After engineering major roster moves and a near worst-to-first turnaround, Rapids president Tim Hinchey is our Executive of the Year.
The international transfer window reopened on Sunday. On Monday, the Colorado Rapids were already hard at work trying to replace Jermaine Jones.
Colorado, who finished the 2016 regular season with an unbeaten home record of 11-0-6, will open the season on Saturday, March 4 against the New England Revolution.
The Rapids legend returns for his fourth season as head coach after leading the club to a trip to the Western Conference Championship.
In his only season with the Colorado Rapids, Jones appeared in nine regular season matches, tallying three goals and two assists.
The Colorado Rapids were busy over the weekend shaping their roster ahead of the 2016 Expansion Draft, scheduled for Dec. 13.
Hosts Danny Williams and Benny Bash welcome Doug Ottewill and Ryan Edwards looking back on the championships and changes in 2016.
Join Miguel and all the Fan of the Year finalists on Saturday, December 10 at Mile High Spirits (2201 Lawrence Street, Denver, CO, 80205) at 6 p.m. as we announce the winner of the inaugural Fan of the Year contest.
Seattle Sounders FC won 1-0 at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park Sunday to lift the Western Conference Championship.
Both Colorado and Seattle could claim to hold an advantage heading into the final leg of the Western Conference Championship.