BOSTON- The New England Revolution announced via release today that the club is holding a press conference tomorrow at 11:15 a.m. with goalkeeper Matt Reis,
Reis, 38, had his contract option declined by the Revolution on Nov. 22, which could set the stage for his retirement.
Reis was instrumental in the Revolution's 2013 playoff push and was a key difference maker in their Conference Semifinal series against Kansas City. In game two of the series, he tore his quadriceps while attempting to dribble and clear the ball from midfield.
He leads the club in games played in goal (242), games started in goal (241), minutes played in goal (21,702), goals against average (1.34), wins (86), saves (960), shutouts (61), and save percentage (72.1).
In the league, Reis is 4th all-time in games played, fifth in saves, wins, and win percentage.
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