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Chicago Fire Sign Trinidad And Tobago Defender Joevin Jones

Chicago Fire had a dismal season, ending up ninth in the Eastern Conference.

They were only one place ahead of last placed Montreal Impact and shipped a massive 51 goals in 34 games.

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In a bid to rectify the problem, they’ve signed Trindad and Tobago defender Joevin Jones.

The  defender joins from W Connection after his most recent loan spell at Finnish Veikkausliga club HJK Helsinki. The terms of the deal were not disclosed.

Jones made his senior debut for the Soca Warriors in September 2010 against Panama. He has earned 37 caps for his country and took part in the 2013 CONCACAF Gold Cup and the 2010, 2012 and 2014 Caribbean Cups.

 

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