TORONTO -- Toronto FC announced Friday they have signed goalkeeper Jon Conway, and waived goalkeeper Brian Edwards. Conway was put on waivers by Chivas USA earlier this week.
"Conway is a great addition to our team, he's a strong character" said manager director of soccer Mo Johnston. "I had him in New York and Preki had him in Chivas so we both know him very well. We wish Brian all the best in his career; he's always been a model professional with us in Toronto."
Conway, 32, enters his 11th MLS season after being drafted in the 3rd Round (28th overall) in the 2000 MLS SuperDraft by the San Jose Earthquakes. The keeper joined Chivas USA in September of 2009 after spending the previous four seasons with the New York Red Bulls. With the west coast team he made just one appearance, a 2-0 exhibition loss to Chivas de Guadalajara at the Rose Bowl Stadium on September 23.
In 2008, Conway played a career high in games started (28), saves (98), and minutes played (2,520). He finished the season with seven shutouts and 1.50 goals against average.
Edwards was drafted by Toronto FC in the 2008 MLS SuperDraft in the 2nd Round, 28th overall. He finishes his Toronto FC career with nine games played, all as a starter. He compiled 810 minutes and finished with a record of 3-4-2.