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David Jones

David Jones

Clubs played for: Manchester United, Preston North End (loan), NEC (loan), Derby County (loan), Derby County, Wolverhampton Wanderers, Wigan Athletic, Blackburn Rovers (loan), Burnley (1995-2013)

Born: 1984

Birthplace: Southport

Position: Midfielder

Biography: First joined United as a 10 year old and captained United to FA Youth Cup success in April 2003. The following season, he made his first team debut as a substitute in a League Cup clash with Arsenal, and made his full debut in the FA Cup against Exeter. In the 2004- 2005 season, he was named captain of the reserves and led them to Premier Reserve League glory. He was unable to shift Roy Keane and Paul Scholes from the first team and once Michael Carrick was signed, a bid from Derby County was accepted. The former England Under-21 international joined Wolves in June 2008 for £1.2 million.

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