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5 Bold Predictions for the Revolution in 2016

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2016 will be Agudelo's year, and four other bold predictions.

The 2016 MLS season is finally upon us and with it comes a renewed sense of optimism. Fans of each club are full of anticipation, waiting to see what the new year brings. So, what can we expect from the New England Revolution? Here are a few (bold) ideas.

Agudelo Gets Call for USA-Ukraine

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Former New England Revolution striker Juan Agudelo earned his first U.S. Men's National Team call-up in nearly two years after he was included in the 24-man roster for the Mar. 5 game against Ukraine.

Agudelo, 21, has 17 caps since making his National Team debut onNov. 112010 at South Africa game in which he scored the Americans' lone goal in a 1-1 draw.

Report: Stoke manager Hughes reveals that Agudelo won’t join in January

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The surprising news earlier this week that Juan Agudelo's work permit application was denied has cost him a chance to join Stoke City in the English Premier League in January.

At his pre-match press conference Stoke manager Mark Hughes confirmed his disappointment with the news, saying that due to the decision, the club will continue their search for a new striker in January.

The SBI Show: Episode 61 (Talking Agudelo’s Stoke deal; the U.S. Open Cup semifinals; and more)

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Juan Agudelo has long been considered a young prospect destined to play in Europe's top flight, and now that destiny is closer to becoming reality after signing a pre-contract with Stoke City to join the English Premier League side in January.

The Rumor Mill: Agudelo, Bengtson to Europe?

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Juan Agudelo has proven a great addition in his short time with the Revolution, but with his contract due to expire at the end of the season, keeping the striker long term appears a tall task with interested reported from Europe. (Photo: Chris Aduama/

Updated: 8/6/2013 at 11:40AM ET

The speculation has been growing recently over the futures of New England Revolution strikers Juan Agudelo and Jerry Bengtson with the club.

Harsh Referring Decision Cost New England Lose Three Points

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Twenty minutes into the New England Revolution game against Vancouver on Saturday and everything was going according to Jay Heap's script.

The Revs had got off to the perfect start when Agudelo scored after 10 minutes. Chris Tierney delivered a pinpoint 50-yard pass, which the Whitecaps defence failed to deal with and Agudelo made no mistake, drilling his shot past Whitecaps goalkeeper Brad Knighton.

Seeing Red

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Juan Agudelo and Kelyn Rowe gave the New England Revolution an early 2-0 lead in Vancouver, but a penalty kick and controversial red card to rookie defender Andrew Farrell in the 24th minute sparked a comeback for the Whitecaps who would go on to win the match 4-3.

New England (5-5-5, 20 points) who looked on track for an impressive road win that would've put them in third place in the East before collapsing after Farrell's ejection, remained in sixth place with the loss.

Agudelo surprised but excited about joining Revolution

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It is easy to see why a young player looking to further his development would be frustrated with finding out he is being traded for the second time in less than a year, but that isnot the case with Juan Agudelo.

Two days after being shipped from Chivas USA to the New England Revolution via a shock trade, Agudelo took part in his first training session with his new club on Thursday.

Revs acquire Agudelo

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The New England Revolution acquire forward Juan Agudelo from Chivas USA on Tuesday in exchange for allocation money. (Photo: Chris Aduama/

The New England Revolution acquired striker Juan Agudelo in a trade with Chivas USA on Tuesday.

The 20-year-old was acquired in exchange for allocation money.

Revolution acquire Agudelo via trade with Chivas USA

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For the second time in just under a year, Juan Agudelo is packing his bags and moving from one coast to another.

Agudelo has been traded from Chivas USA to the New England Revolution in exchange for allocation money. The deal was initially announced on Tuesday evening via a tweet from Agudelo's agent, Ron Waxman, but both clubs confirmed the deal shortly thereafter.

MLS Western Conference Notes: Martins out for Sounders-Revs, Agudelo still hobbled, and more

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Obafemi Martins returned to practice on Thursday for the first time in two weeks while dealing with a knee injury. Despite his return to practice, Sigi Schmid told KJR Radio that Martins will not play in Saturday's match against the New England Revolution. The team listed Martins as out for the match.

Episode 82 – Henry sprained his…

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Join the guys as they look back at DC United's first two matches of the season, including the glorious win on opening day at RFK stadium and the nasty loss at the Razor at the hands of the New England Revolution. The guys also talk about the rest of the action across MLS and the US Men's National team draw against Argentina.

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Report: 1860 Munich keen on Agudelo

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Juan Agudelo'sstatus as a free agent makes him an intriguing option to clubs that are still in need of a forward, and we now seemto know one of the parties interested in his services.

According to a report out of Germany, 2. Bundesliga side TSV 1860 Munich are looking at Agudelo as a possible summer reinforcement.

Report: Hannover add Agudelo to their summer transfer window shortlist

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Juan Agudelo's immediate future might lie in the German Bundesliga.

According to a report out of England, Agudelo is being lined up as the replacement for Senegalese striker Mame Diouf at Hannover 96. Diouf is expected to leave Hannover in June for Stoke City, which is where Agudelo was hoping to play next season before a second appeal for a work permit to play in the Premiership failed.

Agudelo has work permit appeal rejected again, leaving him a free agent heading into summer

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Juan Agudelo signed a lucrative contract with Stoke City in January that was supposed to help him realize his dream of playing in one of the best league's in the world. When he had his work permit appeal denied, Agudelo went on loan to Dutch side FC Utrecht with the hope being that a good stint there would be enough to improve his chances of securing that all-important work permit.

Agudelo opens European scoring account in Utrecht loss

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It might have come in a losing effort, but Juan Agudelo has his first European goal.

Five days after setting up a game-tying equalizer vs. Ajax, Agudelo opened his European scoring account by netting FC Utrecht's lone goal in a 2-1 defeat to PEC Zwolle on Thursday.

Agudelo joins Utrecht on loan for remainder of season

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It looks like Juan Agudelo has sorted out where he will be playing in Europe this year.

The 21-year-old forward announced via his social networks on Saturday that he will be joining Eredivisie side FC Utrecht on loan from Stoke City for the remainder of the season.

Agudelo signs with Stoke, loan deal looming

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Juan Agudelo might not be suiting up for Stoke City any time in the immediate future, but that has not stopped the free agent forward from signing a deal with the club.

Agudelo announced via his social networks on Tuesday that he has agreed to terms with Stoke despite not being able to play for the Premiership side in the near future because of his inability to secure a work permit in England.

A closer look at the USMNT’s young players

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Take a quick glance at Jurgen Klinsmann's 20-man roster for Wednesday's friendly, and you could not be blamed for thinking it was the roster for a U.S. Under-23 Men's National Team camp.

That is not the case, however.

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Agudelo, Onyewu, Shea and Ream among 24 called in for USMNT friendly vs. Ukraine

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Juan Agudelo, Brek Shea, Juan Agudelo and Tim Ream have all been called in by Jurgen Klinsmann for the March 5 friendly against Ukraine.

For Agudelo, Onyewu and Ream, the call-ups signal the end of lengthy spells away from the national team set-up. They are joined by the likes of Danny Williams and Sacha Kljestan.

SBI MLS Spotlight: Agudelo carrying more responsibility as one of Chivas USA’s few holdovers

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Of the few players to survive Chivas USA's offseason overhaul, Juan Agudelo may be the one with the biggest burden on his shoulders.

It might be hard to believe but this season marks Agudelo's fourth as a professional and with that comes increased expectations.

Bob Bradley’s January Call-Ups Barely Old Enough to Drink

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The U.S. Soccer Federation announced the players who have been called up and accepted the invitation to the U.S. men's national team training camp in January. These players are the ones who will play in the next friendly against Chile in California and likely Egypt in Cairo. And the theme of this year's team is youth.


Report: Juan Agudelo to Celtic

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In a move that seem premeditated ever since he went on trial there, Sky Sports reporting this morning (and Juan Agudelo RT'ing their tweet) that US forward Juan Agudelo is set to make a move to Scottish top of the table expert Celtic.

With the management situation at Chivas USA always being dicey, a need to play frequently against physical competition and Celtic thinning their forward ranks through reps in the Champion's League, this is an excellent opportunity for Agudelo to jump to Celtic and then springboard Eastward, if it in fact materializes.

Agudelo makes good impression at Celtic

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Juan Agudelo's training stint with Scottish champion Celtic is going well, leading to positive comments from the Celtic camp as well as from Agudelo about his time there.

Just what those comments really mean is up for debate, but the comments already have the spin machine working at full force as headlines claiming Celtic is lining up a bid for the U.

The Rest

United States-Bosnia Herzegovina Preview: Three Revs Hoping to Start 2018 Strong

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Agudelo, Rowe and Cropper are all looking to end winter camp on a high note, as the three Revs play in the first USMNT friendly of the year.

The United States will not be going to Russia this summer, which means for a lot of players and the federation, the road to Qatar begins tonight at the StubHub Center in Carson, California.

Agudelo: ‘Floodgates Opening’ for Revs’ Offense

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Have the Revolution finally turned the corner on the offensive woes that plagued them during their first three games? Juan Agudelo thinks so.

Following his team's 2-0 victory over the Rapids – the first for the locals in Colorado since 2002 – the Revolution midfielder/forward suggested that the attacking struggles of early-March are now behind them.

Agudelo, Union trio added to U-23 camp

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With their MLS seasons over after losses in the conference semifinals on Thursday, a handful of up-and-coming players in the U.S. Under-23 and Under-20 pools will get their chance to make their mark ahead of this spring's Olympic qualifiers.

What Would You Like to See from MLS Talk in 2011?

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Happy New Year to all our readers and best wishes in 2011!

The past year was a big one for American soccer. Â A good but not great World Cup run, a highlight goal from Landon Donovan, and the controversial rehiring of Bob Bradley after the World Cup. Â A first MLS Cup win by Colorado, the signings of Rafa Marquez and Thierry Henry by New York, but maybe more importantly the rise of young players like Tim Ream, Teal Bunbury, Juan Agudelo, and Andy Najar.