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New England Revolution Injury Report: Juan Agudelo Remains Questionable

New England Revolution Injury Report: Juan Agudelo Remains Questionable, Angking Remains Sidelined, And Diego Fagundez Suspended

The New England Revolution have released their injury report ahead of Saturday’s match against Columbus Crew SC. Not many shockers on this list with the names being very similar to last week’s match against Toronto.

The only Revs player that is listed as out for the moment is midfielder Isaac Angking who remains sidelined with an illness. As for questionable the only player on this one is forward Juan Agudelo who is still dealing with a hamstring issue he suffered two weeks ago.

Agudelo is expected to be a match-day decision with Head Coach Brad Friedel alluding to Agudelo being unlikely for the match against Columbus but seems more hopeful in the following week.

 “Juan [Agudelo] is good. He’s coming along nicely, hasn’t had any setbacks – knock on wood – to his recovery. I don’t know if he’ll be ready for this weekend, but if he’s not ready for this weekend, then hopefully next.”

The only other player who is listed on the report is forward Diego Fagundez who will miss the match as he is serving a one-game yellow card accumulation suspension he was handed in last week’s win over Toronto.

Diego Fagundez To Serve One-Game Yellow Card Accumulation Suspension

Friedel isn’t too worried about the absence of his “Number 10” with the Revs having plenty of depth and other options they can plug into that role against Columbus.

“We have a lot of options, to be honest with you. We have Kelyn [Rowe], we have Zach [Herivaux], we also have another midfield trio of Wilfried [Zahibo], Luis [Caicedo], and Scott Caldwell. We can play numerous players in the 10 position. [Cristian] Penilla can even play as a 10. There’s a lot of options and that’s a good thing with the squad that we have. We have a lot of players that can fill in for other players and we have a lot of players that, once they do get a chance, they can keep places. That’s a good thing to have.”

The latest injury report from Columbus has midfielder Pedro Santos listed with a hamstring injury and that is it. No word on if Santos will play or not at this point.

The New England Revolution will take on Columbus Crew SC on Saturday, May 19th at 7:30 pm at home in Gillette Stadium.

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Tanner founded Trifecta Sports in Spring of 2016 and has grown it from a blog into a multi-faceted media entity. He covers the New England Revolution, Pawtucket Red Sox, Boston Cannons, New England Patriots, and the Providence College Friars.

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