Cobi Jones Biography
Cobi Jones is a well-known former American soccer player and commentator. He serves for MLB club LA Galaxy on Time Warner Cable SportsNet as an analyst currently. Jones also appears on the Totally Football Show: American Edition as host and on the Pac-12 Network, Fox Sports, and BeIN Sports.
He played from 1994 to 2007 as a midfielder, starting his career in England. With Premier League club Coventry City, the United States national team, LA Galaxy, and Vasco da Gama additionally. Jones worked at LA Galaxy as interim head coach and assistant coach also.
Cobi Jones Age
Jones was born in Detroit, Michigan, in the United States on June 16, 1970. He is 52 years old.
Cobi Jones Height
Jones stands at an average height of 5 ft 7 in/1.71 m tall.
Cobi Jones Education
Jones finished his high school course at Westlake High School. Then he went to the University of California, Los Angeles as a non-scholarship player joining the UCLA soccer team.
Cobi Jones Family
Jones’s parents are Mada Jones and Freeman Jones. He started playing football with AYSO in Westlake Village, California at the age of 5.
Cobi Jones Wife
Jones is happily married to Kim Reese, who works as a music consultant and before. He used to work at New Line Cinema as a music executive. On September 12, 2009, They tied the knot at the Four Seasons Resort Aviara in Carlsbad, California. They started dating in 2004 after meeting in 2003. They have two kids Cai and Cayden.
Cobi Jones Salary
Jones annually receives a salary of $62,521.
Cobi Jones Net Worth
Jones has an approximated net worth of $2 Million.
Cobi Jones Career
Jones took part in the 1994 World Cup held in the United States. Later for one season, he was with the English team the Coventry City of the Premier League. After Vasco da Gama’s impressive performances in the 1995 Copa America, Jones joined them.
He signed a contract for Major League Soccer’s inaugural season with the new Los Angeles Galaxy furthermore, after some months. Jones played from 1996 to 2007 at the LA Galaxy. He scored 19 goals and 13 assists in 1998 and was titled to the MLS Best XI and also U.S. Soccer Athlete of the Year.
Jones retired from MLS with 306 appearances and 70 goals on October 21, 2007. He played from 1992 to 2004 with ES national team with 164 caps and scoring 15 goals additionally. Jones also took part in the 1994, 1998, and 2002 FIFA World Cups and was titled the best XI.
At the 2000 CONCACAF Gold Cup after winning the 2002 CONCACAF Gold Cup. In the 1992 Summer Olympics, he represented his team in Barcelona and played in the 1995 Copa America also. Jones was chosen for induction into the National Soccer Hall of Fame on March 11, 2011.
He worked as an assistant coach at LA Galaxy, then he served as an interim head coach. In 2018 until the team hired Bruce Arena former U.S. national team to be a head coach on November 9, 2007.