Evans signs new deal with Seattle Sounders

Seattle Sounders, the MLS team, has once again signed a news deal with midfielder Brad Evans. Recently, the 28 year old has been playing at right-back position for United States national football team. He has signed a new multi year contract with Seattle Sounders.

Adrian Hanauer, the general manager of Seattle Sounders, stated that resigning Brad Evans was a huge priority for them. He is a versatile player on the field. He has become a leader in the locker room. Evans exhibits the spirit, values and commitment of playing for Sounders FC badge.

Brad has made hundred and twelve appearances since he joined in the year 2009 from Columbus Crew. He stated that his target was to stay in Sounders and he is very excited to carry on his career in this club. It is always an honor to play for this fans and this city. He could not get back to work with his teammates to get ready for next season.

Meanwhile, Osvaldo Alonso has been announced as the Seattle Sounders MVP. This is the 4th year in a row that he has got this honor. The 28 year old midfielder, born in Cuba, was named as the Sounders most valuable player on Monday.
A statement by Seattle Sounders read: Seattle Sounders FC announced today that Osvaldo Alonso was named the team’s 2013 Most Valuable Player. The award was voted on by his teammates.

Alonso has become the first footballer in club history to make hundred and ten starts, hundred and twenty appearances and log ten thousand minutes.