The Revolution announced that they've re-signed defender Chris Tierney on Monday to an undisclosed deal. The 27-year old Tierney, who is the club's current second-most tenured player behind goalkeeper Matt Reis, has played primarily at left back this season though he also plays left midfield.
“Chris is a very versatile player and gives us a lot of options,” Revolution General Manager Michael Burns said in a statement. “He is a great leader on and off the field, and has been one of our most consistent and productive players the last few seasons, so we’re very pleased he’s decided to sign a new contract to remain in New England.”
This season, Tierney has registered four assists in 18 appearances. He also has five goals in his six-season career.
Tierney is one of three native New Englanders on the Revolution roster.
If you want to reach Julian, email him at firstname.lastname@example.org and follow him on twitter @juliancardillo
The author is solely responsible for the content.
Translate this page
To our readers,
We've added a translation feature to the Corner Kicks blog to assist readers who may be more comfortable reading another language.
Google Translate is not perfect -- we're aware of that -- but it is quite good at getting the main points of the story across. We've successfully used it on The Big Picture, Boston.com's extremely popular world photography site. I'd be eager to hear your feedback on its use in Corner Kicks, in whatever language.
David Beard, Editor, Boston.com