Rudy Camacho

Rudy Camacho
Rudy Camacho
Rudy Camacho
Real Name: Rudy Camacho
HT: 6' 1" WT: 174
Pronunciation: Ru-dee Ka-ma-cho
Age: 28 (03/05/1991)
Birthplace: L'Arbresle, France
Hometown: L'Arbresle, France

Transferred to the Montreal Impact from Belgian club Waasland-Beveren on March 22… Signed a four-year contract with the club using Targeted Allocation Money… Started 18 regular season games and played 1,566 minutes in his first MLS season, making his league debut on April 14 against the New York Red Bulls… Named once to the Team of the Week, for week 18 versus Kansas City… Also started one Canadian Championship game and the Impact’s friendly game against Ottawa Fury FC, of the USL, on September 7.

2017-18: Started 27 games and played 2,430 minutes in the Jupiler League with Waasland-Beveren, scoring a goal on August 19 against Lokeren… Acted as the team captain for his last eight regular season games… Also scored one goal in three Belgium Cup games.

2016-17: Signed with Belgium first division club Waasland-Beveren in July… Started 29 games and played 2,508 minutes in his first season, scoring his first goal on February 18 against Mouscron… Scored one goal and played seven games and 540 minutes, including six starts, in the Europa League Belgian playoffs…. Started two Belgium Cup games.

2015-16: Started 25 games and played 2,250 minutes in the Championnat national… Also started a Coupe de France game… Wore the captain’s armband throughout the season.

2014-15: Signed with French club CS Sedan-Ardennes in July, in the Championnat national 2, helping the club finish first in the standings to earn its promotion to the French third division… Started 27 games and played 2,395 minutes… Also started one Coupe de France game.

2013-14: Started 26 of his 27 games and played 2,320 minutes in the Championnat national 2 with Lyon-Duchère, scoring five goals, including a brace… Also started a Coupe de France game.

2012-13: Signed with French club AS Lyon-Duchère in July, appearing in 24 games and 2,012 minutes, including 23 starts, in the Championnat national 2.

2011-12: Started 26 games and played 2,340 minutes in his second season with AS Nancy’s reserve team… Also trained with the first team, in Ligue 1, acting as a substitute for the Nancy-Montpellier matchup on October 29.

2010-11: Scored one goal and recorded 26 starts and 2,315 with the reserve team of AS Nancy, in the Championnat national 2.

Part of the academy of French club AS Nancy-Lorraine from 2007 to 2012.

Son of Jean-Paul and Isabelle Camacho… Has one brother, Kevin.

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Career Statistics (Regular Season)
2019Montreal Impact17161146409315040
2018Montreal Impact18180156609213020
Career Totals-353413030018528060
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