Saturday, April 07, 2007

Revs Sign Reis to Contract Extension

The New England Revolution has announced that starting goalkeeper and MLS All-Star Matt Reis has been signed to a contract extension, ensuring the former UCLA Bruin will guard the Revolution net for the foreseeable future. Terms of the deal were no disclosed, per MLS policy, but the deal guarantees Reis will be in the familiar navy and red next year, as his contract was to set expire upon the conclusion of the 2007 season.

The extension marks the third major signing by the club since the end of the 2006 season. Pat Noonan was re-signed back in November and Taylor Twellman was rewarded with a 3-year extension back in January.

With three of its key players locked in beyond this year, the Revs continue to invest in its own home-grown talent, rather than signing unknown quanitities from other clubs.

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