The Hudson/Aigner saga has finally come to an end and not in the way that most supporters are in agreement with. The Rapids just announced that the club and Stefan Aigner have mutually agreed to terminate the remainder of his contract.
The short of this that this frees up the contract immediately for the club and hopefully frees up some pressure for the locker room without the players having to no longer field questions about the ongoing feud between Hudson and Aigner. This I hope also means there is someone the Rapids have in mind for the summer transfer window to allow the team to move forward on the field and in the table. There’s still a lot of soccer to be played this season and this can be turned around.
Best of luck to Stefan Aigner in the remainder of his career wherever he may land.
Wednesday afternoon the Rapids announced the signing of the German born winger from 1860 Munich in what is a 3 1/2 year contract. Story here.
Is this the missing attacking piece to cure the Rapids scoring woes this season? We wont know for some time. A lot of this will depend on how quickly he is able to get comfortable in his new setting of course. How Pablo uses him is a huge factor, because it’s Pablo we’re talking about. How he uses anyone on the roster is and always seems to be a question mark.
The thought looks to be with this signing and with everyone healthy of course, is that Aigner on the right wing, which would have Marlon Hairston moving to right back where he has played a few times this season. Hairston would still be able to provide an attacking option from that position when necessary. This move also would allow Eric Miller to move back into his natural left back position.
Are there more moves to come from the RFO before the transfer window closes? We’ll have to wait and see.