Ryan Guy

Ryan Guy
Ryan Guy
Real Name: Ryan Guy
HT: 5' 8" WT: 160
Age: 30 (09/05/1985)
Birthplace: San Diego, California
Hometown: Carlsbad

A cunning, pacey player who has expended his role with the club in each of his two years with the team … one of the squad’s most versatile players, has seen playing time at almost every position on the field except left back and goalkeeper ... while he demonstrates his versatility every game, he is most comfortable at right midfield ... came to the Revs in 2011 with four years of experience in Europe, playing with Ireland’s St. Patrick’s Athletic since early 2007… a native of San Diego ... signed with the club on June 9, 2011 ... Twitter account: @RMGuy12.

2012: Made 23 appearances, including 20 starts: four at right wing, four at forward, three at right back and nine in the central midfield. Scored one goal and recorded two assists. Was a substitute at right midfield at San Jose (March 10), and came on at halftime at right midfield at Kansas City (March 17) before moving to left midfield later in the half. Made his first start of the season at right wing against Portland (March 24), and shifted to right back after Kevin Alston suffered a facial injury in the 70th minute. Started at forward at LA (March 31) and recorded his first career assist on Saer Sene’s goal. Missed four games – from April 28 to May 12 – with right calf tightness. Returned to the starting lineup against Houston (May 19), making his first career start in the central midfield. Made his second-consecutive start in the central midfield at D.C. (May 26), but left in the 28th minute with right calf tightness and missed two matches - against Chicago (June 2) and Columbus (June 16) - with the injury. Returned to the lineup at Montreal (July 18), lining up at forward, where he played for three straight matches. Returned to right wing in a start against Kansas City (Aug. 4) and shifted to right back after halftime substitutions. Scored his first goal of the season at Columbus (Aug. 25). Started in the central midfield in four straight matches from Aug. 12 to Aug. 29. Recorded his second assist of the season on Darrius Barnes’ 95th-minute equalizer against New York (Sept. 22), sending in the cross from deep on the right flank that Barnes headed in late in stoppage time. Called up to represent Guam for a friendly tournament and departed the Revolution to join the team in the Philippines, missing the match at Houston (Sept. 29). Returned with his first start at right back in the match at Philadelphia (Oct. 6) and shifted mid-game to center back, his sixth position of the year. Started the final three games of the season (Oct. 6 at Philadelphia through Oct. 27 at Montreal) at right back. Also made two starts in the central midfield in MLS Reserve League action: at Toronto (June 23) and against New York (July 8).

2011: Made 11 regular-season appearances, including six starts on both the left and right wings, after joining the team in early June. Scored two goals. Was among the dressed 18 on June 15 against Toronto, just one day after arriving in Boston, and made his MLS debut three days later on June 18 against Chicago, coming on in the 71st minute on the left wing. Earned his first MLS start at Seattle (June 26) - on the left wing. Was a second-half substitute against Manchester United (July 13). Entered as a 78th-minute substitute at Kansas City (July 30) playing an unfamiliar right back position in place of the injured Kevin Alston. Came on as a second-half substitute as a wide midfielder in the three later games: at Philadelphia (Sept. 7), vs. Dallas (Sept. 10) and at Portland (Sept. 16). Scored his first two career MLS goals at Chicago (Sept. 25) within a two-minute span in stoppage time. Started the final five games of the season (Sept. 25 at Chicago and on) on the right wing. Also made four appearances, all starts, in the MLS Reserve League. Saw time at left midfield and left back vs. Philadelphia (July 18), and left back at Toronto (June 21), vs. New York (Aug. 21) and vs. Toronto (Sept. 2) ... scored the game-winning goal in the 86th minute against TFC (June 18), after assisting on the game’s opening goal by Under-16 player Dominik Machado.

BEFORE MLS: Drafted by FC Dallas in the second round (22nd overall) of the 2007 MLS SuperDraft ... chose to pursue playing opportunities abroad and joined Ireland’s St. Patrick’s Athletic in February 2007 ... in four seasons with the Saints, he made 139 appearances and scored 25 goals ... scored St. Patrick’s first-ever away goal in Europe against Latvia’s JKF Olimps during the first qualifying round of the 2008 UEFA Cup.

COLLEGE: Appeared in all 79 of San Diego’s games in his four seasons, starting 77, between 2003 and 2006 ... was a 2004 NSCAA All-Far West honoree, and a three-time All-West Coast Conference performer ... scored 16 career goals and added 24 career assists.

GUAM NATIONAL TEAM: Has made three appearances for Guam as of Nov. 1, 2012 … declared for Guam in the summer of 2012 … his father, Jesse is Guam-born, allowing Guy eligibility for that country’s national team … made his Guam debut at the Philippine Peace Cup, Sep 25-29, 2012, which was held at Rizal Memorial Stadium in Manila, Philippines ... made three appearances -- including two starts – at the tournament ... started at central midfield in the first game tournament against the eventual champion, Phillipines (Sept. 25) and played 75 minutes ... started at forward against Chinese Taipei (Sept. 27) and played 50 minutes ... made a substitute appearance at forward in the 3-0 win against Macau (Sept 29) … also called up for the East Asian Football Championship (Nov. 26 through Dec. 7 in Hong Kong).

PERSONAL: Married to wife Nicole … the couple has one son, Zander (2), and is expecting their second child in January 2013 … son of Jesse and Sandy and step son to Randy … has three sisters, Sophie, Jessica and Cherise … studied political science at the University of San Diego, where he was named Mr. University … hobbies include reading, watching movies and going to the park with his son … has previous experience as an actor … played against Revolution teammate A.J. Soares in high school, and was a youth player for both San Diego Suft and La Jolla Nomads.

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