Kwame Watson-Siriboe

Kwame Watson-Siriboe
Kwame Watson-Siriboe
Kwame Watson-Siriboe
Defender
Real Name: Kwame Watson-Siriboe
HT: 6' 3" WT: 196
Age: 29 (11/13/1986)
Birthplace: Chino Hills, CA
Hometown: Chino Hills, Calif.

HOW ACQUIRED: Traded from Real Salt Lake on August 11, 2014

Professional Career

2013: Made seven appearances – all of which were starts – for the Claret-and-Cobalt in the regular season ... Played a total of 630 minutes, registering zero goals and assists … Tore his ACL in a Reserve League match at Phoenix FC on June 15; missed the rest of the season due to the injury

2012: Acquired by RSL in a trade with Chicago on June 27 … Did not appear in any MLS games for Chicago ... Played in 12 league games for RSL, 10 of which were starts … Those 12 appearances and 10 starts in ½ season with RSL were more than Watson-Siriboe had in 2 ½ years with the Fire … Made his first appearance for the Claret-and-Cobalt in a scoreless draw with Seattle at Rio Tinto Stadium on July 4 … Appeared in 11 consecutive league games to start his RSL career, beginning with the aforementioned July 4 game against Seattle and ending with RSL’s 0-1 loss at Houston  … Made his playoff debut in the first leg of RSL’s Western Conference Semfinal series loss to Seattle, starting at CenturyLink Field and playing 76 minutes before being subbed off … Appeared in two of RSL’s four CONCACAF Champions League matches, coming on as a second half sub in the Claret-and-Cobalt’s CCL opener at Herediano on July 31 and going the full 90 in the team’s 2-0 win over Tauro FC on Aug. 21

2011: Did not appear in any games with the Fire...Was sent on a season-long loan to FC Tampa Bay of the second-division NASL on June 3 … Made 10 appearances for Tampa Bay before returning to Chicago upon the conclusion of the NASL season in early-October

2010: Appeared in 10 league matches, starting 7 for a total of 681 minutes during his rookie campaign…Made his professional debut early in the season, starting centrally next to current RSL Assistant Coach C.J. Brown in a 2-2 draw at COL on 4/3… Helped the Fire back line to 3 clean sheets during his time on the field, his first coming in a 3-0 win at SJ on 9/29… Appeared in all 3 of the Fire’s SuperLiga matches, starting two … Started and played the full 120 minutes in Chicago’s U.S Open Cup shootout loss to Charleston Battery on 6/29 …

College

2006-09: Played 19 matches, scoring three goals for the Huskies in his senior season of 2009 while garnering First Team All-Big East honors … Appeared in 12 matches as a junior in 2008, helping UConn to a second straight NCAA quarterfinal appearance … Played in 23 matches in his sophomore season of 2007, leading the Huskies defense to the NCAA quarterfinals … Appeared in one match for UConn as a freshman in 2006

High School/Club

Played soccer at Canyon High School in Anaheim, Calif. and for Pateadores Soccer Club

International Career

U.S. Youth National Teams: U.S. Under 18's: Played 19 matches, scoring three goals for the Huskies in his senior season of 2009 while garnering First Team All-Big East honors … Appeared in 12 matches as a junior in 2008, helping UConn to a second straight NCAA quarterfinal appearance … Played in 23 matches in his sophomore season of 2007, leading the Huskies defense to the NCAA quarterfinals … Appeared in one match for UConn as a freshman in 2006

Personal

Majored in Resource Economics at the University of Connecticut


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Stats

MLS
Career Statistics (Regular Season)
YearClubGPGSGMINSASHTSSOGFCOFFYR
2015New York City FC117168703116051
2014Real Salt Lake00000000000
2013Real Salt Lake77063001010010
2012Real Salt Lake1210091805115030
2012Chicago Fire00000000000
2011Chicago Fire00000000000
2010Chicago Fire10706810316000
Career Totals-403112916012347091
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