FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution have named Remi Roy as the club's Director of Scouting & Player Personnel. Roy becomes the full-time Director of Scouting after formerly serving eight seasons as assistant coach for the first team.
"Remi has been an important part of the Revolution organization in his eight years with the club," General Manager Michael Burns said. "As we continue to expand our efforts to identify talented players both domestically and internationally, having Remi focused solely on scouting will be a great asset to the club."
In the role of Director of Scouting & Player Personnel, Roy will be focused on scouting and talent identification in players at the collegiate, domestic, and international levels. Roy will work with Revolution technical staff in player evaluation and will have a role in all soccer-related aspects of the New England Revolution.
In his eight previous seasons with the Revolution, Roy worked as an assistant coach with the first team, and was also heavily involved with the club's domestic and international scouting efforts. Roy joined the Revolution after 10 years as the assistant coach/goalkeepers coach for both the men’s and women’s soccer teams at the University of Mobile in Alabama, his alma mater. During his tenure in Mobile, Roy was also a member of the Region III goalkeeping staff. Additionally, he served as the Puerto Rico national team’s goalkeepers coach in its preparations for the 2010 FIFA World Cup.