|Place of birth Kingston, Jamaica|
Height 1.88 m
Spouse Cari Marshall
|Name Tyrone Marshall|
Salary 90,000 USD (2012)
|Full name Tyrone Everton Marshall|
Date of birth (1974-11-12) 12 November 1974 (age 41)
Current team Real Salt Lake (assistant coach)
1994–1995 Lindsey Wilson Blue Raiders
Education Florida International University, Lindsey Wilson College
Children Kingston Marshall, Morgan Marshall, Marley Marshall, Savanna Marshall
Similar People Andy Williams, Omar Cummings, Pablo Mastroeni, Deon Burton, Oscar Pareja
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Tyrone Everton Marshall (born 12 November 1974 in Kingston, Jamaica) is a retired Jamaican footballer and current coach.
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- Youth and College
- Colorado Rapids
- Miami Fusion/L.A. Galaxy
- Toronto FC
- Seattle Sounders
- Return to the Colorado Rapids
- Club statistics
- Miami Fusion
- Los Angeles Galaxy
- Seattle Sounders FC
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Youth and College
Marshall moved to the Fort Lauderdale, Florida area when he was twelve years old. He attended Lindsey Wilson College from 1994 to 1995 before transferring to Florida International University where he played on the men's soccer team from 1996 to 1997.
Marshall was drafted by Colorado Rapids with the 11th overall pick of the 1998 MLS College Draft. He played only one game for Colorado, then was dealt, along with Jason Boyce, to Miami Fusion on 14 August 1998 in exchange for David Vaudreuil.
Miami Fusion/L.A. Galaxy
Marshall would spend the next three and a half seasons in Miami, starting as a forward and eventually drifting to the midfield and then defense. After the Fusion folded following the 2001 season, Marshall was selected by Los Angeles Galaxy as the ninth pick of the 2002 MLS Allocation Draft and helped LA to victory in MLS Cup 2002.
On 13 June 2007, Marshall received a red card for a tackle which broke the leg of FC Dallas forward Kenny Cooper in the 89th minute. The red card carries a mandatory one-game suspension and $250 fine, but the MLS Disciplinary Committee decided unanimously to extend the suspension two additional games and an additional fine of $1,250.
Marshall was traded to Toronto FC for Edson Buddle on 13 June 2007 after five seasons with the Galaxy. Marshall cemented his place in Toronto's defense, and went on to make 16 starts during the 2007 season. Marshall managed to get revenge on his former side when Toronto earned their first win of the 2008 season in Los Angeles.
Marshall was traded to Seattle Sounders FC on 10 February 2009 for allocation money. He scored his first goal for the Sounders against Chicago Fire as the game finished 1-1. He also assisted a goal by Steve Zakuani in a match against San Jose. However, in the 86th minute in a match against D.C. United, Marshall accidentally scored an own goal with his head, and the game finished 3-3. He scored his second goal for the club on 17 October, in a game against Kansas City Wizards.
Return to the Colorado Rapids
After the 2010 MLS season Seattle declined Marshall's contract option and Marshall elected to participate in the 2010 MLS Re-Entry Draft. On 15 December 2010 Marshall was selected by Colorado Rapids in Stage 2 of the Re-Entry draft. Marshall agreed to the terms of his contract on 3 January 2011 officially completing the transfer.
Marshall was released by Colorado on 16 November 2012. He entered the 2012 MLS Re-Entry Draft and became a free agent after going undrafted in both rounds of the draft.
Marshall was a regular with the Jamaican national team. He appeared in 83 matches from 2000-2010 before retiring from international football in January 2010, after appearing versus Canada.
Marshall was named head coach of the River City Rovers of the USL Premier Development League for the 2014 season.