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Dutch Lions ink Cruyff grandson
April 16th, 2014 9PM
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[USL PRO TRANSACTIONS] The Dayton Dutch Lions have Matheus (Brazilian defender Matheus Diovany Pechim Dos Santos), they have a Beckham (Jackson Beckham Diego Socrates da Silva de Jesus), now they have a Cruyff. The USL PRO club announced the signing of 21-year-old defender Jesjua Angoy Cruyff, the grandson of Johan Cruyff.
“Jesjua is a very talented player that will fit our style of play perfectly,” Dutch Lions head coach Sid van Druenen said. “He is a left-footed player who played in the youth academy of Barcelona in Spain and spent two years in England with Wigan, and so brings experience with him that not a lot of guys on our roster have. He will be another great addition to an already quality roster.”

Angoy Cruyff's most recent stop was with Lausanne Sport's B team in Switzerland.

His father, Jesus Angoy, was a backup keeper at Barcelona before becoming a football placekicker.

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