Danny Hoesen

Danny Hoesen
Danny Hoesen
Danny Hoesen
Real Name: Danny Hoesen
HT: 6' 1" WT: 165
Age: 29 (01/15/1991)
Birthplace: Heerlen, Netherlands
Hometown: Heerlen, Netherlands

HOW ACQUIRED: Via loan on Feb. 2, 2017. Permanent transfer from FC Groningen, and signed using Targeted Allocation Money, on Dec. 29, 2017

A strong and speedy forward, Hoesen should contribute to San Jose's resurgence in 2020.

INTERNATIONAL: Hoesen has made 13 total appearances for the Netherlands at various youth levels, scoring three goals.

OUTSDIE MLS: Hoesen began his professional career with Fortuna Sittard of the Dutch second division, before joining English side Fulham FC in 2008 at the age of 17. Playing with Fulham's U-23 side, Hoesen spent time on loan with HJK Helsinki of the Finnish first division in 2010, helping the club win the league title, and later his former club Fortuna Sittard (2011-12) before returning to England in June of 2012. He scored four goals in 10 total appearances for Fulham's youth side. In August of 2012, Hoesen was transferred to Dutch powerhouse Ajax. Over the next season and a half, Hoesen scored 13 goals and added six assists in 44 appearances across all competitions for the first team, while also scoring eight goals in 22 appearances for the club's U-21 squad. He helped Ajax win the 2012-13 league title and the 2013 Johan Cruyff Shield. Hoesen also appeared in five UEFA Champions League matches against Real Madrid, Borussia Dortmund, FC Barcelona and AC Milan, scoring goals against Dortmund (11/21/12) and Barca (11/26/13). He then joined Greek first division side PAOK Thessaloniki on loan in January of 2014 and finished the season with one goal and two assists. Hoesen was then transferred from Ajax to FC Groningen in July of 2014 where he remained until signing with San Jose. Since joining FC Groningen ahead of the 2014-15 season, Hoesen has tallied 15 goals and five assists in 72 appearances, including four goals in 12 matches so far this season. He helped the club win the 2014-15 KNVB Cup, the Dutch version of the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup.

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Career Statistics (Regular Season)
2020San Jose Earthquakes83124901134110
2019San Jose Earthquakes30125146435925181710
2018San Jose Earthquakes342912248848333243010
2017San Jose Earthquakes32205183857024221610
Career Totals-104642360391222385686440
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