Golden Team Soccer

By Matt BrownPublished December 21, 2016 12:06PM ESTWASHINGTON — “I think he’s the best player on the field,” said Orlando City coach Jason Kreis about Yordy Reyna, Orlando City’s second-leading scorer with five goals and six assists in 2016.

“I don’t think he plays the game too hard or too smart.”

Reyna was a natural scorer, as he was on a team that was a threat to win its first MLS Cup.

His teammates were often a little too quick for him, and his ability to find the back of the net with aplomb was an asset to the team.

But the kid who was supposed to be a first-year player didn’t really fit the Lions’ system, and they ended up going with another rookie, Cristian Maidana, who played mostly as a striker and defender.

The Lions lost the final two games in 2017, but they made the playoffs in each of the first two seasons.

Reyna is still one of the league’s best, and the Lions have been in the playoff picture for years now, thanks in large part to the arrival of Giovani dos Santos and the emergence of a younger, more dynamic version of him.

He was signed to a two-year deal worth $12 million last summer.

But it’s Reyna who seems to have the better career.

He’s not getting much attention, and he hasn’t even played a game since last June.

He has had a year to adapt to the league, and to the pace of play.

But Reyna’s production is down, and Orlando City has lost six of its last seven matches, which is pretty bad.

The most surprising thing about Reyna over the past year is that he’s not playing better.

His goal total is down by more than half, and it’s not because of an improved offensive attack or a better overall performance.

It’s because he’s playing better and scoring more.

That said, it’s also the case that Reyna has been one of Orlando City Soccer’s most consistent players for the past decade.

The Lions had a lot of attacking talent at the time, and some of it was good, but the rest was generally unproductive.

He scored in a few big matches for Orlando City in the first half of the 2015 season, and was part of the team that won the MLS Cup in 2015.

He scored six goals in that season’s playoffs, including three goals in the decisive final minute.

And that was just the first of his prolific career.

Reynas had nine goals in 16 games during the 2017 season, with the first seven of those scoring strikes.

He had more than four goals in eight of the final nine games of the year.

But he was limited to just one goal in Orlando City play in the final five games of last season.

Reynamas goals were on a steady downward trend as he started to struggle with injuries, but he had an assist and two goals in those games, which made up for a number of misses.

His scoring is up, but not dramatically, by the same amount.

As the year wore on, Reyna started to play more, but it was only in the playoffs that he started getting more minutes.

In 2018, he was one of just two players in MLS history to have 20 goals in a season.

It was the first time in club history, and one of only four times since 1980, that a player scored more than 20 goals and played in every match.

The 2017 season was his first season with a playoff team.

He came in to play on a new, young team that had a great year in 2017 and made the playoff push in 2018.

Orlando City started to find its stride.

In 2017, he scored two goals and one assist in seven games, and finished the year with seven goals in 12 games.

He had a goal and an assist in each game of the playoffs, and had a hat trick in the championship game.

But the Lions lost their next five games, a run that saw them finish with just four points.

They were also eliminated from the playoffs after losing their final two matches, losing 2-1 at Columbus and losing 1-0 at Houston.

The season started off well for Reyna in 2018, when he started scoring.

He started scoring in all three games he played, including the MLS All-Star game, and scored in all but one of them.

Reyns scoring prowess was the perfect complement to the Lions attacking prowess.

He finished the 2018 season with four goals and four assists in 13 games.

That season marked the first year since 2010-11 that he didn’t play more than 30 games.

Reyn’s goals were up by a bit from 2017, as was his assist total.

He also played in all seven of the Lions final playoff games.

And then he was injured again.

In the final six games of 2018, Reynas was sidelined with a groin