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Ricardo Clark

32-Year-Old Midfielder     Houston Dynamo  MLS


Birthdate:  February 10, 1983    Birthplace:  Jonesboro, GA    Nationality:  USA    

June 6, 2015    Ricardo Clark News

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Clark recorded his third goal of the season during the 4-2 victory over the Red Bulls on Friday.

Clark has taken 28 shots over his first 15 games of the season and seems to be a viable option in most formats at this juncture of the season. Although, the 32-year-old has never reached the five-goal benchmark during his 11-year MLS career.

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Ricardo Clark: Past News Updates   ( ▲ View most recent update )

April 19, 2015

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Clark scored off a rebound in the 65th minute of Houston's 1-1 draw with D.C. United on Saturday.

Clark has now scored in back-to-back games, though fantasy players should note that Clark's never scored more than four goals in a MLS season.

April 7, 2014

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Clark made it two goals in two games as Houston fell 4-1 to FC Dallas on Saturday.

Clark, not known for his offense, has been the only offense now for Houston in back-to-back losses.

March 31, 2014

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Clark was on the end of a terrific set piece from Brad Davis to notch his first goal of 2014 in Saturday's 2-1 loss in Vancouver.

Clark, a defensive midfielder back at home in Houston does not figure to score a ton. You can definitely find better value in the midfield for your Fantasy MLS side.

November 19, 2009

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Clark is leaving MLS to pursue European opportunities according to Soccer by Ives.

On the same day Houston learns that Stu Holden and Ricardo Clark are most likely headed for Europe. For Clark, who was pursued lightly by Serie A side Livorno last January, it should be interesting to see where he ends up. He has a nasty edge to him that would fit Germany or Italy, and joining a team in January will keep him fit as he heads towards his World Cup dream.

August 9, 2009

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Clark, another American who has taken a huge stride forward for the national team this summer, netted his first goal of 2009 for the Dynamo as Houston defeated Chicago 3-2 on Sunday evening.

Clark is more of a holding midfielder, so he won't get too many goals, but he means a lot to Houston, and stepped up in the central midfield in the absence of Maurice Edu for the US National Team this summer.

July 28, 2009

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Livorno has plans to sign the American international during the January transfer window, Football Italia reports.

A move to Serie A is great for Clark, but Livorno may not be the best place.

October 4, 2008

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Clark scored his second goal of the year to put Houston up 3-1, a score that held up to be the final as Houston took three big points away from Colorado on Saturday night.

Not known to be a goal-scorer, Clark has been terrific in his holding midfielder role this season for Houston as they look likely to represent the West in the MLS Cup again this season.