.[61] Jones said that he had a 'topsy-turvy' first season at Stoke.[62]

Jones started the 2011–12 season well scoring against Norwich City and twice against FC Thun in the UEFA Europa League.[63] With Stoke signing Peter Crouch at the end of August, Jones found himself out of favour and was restricted to cup and European matches. This has led to speculation that Jones could be leaving the club in the 2012 January transfer window but Pulis insists that he is still in his plans.[64] 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.[65] In 2012–13 Jones remained behind Crouch in Pulis' starting line-up restricting him to cameo appearances off the bench. He regained his place in December 2012 after injury to Crouch and scored his first Premier League goal for sixteen months in a 1–1 draw with Everton.[66] Jones continued his revival scoring against Liverpool on boxing day,[67] and against his old club Southampton on 29 December.[68] Jones lost his place once Crouch had returned to the side and he ended the season on a sour note as he was involved in a dressing room bust-up with Glenn Whelan.[69] At the end of the season Tony Pulis was replaced by Mark Hughes and Jones was critical of the style of football played under Pulis.[70]

Jones began the 2013–14 season by scoring his first professional hat-trick against Walsall in the League Cup on 28 August 2013.[71] On 12 January 2014, Jones failed to arrive for Stoke's home game against Liverpool citing "personal problems", he was then fined two weeks wages by Hughes for his non-appearance.[72]

Cardiff City[edit]

On 28 January 2014 Jones joined Cardiff City in a player-exchange with Peter Odemwingie.[73] Jones scored a debut goal for the Bluebirds on 1 February 2014, netting the winner in a 2–1 triumph against Norwich City, just one minute after Craig Bellamy had equalised.[74]

International career[edit]

Jones has been capped at under-18, under-20, under-23 olympic team and the Trinidad and Tobago national team.[2]

He made his debut for the Trinidad and Tobago national team on 29 January 2003 in a match against Finland.[2] Jones scored his first goal on 25 May 2005 in a 4–0 win against Bermuda.[75] He was later selected by Trinidad and Tobago for their 2006 World Cup campaign, where he made his first appearance in the competition in a 2–0 defeat against England on 15 June 2006 at Frankenstadion, Nuremberg.[76] Jones was named as Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation's Player of the Year for 2007. Jones said, "A lot of big names have won this before and I never really thought about something like this happening to me".[77] Jones was named as captain of the Soca Warriors in August 2011 by manager Otto Pfister.[78]

International goals[edit]

Scores and results list Trinidad and Tobago's goal tally first.[79][80][80][81]
# Date Venue Opponent Score Result Competition
1. 25 May 2005 Hasely Crawford Stadium, Trinidad and Tobago  Bermuda 1–0 4–0 Friendly
2. 10 May 2006 Hasely Crawford Stadium, Trinidad and Tobago  Peru 1–1 1–1 Friendly
3. 11 October 2006 Hasely Crawford Stadium, Trinidad and Tobago  Panama 1–0 2–1 Friendly
4. 19 November 2008 Hasely Crawford Stadium, Trinidad and Tobago  Cuba 1–0 3–0 2010 World Cup qualification
5. 2 September 2011 Hasely Crawford Stadium, Trinidad and Tobago  Bermuda 1–0 1–0 2014 World Cup qualification
6. 11 November 2011 Providence Stadium, Guyana  Guyana 1–2 1–2 2014 World Cup qualification
7. 15 November 2011 Hasely Crawford Stadium, Trinidad and Tobago  Guyana 1–0 2–0 2014 World Cup qualification
8. 9 July 2013 Red Bull Arena, Harrison, New Jersey, United States  El Salvador 2–2 2–2 2013 CONCACAF Gold Cup
9. 15 July 2013 BBVA Compass Stadium, Houston, Texas, United States  Honduras 1–0 2–0 2013 CONCACAF Gold Cup
10. 5 September 2013 King Fahd International Stadium, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia  United Arab Emirates 2–3 3–3 2013 OSN Cup
11. 9 September 2013 King Fahd International Stadium, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia  Saudi Arabia 1–0 3–1 2013 OSN Cup
12. 2–0
13. 19 November 2013 Hasely Crawford Stadium, Trinidad and Tobago  Jamaica 2–0 2–0 Friendly

Career statistics[edit]

Club[edit]

As of match played 30 September 2014.[82]
Club Season League FA Cup League Cup Europe Other[A] Total
Division Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals
Southampton 2004–05 Premier League 2 0 1 0 0 0 3 0
2005–06 Championship 34 4 2 1 2 0 38 5
2006–07 Championship 34 14 1 1 2 1 1 0 38 16
2007–08 Championship 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1
Total 71 19 4 2 4 1 0 0 1 0 80 22
Sheffield Wednesday (loan) 2004–05 League One 7 7 0 0 0 0 7 7
Total 7 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 7
Stoke City (loan) 2004–05 Championship 13 3 0 0 0 0 13 3
Total 13 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 13 3
Sunderland 2007–08 Premier League 33 7 0 0 0 0 33 7
2008–09 Premier League 29 10 2 1 1 1 32 12
2009–10 Premier League 32 9 1 0 3 0 36 9
Total 94 26 3 1 4 1 0 0 0 0 101 28
Stoke City 2010–11 Premier League 34 9 6 1 2 2 42 12
2011–12 Premier League 21 1 2 0 2 1 10 4 35 6
2012–13 Premier League 26 3 3 1 1 1 30 5
2013–14 Premier League 7 0 1 1 2 4 10 5
Total 88 13 12 3 7 8 10 4 0 0 117 28
Cardiff City 2013–14 Premier League 11 1 0 0 0 0 11 1
2014–15 Championship 10 5 0 0 0 0 10 5
Total 21 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 21 6
Career total 294 74 19 6 15 10 10 4 1 0 339 94
A. ^ The "Other" column constitutes appearances and goals in the Football League play-offs.

International[edit]

As of 15 July 2013[79][83]
Trinidad and Tobago national team
Year Apps Goals
2003 2 0
2004 11 0
2005 12 1
2006 8 2
2007 0 0
2008 3 1
2009 10 0
2010 0 0
2011 4 3
2012 0 0
2013 7 7
Total 57 14

Honours[edit]

Club[edit]

Stoke City

Individual[edit]

  • Sunderland Player of the Season: 2007–08[84]
  • Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation's Player of the Year: 2007[85]

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