|Date of birth||10 December 1983|
|Place of birth||Kuwait City, Kuwait|
|Height||1.96 m (6 ft 5 in)|
|Peachtree City MOBA (manager)|
|2004||Fort Wayne Fever||6||(1)|
|2005||Chicago Fire Premier||2||(0)|
|2011||FC Tampa Bay||7||(0)|
|2016–2017||Peachtree City MOBA||9||(3)|
|2017||Peachtree City MOBA (assistant)|
|2018–||Peachtree City MOBA|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 31 December 2017|
Jarun has played professionally in the United States, Canada, Poland, Belgium, and India.
Early and personal life
Jarun was born in Kuwait City, Kuwait to an American mother and a Jordanian-born father of Palestinian descent; Jarun's paternal grandfather hailed from Tulkarem. Jarun emigrated to the United States prior to the First Gulf War in 1990; his family moved after bombs went off and missiles were shot near their apartment. He was raised in Peachtree City, Georgia.
Jarun played college soccer for the University of Memphis and the University of Dayton, and has played club football for Fort Wayne Fever, Chicago Fire Premier, Atlanta Silverbacks, Vancouver Whitecaps, Flota Świnoujście, Pogoń Szczecin, FC Tampa Bay, Arka Gdynia and Charleroi.
He was released by Pogon on 1 March 2011.
Peachtree City MOBA
Following one season as a player for Peachtree City, Jarun became an assistant for the club prior to the 2017 PDL season, as owner Volker Harms took over manager duties. 2017 was a dismal season for MOBA, as they went 2-10-2 and finished last place in the division, failing to qualify for the playoffs for the second straight year. Jarun was named manager of the club for the 2018 season in November 2017, with former Jamaican international Nicholas Addlery being hired as an assistant. Alongside his duties as manager, Jarun is also a member of the MOBA youth coaching staff.
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