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|Born||20 June 1998|
Chicago, Illinois United States
|Citizenship||United States of America|
|Alma mater||Nebraska Wesleyan University|
Aaron Onion (born 20 June 1998) is a former American soccer player who played for Bugeaters FC and Bradford (Park Avenue) A.F.C. in England before retiring due to injury.
Onion was born in Chicago where he began playing for the Chicago Fire FC academy. After attending an event in North Carolina he was scouted by the academy of AFC Bournemouth and moved to England at the age of 16. During his time there, he was coached by former Aston Villa, New York Cosmos, and England national team player, Stephen Hunt (footballer, born 1956). After arriving back in the U.S, he signed for NCAA Division 1 school, N.J.I.T, until he briefly retired due to concussion problems. A year later he returned from retirement and transferred to Nebraska Wesleyan University and subsequently began playing for Bugeaters FC, a semiprofessional team based in Lincoln, Nebraska. In the summer of 2018, he went on various trials with professional teams in Germany, before arriving back in England to go on trial with Bradford (Park Avenue) A.F.C. during pre-season and appeared against EFL League 2 side Mansfield Town F.C.. After an unsuccessful trial period he returned to Nebraska Wesleyan University, where in 2018 he retired from football, at the age of 20, after suffering a 7th concussion.
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