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Revolution Transfers 2015: Juan Agudelo Returns to New England

The speculation is over as Juan Agudelo has officially re-signed with the Revolution. It's official, Juan Agudelo will re-join the New England Revolution in 2015. Speculation began on Monday when Goal.com reported that Agudelo had declined other options in favor of returning to the Revolution. A day later, ESPN FC confirmed the talks, adding that the 22-year-old striker could sign a contract that would run through 2018. ESPN FC released a followup article today that said that the deal was as good as done. Moments after signing his contract, Agudelo took to Twitter to express his...

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Boston Herald Jan 26, 2015

Fagundez grew up in the US, but chooses to play for Uruguay

MALDONADO, Uruguay — New England Revolution forward Diego Fagundez is placing his international football future with Uruguay — the land of his birth — and not with the United States, where he grew up and has lived since he was five.Fagundez debuted for Uruguay this month in the South American Under-20 Championship, which means he is no longer eligible to play for the U.S. at the senior level. He has a Uruguayan passport, but is not eligible for an American one for several years.
Boston Herald Jan 24, 2015

Revolution right back to work...on new year

FOXBORO — Revolution forward Charlie Davies said it took him about two weeks to process the defeat to the LA Galaxy in MLS Cup last month.He reflected on the game and proceeded through all of the natural stages. He released his disgust, shifted his focus and started to reflect on the accomplishment of reaching the final.

Revolution 2015 preseason camp has begun

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- After coming up just short of winning the club’s first championship last year, an argument can be made that anything less than a title in 2015 will be a disappointment for the New England Revolution. But Charlie Davies isn’t buying it. Less than seven weeks after watching the LA Galaxy raise the MLS Cup trophy at their expense, the Revolution were back on the training field for the first time in 2015 on Friday. And no one was talking championship banner or bust.

Revs draft Cal State Fullerton's Fenelus

Cal State Fullerton forward Marc Fenelus became the sole member of the 2015 Revolution draft class after he was selected in the third round (47th overall) during Tuesday’s final two rounds of the MLS SuperDraft. Fenelus, 22, scored a team-best seven goals and contributed two assists during his senior year with the Titans. Prior to joining the program, he amassed 40 goals and 19 assists in two seasons (2011-12) with Western Texas College (NJCAA).

Revs acquire Okoli from Sounders

The draft-day deal that sent the Revolution’s second-round pick (33rd overall) to the Seattle Sounders for future considerations was finalized Friday as second-year forward Sean Okoli was sent to New England. The 21-year-old forward played in three games for the Sounders in his rookie year, but did not record any offensive statistics. He was signed by the club to a Homegrown Player deal prior to the 2014 season. Okoli spent three years at Wake Forest (2011-2013), where he scored 24 goals and added nine assists during his college career.

Revs trade draft pick for future considerations

They may not have had a first-round pick at their disposal, but somehow the Revolution still managed to keep things interesting by sending their second-round selection (33rd overall) to Seattle Sounders FC for future considerations during Thursday’s SuperDraft. With the club on the clock ahead of the 33rd pick, the television cameras showed the Revolution braintrust in discussions with Sounders general manager Gareth Lagerway. Moments later, Revolution coach Jay Heaps emphatically shook Lagerway’s hand.

Revs re-sign Bunbury to multi-year deal

Teal Bunbury came within inches of giving the Revolution their first league championship during last month’s MLS Cup final. Now, he’ll get the chance to help send the squad back to the title game. Bunbury, whose 85th-minute effort smacked off the bar with the match even at 1-1 during the Cup final, was signed to a multi-year deal with the Revolution on Wednesday. Per club and league policy, terms of the deal were not disclosed. “I am thankful to be able to remain with the Revs and help this club continue to build on what we accomplished last season,” Bunbury said in a statement from...

SuperDraft preview: Revs have 33rd pick

Without a first-round pick at their disposal this year, the New England Revolution appear to be content in taking a low-key approach to the MLS SuperDraft, which kicks off at 12:30 p.m. ET on Thursday in Philadelphia. Barring an 11th-hour trade, the Revolution, who’ve drafted inside the top 10 in each of the last six drafts, will have to wait until the second round (33rd overall) to make their first selection. The club surrendered this year’s first-round pick -- the 19th overall selection -- to Sporting Kansas City as part of the Teal Bunbury trade last March.

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