Claude Dielna

New England Revolution

Claude Dielna talks about his off season

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Remember the show Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego? Well, you could've easily played that game this off season with Claude Dielna in place of the title character.

The New England Revolution center back traveled the world during his break, visiting friends and family in England, France, Spain, and more.

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.

Revs Sign French CB Dielna

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The New England Revolution reinforced their back line with the signing of French center back Claude Dielna on Friday.

Dielna, 29, will be added to the roster via either a Designated Player slot or Targeted Allocation Money (TAM) pending receipt of his International Transfer Certificate (ITC) and P-1 Visa.

The Rest

Cropper stock up, attack stock down in Revolution loss to D.C. United

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Another road match, another tough result. Here's who stood out.

Seeking a highly-coveted road win, the Revolution turned in a dud against D.C. United on Saturday. Here's who impressed, and who didn't, during the 1-0 loss:

Stock up

Cody Cropper

The scoreline of Saturday's match reflected Cropper's brilliance more than anything else.

Dielna Dishes on Debut

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Recently-signed Revolution defender Claude Dielna said he felt good going into his MLS debut on Sunday at New York City, but when it was over, he wasn't exactly thrilled about what unfolded around him.

Despite showing some promise in a revamped back four, the 29-year-old French international was doomed to watch his team concede a pair of unanswered goals in Sunday's 2-1 loss at Yankee Stadium.