"We'd like to thank Corey for his dedication and commitment to the Houston Dynamo over the years," Dynamo VP/general manager Matt Jordan said via team press release. "We appreciate his professionalism both on and off the field and we wish him well with his new club."
Ashe had played for the Dynamo since 2007 and appeared in 266 games for the club. Ashe scored four goals and 27 assists for the Dynamo and is a two-time MLS All-Star. He is second on the all-time appearances list for the club. Ashe went from being the go-to starting left back for the team to a backup after the team signed DaMarcus Beasley last season. Since then
I want to thank @HoustonDynamo and the fans for welcoming me from day one. I have enjoyed this top class organization and the support (1/4)— Corey Ashe (@CoreyAshe) July 15, 2015
I have received over the years during the good times and the bad. I will have always have a special place in my heart for Houston. (2/4)— Corey Ashe (@CoreyAshe) July 15, 2015
Thank you to the Orlando City fans for welcoming me with open arms I look forward to meeting the fans and representing this club to (3/4)— Corey Ashe (@CoreyAshe) July 15, 2015
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At Orlando City he will be reunited with former Houston Dynamo goalkeeper Tally Hall.