Leo Dubois was born in Le Havre. Leo Dubois first played for underage soccer in his home town of Troyes, France before making the move to Lens. Leo started his playing career at the centre position but he quickly moved to left back and right wing where he has spent the majority of his playing career. Leo Dubois made his international debut at the 1990 FIFA World Cup when he came on as a substitute in the quarter final match against Brazil.
Leo Dubois first joined youth club Les Combats before progressing to play for local club Troyes where he impressed with the reserve team and then progressed to a regular role on the right wing. Leo spent two years at Troyes, where he impressed coach John Kavanagh with his footballing skills and fitness. Leo was then signed by FC Barcelona and played one season for the club before moving to Monaco. Leo played three times for the French side and helped them reach the quarter finals of the cup before moving to PSG where he played one more season.
Leo’s playing days are in the past and he joined the legionnaires club as an assistant coach before signing for Portuguese club Vasco Da Gama. Leo spent two years there and impressed the board of directors enough that he was given a job as an assistant coach before moving onto Villarreal in Spain. Leo spent three years there as an assistant coach before being given a role as the first team manager and later sporting director. Leo Dubois left Villarreal to join Italian giants Inter Milan but failed to find a team anywhere near his native France. Leo Dubois moved back to France but was immediately recalled by Inter Milan and has never looked back since.
Leo Dubois had a long term relationship with his former teammate and friend, Laurent Blanc. The two were teammates for seven years at the height of Leo Dubois skills as a player and Leo Dubois’ abilities as a coach. After a short spell in international football Leo Dubois decided to return to France and try to win his second cap for France. He did this in the winter of 1994 and made an instant impact on the French national team squad. Leo Dubois has impressed the coaching staff at Les Bleus again and has started three games this season, as well as being named in the team of the tournament for the World Cup this summer.
Leo Dubois first started out as a youth in France but moved to London to become an apprentice in a carpentry trade. However, it wasn’t long before he found his calling in football and signed for Parris Island in Jamaica. Leo spent three years there and impressed the coaches of AC Milan, who signed him up as a professional player and brought him to the Italian club where he now plays for. Leo Dubois has impressed the coaching staff at Milan and now looks set to continue in the role he inherited from Laurent Blanc and move into management of the club in the near future.
Leo Dubois has represented Jamaica in the game, although he is originally from France and represented them at youth level as well. Leo Dubois has won the Jamaican national football team several times and has also represented England in two World Cups and also the USA. Leo Dubois has represented the USA in the last two World Cups and scored two goals in four matches and looks to be a steady presence in the forwards for the USA team.