Colorado Springs Switchbacks FC loaned 5 Rapids players
The Rapids reserve the right to recall players at any time during the MLS regular season.
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colorado – The Colorado Rapids loaned five players to Colorado Springs Switchbacks FC for the 2021 season.
Goalkeeper Abraham Rodriguez, defenders Sebastian Anderson and Michael Edwards, midfielder Philip Mayaka and forward Matt Hundley will play for the USL Championship Colorado Springs Switchbacks FC this season, the Rapids announced Monday.
Under the loan agreement, the Rapids added that they reserve the right to recall players at any time during the remainder of the MLS regular season, subject to all roster compliance guidelines. the MLS.
“These loans will give Abe, Seb, Matt, Philip and Mike an opportunity to gain valuable playing time as they seek to take the next step in their development,” said Rapids Executive Vice President and General Manager , Pádraig Smith. “All five are young talents with great potential and who we believe can become successful players at the highest level. However, this requires constant playing time, so we are delighted to be able to offer them the opportunity to gain more experience through our partnership with Switchbacks FC.
The Rapids begin their 26th season in MLS Saturday, April 17 against FC Dallas in Texas. The Rapids start playing at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park on Saturday, April 24 for what will be Austin FC’s second MLS game in history.
Loaned to Switchbacks FC
- Abraham Rodriguez
- Sebastien anderson
- Michael edwards
- Philippe Mayaka
- Matt hundley
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