Rapids Roundup | Rubio impresses, Barrios makes a fan's dream a reality, Priso finds his footing in Colorado

Find all the latest Rapids headlines from MLS Week 27 below!


World Football Index

Rapids Diego Rubio Already Enjoying A Personal Best MLS Season

“Diego Rubio is in his fourth season with the Colorado Rapids. Since joining from Sporting Kansas City for the 2019 season, the 29-year-old has been a focal point of the attack and a player who arrived with plenty of experience to contribute.

Rubio played across Europe for some big sides. He arrived at Sporting Lisbon in Portugal from Colo Colo in Chile before spending time on loan in Norway for Sandnes Ulf as well as a spell at Real Valladolid in Spain.”


Telemundo Denver (Spanish)

Colorado youth with heart problems fulfills her dream of meeting her favorite Rapids player

“Young Justice Avila, a youth player with Casa FC, met Colombian soccer player Michael Barrios months after getting heart surgery. The Rapids, in conjunction with a local foundation, helped fulfill her dream and invited her to a training session to then surprise her with lunch face-to-face with her favorite player.”


TFC Republic

Trade from TFC to Rapids forces Ralph Priso to fight for what he gets from now on

“It was one of those blockbuster trades that sent shock waves throughout MLS.

Last month, Toronto FC bolstered its midfield when it acquired Canadian international Mark-Anthony Kaye in a trade with the Colorado Rapids. Kaye didn't come cheap, though. The Reds had to give up a number of assets, including fellow midfielder Ralph Priso.”