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- A product of the Atletico Nacional youth program, made his professional debut with Independiente Medellin in 1987.
- Independiente Medellin 1987-1995
- 1995 purchased by Deportivo Cali winning their first title in 22 years during the 95-96 season.
- Deportivo Cali 1995-1998
- May 26, 1998 allocated to New England Revolution.
- Acquired from the New England Revolution on August 15, 1998 for Damian Alvarez.
- Dallas Burn / FC Dallas 1998-2005: 189 regular season games, 13 goals, and 52 assists. 17 playoff games, 5 assists.
- MLS Best XI in 2002.
- Retired in 2005.
- Colombia national team: 11 games, 3 goals.
- Member of the 1991 Colombia squad that finished 4th at Copa America.
- Two seasons as FCD assistant
- Spent part of a year as an assistant to longtime friend and newly-appointed United States U-17 Men’s National Team coach Wilmer Cabrera.
- Become the Director of Player Development for the FC Dallas Youth system in mid-2008
- Built the FCD Academy to one of the best in the nation, in 2010-11 rated the best in the nation among over 70 different clubs.
- 2010-11 U-18 Academy Coach of the Year
- 2010-11 led FCD U-18s to a runner-up finish at the national championship
- 2011 named FC Dallas Reserve team head coach.
Oscar Pareja MLS Career Highlights
- Second Team All-American in 1998 at UConn.
- Drafted out of the University of Connecticut 6th overall with Dallas’ first round draft pick.
- Made his first start for Dallas against the then-San Jose Clash on May 15, 1999. (Scored 2 goals, the first off an assist from Pareja.)
- Best season: 2002, 7 goals, 6 assists, 1 playoff goal.
- 212 games played, 23 goals and 34 assists all in a FC Dallas uniform.
- A striker or midfielder for most of his career, moved to defense in 2005.
- Named captain for his final match against LA Galaxy on October 26, 2008.
- Retired in 2008 and moved into the FCD front office as Manager of Community Development.
- Part time coach for FC Dallas Youth.
- Started the second half of his career in broadcasting as the FCD color commentator and later play by play man.
- Passed away September 5th, 2011.
Permanent Tributes to Bobby Rhine
- 2011 Walk of Fame inductee
- Bobby Rhine Fall Invitational (youth soccer tournament)
- Bobby Rhine Memorial Scholarship (awarded annually to a player in the FC Dallas Youth system)
- "Forever Our Voice" banner hanging below broadcast booth
- Bronzed cleats leading FC Dallas onto the field (2012)
- Commemorative flag on the South Concourse (2012)
Bobby Rhine Tribute Video