Samuel Piette

Samuel Piette
Samuel Piette
Samuel Piette
Real Name: Samuel Piette
HT: 5' 7" WT: 175
Pronunciation: Sam-u-el Pee-ett
Age: 26 (11/12/1994)
Birthplace: Le Gardeur, Quebec
Hometown: Repentigny, Quebec

Finished the season tied for first in MLS with 34 games played and 34 starts, and tied for seventh with 3,000 minutes of play… Registered three assists…  Became the first Impact player, excluding goalkeepers, in MLS and the third player in club history, in the first and second divisions, after Paul Dougherty (1995) and Mauro Biello (2000) to start every regular season game, and the first Impact player to appear in every MLS game during the season on October 28, in New England… Surpassed Hassoun Camara in first place in Impact MLS history for most minutes in a season on October 21, against Toronto… Named once to the Team of the Week and six times as the Videotron Player of the Game… Started both Canadian Championship games.

2017: Signed with the Montreal Impact on August 2, following a transfer from Spanish club CD Izarra… Started 11 games and played 960 minutes, making his MLS debut on August 12 in Philadelphia… Recorded his first career assist in MLS on September 30 in Colorado… Selected to the Team of the Week for week 23 and chosen three times the Videotron Player of the Game.

2016-17: Signed with CD Izarra, in the Spanish third division, on July 16… Appeared in 32 games and 2,840 minutes, including 31 starts.

2015-16: Loaned by Deportivo La Coruña to Racing de Ferrol, in the Spanish third division, on August 7… Played 14 games and 540 minutes, including three starts.

2014-15: Signed with Spanish club Deportivo La Coruña on August 25.

2013-14: Appeared in 28 games and 2,178 minutes with Fortuna Düsseldorf reserve team, including 24 starts… Joined the first team at the end of the season, in the German second division, playing in two 2. Bundesliga games.

Has recorded three assists in 40 games, including 26 starts, with the Canadian national team… Made his senior debut with the Reds at the age of 17, on June 3, 2012, against the United States… Took part in the 2017 CONCACAF Gold Cup, starting all four games during the tournament… Played in the 2013 and 2015 editions, while also appearing in several 2018 FIFA World Cup qualification games… Also represented Canada at the U17, U20 and U23 levels and played in the 2011 FIFA U17 World Cup in Mexico.

Joined the FC Metz Academy, in France, in 2009, following a partnership with the Quebec Soccer Association… Joined the Fortuna Düsseldorf Academy, in Germany, in 2012, playing with the U19 team during two seasons.

A joué son soccer amateur avec le FC Boisbriand. / Played his youth soccer with FC Boisbriand.

Son of Stéphan Piette and Linda Bélanger… Fluent in French, English and Spanish.

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Career Statistics (Regular Season)
2021Montreal Impact6504502203020
2020Montreal Impact222211943119635031
2019Montreal Impact252502220012130060
2018Montreal Impact343403000311241050
2017Montreal Impact1111096013014030
Career Totals-98971857374791230191
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