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Marco Reda (born June 22, 1977 in Woodbridge, Ontariomarker) is a Canadianmarker soccer player, currently without a club.

Career

College

Reda played college soccer at Winthrop Universitymarker in 1996 and 1997.

Professional

Reda signed for the Toronto Lynx in 1998 and established himself there as one of the best defenders in the A-League, helping the Lynx reach the playoff semifinals in 2000. Reda played for the Lynx for five years before being transferred to Sogndal in 2002.

Reda played for Sogndal for three years, becoming a fan favourite, but was transferred in 2005 to Aalborgmarker of the Danish Superliga because Sogndal were relegated.

Reda played for Aalborg for a year and a half before being released. In 2006 Reda re-signed with his old team Sogndal to help them win back promotion to the top flight, but was acquired by Toronto FC in November 2006. At Toronto he, along with Chris Pozniak, Adam Braz and Jim Brennan were touted to form a 'Canadian Shield' of Canadian defenders for the MLS team's inaugural season, but a combination of injuries and inconsistent play led to only Brennan remaining with the team for its second year. Reda was released by Toronto in November 2007.

On March 4, 2008, he signed with the Charleston Battery, and then on February 11, 2009 he signed than with the Vancouver Whitecaps, the contract runs between 31 December 2009. He was released by the Whitecaps at the end of the 2009 season.

International

Reda has earned four caps for the Canadian national soccer team, all under former head coach Frank Yallop.

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