11:38 AM EDT, Fri July 03, 2015
Jerry Bengtson Rumors & News
- Height: 6-1
- Weight: 165
- Age 27
- Birthplace: Honduras
The Bent Musket Jun 16, 2015
The New England Revolution have parted ways with former Designated Player Jerry Bengtson. Jerry Bengtson's time with the New England Revolution has come to a close as the two parties have mutually agreed to part ways, according to a team release. Bengtson joined the Revolution in July 2012 as a Designated Player. The Honduran never found his form in New England, though he continued to produce on the international level. With only four regular-season goals in 36 appearances, the lanky striker was sent on a year-long loan to Belgrano in Argentina’s Primera Division last summer. The change...
The Bent Musket Jun 12, 2015
According to a Honduran media outlet, Revolution Head Coach Jay Heaps has grown increasingly frustrated with the underachieving striker. Jerry Bengtson isn't certain about his next career move, but he thinks it might be away from the New England Revolution. Speaking to a Honduran media outlet on Thursday, Bengtson confirmed that he has a contract with the Revolution, but is looking into the possibility of leaving. The striker claimed that he's currently in talks with his agent regarding his options. According to the report, Revolution Head Coach Jay Heaps became frustrated with Bengston...
The Bent Musket Jun 11, 2015
Jerry Bengtson has been named to Honduras' 35-man provisional Gold Cup roster. On Wednesday, Jerry Bengtson was named to Honduras' 35-man provisional Gold Cup roster. The tournament is set to begin on Jul. 7 with Los Catrachos' first opponent being the USA. Honduras Club Eyeing Bengtson Could Bengtson return home? Bengtson has struggled at the club level since 2012 when he joined the New England Revolution. After only contributing four goals in 36 MLS appearances, Bengtson was sent on a year-long loan to Belgrano of Argentina. The move south failed to spark a renaissance as the...
The Bent Musket Jun 10, 2015
Real España expresses interest in New England Revolution striker Jerry Bengtson. Jerry Bengtson could return to Honduras, if Real España president Fuad Abufele has his way. Abufele expressed interest in the lanky striker when speaking to media this week, noting that Bengtson's future is currently in limbo despite holding a contract with MLS. The club president also expressed uncertainty in regard to whether or not Bengtson would like to return to his native land. Bengtson was most recently with Belgrano of Argentina as part of a year-long loan. The relocation failed to produce results...
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