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Kobe Jae Chong
|Full name||Kobe Jae Chong|
|Date of birth||28 June 2001|
|Place of birth||Birmingham, England|
|Height||6 ft 0 in (1.83 m)|
|2010-12||West Bromwich Albion|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
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Kobe Jae Chong (born 28 June 2001) is an English footballer.
At the age of 15, Chong was invited into for trials at Fulham FC, Sporting Lisbon and Cagliari Calcio. He chose to go abroad to Sporting Lisbon which ended unsuccessfully so he then went to Cagliari. Following a successful trial period, Chong signed a 3-year deal with Cagliari Calcio and was signed by coach David Suazo. He then had an international clearance problem which delayed his under 16 season until December of that season playing under Martino Melis. After two seasons, In 2018, he mutually terminated his contract and returned to England.
In the pre-season of 2019/20 he appeared 3 times for Brentford F.C. Reserves and Academy on trial under Neil Macfarlane, he played against Braintree Town FC where he assisted two goals. He played two more games against Chelsea FC U23's and Bedfont Sports. There were also rumours of a deal being made which eventually fell through. He then appeared 2 times for Huddersfield Town F.C. U19's under Dean Whitehead where he assisted 2 goals against Bridlington town in the Tigers Cup and he also played against Ossett United.
Chong signed for Midlands Football League team Solihull United in August, (a Full-Time football program ran at Solihull College which partners football with education).
Chong signed on loan for Southern League Premier Division side Banbury United under Mike Ford in October.
Chong signed for Southern League Premier Division side Redditch United in November.
Chong is eligible for England, Jamaica and Malaysia. He was selected with Malaysia U23 for the SEA Games 2019.
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