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2010 Montreal Impact season

Montreal Impact
2010 season
Chairman Canada Joey Saputo
Manager Canada Marc Dos Santos
USSF Division 2 Regular Season: 3rd, NASL
Overall: 6th
Playoffs: Semifinals
2010 Canadian Championship 3rd
Top goalscorer League: Ryan Pore(15)
All: Ali Gerba(9)
Highest home attendance 13,034
Lowest home attendance 10,864
Average home league attendance 12,397
Home colours
Away colours
Third colours

The 2010 Montreal Impact season is the 17th season of the franchise and the team played in the USSF Division 2 Pro League.

Conference table

Pos Club Pts GP W L D GF GA GD Details
1 Carolina RailHawks 47 30 13 9 8 44 32 +12 Details
2 Vancouver Whitecaps 45 30 10 5 15 32 22 +10 Details
3 Montreal Impact 43 30 12 11 7 36 30 +6 Details
4 Miami FC 33 30 7 11 12 37 49 −12 Details
5 AC St. Louis 29 30 7 15 8 32 48 −16 Details
6 Crystal Palace Baltimore 24 30 6 18 6 24 55 −31 Details
Final regular season standings. Based on the results at the USSF D-2 schedule table
2010 USSF Division 2 playoff structure
Conference leaders automatically qualify for playoffs
The remaining six teams with the highest point totals, regardless of conference, also advance to the playoffs.

Players

Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 United States GK Matt Jordan
2 Morocco DF Hicham Aâboubou
3 Canada DF Adam Braz
5 Canada DF Nevio Pizzolitto (captain)
6 France DF Richard Pelletier
7 United States MF David Testo
8 Portugal MF Filipe Pastel
9 Canada MF Rocco Placentino
10 Canada FW Ali Gerba
11 Argentina MF Leonardo Di Lorenzo
12 Cuba FW Eduardo Sebrango
14 United States MF Tony Donatelli
15 Canada MF Patrick Leduc
16 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines DF Wesley Charles
No. Position Player
17 France FW Anthony Le Gall
18 Canada FW Marco Terminesi
19 Canada FW Reda Agourram
21 France MF Philippe Billy
22 Canada GK Srdjan Djekanović
23 Jamaica MF Stephen deRoux
24 Canada DF Simon Gatti
26 Canada MF António Ribeiro
30 Canada MF Pierre-Rudolph Mayard
32 Canada MF Kevin Cossette
34 Canada MF Bastien Bourgault
40 Romania GK Andrei Bădescu
48 Canada GK Dominic Provost

Multiple nationalities

List of 2010 transfers

In

Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
6 Canada MF Tyler Hemming (Trade with Charleston Battery)
6 France DF Richard Pelletier (signed as a free agent, last club Stade Brestois 29)
8 Portugal MF Filipe Pastel (signed as a free agent, last club C.D. Feirense)
10 Canada FW Ali Gerba (signed as a free agent, last club Toronto FC)
16 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines DF Wesley Charles (signed as a free agent, last club Vancouver Whitecaps)
17 France FW Anthony Le Gall (signed as a free agent, last club Stade Brestois 29)
No. Position Player
18 Canada FW Marco Terminesi (signed as a free agent, last club Minnesota Thunder)
19 Canada FW Reda Agourram (signed as a free agent, last club Trois-Rivières Attak)
21 France MF Philippe Billy (signed as a free agent, last club Stade Brestois 29)
26 Canada MF António Ribeiro (signed as a free agent, last club San Jose Earthquakes)
32 Canada MF Kevin Cossette (on loan from Montreal Impact Academy)
40 Romania GK Andrei Bădescu (signed as a free agent, last club Trois-Rivières Attak)

Out

Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
-- Togo DF Zanzan (to FC Molenbeek Brussels Strombeek, contract expired)
-- Canada MF Mauro Biello (Retired)
-- Canada MF Félix Brillant (to Lasalle-Lakeshore United, contract expired)
-- United States MF Joey Gjertsen (to San Jose Earthquakes, contract expired)
-- Italy MF Stefano Pesoli (to A.S. Casale Calcio, Released)
-- Canada MF Tyler Hemming (Traded to the Austin Aztex)
No. Position Player
-- United States MF Ciaran O'Brien (to Colorado Rapids, loan expired)
-- United States MF Leighton O'Brien (Retired)
-- Canada DF Alex Surprenant (to FC Edmonton, contract expired)
-- France DF Cédric Joqueviel (to Castelnau Le Crès FC, Personal reasons)
-- Panama FW Roberto Brown (to San Francisco F.C., Released)
-- Antigua and Barbuda FW Peter Byers (to Parham, Released)

Players out on loan

Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
30 Canada MF Pierre-Rudolph Mayard (at Charleston Battery until August 13, 2010)

International Caps

Players called for international duty during the 2010 season while under contract with the Montreal Impact.

Nationality Position Player Date of birth Caps (Goals) Most Recent Call up
Panama FW Roberto Brown 1977-06-15 40 (14) v Chile, January 20, 2010
Canada MF Tyler Hemming 1985-05-09 2 (0) v Jamaica, January 31, 2010
Canada GK Srdjan Djekanović 1983-01-08 0 (0) v Jamaica, January 31, 2010

Awards

Team awards

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