Brad Knighton of the New England Revolution – Stellar 2016 Season

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Brad Knighton
Image: revolutionsoccer.net

Eric Tetler has led Atkinson, New Hampshire-based Windfield Alloy as president since 1994. Active in his community, Eric Tetler has contributed to local youth soccer teams and donated tickets to New England Revolution soccer games.

In the 2016 season, New England Revolution goalkeeper Brad Knighton finally found much-deserved playtime after serving for years as a backup keeper for several clubs, including the Vancouver Whitecaps and the Philadelphia Union. In 2016, the 31-year-old keeper appeared in the starting lineup for nine consecutive matches, during which he allowed only nine goals.

During the 2016 season, Knighton also won the Major League Soccer (MLS) Save of the Week award on two occasions, and he was named the Revolution’s Santander Man of the Month on three occasions, despite the fact that he played in only 13 league matches.

In recognition of Knighton’s achievements during the 2016 season, his teammates voted him the Players’ Player of the Year.

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