Win, lose, or draw, Luis Robles is there for the New York Red Bulls. Especially in MLS, where he has racked up 117 consecutive regular season appearances for the club to date.
That staying power has already seen him crowned MLS's Ironman for setting the league's record for consecutive full regular season matches played. Now he is making his way up RBNY's appearance charts.
Against D.C. United on May 13, 2016, the stalwart 'keeper's latest 90-minute shift for the Red Bulls carried him past 12,000 minutes played for the club in all competitions. Thierry Henry (11,510 RBNY minutes) didn't do that. Tab Ramos (10,447) and Amado Guevara (10,284) didn't do that. Nor did Juan Pablo Angel (9,648) or John Wolyniec (9,231).
Robles is just the ninth player in the history of the club to reach the 12,000-minute milestone in all competitions. He finished the DC match with a career all-competitions minutes-played total of 12,030 for RBNY: good for eighth on the all-time list.