The Colorado Rapids announced today that forward Conor Casey has signed a new three-year contract. Per club and league policies, financial terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
Rapids Managing Director Jeff Plush made the announcement in a press conference held this afternoon at Casey's alma mater of Denver South High School.
"Today is a banner day for the Rapids organization and we could not be more pleased with knowing that Conor will continue to represent our club with his professionalism and talents in his hometown," said Plush. "With all his recent successes on the pitch, Conor faced many opportunities to return to playing overseas and for him to make the commitment to the Rapids speaks volumes of the direction our club is headed."
"I'm really excited that the Rapids are committed to me and that my future is with this club," said Casey. "I am looking forward to the coming years, as we continue to build something special. Having played in my hometown the last several seasons and now knowing I'm going to be staying here playing for my home club is a great feeling."
"We're thrilled to have Conor re-sign with his hometown team," said Major League Soccer Commissioner Don Garber. "He was a dominant player during the 2009 MLS season and we hope to see him continue his success with the Rapids and with the U.S. national team."