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Roldege Arius

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Name  Roldege Arius
Years  Team
Role  Soccer player
1995-1996  Chicago Power (indoor)
Playing position  Midfielder
1997-1998  Vermont Voltage

1996-1997  Toronto Shooting Stars (indoor)
1999  Seacoast United Phantoms

Place of birth  Port-au-Prince, Haiti

Roldege Arius is a Canadian soccer player who played in the USISL D-3 Pro League, National Professional Soccer League, and the Canadian Professional Soccer League.

Playing career

Arius began his professional career at the indoor level with Chicago Power of the National Professional Soccer League in 1995. With Chicago he appeared in 30 matches and recorded four goals. The following indoor season he signed with Toronto Shooting Stars, where he appeared in four matches. In 1997, he was drafted by the Montreal Impact of the USL A-League. Instead of signing with Montreal he was offered a contract with the Vermont Voltage. In 1999, he signed with Seacoast United Phantoms, where he reached the conference finals with the club.

On March 25, 2001 Arius was signed by newly expansion franchise the Montreal Dynamites of the Canadian Professional Soccer League. During his tenure with Montreal he assisted in the club's fourth-place finish in the overall standings, thus qualifying for the playoffs. He appeared in the Wild Card match, where Montreal faced St. Catharines Wolves during the match he was ejected and the game concluded in a 2-1 victory for St. Catharines. In 2003, he signed with the Ottawa Wizards, and during his tenure with the organization he helped Ottawa claim the Eastern Conference title by going undefeated the entire season. Unfortunately a dispute with the league administration resulted in Ottawa pulling out of the playoffs.


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