Jason Denyer is a Belgian international footballer who plays right-back. He is a versatile player, capable of playing both the center and left side. Jason Denyer played for the Belgium national team from 1996 to 1997. After retiring from professional football, Jason Denyer has become an entrepreneur and a social worker. He is married and has two children.
Jason Denyer began his career with Lens based in Lens, France, where he made his first team appearance in the Intertoto Cup in 1994 against Vasco da Gama. After a stint with FC Barcelona, Jason Denyer joins the legendary Lens from Belgium. At the time of his retirement, Jason Denyer had scored over 100 goals in his career which made him one of the greatest players of all time in the world of football. Jason Denyer’s international career spanned four countries which were; Belgium, Mexico, Spain and France.
Jason Denyer was instrumental in Lens’ progress as they finished third in qualification for the 2022 FIFA World Cup. The club qualified from their group with twelve points from ten matches, including a penalty shoot-out victory over eventual winners Spain. Jason Denyer impressed in the game and although his participation was limited to a substitute appearance, his influence on the team and his goals made him a popular selection for the Brazil national team in the coming months. Internationally Jason Denyer has received many accolades including being voted the best player in the 2022 FIFA World Cup. Jason Denyer impressed in both the games against Spain and Brazil, although he did not play in the final and missed the cup, his performances during these two games certainly helped boost the confidence of the Lens players.
After leaving Lens, Jason Denyer signed for French top-flight club Bordeaux, where he established himself as a regular starter in their attacking line. Jason spent five seasons at the club, playing both center forward and left wing in what was considered an attacking set at the time. Bordeaux achieved brief success in the top division before going into administration due to financial problems. Jason was not given any chance to revive his career at this club and decided to move abroad to play for Antigua in the 2022–11 season, where he has impressed with his performances so far.
|age||25 years old|
|born||28 June 1995|
|birth place||jet, belgium|
Jason Denyer has become a regular member of the Belgium national team and has impressed with his performance. This has made Jason one of the favorite players in the lens as he believes he has a lot to offer to the team due to his experience both at left-wing and centre-back. Jason started his career as a right wing-back with the right wing in the lens, but has now moved to the centre-back position. Jason Denyer joined former Ajax defender and AC Milan starlet Kepiche to forge a good partnership at AC Milan and set the club on the road to success with three consecutive top-half finishes.
Jason Denyer is now established at international level and has established himself as a highly valued member of the Lens team and has also made eleven appearances for Belgium. Jason started his career as a young player in Lens and has developed a good relationship with the coach and the team as a whole. Jason Denyer has represented Belgium at every youth level from the youngest age group to the national team and has also worked with clubs in Spain and France. He has now settled in Belgium and plays for Antigua in MLS. Jason Denyer has a very good ability to play in all positions of the back line and he dribbles the ball well, which is important as the defenders need to be able to stop Jason Denyer.