Benjamin Angoua

New England Revolution

The Revs Need a Box-to-Box Midfielder

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The Revs need to do some off-season shopping and top of their list should be a steady presence in the midfield.

The New England Revolution have a good squad. In fact, they have a squad that shouldn't be missing the playoffs two years in a row. Adding three new central defenders in Claude Dielna, Benjamin Angoua, and Antonio Delamea, along with striker Krisztian Nemeth were good pieces, but the Revolution still have one major void left to be filled.

RBNY 1, New England 0: Late BWP Goal Outs Revs from USOC Quarterfinals

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A second half red card to Benjamin Angoua combined with a late Bradley Wright-Phillips goal is enough to eliminate the Revs at home.

For seventy-five minutes the New England Revolution and New York Red Bulls seemed destined for extra time or even penalties in their US Open Cup quarterfinal match.

Player ratings: Philadelphia Union 3-0 New England Revolution

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As we celebrate our nation's independence, the Philadelphia quelled a Revolution of their own. PSP is here with the player ratings from the Union's 3-0 win over (New) England.

Benjamin Angoua Suspended for Red Bulls Match

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The MLS Disciplinary Committee was very busy this week, but still managed to notice this incident.

New England Revolution centerback Benjamin Angoua will serve a one game suspension for this play in last week's 2-1 victory over Columbus Crew SC. Kyle Beckerman of Real Salt Lake and Michael Murillo of the New York Red Bulls were also suspended one match this week by the DisCo.

Revolution v. Dynamo: Injury Reports

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The Revs are at full health for the second straight week.

For the second consecutive week, the New England Revolution have reported a clean bill of health. This means that head coach Jay Heaps will have plenty of options when he pens his starting XI.

The biggest question regards the backline.

Revolution v. Rapids: Injury Reports

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Delemea and Angoua are healthy ahead of the season opener.

It looks like the New England Revolution's two marquee off-season signings will be ready for First Kick.

The Revolution's most recent injury report only includes one player, as Zachary Herivaux is listed as out with a right ankle sprain.

Report: Revolution to sign Benjamin Angoua

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Ivorian center back Benjamin Angoua is on the way to MLS, according to Ouest France.

Ivorian center back Benjamin Angoua will soon join the New England Revolution, according to a report by Ouest France. A second story says that Angoua has signed a three-year deal with the Revs.

Angoua, 30, was most recently with Guingamp of France, having joined in 2014.


Delamea: Angoua & I Need Some Training Time

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There's no doubt many fears from Revolution fans about the center back spots were calmed at least somewhat by the acquisitions of Antonio Mlinar Delamea and Benjamin Angoua last month. However, the situation is far from settled.

With Angoua nursing a hamstring injury at the start of camp, it wasn't until the fifth and final week of the preseason that the Ivory Coast international was able to see the field.

Heaps ‘Impressed’ w/ Delamea-Angoua Partnership

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It wasn't as buzzworthy as, say, scoring a half-dozen goals, but the debut of the Antonio Delamea-Benjamin Angoua center back pairing may have been one of the most important developments for the Revolution during Wednesday's 6-2 win over Sporting Kansas City.

Angoua (Hamstring) Set to Debut in DDC

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For the first time since he was acquired in January, Revolution center back Benjamin Angoua participated in full training with his new club on Monday.

Angoua, who joined the club via loan from French Ligue 1 side EA Guingamp for the 2017 MLS season with the option to transfer permanently following the season, was hindered by a hamstring injury suffered prior to his acquisition.

No Rush on New Signing Angoua

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It's impossible to say for sure whether the memory of former Revolution center back John Lozano still lurks in the back of the mind of coach Jay Heaps these days. But one thing's for sure: Heaps certainly doesn't hope the same fate awaits his latest foreign center back signing.

Revolution add Ivory Coast International Defender

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Two days after Antonio Mlinar Delamea was introduced to the media, the Revolution announced the latest addition to their defense, Benjamin Angoua. Angoua, formerly of EA Guingamp of Ligue 1 in France, is be the second of two international signings hinted at by the New England Revolution president Brian Biello earlier in the week.

The Rest

Benjamin Angoua fined for embellishment

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The Revolution center back and the MLS Disciplinary Committee don't get along.

Benjamin Angoua has struggled to stay out of trouble this season.

On Thursday, the MLS Disciplinary Committee fined Angoua for simulation/embellishment during Saturday's 4-0 win over Orlando City SC.

The incident occurred in the 24th minute when Angoua and Dom Dwyer swapped kicks to the leg.

Is Josh Smith a viable center back partner for Antonio Delamea?

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A fourth round SuperDraft pick out of the University of San Francisco, Josh Smith exceeded expectations when he earned a contract with the Revolution.

One month later, Smith exceeded expectations again when he made his MLS debut against the Portland Timbers.

How Should the Revolution Use Its Open Roster Spots?

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4 unsigned players who could fill the team's biggest roster holes.

Another preseason has nearly come to a close in Tucson, Ariz., which means the final Revolution roster has started to take shape.

New center backs Antonio Mlinar Delamea and Benjamin Angoua have begun to acclimate. Rookies Brian Wright, Napo Matsoso and Joshua Smith have made an impact in friendlies.