Juan Agudelo is back in Major League Soccer, and there are lessons to be learned (or re-learned) from what we’ll call “a close shave.” We are talking, after all, about a guy who flirted briefly with a career death tumble into the Freddy Adu zone.
Even if you aren’t 100 percent sure what the “Freddy Adu zone” is, you can probably guess that it’s not a good place to...
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. --
Juan Agudelo has returned to the New England Revolution after a one-year absence.
The Revolution said Friday the 22-year-old American forward had re-signed with Major League Soccer. New England acquired Agudelo from Chivas USA in May 2013, and he scored seven goals in 14 regular-season games.
"Juan is a player that we always knew that we would be interested in...
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Juan Agudelo returns to MLS.
MLS’ prodigal son is coming back home.
Goal.com’s Ives Galarcep was first to break the news that Juan Agudelo has inked a four-year contract with his former team New England Revolution. The forward later confirmed the move on Twitter.
Agudelo, 22, left the Boston club after the 2013 season to pursue his European dream by joining English Premier League...
Juan Agudelo has confirmed he will return to Major League Soccer to join the New England Revolution in 2015.
The former United States men's national team striker announced his decision on Thursday, essentially ending his journey to find a new home after failing to sign with a European club last year.
"I am extremely happy to officially sign minutes ago and be back with the best teammates...
Stoke City have ended their interest in Juan Agudelo after a drawn-out battle to secure a work permit for the […]
Due to its growing reputation and respectable aspirations, it’s time for Major League Soccer to distant itself from the disease that is Chivas USA.
Disaster, atrocious and crippling, are a couple of words that describes the Los Angeles based franchise accurately. The Los Angeles Galaxy underwhelming neighbors has done nothing but hurt the league’s growing reputation.
Stoke City have failed for a second time in an attempt to secure a work permit for striker Juan Agudelo. […]
Given the modern fascination with statistics and infographics, last week saw a particularly interesting nugget of information come to the fore. Blessed with 5 goals in 12 World Cup appearances, Landon Donovan has scored more World Cup goals than Wayne Rooney, Cristiano Ronaldo, Lionel Messi and Zlatan Ibrahimovic combined (the quartet holding 3 in 31 games).
As well as temporarily...
Stoke have announced the signing of United States international Juan Agudelo and loaned him immediately to FC Utrecht having failed to get a work permit for the striker.
The Potters completed a free transfer for the 21-year-old despite being denied a work permit in November and have decided to send him to the Eredivisie while they prepare a second application.
Agudelo, who left...
The New England Revolution bolstered their offense at Thursday’s MLS SuperDraft by taking two of the most dangerous attackers in the college game, Steve Neumann of Georgetown and Patrick Mullins of Maryland. Both players could make an immediate impact with the Revs since Juan Agudelo, a lynchpin in last year’s attack, has officially moved to Europe.
Neumann, 22, was...