• Thursday Aug 14, 2014

    Sporting KC, Haiti int’l Joseph part ways

    Peterson Joseph (middle) and Sporting Kansas City mutually agreed to terminate his contract on August 11, 2014. (Photo: Jamila St. Ann)

    KANSAS CITY, Kansas -- Sporting Kansas City announced Monday that it has mutually agreed to part ways with Haiti international midfielder Peterson Joseph.

    The 24-year-old, who signed with the club on September 1, 2011, appeared in a combined 36 Major League Soccer (MLS) regular- and post-season matches, three CONCACAF Champions League encounters and three U.S. Open Cup victories.

    On the MLS Disabled List since the start of the 2014 season, Joseph’s last appearance for the club came in October 2013.

    He began his career domestically in 2004 with Aigle Noir AC of Port-au-Prince and joined Portugal’s SC Braga in 2007, before spending one year on loan with FC Vizela.

    Joseph has played in four World Cup qualifiers and three CONCACAF Gold Cup matches for Haiti, while also scoring one goal in three outings at the 2007 FIFA U-17 World Cup.

    Sporting KC opens its 2014/15 CONCACAF Champions League campaign at Nicaragua’s Real Esteli on August 19.

     

  • Champions League

    Related News



RELATED NEWS YOU'LL LIKE

CONCACAF Weekend’s Best (January 22, 2018)

CONCACAF.com takes a look at the best performances and most interesting stories in CONCACAF Weekend’s Best.

With lesson learned, FC Dallas maps next SCCL campaign

FC Dallas learned a vital lesson in the 2016/17 Scotiabank CONCACAF Champions League. As important as your home leg is, don't allow your lead slip away on the road.

Valencia enjoying life at Tigres

Any time Enner Valencia is on the field, he is a threat to score.

CONCACAF Weekend Watch (Jan. 19-21, 2018)

CONCACAF.com provides an offering of storylines for you to follow during domestic league action this weekend:

Tigres, Zelarayan aiming for the double

Fresh off a sixth Liga MX title, ambitious Tigres has set its sights even higher in 2018, aiming to repeat as domestic champion and claim an international crown.