In 2009, Taylor Twellman became the youngest player in Major League Soccer to score 100 goals. A year after the achievement, he retired from the game after concussion side effects. In this episode, hear about Taylor’s record-breaking career and his new goal of educating the youth about injury and keeping athletes safe with ThinkTaylor.
Taylor Twellman played for the New England Revolution from 2002 to 2009, when he scored more goals in MLS than any other player, and he is still the Rev’s all-time leading goal scorer. Taylor was also a five-time MLS all-star and was league MVP in 2005. He scored 30 caps for the USMNT. Since retiring, he has been a color commentator for ESPN and ABC.
For the Love of the Game is hosted by Ralph Perez and Ray Reid and is a production of Earfluence.
Photo of Taylor Twellman from MLSSoccer.com.