December 23, the New England Revolution announced they re-signed goalkeeper Matt Reis, 35. Reis ranks among the top 10 in MLS records, including games played (seventh – 227), games started (seventh – 222), minutes played (seventh – 20,081), wins (tied for seventh – 92), saves (seventh – 882) and shutouts (seventh – 59). Reis holds many club goalkeeping records, including goals against average (1.29), wins (75), saves (757), shutouts (50) and saves percentage (.729).
In 2010, Reis only made 14 appearances due to preseason shoulder and knee surgeries that sidelined him until mid-June and later an ankle injury iended his season in October.
Reis was originally drafted (26th overall) by the LA Galaxy in 1998, where he played five seasons before traded to New England in January, 2003. Reis has two caps with the U.S. Men’s National Team.
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