The Haitian international who evolves within San Diego Loyal (USLC), passed by the USL where he was crowned champion with the American franchise, Orange County, before joining the GIF Sundsvall (Sweden), Ronaldo Damus was designated ” REVELATION ” of the 2021 – 2022 season by the editorial staff of The latter finally received his trophy in the hands of Jude Bernard.

Born in Hinche (Central Department) on September 12, 1999 (22 years old), Ronaldo Damus, passed through the youth selections of Haiti U17, U20 and U23, made his debut in the national A team at the age of 17, either in 2016 under the leadership of coach Patrice Neveu. Since then, it has continued to attract covetousness. In 2018, he joined FC Dallas and played for his reserve team, North Texas SC (35 games and 21 goals). Since January 5, 2021, he has initialed a lease lasting until November 30 at the Orange County SC franchise, joined GIF Sundsvall in Sweden before dropping his bags at San Diego Loyal (USLC) in the United States of ‘America.

Sunday, November 28, the champion team of the 2021 edition of the USL Championship in the USA, was named Orange County, victorious (3-1) in the final of this Rowdies Tampa Bay competition. For the occasion, the Grenadier Ronaldo Damus, best pyrotechnician of the season, was huge in this final by scoring twice.

Ronaldo Damus’ stats for Orange County SC were bound to command respect: 31 games, 18 goals, 3 assists, an average of 2,766 goals every 154 minutes.


Thanks to this performance, the editorial staff of was touched and made the decision to designate the “REVELATION” designer of the season. Unreachable, the former Real Hope FA player finally received his trophy in the hands of Jude Bernard.

It should be noted that the trophy won by Ronaldo Damus with the Orange County SC team brought to his third the number of trophies he has already gleaned in his young career. Indeed, with Real Hope FA, in 2015, he was national champion in D2 before winning the 2017 opening series of the Haitian professional football championship.


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