Midfielder Michael Lahoud was acquired by the Philadelphia Union along with allocation money for defender Danny Calif.
2014: Appeared in eight games, starting four, while logging 437 minutes. He had one assist on the season, during a 3-1 victory against New England on June 28.
2013: Played in nine (9) games starting in three (3), logging 464 minutes.
2012: Midfielder Michael Lahoud was acquired by the Philadelphia Union along with allocation money for defender Danny Califf on May 17. Played 22 games for the Union starting 19 games, logging 1547 minutes. Before joining the Union Lahoud appeared in two games with Chivas USA, logging 54 minutes.
2011: Lahoud made 23 appearances for the club, including 17 starts, logging 1341 minutes. He scored his second career goal on June 18 against FC Dallas.
2010: He made 23 appearances for the club, including 20 starts, logging 1684 minutes.
2009: Drafted by Chivas USA in the first round (ninth overall) of the 2009 SuperDraft. He appeared in 16 games, starting nine and logging 872 minutes. He also started both of Chivas USA’s MLS Cup Playoff games.
College: A four-year starter at Wake Forest, Lahoud led the Demon Deacons to the 2007 NCAA National Championship and finished his career with 14 goals and 20 assists.
Personal: Born in Freetown, Sierra Leone, Lahoud moved to the Washington, D.C. area with his family at the age of three.
International: Made his first appearance for Sierra Leone in August 2013 for a World Cup qualifier against Equatorial Guinea. Was also called-up for African Cup of Nations qualifying in 2014.