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The Colorado Rapids have signed goalkeeper William Yarbrough from Liga MX side Club Leon to a three-year contract and maintain a membership possibility for a further year, the membership introduced Tuesday. The deal retains the 31-year-old with Colorado via no less than the 2023 season and presumably via 2024.
“We’re thrilled to have the ability to bring Will back to the membership,” Colorado VP and basic manager Padraig Smith said in a launch. “Will is a confirmed winner and his management inside the locker room was invaluable as we navigated an unprecedented season last year. Bringing him back on a everlasting foundation was one in every of our top priorities this offseason and reinforces what we imagine to be one of many best goalkeeping groups within the league.”
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— Colorado Rapids (@ColoradoRapids) February 2, 2021
Yarbrough spent the 2020 season with Colorado on a one-year loan from Leon, beginning 14 of 18 regular-season matches and posting 4 clear sheets. He additionally began Colorado’s Round One match within the Audi MLS Cup Playoffs, a 3-0 exit against Minnesota United.
Earlier than coming to Colorado, Yarbrough spent his complete professional career with Leon, making 203 appearances and winning two BBVA Liga MX titles. Born in Mexico to American mother and father, he’s earned three US males’s national team caps, last that includes in October 2016.
The Rapids return a lot of their young core for the 2021 MLS season, with Yarbrough one in every of a number of key veterans. Led by head coach Robin Fraser, they’re seeking to make back-to-back postseason appearances for the primary time since 2012-13.