Revolution Name New Director of Scouting & Player Personnel

The New England Revolution announced Wednesday that former assistant coach Remi Roy will be taking over as the Director of Scouting & Player Personnel.

Roy served as a goalkeeper coach for eight years prior to his hiring at this new position and was involved with player scouting while serving as an assistant coach.

General manager Michael Burns told he was thrilled to have Roy in this important position.

“Remi has been an important part of the Revolution organization in his eight years with the club,” 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.”

Roy is now tasked with scouting players from all levels of the game. He will also aid the Revolution’s technical staff in evaluating players, while also having a role in all soccer-related activities at the club.

Fans and media members alike all had a mixed reaction to the hiring of Roy.


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