The Denver Post
Colorado Rapids defender Drew Moor retiring at end of season
“Colorado Rapids’ defender, fan favorite and eldest statesman Drew Moor announced Friday that he will retire at the end of this season, his 10th as a Burgundy Boy.
The 38-year-old has been a part of Major League Soccer for 18 of its 27 seasons. During that time, the league has more than doubled in size, expanding from 12 teams when he first stepped onto a professional pitch in 2005 to 28 by the start of next season.”
Diego Rubio scores as Colorado Rapids defeat Dallas in Drew Moor’s final home match – The Denver Post *
“In Drew Moor’s final home game in burgundy, the Colorado Rapids made sure to send him off a winner.
Diego Rubio scored in the 66th minute and the Rapids earned a 1-0 win over Dallas on Saturday. William Yarbrough stopped one shot to earn the shutout for Colorado.”
Major League Soccer
Colorado Rapids defender Drew Moor to retire after 2022 season
“Colorado Rapids center back Drew Moor plans to retire from professional soccer following the 2022 MLS season, the club announced Friday.
Moor has spent 18 years in MLS, including 10 seasons with Colorado. He’s also played for FC Dallas and Toronto FC, winning two MLS Cups, a Supporters’ Shield and three Canadian Championships along the way.”
Colorado Rapids defender Drew Moor announces retirement
“Colorado Rapids defender Drew Moor has announced his plans to retire at the end of the 2022 MLS season.
The 38-year-old has spent 18 seasons as an MLS player, 10 of which have been with the Rapids. Moor has also represented FC Dallas and Toronto FC, lifting two MLS Cups, a Supporters' Shield, and three Canadian Championship titles.”
DNVR Rapids Podcast: Colorado Rapids beat Jesus Ferreira & FC Dallas in Drew Moor’s last home game –
“The Colorado Rapids dominated FC Dallas in their 1-0 victory. The burgundy boys came out strong and didn’t let up the whole game. Jesus Ferreira was locked down by Colorado’s defense and couldn’t get anything done. Drew Moor, 2010 MLS Cup Champion with Rapids, played his last game in front of the home crowd today. Join Yahir Vazquez, Mitchell Carroll, and Duane Brown as they break down today’s win.”
Rapids and Moor end 2022 at home in winning style
“The final match at home in 2022 proved the perfect ending for the Colorado Rapids on a season they missed out on the playoffs, but a day played excellently and with a final curtain call for a Colorado Legend. The home side sent fans home on a high note following a complete 1-0 win in a very 2021-esque team victory.”