Monthly Archives: November 2011

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Kasey Keller voted MLS Keeper of The Year.

Retiring Seattle Sounders star Kasey Keller has been voted Major League Soccer’s goalkeeper of the year.

The 41-year-old from Olympia, Wash., led MLS goalkeepers with 18 wins and 76 percent of shots saved, and he had nine shutouts. He received 73.97 percent of voting by media, players and club officials announced Monday, with the percentage of each group totaled.

Philadelphia’s Faryd Mondragon was second at 49.75, followed by Dallas’ Kevin Hartman (31.67) and Salt Lake’s Nick Rimando (30.43).

Soccer team adds Twitter handles on jerseys.

Twitter handle on soccer jerseyMexican first division soccer team Jaguares de Chiapas has a reputation for being a forward-thinking, innovative club. That makes sense, since the club has only been in existence since 2002.

Its latest bold move takes the social media craze right onto the playing field. Jaguares recently unveiled new jerseys that replace the names on the backs with a player’s Twitter handle.

“Conscious of the age we live in, where we can all stay in touch through the Internet without regard to distance, Jaguares launched a campaign and realized various activities linked to Twitter,” the club said on its website.

It’s believed to be the first time a professional sports team has officially used Twitter handles on jerseys. The uniforms also feature the Twitter handle of club sponsor Cerveza Sol.

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