Jason St Juste

Jason St Juste is an English left winger who was born on 21st September 1985. St Juste began his career at Simon Clifford owned Garforth Town after graduating from the Leeds Brazilian Soccer School's programme, which was also run by Clifford. In 2004 he signed for Darlington, making his debut on 26th November in a 2-0 win at Cheltenham. St Juste scored his first goal for the club on 19th March 2005 against Grimsby, and was named the club's young player of the season at the end of the campaign.

In September 2005 St Juste signed a short term deal with Southampton after his Darlington contract had expired. The former Garforth wide man was signed against the wishes of manager Harry Redknapp and brought in at a request of Simon Clifford, who was now employed by the club under new director Sir Clive Woodward. Clifford left the club in November 2005 after alienating nearly everyone he came in contact with. St Juste soon followed, having failed to get anywhere near the first team.

In November 2006 St Juste rejoined Garforth Town. He signed for Norwegian lower league outfit Sandnes in 2009, before returning to Garforth a year later. St Juste had a loan spell at Evo-Stick Division One North club Chester in 2011, but was released after six weeks when he failed to break into the first team.