[NASL 2014 COUNTDOWN]
Brazilian-born Marcos Senna
, the former Spanish international, signed a contract extension with the
New York Cosmos that will keep him with the NASL champions through July 2015. The 37-year-old Senna had the winning goal in Soccer Bowl 2013 and was an NASL Best XI pick in his first season in the
“I’ve had an incredible experience in New York so far,” Senna said. “Right now, my body feels great and I want to keep playing for as long as possible.
This has been a fantastic move for my family and me and we’re looking forward to another great year.”
Senna, who led the Cosmos with six goals, will remain with the club
through the spring season in 2015. Cosmos head coach Giovanni Savarese
said Senna will discuss with Cosmos the feasibility of a further extension after that.
-- Local soccer products Nick Millington
and Zack Schilawski
will return to the Carolina RailHawks for their
Millington, is a former U.S. U-17 who now plays for Guyana, appeared in 26 matches in the RailHawks midfield in 2013, his second year as a professional. Schilawski had two
goals and three assists in 27 games for the RailHawks.