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Juan Agudelo

22-Year-Old Forward     New England Revolution  MLS


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Birthdate:  November 23, 1992    Birthplace:  Manizales, Colombia    Nationality:  USA    Height:  6' 1"    Weight:  181 lbs    
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August 17, 2015    Juan Agudelo News

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Agudelo only needed 31 minutes on the field and one shot attempt to score his fifth goal of the season during Saturday's 2-0 win over Houston.

Agudelo has been used as a sub in four straight games which severely limits his value under most formats. Until he sees more playing time than Charlie Davies or Diego Fagundez, Agudelo's opportunities to produce are too far and in between for widespread consideration.

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Juan Agudelo: Past News Updates   ( ▲ View most recent update )

July 4, 2015

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Agudelo will begin Saturday's game against FC Dallas on the bench.

Agudelo has 16 starts on the season but he'll give way to Diego Fagundez on Saturday. The two have swapped starting duties over the past four games, and consequentially the value of Agudelo has dropped while averaging just 42.25 minutes per game during that time span.

June 21, 2015

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Agudelo will assume his normal role in the starting XI against D.C. United on Sunday.

Agudelo previously came off the bench in New England's last match against Chicago but that was only because he was on short rest after international duty with the U.S. Men's National Team. His reinsertion back into the starting lineup demotes Diego Fagundez to the bench.

June 14, 2015

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Agudelo came on for Teal Bunbury in the 69th minute and failed to take a single shot during the Revs' 2-0 win over Chicago on Saturday.

Agudelo didn't get the start after recently returning from international duty, but he's fully expected back in the starting XI next weekend at D.C. United.

June 13, 2015

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Agudelo (international duty) is available off the bench for Saturday's game against the Fire.

Agudelo played with the US Men's National Team in Europe earlier in the week and it appears that manager Jay Heaps will err on the side of caution by limiting Agudelo's minutes Saturday.

June 11, 2015

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Agudelo is expected to play Saturday against Chicago.

Agudelo played in both of the United States' international friendlies in Europe but he came through unharmed and should slot back into the attack with Charlie Davies.

June 8, 2015

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Agudelo is expected to be available for Saturday's match against the Fire, Jeff Crandall of Chicago-Fire.com reports.

Agudelo was called away for international duty with the US Men's National Team but should rejoin the Revolution ahead of Saturday's game. Although, there's still a chance that manager Jay Heaps will give Agudelo the day off to rest up for the season ahead, or even use him as substitute to minimize his workload.

June 1, 2015

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Agudelo was named to the US Men's National Team for upcoming friendlies against Germany and the Netherlands, which means he will miss Saturday's match against Portland.

Depending on how much he plays for the national team, Agudelo could be rested for his first game back in MLS, which comes June 13 against Chicago. Charlie Davies was not called up by Jurgen Klinsmann, so he will continue to lead the line for the Revs.