David Stokes

David Stokes

David Stokes

David Stokes
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Nacimiento 28 de mayo de 1982
Dumfries, VA, Estados Unidos
Nacionalidad estadounidense
Club actual D.C. United
Posición Defensa
Estatura 1,92 metros

David Stokes (nacido el 28 de mayo de 1982 en Dumfries, Virginia) es un futbolista estadounidense que actualmente juega para el D.C. United de la Major League Soccer.

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