RENO, Nev. – Reno 1868 FC is bringing back one of its goalkeepers from last year’s historic campaign, the club announced on Friday. Goalkeeper Russ Klabough has signed a deal with the club, pending league and federation approval. Klabough spent a majority of last season on Reno’s practice squad but saw action from time to time including a start in a 6-1 win over Portland Timbers 2 on Sept. 23.
RENO, Nev. – Reno 1868 FC has signed defender Zach Carroll, the team announced Tuesday pending league and federation approval. Carroll joins Reno 1868 FC after playing last season with Orlando City B. “Zach is a tall, solid center back with good feet,” Reno head coach Ian Russell said. “He’s an All-USL caliber player with a lot of potential. “We’re glad to have him here with us in Reno.”Carroll joins Victor Palae and Guy Abend as Reno’s newest signings for 2018.
RENO, Nev. – Reno 1868 FC has signed Brazilian forward Victor Pelae for the 2018 season, the team announced on Tuesday. Pelae becomes the first new signing for 2018 and is expected to add to Reno’s potent attack that scored a USL record 75 goals last year. “We’re looking forward to have Victor add to our front line next season,” Reno head coach Ian Russell said.
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