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Davide Antonio Xausa (born 10 March 1976 in Vancouvermarker) is a Canadian footballer, currently playing for amateur side Columbus Clan.

Club career

Xausa started his career with St. Catharines Wolves before relocating to Stoke-on-Trentmarker, Englandmarker in January 1998 to play for Port Vale on trial. Unable to win a contract he tried his luck with their rivals Stoke City the following month. Again failing to win a contract he moved north to Scotlandmarker to sign with St. Johnstone later in the month. Playing just one game for the club he soon moved to the Netherlandsmarker to sign with Eerste Divisie side Dordrecht '90 before returning to Canada with Vancouver Whitecaps of the USL First Division.

He finally settled in Scotland with Inverness Caledonian Thistle in September 1999. He played over fifty games for the club, maintaining a respectable goals tally before he switched to Livingston in March 2001. Staying with the club for two years he made 68 league appearances, though many of these were as a substitute. In August 2003 he joined Falkirk, but had left the club by February 2004.

After another spell with Vancouver Whitecaps he later joined amateur club Columbus Clan.

International career

Xausa earned his first cap for Canada on 27 April 1999 against Northern Ireland. In all he played 32 full international games and scored 2 goals - one against Guatemala in a friendly on 29 May 1999 and the other one in the Open Canada Cup against Ecuador on 6 June 1999, which Canada lost 2-1.

In 2000 he was part of Canada's squad that won their first CONCACAF Gold Cup.. He played two games in the 2001 FIFA Confederations Cup. His last national team game was on 18 January 2003 against the USA.

International goals

Scores and results list Canada's goal tally first.
# Date Venue Opponent Score Result Competition
1 29 May, 1999 Varsity Stadiummarker, Torontomarker, Canadamarker 1-0 1-0 Friendly match
2 6 June, 1999 Commonwealth Stadiummarker, Edmontonmarker, Canadamarker 1-1 1-2 Open Canada Cup



: 2000


  1. Canada Wins Gold Cup - CanadaSoccer

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