NEWSSTAND – February 7, 2011
Nearly every child in America has the dream of becoming a professional athlete when they grow up at some point during their life. For fifteen-year-old Leominster native Diego Fagundez, that dream became a reality this offseason as the Revolution made him the youngest MLS-signee since Freddy Adu. Also be sure to check out the video from training that goes along with Frank Dell’Apa’s profile or watch below.
After missing out on the MLS postseason last year, the Revolution have a handful of new faces in training camp this month. In addition to examining how the new players may fit in this year, Brian O’Connell takes a crack at answering some of the big picture questions the Revs may have.
With Revolution brass hinting that additionally signings are on the way in the coming weeks, Football Boston's Andy Huffman ponders some of the recent rumors on upcoming acquisitions.
In his Monday MLS Breakdown for Goal.com, Kyle McCarthy talks to Brad Pursel at the MLS league offices about the process of assembling the regular-season schedule.