Husidic began his professional career with the Chicago Fire in 2009 after he was selected by the club in the second round of the MLS SuperDraft. In three seasons with the Fire, Husidic appeared in 50 regular season games and two postseason games, scoring five goals and adding six assists. He set career-highs with 22 games played as well as five goals and three assists in 2010. Following the 2011 season, Husidic was selected by the Colorado Rapids in Stage 2 of the MLS Re-Entry Process, but he chose to sign in Sweden with Hammarby. He would spend two seasons with the club, appearing in 41 games in that time, scoring once while helping Hammarby finish fourth in the standings in 2012 and fifth in 2013.
Originally born in Velika Kladusa, Bosnia (when it was still a part of the former Yugoslavia), Husidic was raised Libertyville, Ill. He was a three-year star at the University of Illinois-Chicago, scoring 12 goals and adding seven assists for the Flames while helping them reach the NCAA Tournament in each of his three seasons with the team.
2015: After appearing in every game of the 2014 season, Husidic was called into action 24 times in 2015, largely due to a hamstring injury sustained in July that kept him out of the lineup for two months. Still, Husidic managed to tally one more assist on the season (5) than he did in 2014. He subbed on in the team’s 3-2 loss to Seattle in Galaxy’s Knockout Round matchup against the Seattle Sounders.
2014: After signing with the Galaxy ahead of the 2014 season, Husidic became a crucial player for the Galaxy in their MLS Cup-winning campaign. Husidic appeared in every MLS Regular Season match, contributing five goals and four assists. Played both centrally and out wide in the 4-4-2 formation. Also appeared in four of the Galaxy’s five MLS Cup Playoff matches, including the team’s 2-1 MLS Cup win over New England.
2011: As a member of the Fire, appeared in 18 matches while making nine starts. Husidic added two assists during Chicago’s MLS Regular Season campaign. Had his contract declined following the end of the season.