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Robert Jones was born on 5 November, 1971 in Wrexham, United Kingdom.

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Born 5 November 1971
Birthday 5 November
Birthplace Wrexham, United Kingdom
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Since his retirement, Jones and his wife have built-up Kids Academy, a franchise-based business of children’s nurseries across the UK, but now called Evolution Childcare which also now extends into the United Arab Emirates. On 3 September 2014 Rob and his wife were seen in Abu Dhabi promoting the nursery opened at Abu Dhabi airport by Etihad.


Over the next four seasons he was a regular member of the Liverpool starting line-up and in the sides that beat Bolton Wanderers 2–1 in the 1995 Football League Cup final and lost 1–0 to Man United in the 1996 FA Cup Final.

In October 2013 it was announced that Jones would be taking up a coaching role with Liverpool F.C. Academy, where his eldest son Declan is a trainee.


In 2012, he released his autobiography, titled Robbed.


Jones joined West Ham United, on non-contract terms, on 17 July 1999. He was named in the side that began the Intertoto Cup third round second leg tie against FC Jokerit, but was substituted after the first half as a result of aggravating his knee injury. This proved to be his last senior appearance, as he retired in August 1999.

After failing to get over a knee injury that had severely affected him since late 1996, Jones announced his retirement on 28 August 1999, aged just 27.


After the 1996 FA Cup Final, Jones was advised to take a six-month break from football due to back problems. He returned to action, but the next two seasons were plagued by injuries, and in April 1998 he played what was to be his last game for Liverpool against Chelsea. An injury in his left knee could not be fixed, despite three operations, and at the end of the 1998–99 season, in which he had not played a game, he was released on a free transfer by new coach that year, Gerard Houllier, who was ushering in a new era at the club to eliminate the club’s Spice Boys public image and stereotype.


When Liverpool signed midfielder Jason McAteer, who arrived in 1995, Roy Evans converted McAteer to right-back and employed Jones on the left-side in a wingback role as Liverpool changed from their normal 4–4–2 to an attack-minded 5–3–2 formation.


At international level Jones was eligible to play for Wales, as he was born in Wrexham, but it was Graham Taylor who selected him and gave him his international debut for England in the 2–0 win over France at Wembley on 19 February 1992 – just four months after he had made the move from Fourth Division football to the First Division. Injury forced Jones to miss the 1992 European Championships where he would have been the first choice right-back, but he went on to win eight international caps over the next few years.


His debut for the Reds came on 6 October 1991, just 48 hours after he had signed on at Anfield, with a game at Old Trafford, where he excelled against United winger Ryan Giggs and was named Man Of The Match in a goalless league draw. By the end of the season, Jones had won over the coach, become a regular in the starting line-up, had gained his first international cap, as well as helped the Reds to the final of the FA Cup at Wembley – a final that saw Liverpool beat Sunderland 2–0. However, he was ruled out of England’s Euro 92 squad due to shin splints.


Jones began his career with Crewe Alexandra, signing professional forms at the age of 17 on 20 December 1988 when Crewe were in Division Four. The right-back settled quickly, quietly going about his defensive duties until being spotted during the 1991–92 season, accidentally, by Liverpool manager Graeme Souness who was at Gresty Road looking at a different player. Souness put in an offer of £300,000 which was accepted, and on 4 October 1991, a month before his 20th birthday, he became a Liverpool player.


Robert Marc Jones (born 5 November 1971) is an English former professional footballer who played as a defender from 1987 to 1999.