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Keller expected to rejoin Rayo training today, his weekend in doubt after concussion.

Razov nets three for in Racing rout; Friedel is flawless again; Keller, however, is shelled.

Keller turns in stellar effort for Vallecano in frigid UEFA Cup game.

Keller breaks finger, his start in Costa Rica qualifier is in jeopardy.

Keller, Friedel could be changing addresses; Donovan stands out.

Keller plays well with dislocated collarbone; he’s out for 3-4 weeks.

Keller wins another car by taking Honda Award.

Rayo Vallecano, Keller shutout Seville 2-0.

Keller, Rayo lose in Spain.

Keller heroic for Rayo Vallecano, saves late penalty in 1-1 draw with Barcelona.

Reyna, Keller efforts help clubs return to winning form.

Keller is bombed.

Reyna, Keller clubs suffer dismal Sunday.

Keller and Rayo lose in the snow; Reyna and Rangers record a win.

Keller is strong in Rayo Vallecano win.

Keller, Rayo in first place following 2-1defeat of Mallorca.

Surprise starter Keller has easy time in Rayo’s 2-0 upset of Atletico.

Gastroenteritis may put Keller on sideline for Rayo Vallecano opener.

Keller finally signs with Rayo Vallecano.

Keller reportedly ready to sign for three years with club in Madrid.

Moore, Keller lead shocking 1-0 upset of Argentina in D.C.

Kasey Keller
Height: 6-2 (1.88 m).
Weight: 190 (88 kg).
Born: Nov. 29, 1969 in Olympia, Washington.
Hometown: Lacey, Washington.
College: University of Portland.
Club: Rayo Vallecano (Spain).

             U.S. National Team Statistics 2001

Opponent       Date   GP  GS   MIN  GF  GA    GAA   Y   R

Costa Rica    Apr 25   1   1    90   1   0   0.00   0   0 CONCACAF Qualifying

Total                  1   1    90   1   0   0.00   0   0

National Team
Year Record GP/GS Min GAA SO
1990 4-1-1 6/5 450 0.83 0
1992 0-1-0 1/1 90 1.00 0
1995 3-1-0 4/4 360 1.25 2
1996 6-1-0 7/7 630 0.43 5
1997 2-1-3 6/6 540 1.00 3
1998 3-5-2 10/10 900 0.90 5
1999 2-3-0 5/5 411 1.09 1
2000 3-2-2 6/6 630 0.71 4
2001 1-0-0 1/1 90 0.00 1
Total 24-14-8 47/46 4,101 0.83 21
1996 1-1-1 1 - 0.67 1
Total 1-1-1 1 - 0.67 1
Year Club GP W GAA SO
1990 Portland Timbers (WSL) - - - -
1990-91 Millwall (English Premier) - - - -
1991-92 Millwall (English Premier) - - - -
1992-93 Millwall (English Premier) 51 - - 16
1993-94 Millwall (English Premier) 51 - - 20
1994-95 Millwall (English Premier) 54 - - 15
1995-96 Millwall (English Premier) - - - -
1996-97 Leicester City (English Premier) - - - -
1997-98 Leicester City (English Premier) 31 11 1.06 15
1998-99 Leicester City (English Premier) 45 11 1.19 -
1999-2000 Rayo Vallencano (Spain 1st) 17 8 1.47 -
Total - - - -
Year Club GP W GAA SO
- Univ. of Portland - - - -
Total - - - -

U.S. National Team: Considered to be one of the top goalkeepers in the world ... One of only two two-time winners of U.S. Soccer's Chevrolet Athlete of the Year award ... 1999: A member of the bronze medal-winning squad at the 1999 FIFA Confederations Cup in Mexico ... Named the top goalkeeper in the tournament by the FIFA Technical Study Group ... Earned a shutout against Argentina on June 13, and was lauded as one of the best players on the field after stopping several Argentine opportunities, including a Gustavo Lopez penalty kick ... For his efforts on the year, was named U.S. Soccer's 1999 Chevrolet Male Athlete of the Year ... 1998: Started the USA's first two games in the World Cup, and was faultless in allowing four goals ... Named the Most Valuable Player of the CONCACAF Gold Cup after registering what many called the greatest goalkeeping performance in the history of U.S. Soccer as the USA shutout Brazil 1-0 on Feb. 10, 1998 ... Made five world-class saves in the Brazil match, all against 1994 World Cup MVP Romario, prompting Romario to say after the game that it "was the greatest performance I've ever seen by a goalkeeper. It was an honor to be on the field with him." ... 1997: Recipient of U.S. Soccer's 1997 Chevrolet Male Athlete of the Year Award, leading the team through '98 World Cup qualifying ... Helped lead the USA to its sixth World Cup final appearance by registering six shutouts in nine qualifying starts, including a string of 562 shutout minutes ... 1996: Recorded three consecutive shutout victories in 1996 as the USA opened the semifinal round of World Cup '98 qualifying ... Finished '96 with a 6-1-0 record with five shutouts and allowing only three goals ... Posted seven shutouts in 12 games with the 1996 U.S. Olympic Team, including a 2-0 blanking of Tunisia in the Olympics ... Captained the 1996 Olympic Team to a ninth-place finish in the Summer Games ... One of three overaged players named to the squad (along with Alexi Lalas and Claudio Reyna) ... 1995: Named to the All-Copa America Team after posting wins vs. Chile (2-1) and Argentina (3-0), helping the USA advance to the semifinals ... His 3-0 shutout of Argentina will go down as one of the biggest wins in U.S. Soccer history ... His 4-0 shutout of Mexico in U.S. Cup '95 marked the team's largest margin of victory over Mexico ... 1992: His last appearance with the U.S. National Team before 1995 was May 17, 1992, a 1-0 loss to Scotland ... 1990: Backup goalkeeper to Tony Meola on the 1990 World Cup Team ... Saved a penalty kick in a 1-0 loss to Canada ... 1989: One of the stars of the U.S. Under-20 team's fourth-place finish in the 1989 World Youth Championship in Saudi Arabia, where he was named winner of the prestigious Silver Ball Award, given to the second of three outstanding tournament players ... First Appearance: Feb. 4, 1990, vs. Colombia ... First Shutout: Feb. 13, 1990, vs. Bermuda.

Professional: Has started in twice as many professional games than any other U.S. player in Europe ... Averaged 50 starts for eight seasons in England, a total of more than 400 competitive games ... 1999-2000: Signed with Rayo Vallecano at the beginning of the 1999-2000 season on a free transfer from Leicester City ... Helped the newly promoted Rayo, who most predicted a quick return to the second division, safely into the top half of the table during the first half of the Spanish First Division season ... Named European Soccer Magazine's Goalkeeper of the Month for October ... Had a 1.47 goals against average before Jan. 1 in starting all 17 games for Rayo with an 8-7-2 record ... 1998-99: Was Leicester City's premier goalkeeper, starting in 45 games for the Foxes ... Allowed just 43 goals in 36 regular season games, a goals against average of 1.19 ... Had a 11-12-13 record in League action, his four and final season with Leicester City ... Led the Foxes to the Worthington Cup Final, allowing only five goals in seven games (losing in the final to Tottenham, 1-0) ... 1997-98: Recorded 15 shutouts during the season, leading Leicester City to a tenth-place finish in the English Premier League ... 1996-97: Helped Leicester City become the surprise team of the Premiership as they bucked the odds and maintained their top flight status, while also winning the prestigious 1997 League Cup ... Signed with English first division side Leicester City in August 1996 after a storied career at Millwall ... 1990-1996: Played with Millwall for six seasons, where he established himself as one of the English league's best goalkeepers ... Overcame the renown intimidating atmosphere at Millwall's fabled stadium ("The Den"), by becoming a respected crowd favorite ... Started 51 consecutive matches in the 1992-93 season for Millwall, earning 16 shutouts and conceding 53 goals and was named by the Millwall fans as the team's 1993 MVP ... Played in 51 games, earning 20 shutouts in 1993-94 and played in 54 games, earning 15 shutouts in 1994-95 ... Signed with Millwall following his final season at the University of Portland in 1990 ... Was the Western Soccer League Player of the Year in the summer of 1990 with the Portland Timbers.

College: Helped lead the University of Portland to the final four of the NCAA Division I tournament in 1988 as a freshman ... A third-team All-American in 1988 and first-team All-American in 1990 ... A top vote-getter in balloting for both the 1990 Hermann Trophy and the Missouri Athletic Club Award.

Personal: Grew up on an egg farm in Lacey, Wash. ... He and his wife, Kristin, have twins born Aug. 26, 1997 (Chloe and Cameron) ... Resides in Leicester, England ... Father was a semi-professional fast-pitch softball player ... U.S. Soccer staff coach Clive Charles was his college coach ... Clive Charles calls him "the most focused soccer player that I've ever seen in the United States." ... Quotable: In reference to the work ethic he learned living on a farm, "What are you going to do? Let the cows starve."

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