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Dilly Duka was born on 15 September, 1989 in Montville, New Jersey, United States, is an American professional soccer player. Discover Dilly Duka's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 31 years old?
|Age||32 years old|
|Born||15 September 1989|
|Birthplace||Montville, New Jersey, United States|
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Dilly Duka Height, Weight & Measurements
At 32 years old, Dilly Duka height is 1.75 m .
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Dilly Duka Net Worth
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|Net Worth in 2021||$1 Million - $5 Million|
|Salary in 2020||Under Review|
|Net Worth in 2019||Pending|
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Duka was picked up by the New York Red Bulls on August 10, 2017.
At the end of the 2015 season, Montreal expressed interest in bringing Duka back for 2016, with the player saying, "Now, I’m just waiting for the Impact to make an offer. I’m going to look at that. If that’s good, I’ll definitely come back." However, on January 18, 2016, Duka announced he would not return to Montreal, with the club quoted as saying he wanted to pursue opportunities in Europe. The Impact retained his rights in MLS.
After leaving Montreal following the 2015 season, Duka returned to Columbus on June 20, 2016, after Columbus acquired his right of first refusal from Montreal in exchange for general allocation money, targeted allocation money, and a second round pick in the 2017 MLS SuperDraft. He made his return to Columbus July 3, 2016, playing 17 minutes as a substitute in a 3–2 win against Sporting KC. Duka's first goal back with Crew SC came October 1, 2016, in a 3–0 victory over his former club, Chicago Fire. He ended the 2016 season with one goal and one assist in 15 appearances.
In the 2015 Canadian Championship, Duka appeared in three of four games for the Impact, only being benched in the second leg of the championship against Vancouver Whitecaps FC. In the first leg, he had started and played 76 minutes before being replaced by Andrés Romero. With the 4–2 aggregate defeat, Montreal was denied a berth in the 2015–16 CONCACAF Champions League.
Duka opened the 2015 season in the starting lineup, as he went the full 90 minutes of a 1–0 season-opening loss to D.C. United, but he would wind up starting just 19 of 34 regular-season matches. Duka scored his first goal of the season on May 16 against Real Salt Lake, his 78th-minute strike helping Montreal to their first MLS win of the season, 4–1. He wouldn't score again until September 19 against Eastern Conference-leading New England Revolution. After coming on as a substitute for Andrés Romero in the 71st minute, Duka chipped Revolution goalkeeper Bobby Shuttleworth in the 76th minute to seal a 3–0 victory for the Impact. In the 2015 MLS Cup Playoffs, Duka appeared in all three matches for the Impact, but did not finish the full 90 minutes in any. He started the 3–0 victory in the Knockout Round over Toronto FC, before being replaced on 84 minutes by Dominic Oduro. At home for the first leg of the semifinals against Columbus Crew SC, Duka came off the bench to replace Oduro in the 61st minute of a 2–1 victory. The second leg at MAPFRE Stadium would turn out to be Duka's last game with Montreal. His 40th-minute goal would put the Impact up 3–2 on aggregate, but Duka would be replaced by Hassoun Camara in the 65th minute as Montreal would lose the game, 3–1 in extra time, and the series 4–3 on aggregate.
Duka began the 2014 season in Chicago, but appeared in just six of the first 19 matches. He did start away to his former club Columbus on May 24, but was subbed off after 61 minutes in a 2–0 defeat. His final appearance with the Fire came on July 6 in a 1–1 away draw with Sporting KC, when he came on as a substitute at halftime for Alex.
On July 29, 2014, Duka departed Chicago when he was traded to the Montreal Impact in exchange for Sanna Nyassi. He made his debut for the Impact on August 2, 2014, in a 401 Derby match against Toronto FC, coming on as a substitute for Justin Mapp in the 74th minute of a 2–0 defeat. Duka made his first start in Montreal when his former club, the Fire, visited Stade Saputo on 16 August 2014. He played the full 90 minutes, tallying one shot in a 1–0 Impact victory. In the next MLS match for Montreal, away to the New York Red Bulls on August 23, 2014, Duka tallied his first goal for the Impact. His left-footed strike in the 37th minute gave the Impact a 1–0 lead at the time, but they went on to fall 4–2 to the Red Bulls. Duka went on to score in matches against the Houston Dynamo and San Jose Earthquakes and finished the 2014 season with three goals for Montreal, appearing in all 14 matches after the trade.
In the 2014–15 CONCACAF Champions League, Duka appeared in all 10 matches the Impact played in their run to the final of the tournament. He scored twice, with both goals coming in the first leg of the quarterfinal matchup with Mexican side Pachuca. Duka started both legs of the 2015 CONCACAF Champions League Finals against Mexican side América. In the first leg, held at the Estadio Azteca, he received a yellow card and was replaced in the 71st minute by Maxim Tissot as América's Oribe Peralta scored in the 89th minute to earn a 1–1 draw. In the second leg, at the Olympic Stadium, Duka went the full 90 minutes as the Impact were defeated 4–2 and denied their first-ever CONCACAF title by a 5–3 aggregate score.
After three seasons in Columbus, Duka was traded to Chicago Fire on February 1, 2013, in exchange for Dominic Oduro. Duka made his debut for the Fire on March 3, 2013, in a season-opening 4–0 loss to the LA Galaxy. He was subbed off after 57 minutes. On June 22, 2013, in his return to Columbus, Duka scored in the 52nd minute of a 2–1 victory for the Fire, his first goal for the club. He set career highs in his first season with Chicago, scoring four goals and providing three assists.
Duka notched two assists from 20 appearances in 2012.
Duka made his lone appearance with the U-23 national team on February 29, 2012, against Mexico, in the lead up to the 2012 London Olympics. He was not selected to the US team for the 2012 CONCACAF Men's Olympic Qualifying Championship, where the United States was eliminated in the group stage.
Duka scored his first career goal on October 15, 2011, in a 3–0 victory over New England Revolution. He trapped an attempted clearance outside the box and finished from the left side of the penalty area in the 59th minute. He would go on to score his second career goal in the Crew's next match, a 3–2 defeat to Chicago Fire on October 22, 2011. Duka appeared against Colorado Rapids in the 2011 MLS Cup Playoffs as the Crew were eliminated 1–0 by the defending champions in the wildcard round.
Duka was drafted in the first round (eighth overall) of the 2010 MLS SuperDraft by Columbus Crew. He made his debut for the Crew on August 14, 2010, against Real Salt Lake in a 2–0 defeat. Later that season he made his first start for Columbus, picking up a yellow card in a 1–0 victory at D.C. United on September 4, 2010. Duka made five appearances in the 2010–11 CONCACAF Champions League, providing two assists, and also made three appearances in the 2010 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup.
Duka played in all three games for the United States in the 2009 FIFA U-20 World Cup in Egypt. He scored the third goal and gave an assist in the team's 4–1 win over Cameroon.
Duka grew up in Montville, New Jersey, to an Albanian family originally from Debar. Duka played at Montville Township High School, won three New Jersey state titles and one national title at club level, spent time in the Red Bull Academy, and played college soccer at Rutgers University. During his time at Rutgers, he led the team in scoring and was a 2008 All-Big East selection. For his career, he played in thirty-six games, making thirty-five starts, scoring ten goals and contributing five assists.
During his college years Duka played two seasons with the Newark Ironbound Express in the USL Premier Development League. He actually started 2008 with the New Jersey Rangers but he never made an appearance for the club.
Dilaver "Dilly" Duka (born on September 15, 1989) is an American professional soccer player who plays as a midfielder for FC Motown in the National Premier Soccer League.