cracking victory over portland and super unlucky against L.A Galaxy keep up the work in the league though the title is yours already
Richmond sign New Zealand International.
Gleeson is Korrigan's first major transfer
Richmond Kickers News Release-www.Richmondkickers.com
Wednesday, June 21, 2014 9:30 am
Richmond,Va.- First year head coach Mike Korrigan has just made his first major purchase since joining the club in December. Portland Timbers and New Zealand International Jake Gleeson joins the Kickers for a transfer fee of $750k.
Gleeson joins Richmond after spending four years within the Portland Timbers organization. During his time he made four appearances with the senior team and was looking for a new club. In 2010 he was a member of the Timbers U23 squad that were crowned thew PDL Champions.
With his addition he joins an established goalkeeping squad with Jay Nolly and Adam Street. Andrew Dykstra left the club early this month due to not getting enough playing time. It is not known if Jake (Gleeson) will be playing much this season as Nolly has been the key man but look to see him play a few matches with the Kickers U23 squad.
"I am excited to be playing for Richmond and would love to help this club achieve a playoff title this season, I have no problem as the backup as I joined late.-Jake Gleeson on his transfer.
With June winding down Richmond have won the regular season title with a total of 47 points. They have also locked up the number one spot when the playoffs start in a few months. With seven matches left the Kickers are looking to keep their undefeated streak going.