- matches played 190
- goals 86
- assists 8
- Last appearance (days ago) 116
Dom Dwyer played 26 matches this season. With a height of 1.76m, Dom Dwyer undercuts Orlando City SC's mean tallness by 5. 23% of Orlando City SC's football players are left footers and so is Dom Dwyer. The club of Dom Dwyer, Orlando City SC, presently holds eleventh position in group Eastern Conference of Major League Soccer (United States of America). English forward Dom Dwyer, who is currently under contract to Orlando City SC in United States of America, joined the club July 25, 2017.
Since he came into world in 1990, to be more precise July 30th, the forward is NaN years younger than Orlando City SC's average player. Altogether, he was substituted in 19 and out 32 times. Currently, he left the pit more than he entered it which holds true for last season as well. Dom Dwyer managed to attract a lot of good feedback after his performance at MLS All Stars, the team he was subjected to before joining Orlando City SC.
His record stay with a club is Sporting Kansas City (United States of America) with five years and 6 months. At 180.78lb, he carries 13lb more than the average Orlando City SC player. Dom Dwyer's jersey displays the number 14. Throughout his professional career, he participated in 172 games, the last appearance being ten days ago. He impressed in Major League Soccer 2014 (United States of America), reaching his personal record of match appearances as well as goals. Already 40 times a card was given to Dom Dwyer in his tenure.
Orlando City SC has five more forwards in their squad, namely Chris Mueller, Santiago Patino, Tesho Akindele, Benji Michel and Nani. Concerning the latest matches, his club lost in Major League Soccer. Dom Dwyer's shortest stay in a club has been three months in his present-day squad. The current Major League Soccer 2018 (United States of America) term proves to be good for Dom Dwyer, as he managed to score 13 times (0.5 per match) and provide an assist not once. Basically, 30.2% of Orlando City SC's goals in Major League Soccer 2018 were caused by him.
(Last edited May 8, 2019)