Revolution Make End of Year Roster Moves

The New England Revolution announced on Monday Nov. 27 which players would be on the team for the 2018 season.

The new 14-man roster includes players who were already under contract for 2018 and players whose options were exercised for 2018.

Current Roster

Players who had their 2018 options exercized

  • Juan Agudelo – FW
  • Scott Caldwell – MF
  • Cody Cropper – GK
  • Zachary Herivaux – MF
  • Femi Hollinger-Janzen – FW
  • Kei Kamara – FW
  • Kelyn Rowe – MF
  • Chris Tierney – DF
  • Matt Turner – GK

Players already under contract for 2018

  • Antonio Delamea – DF
  • Claude Dielna – DF
  • Diego Fagundez – MF
  • Krisztián Németh – FW
  • Lee Nguyen – MF


Players not returning

Player options not exercised

  • Benjamin Angoua – DF
  • Xavier Kouassi – MF
  • Donnie Smith – DF
  • Josh Smith – DF
  • Je-Vaughn Watson – DF
  • London Woodberry – DF
  • Brian Wright – FW

Players released to free agency

  • Teal Bunbury – FW
  • Andrew Farrell – DF
  • Brad Knighton – GK
  • Daigo Kobayashi – MF

Players returning after end of loan

  • Gershon Koffie – MF (Returns to Hammarby IF)

The Revolution have until Thursday Dec. 14th to offer new contracts to any players whose contracts expired or did not have their options exercised. Players who do not receive offers will be either released to free agency or be eligible for the re-entry draft, which will take place on Friday Dec. 15 and Thursday Dec. 21.


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