You as a player: Jonathan is a player who never gives up. There are no limits for him.
The sporting discipline that he has, few have, he is always present before practices and stays after them to continue improving. Technically, he handles all parts of both feet in an exceptional way, but he knows that to become number one there is always something to improve day by day.
For him it is not only the work that is done in training, he knows he has to have more performance goals to reach his final goal. Examples: does yoga, strength training, explosiveness, coordination, etc. He will never give up, that is not within him.
He is a player who plays simple, which is the most difficult thing in football, he plays simple on the pitch. What I mean is, he does not complicate decision making and that is the key to playing football; and it is the most difficult thing to do in the more complicated games.
Both on and off the field, he is a born leader, you can see it from the first training, he does more than others always. As a defensive/holding midfielder, he distributes the play of the game and knows how to move correctly to create the necessary spaces to give advancement to the team.
Maria Fernanda Lozano Leal, Technical Director - Mexican Football Federation
Nationality: USA & Mexico
2018: Lobos de La Buap — Puebla, Mexico (Liga MX)
Training and trialling with first team
2017-2019: UP Movement — Puebla, Mexico
Personal training methodology with María Fernanda Lozano Leal
Technical Director of the Federación Mexicana de Futbol Asociación, A.C. (FEMEXFUT)
Certified Technical Director by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America
2017: Lehigh Valley United — Pennsylvania, USA (USL II)
588 minutes played
2015-2016: AFC Lancaster Lions — Pennsylvania, USA (ASL)
1,530 minutes played
ASL Cup 2016 semifinalists
2015: Philadelphia Fury — Pennsylvania, USA (ASL)
990 minutes played
ASL Cup 2015 semifinalists
2014-2015: West Chester United — Pennsylvania, USA (USL Majors)
Played center defensive-midfielder and right-back
2014: UE Cornella Academy — Barcelona, Spain (La Liga - 2.ª División B)
Trained with Juvenil B academy team
Coached by Albert Benaiges, former coach (21 years) at La Masia — Barcelona Academy
Went on trials with several clubs in the Catalonia region in search of a professional contract
2014: Boca Juniors Academy — New York, USA
Offered to play for academy team after trials; did not continue due to opportunity overseas
2013: Philadelphia Union Academy — Pennsylvania, USA
Trained with U-21 team
Current Clubs: 2019: Los Torpedos — Puebla, Mexico (Liga Iberica)
1,170 minutes played
Drivers License: Yes
Football Reference: Maria Fernanda Lozano Leal
Football Reference Number: 2222150450
Character Reference: Andy Adlard
Character Reference Number: 2086088614