Dujon Desgurante had a brief spell at Walton Casuals in August 2017 after a season playing professionally with Maltese side Ta’Xbiex.
The defender began his career with Hillingdon Borough during the 2009-10 season, before moves to Kentish Town and Northwood Reserves followed.
He joined Spartan South Midlands Premier Division club Wembley ahead of the 2014-15 campaign and scored three goals in 20 games from full-back. Desagurante’s form impressed Evo-Stik Southern Premier Division One Central club AFC Hayes enough to make the move up to the eighth tier in December 2014.
Spending a year with the team he scored twice in 41 games before joining Harefield United in December 2015. Desagurante added another two goals to his tally in 17 games for the Hares before going on to feature for Southall for the final weeks of the season.
Hoping to try his luck at the professional game, he headed to Malta for a pre-season trial in 2017. Joining Maltese Third Division club Ta’Xbiex, Desagurante spent the complete 2016-17 campaign in the Mediterranean before a return to England.
After a pre-season trial at Kingstonian alongside Sonny Black, Desgurante completed a move to Walton Casuals in July 2017. Starting at left-back in the opening weeks of the season, he featured for the Stags on five occasions before joining Combined Counties Premier Division side Chertsey Town on dual registration. He later made the move permanent and scored once in 10 appearances for the Curfews.
In January 2018, he joined Bostik North Division strugglers Cheshunt.