Revolution Sign Argentinian Attacker

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The New England Revolution signed Argentinian attacker Guillermo Hauche after training with the club last week.

Hauche joins the Revolution with experience in both the Argentinan top flight and second division as well as the Chilean Primera División. The 25-year-old featured in 33 games throughout his five-year professional career.

Revolution general manager Michael Burns said the club decided to add him after he put in a strong showing during his trial.

“Guillermo is a very technical player who provides us with another attacking option heading into the final stretch of the season,” Burns said. “He trained with the first team during this past week and we were impressed with his skillset. We’re looking forward to integrating him into the team on a full-time basis.”

Hauche can play either as a forward or an attacking midfielder, which means he could help buff a Revolution attack that has been dull as of late. He first began his career with Racing Club in Argentina before going on loan spells with Club Almagro of Argentina in 2015, Unión Española of Chile in 2017, and eventually Deportes Temuco of Chile in 2018.

The Argentinian will join the team once he receives his P-1 Visa and international transfer certificate. He will wear No. 22.


Kyle Bray is the Editor in Chief at Prime Time Sports Talk and a freshman journalism major at Emerson College. He also serves as the sports editor for the Bay State Herald and the deputy sports editor for The Berkeley Beacon. Aside from his editing duties at Prime Time Sports Talk, he is the lead New England Revolution writer, the Holy Cross Men's Basketball reporter, and is a member of the Prime Time Sports Talk radio team. He grew up just outside of Boston and has been a Boston sports fan all his life.

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