Jonathan Bornstein

Jonathan Bornstein

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Jonathan Bornstein

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Jonathan Rey Bornstein (born November 7, 1984, in Torrance, California) is an American soccer player who currently plays for UANL of the Primera División de México and for the United States national team.

Club career

Youth and College

Bornstein attended Los Alamitos High School, where he played soccer for all four years, and played club soccer for Irvine Strikers coached by Don Ebert. He was a teammate of fellow world cup player; Benny Feilhaber during his club days. He started his college soccer career at Cal Poly Pomona and played there for two years before transferring to UCLA for the 2004 season.


He was taken by Chivas in the fourth round at the 2006 MLS SuperDraft. A forward in college, he was converted to a left back by Chivas coach Bob Bradley, and was his team's surprising starter at the position when the season opened. Injuries and suspensions forced Bornstein back into an attacking role for Chivas USA's June 3 match against FC Dallas, where the rookie scored his first MLS goal. He continued his fine play in the back and also contributed to the attack during the rest of the season, finishing the year with four assists and six goals, leading all rookies. He was rewarded for his fine form by winning the 2006 MLS Rookie of the Year Award.

In 2008, he suffered a knee injury throughout the spring. When he came back, Chivas coach Preki began to employ him in an attacking capacity, which Bornstein trained for in his...
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