Spent 2017 with Tulsa Roughnecks FC, which also was his first season in the United Soccer League
Made 27 starts in 29 appearances for Roughnecks FC, scoring nine goals including three from set pieces
His club-best 74 key passes and eight assists helped see Tulsa reach the postseason for the first time in franchise history and was named to the USL All-League Second Team
Caffa's 74 chances created were second-most in the USL, only two behind Oscar Jimenez of USL champion Louisville City FC
Before the USL, Caffa played two years for Ecuador's Universidad Catolica. He scored two goals in 18 matches.
Scored nine goals in 38 matches in 2015 for Liga Loja of Ecuador's Serie A
Played six years at Arsenal Sarandi of Argentina's top division. From 2011-13, he scored six goals and appeared in 59 matches to help the club win its first domestic titles: 2012 Supercopa Argentina and 2013 Copa Argentina
Spent two years in La Liga with Real Betis, collecting 8 assists in 33 appearances in Spain’s top division.
He scored 12 goals and made 15 assists over three seasons with Betis and Real Zaragoza in Spain's second division
Made two appearances in the Europa League with Greek side Asteras Tripoli in 2014.
He is a product of the Boca Juniors Academy and made one appearance for the club's first-division side in 2003
Favorite TV show: The Sopranos
Favorite movie: The Dark Knight trilogy
Biggest goal: To make Fresno proud by winning a USL Cup
Hobbies outside of soccer: playing tennis, cooking, watching TV
Greatest accomplishments: the friendships made over the years playing soccer