LAFC defender Ryan Hollingshead has secured his future on the membership with a brand new long-term contract.
Hollingshead’s new deal will hold him at Banc of California Stadium by way of the 2025 MLS season, having beforehand signed a one-year contract initially of 2022.
“We’re extremely excited to return to phrases with Ryan on an extension as he performed a important function in our 2022 championship marketing campaign. He’s among the many prime fullbacks within the league, and we’re assured he’ll contribute to additional success at LAFC,” co-president and common supervisor John Thorrington mentioned in a membership press launch.
“We’re proud to have Ryan, his spouse Taylor, and their kids as a part of the LAFC household. I additionally need to thank his consultant, Shaun Higgins, for his professionalism all through the method.”
As Thorrington mentioned, Hollingshead performed a key function in LAFC’s MLS Cup and Supporters’ Protect double. Following a 30-game, six-goal common season, the 31-year-old defender performed each minute of the Black and Gold’s Playoffs marketing campaign and even scored of their penalty shootout win over the Philadelphia Union at MLS Cup.
Previous to becoming a member of LAFC, Hollingshead – who can play proper throughout the line of defense – spent seven years with FC Dallas, taking part in over 200 video games in all competitions and serving to the Texas membership to a US Open Cup and Supporters’ Protect double in 2016.
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