Shalrie Joseph vs. Toronto FC
Keith Nordstrom


Shalrie Joseph’s re-signing became official yesterday as the midfielder will remain in New England. Additional coverage on the announcement follows:

Revolution make Joseph a priority (Boston Globe)

Re-signing Joseph makes perfect sense (ESPN Boston)

Joseph re-signs with Revs as DP (Soccer By Ives)

Later in the afternoon, the Revs selected Danleigh Borman in Stage 1 of the Re-Entry Process. You can read more about Stage 1 and Borman in regional and national analysis below:

Revs Take Borman in Re-entry Draft (NE Soccer Today)

Revs pick Borman in Stage 1 of Re-Entry Process (Comcast SportsNet)

Revs potentially fill problem spot by drafting Borman (

lvarez, Borman, Mendes selected in MLS re-entry draft (Sporting News)

While Shalrie Joseph was re-signed as a Designated Player on the Revs roster, Daily Soccer Fix has commentary on the state of the DP role in the league

The Boston Globe’s Frank Dell’Apa assesses Diego Fagundez through one season. As he puts it, “Because of Fagundez’s youthfulness, small stature, and Mohawk hairstyle, there is a tendency to underestimate his resolve. Fagundez has been focusing on a pro soccer career since he was in kindergarten.” Be sure to check out the full piece.

With two major re-signings in the last week, the Boston Herald’s Kyle McCarthy delves into what bringing back key veterans does for the club