Jaime Moreno's illustrious playing career with D.C. United appears to have just a few more months remaining.
After a record-setting, 15-year career, 14 of which have been spent in the nation's capital, Moreno reportedly confirmed that this season will be his last with United.
Moreno, 36, was named to the MLS All-Star team as one of commissioner Don Garber's two selections, but other than that, his 2010 campaign has been rather forgettable. After a stellar preseason, Moreno has struggled to produce offensively. His only goal this season came after he interfered with a Chris Seitz goalie clearance and scored into an empty net. After the game, league officials deemed that the goal shouldn't have counted.
Ultimately, his legacy will be that of one of the greatest players in league history. He is currently the league's all-time leading goal scorer (132), and he was instrumental in United's powerhouse years. Rumor has it that he'll either return to his native Bolivia to play or accept a job elsewhere in the United organization.
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