After a two-week training stint with D.C. United, goalkeeper Tally Hall has proven his worth. The club announced late Friday they signed Hall to a contract.
“Tally is an experienced MLS goalkeeper with a very successful resume,” DCU general manager Dave Kasper said in a statement. “His knowledge of the game and our league, combined with his veteran presence, will provide necessary depth and competition at the goalkeeper position.”
Hall is reportedly with D.C. United in San Jose ahead of a match against the Earthquakes on Saturday.
Hall, 30, started 23 matches for Orlando City SC last season, making 73 saves and recording a 1.78 goals against average. Hall won the Orlando City Fans’ Player of the Year Award.
He was with the Houston Dynamo from 2009 through 2014, where he made 130 league starts and collected 35 clean sheets. Hall is also a two-time MLS All-Star, making the roster in 2011 and 2013.
The Washington state native got his professional start in 2007 when he was drafted by the LA Galaxy. He spent two seasons for with Esbjerg in Denmark, before joining the Dynamo.