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Buenos Aires, Argentina
2010: Played two Copa Libertadores games with Colón during the first stage of the tournament… Registered five regular season matches, three as a starter...Was signed by Philadelphia Union in July 15th, 2010… Made his first public appearance as a starter against Celtic FC in the club’s first international friendly…Played 45 minutes and earned one assist.
2009: Joined Mexican First Division Necaxa during the Clausura Tournament… Played 16 matches, 14 as a starter, in a devastated year for the Mexican club that ended with Necaxa being relegated...Returned to San Luis after a six months stint with Necaxa, registering 13 games, 10 as a starter… Scored one goal, and had one assist.
2007-09: Left his native Argentina for the second time in his professional career, joining Mexican First Division San Luis, where he met current Philadelphia Union defender Michael Orozco Fiscal… In his first year with San Luis, earned a total of 35 appearances, 29 as a starter, three goals and three assists… In 2008, started all 42 games played, registering five goals and four assists… In 2009, started all four games played of Copa Sudamericana, finishing with one goal and one assist.
2006: Returned to Rosario Central, where he started 21 of 26 games, including Apertura and Clausura, earning five assists… Started four of five matches of Copa Libertadores with Central.
2004-05: Started eight of nine matches played with San Lorenzo during Torneo Apertura 2005… Join San Lorenzo in 2004 where he played 11 games and scored two goals during his first season with the team.
2003-04: Returned to River Plate for two more seasons, where he registered a total of 38 appearances and four goals… Assisted River in becoming Clausura Champion in 2004, before going back to former club San Lorenzo.
2002: Arrived to Spanish La Liga First Division club Celta de Vigo to replace Valery Karpin… After playing just nine games with the Galician team, only four as a starter, left Spain during the winter trading window to return to River Plate.
1999-2002: Started as a backup on River Plate’s right midfield for most of the beginning… In 2001, became the undisputable starter for that spot… During his time at River Plate, Coudet captured three major national championships: Apertura 1999, Clausura 2000 and Clausura 2004… Between 1999-02 Coudet earned a total of 93 appearances and 18 goals with Argentina’s powerhouse.
1998: 30 appearances, five goals and a much highlighted year with San Lorenzo sent Coudet to River Plate, one of Argentina’s most recognized teams.
1995-98: His multiple abilities called the attention of one of Rosario’s powerhouse, Rosario Central, where he registered 91 appearances and 12 goals in three seasons… As team captain, led Central to Copa Conmebol Champions in 1995, his first international tournament.
1993: Made his professional debut for Atlético Platense at the age of 18 in a scoreless draw against Boca Juniors on 10/25/93.