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As D.C. United prepares to conclude a forgettable season when they host Toronto this Saturday, the franchise will also bid adieu to one of the greatest players in MLS history, as Jaime Moreno will play his last game in a United uniform.
The 36-year-old has spent all but one of his 15 MLS seasons in the nation's capital, and is currently tied with Jeff Cunningham for the all-time lead in goals at 132. To go with that, he is the only player to have recorded 100+ goals and assists in league history, setting up 102 goals during his career.
While his future remains unclear — Moreno has yet to officially retire, and could conceivably play elsewhere in MLS or back in his native Bolivia in 2011 — his departure from D.C. closes the book on one of the most compelling chapters in United's history, and is a chance to look back at the long list of accomplishments tallied by one of the league's all-time greats.
Along with winning 12 trophies at D.C., Moreno garnered plenty of individual accolades as well — he was named to the All Star team seven times, a member of the MLS All Time Best XI back in 2005, and named to the MLX Best XI squad four times.
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