RJR News / Former Waterhouse midfielder Kenardo Forbes has signed with the Pittsburgh Riverhounds for the 2018 season of the United Soccer League. This is a one year contract with an option of a further year. Forbes recently spent three seasons with the Rochester Rhinos scoring nine goals in 85 appearances for the club.
However, for the 2018 season the Rhinos will be on hiatus due to budget issues and former Rhino’s head coach Bob Lilley joined the Riverhounds and his first recruit was the 29 year old Jamaican. Forbes will now join fellow Jamaicans Romeo Parkes and Chevaughn Walsh at the Pennsylvania based club. Forbes made his debut for Jamaica in January 2010 at the National Stadium in a 1-0 win over Canada.