Happy in Houston: Giles Barnes dishes on life-changing move in interview with The Telegraph

Before Giles Barnes was a key piece of the Houston Dynamo, a breakout star with the Jamaican national team and a man capable of wreaking havoc across MLS, he was a hotshot prospect in England. 
Barnes broke into the Derby County first-team at just 17, attracting interest from huge clubs around Europe with his speed, strength and solid play. But injuries derailed his promising career, and — with options at home and on the continent drying up — he turned to Houston in 2012. 
You know the rest of the story: Barnes fits in well with the Dynamo, helps them to the playoffs in his first two seasons, earns team MVP honors last year and breaks out with the Reggae Boyz this year. The move was a true life-changer for Barnes, who dished on his time in the States, why he cried after losing the Gold Cup final, and much, much more in this interesting feature in The Telegraph