Davy Arnaud

Davy Arnaud
Davy Arnaud
Real Name: Davy Arnaud
HT: 6' 0" WT: 165
Age: 40 (06/22/1980)
Birthplace: Nederland, TX
Hometown: Nederland, TX


2011: Provided an assist to Graham Zusi in 4-1 win over FC Dallas on June 12th. Missed 11 matches during middle stretch of season after undergoing surgery on July 5th for a sports hernia.  On September 5th Arnaud made his first appearance since surgery in a 2-2 draw against Western Conference leader Los angeles Galaxy.  Arnaud blocked Beckham's free kick in the final minute of play to preserve the point.  On October 1st, Davy's start against San Jose gave him his 238th appearance which broke the record for most regular season appearances for Sporting Kansas City.  A record previously held by Kerry Zavagnin.
2010: Named team captain prior to the season. Played and started in 27 games. Scored 6 goals, second most on the team, to go along with 3 assists. He surpassed 200 career games with the club half-way through the season and scored in the 11th minute against English Premier League giants Manchester United in a 2-1 victory.
2009: Appeared in 25 games, all of them starts. Missed five games while on duty with the U.S. National Team at the 2009 Gold Cup. Named an MLS All-Star for the first time, playing the final 27 minutes against Everton F.C. of England. Earned MLS Goal of the Week honors for his strike against the New England Revolution on June 13th.
2008: Awarded Team Heart Award for the second consecutive season. Won team Golden Boot award with 7 goals and 3 assists, despite missing 6 games due to off-season microfracture surgery. Led team with 3 game-winning goals. Scored lone goal in 3-1 aggregate loss to Columbus Crew in Eastern Conference Semifinals.
2007: Captured first-ever Team Heart Award for performance that included team-high and career-high 9 assists in 28 games. Assist total good for fifth place tie in MLS. Scored game-winning goal in Western Conference Semifinal Series on free kick from 25 yards out.
2006: Finished with 4 goals and 4 assists in a career-high and team-high 32 games played.
2005: Helped pace Kansas City’s attack with 5 goals and 4 assists in 31 games.
2004: Led Kansas City to MLS Cup Final with a career-high 9 regular-season goals and 8 assists. Scored team-high 2 postseason goals during Western Conference Semifinal win over LA and added 1 assist.
2003: Broke into the regular rotation, scoring 3 goals in 18 games. Scored goal in first career start, scoring in the 11th minute against MetroStars. Played in all 3 postseason games.
2002: Selected 50th overall in the fifth round of the 2002 MLS SuperDraft. Played in 3 games as a rookie, logging 43 minutes.
NATIONAL TEAM: Earned first career appearance on U.S. National Team on September 9, 2007 against world power Brazil. Made second appearance in 2008 World Cup Qualifier against Guatemala. Played a large role in the United States' 2009 Gold Cup campaign, scoring his second international goal against Haiti in the group stage and starting all three of the teams' knockout round games.
COLLEGE: Became first soccer All-American in history of West Texas A&M after scoring 13 goals and adding 3 assists in his junior season. Ended 3-year career with 31 goals and 11 assists. Was inducted into West Texas A&M Hall of Fame in 2008.
YOUTH: Played at Elite Soccer Club for coach Brian Arendale. Attended Nederland High School.
PERSONAL: Married wife Stephanie in December of 2006 and has two children. Majored in mass communications in college. Enjoys playing golf. Currently the longest-tenured member on Kansas City’s roster, now in his 10th season in KC.

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Career Statistics (Regular Season)
2015D.C. United232101915312237080
2014D.C. United313022626021647280
2013Montreal Impact242111766513634350
2012Montreal Impact3331427653401342570
2011Sporting Kansas City221601536224419020
2010Kansas City Wizards2727623423582738543
2009Kansas City Wizards2525522142571737470
2008Kansas City Wizards2422720193441724650
2007Kansas City Wizards2828424899742946961
2006Kansas City Wizards32304278445724371060
2005Kansas City Wizards31285252546425533060
2004Kansas City Wizards30309262686127522540
2003Kansas City Wizards1873812011520930
2002Kansas City Wizards300430213000
Career Totals-351316502846246538203489108714
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