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James Louis Bosio (born 24 September 1991) is an Irish-born Gibraltarian former footballer, and currently a futsal coach. Mainly a defensive midfielder, he was able to play at left back or centre back in a career that saw him play at Glacis United, Europa, Lincoln Red Imps and Gibraltar United, alongside loan spells in England with Ashford United and Canterbury City. During his playing career, he earned 12 caps for the Gibraltar national football team.

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  • James Louis Bosio (born 24 September 1991) is an Irish-born Gibraltarian former footballer, and currently a futsal coach. Mainly a defensive midfielder, he was able to play at left back or centre back in a career that saw him play at Glacis United, Europa, Lincoln Red Imps and Gibraltar United, alongside loan spells in England with Ashford United and Canterbury City. During his playing career, he earned 12 caps for the Gibraltar national football team.
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  • James Louis Bosio (born 24 September 1991) is an Irish-born Gibraltarian former footballer, and currently a futsal coach. Mainly a defensive midfielder, he was able to play at left back or centre back in a career that saw him play at Glacis United, Europa, Lincoln Red Imps and Gibraltar United, alongside loan spells in England with Ashford United and Canterbury City. During his playing career, he earned 12 caps for the Gibraltar national football team.
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