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Major League Soccer's Vancouver Whitecaps today announced the signing of 26 year old Matthew Watson who came from Martin Rennie's 2011 Carolina Railhawks side that won the 2011 NASL Regular Season Title.  Watson played with the Railhawks for the past three seasons where he had improved every season culminating being named to this year's 2011 NASL Best XI.  Watson's play did not go unnoticed as several MLS clubs put him on discovery once the discovery orders reset in November.  Watson will be obtaining his US Green Card in the next few weeks and will not count as an International.  Click Here for the Official Vancouver Whitecaps Press Release.

Watson had spent the past five seasons with Major Indoor Soccer League's Baltimore Blast helping them to two championships. The Blast honored Matthew Watson in his last home game in front of 4,081 fans at Baltimore's 1st Mariner Arena.  Click Here for the Official Baltimore Blast Press Release

See more articles and information below:

Goal.com - Vancouver Whitecaps announce signing of former NASL midfielder Matt Watson

Marc Weber of the Province - Whitecaps' coach Rennie reunited with midfielder Watson

Sportsnet - Whitecaps sign Matt Watson

Benjamin Mass of 86forever.com - Vancouver Whitecaps Sign Midfielder Matt Watson

Fox News - Soccer - SPORTS Whitecaps sign midfielder Watson

Steven Sandor of the11.ca - Rennie brings a RailHawk to the Whitecaps’ fold

Martin McMahon's of Sportsnet.ca - Newcomers have lots to prove

NASL.com - Watson Joins Vancouver Whitecaps FC


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