Former Grenada national player and football coach, and New England star midfielder, Shalrie Joseph is among candidates eligible for selection to the Hallowed Halls of the National Soccer Hall of Fame.
Joseph distinguished himself as an international player with the New England Revolution in Major League Soccer in North America for several seasons thus making him a prime candidate for selection.
A four-time MLS Best XI selection and a seven-time All-Star, Joseph was a dominant force during his 12-year MLS career.
He spent parts of 11 seasons with the Revs and ranks first all-time in club history in games played (261, T-1st), games started (254), and minutes played (22,867), while also ranking top-10 in both goals (37) and assists (34). Joseph currently serves as head coach of the Under-15 team in the Revolution Academy.
The 42-year-old man is working once again for the Revolution in their academy. In addition to New England he played for Chivas USA and the Seattle Sounders. He logged over 300 MLS matches, 283 starts.
The National Soccer Hall of Fame Class of 2021 will consist of three or four members from the 245 eligible candidates, with the induction ceremony scheduled for May 22 in Frisco, Texas.