Eduardo Coudet

Position Midfielder
Height / weight 1.78 m /
Born Sep 12, 1974
Nationality Argentina Argentina
Team History
Fort Lauderdale Strikers (2006–2016) 2011
San Luis FC San Luis 2009 - 2010
Colon de Santa Fe Colon de Santa Fe 2010

Eduardo German Coudet is a professional football player from Argentina and plays as a midfielder with a preference for the right side of midfield. In just a 15 year career, Coudet has moved through 10 clubs, scoring many times in his 400 appearances at the top level.

Coudet began his playing career at Club Atletico Platense in 1993 and scored 2 goals in 56 games. It didn’t take much time for Coudet to establish himself as a first team player but after the end of the 1995 season, he was moving to greener pastures. Coudet joined Rosario Central in 1995 and played 102 games for the team. This was, by far, the best time of his career as Coudet scored 23 goals and was one of the stars in the team.

He moved to San Lorenzo in 1998 and played a single season, while scoring 5 times. Then came Coudet’s big-club-move when he moved to River Plate in the Argentine capital. A regular in the starting lineup, Coudet was scoring big from the midfield and with 14 goals in 53 games, was indispensible to the team. Coudet helped the team win the 1999 Apertura title as well as the 2000 and 2002 Clausura titles in the Argentine Primera Division.

However, Coudet never managed to stay in a single club for too long and the same was the case with his tenure at River Plate. He moved to Rosario Central in 2004 before moving to San Lorenzo, on loan, the following year before returning to Rosario Central in 2006. Coudet was regular in the team but his impact on the proceedings had drastically dropped and slowly, he was being substituted towards the end of games.

In 2007, Coudet decided to move to Mexico and came to San Luis F.C. Starting off brightly, he scored 8 goals in the 76 games he played across all competitions. However, with younger players coming in, Coudet’s place in the first team was always in doubt and soon, in 2009, he was loaned out to Nexaca for 16 games, before being called back to the San Luis.

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