Many fans were disappointed when Drew Moor left the Colorado Rapids for Toronto FC after the seven seasons in burgundy. But during his time in Canada, Moor was a part of three MLS Cup finals and the first MLS club to win The Treble in 2017: the MLS Cup, the Supporters’ Shield, and the Canadian Championship. Toronto also won the Canadian Championship in 2016 and 2018 and was runner-up in Concacaf Champions League in 2018.
Over four seasons, Moor played 90 games for TFC, but was getting less and less playing time over the last couple of years. And today, the Rapids announced that the veteran centerback has been re-signed by the club to a one-year deal.
The 35-year-old brings experience to a young Rapids backline and the move reunites Moor with Robin Fraser, who, as we know, was an assistant coach at TFC.
“We are extremely pleased to have Drew join our team,” Fraser said in the official announcement. “He’s a player who has been a mainstay in the league for so long and every team he’s been on has been successful. His leadership and championship-winning experience will be extremely important to us moving forward.”