All Whites defender Kyle Adams signs multi-year deal with US club

New Zealand international defender Kyle Adams has signed a new multi-year contract with USL Championship club Louisville City.

Adams (27), who transferred to Louisville from San Diego Loyal in July, has made 157 appearances in the United States competition, including previous stints at Real Monarchs SLC and Rio Grande Valley.

LouCity head coach Danny Cruz said:

“We are happy to be able to re-sign Kyle to a new contract

“We were happy with his progress after coming to Louisville midseason and feel that with a full pre-season under his belt, he is going to play an important role for us next year.

“I am looking forward to getting back to work with him as we look to compete for another USL Championship title.”

Adams, a one-cap All White, said:

“This club has a reputation for winning, and I want to be part of the legacy that has been created before me,” Adams said. “I’ve never won anything in my career as a pro player. I want to be part of lifting a trophy for this city.

“The way last season ended, it makes you hungry to take that next step to make the final and the next step after that to win the final. It’s been a long time since Louisville got over that line and won the USL Championship. I think a lot of the guys are working really hard in the offseason to get there.”

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