Hyderabad FC rope in Jamaica international forward

Hyderabad FC rope in Jamaica international forward

New Indian Super League (ISL) outfit Hyderabad FC have roped in Jamaica international Giles Barnes.
The 31-year old was last playing for Major Soccer League (MLS) outfit Colorado Rapids before joining the
rebranded outfit which has move out of the Pune franchise.
The 6 foot 2 inches tall striker was born in England and begin his playing career in England itself.
He played for Derby County, Fulham, West Bromwich Albion and Doncaster Rovers before moving to the
States to continue his career.
In the United States, he played for Houston Dynamo, Vancouver Whitecaps and Orlando City before to
Mexico, where he played for Leon in the Mexican top tier before coming back to the States to play for
Colorado.
He represented England at the under-19 level, having 12 caps to his name and having scored 7 goals for
the side.
At the senior international level, he has made 19 appearances for the team so far and has scored 3
goals.
On the occasion of the team's jersey launch, head coach Phil Brown said he is looking forward to the see
striker join the team soon.

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