Adrian Serioux

Adrian Serioux
Adrian Serioux
Adrian Serioux
Real Name: Adrian Serioux
HT: 6' 0" WT: 190
Age: 41 (05/12/1979)
Birthplace: Scarborough, Ontario
Hometown: Scarborough, Ontario

Veteran of the Dynamo’s 2006 MLS Cup championship run re-acquired in the preseason who is capable of playing in midfield or in the back.

2009: Traded back to Toronto FC on 2/24 in exchange for a draft pick and allocation money … Became regular starter for Toronto at center back, making 26 appearances and 25 starts while scoring two goals for the first time in his career … Assisted on close friend Dwayne De Rosario’s goal in 1-1 tie vs. FCD on 4/11 … One week alter, scored a one-touch goal from close range following a corner kick in 3-2 loss at FCD on 4/19 … Headed in an Amado Guevara free kick to give Toronto a 2-1 lead in topsy-turvy 3-3 tie at DC on 5/9 … Came on as a substitute but was later red-carded for shoving Omar Cummings off a loose ball as the last man in a 1-0 loss at COL on 9/5 as Toronto finished with nine players … Canadian Championship: Started three of four games as Toronto won its first title in the tournament’s second year … Played 90 minutes in 1-0 win vs. Montreal on 5/13 … Started and played 90 minutes in 2-0 loss at Vancouver on 6/2 … Started and played 64 minutes in 6-1 win at Montreal on 6/18 that lifted Toronto to Canadian Championship on goal differential … Champions League: Did not play in either game of qualifying series against Puerto Rico due to injury … Toronto lost, 1-0 on aggregate.

2008: Made 24 starts for FC Dallas, notching a career high four assists … Split time between defense and midfield … Set up Kenny Cooper for second goal in 2-0 win vs. NY on 4/12 … Ejected in 5-1 loss vs. LA on 5/18 … Assisted on Jeff Cunningham goal in 2-1 loss at CLB on 8/16 … Assisted on Marcelo Saragosa goal that gave Dallas a 1-0 lead on 10/18 at RSL, but FCD lost 3-1 … Set up Drew Moor’s goal in 2-2 tie at LA on 10/26 … Open Cup: Did not play as Dallas reached quarterfinals.

2007: Selected by Toronto FC in the MLS Expansion Draft on November 17, 2006, but was traded to FC Dallas later that day in exchange for Ronnie O’Brien … Had knee surgery on 2/20 to repair Osteochronditis Dessicans, a bruise to the inside of the femur that was caused as a result of repetitive smaller injuries … Made his first appearance for Dallas when he started vs. DC on 7/14 … Left game with hamstring strain on 8/11 … Started at center back vs. CHI on 9/20 but moved to defensive midfield for the second half after an injury to Pablo Ricchetti … Made same move at LA on 9/23 … Started the final three regular season games in the middle of the field … Playoffs: Faced Dynamo in 2007 Western Conference semifinals, starting both games … Set up only goal in 1-0 FCD win in first leg on 10/27 with a long throw-in … Played 80 minutes in second leg, a 4-1 Houston win in extra time … Open Cup: Appeared in three games, including two starts, as Dallas reached the final before losing to the New England Revolution … SuperLiga: Started all three games as Dallas was eliminated in the group stage.

2006: Acquired by the Dynamo in the preseason from the New York Red Bulls in exchange for Danny O’Rourke … Appeared in 20 regular season, including 15 starts, and scored one goal … Started all four games in the Dynamo’s run to the MLS Cup title … Began year by starting each of the Dynamo’s first seven games but then missed two months and nine games after surgery on his left big toe … Returned to regular duty at center back alongside Eddie Robinson for most of the season … Scored only goal in 3-1 loss at RSL on 8/19 … Playoffs: Started all four playoff games in run to championship … Moved to defensive midfield for the MLS Cup final on 11/12 after Ricardo Clark was suspended due to yellow card accumulation … Played 114 minutes as Dynamo won title in shootout … Open Cup: Started all three games and helped Dynamo reach semifinals.

Began professional career with Toronto Lynx of the A-League in 2000 … Was named A-League Defensive Player of the Year and an A-League All-Star in 2001 … Signed a two-year contract with Millwall in the English Championship … Started nine games during the 2004-05 season … Made just two league appearances in 2005-06 and one Carling Cup appearance before signing with MLS and the MetroStars, who soon changed their name to become the New York Red Bulls.

Canada international (19 caps, 1 goal) … 2008: Made nine appearances and scored his first career international goal … Played in friendly matches against Martinique (1/30), Brazil (5/31), and Panama (6/4) … Started all six games in Canada’s World Cup qualifying semifinal group as Canada was eliminated … Scored first goal of his international career in 2-1 loss vs. Honduras on 9/6 … 2007: Appeared in 1-1 friendly draw vs. Costa Rica on 9/12 … 2006: Appeared in 0-0 tie at the United States on 1/22 and 2-0 win at Austria on 3/1 … 2005: Made five appearances for Canada, including two in the CONCACAF Gold Cup … Appeared in friendly at Northern Ireland on 2/9 and vs. Honduras on 7/2 … Appeared in losses to Costa Rica and the United States during the Gold Cup … Also played in 2-1 loss at Spain on 9/3 … 2004: Made international debut in 2-0 loss vs. Guatemala on 8/18 in World Cup qualifier … Also appeared in 1-0 win at Guatemala on 11/17.

Played one year at the University of New Haven in Connecticut.

Malvern Soccer Club, which he led to five Provincial Cups and one national championship.

Native of Scarborough, Ontario, a suburb of Toronto and the hometown of former Dynamo midfielder Dwayne De Rosario, with whom Serioux is close … Both of his parents were born in Trinidad & Tobago … Serioux attended Pope John Paul II high school in Toronto, where he also played basketball and volleyball and ran track.

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Career Statistics (Regular Season)
2010Houston Dynamo137270818413010
2009Toronto FC26252223518542061
2008FC Dallas24240192648022031
2007FC Dallas1010080606216010
2006Houston Dynamo20151141106326140
Career Totals-938157086636141191152
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