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Sebastian Lletget calls on NE Revs to 'look at themselves in the mirror' after Inter Miami loss

Sebastian Lletget has called on his New England Revolution teammates to 'look at themselves in the mirror' after falling to a 3-2 defeat at Inter Miami on Saturday. The reigning Supporters' Shield champions have endured an ugly start to the season, taking just four points from their opening six MLS matches and exiting the Concacaf Champions League at the quarter-final stage.
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Sebastian Lletget Makes His Mark On Revolution In New England Debut

FOXBORO (CBS) — Sebastian Lletget made it clear when he landed with the Revolution that wanted to make his presence felt. The midfielder didn’t take long to make his mark on his new club. Lletget is as calm and cool as they come, and that was on full display during his Revs debut in Saturday night’s season opener in Portland. The 29-year-old saw 79 minutes of action in New England’s 2-2 draw, putting the Revolution back on top in the second half after the Timbers had netted the equalizer. Lletget took a nice feed from DeJuan Jones and smoothly put it in...
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Sebastian Lletget after scoring his first Revs goal: “I’m here”

Sebastian Lletget wants to “add value” to the New England Revolution and he certainly did that on Saturday night. The Portland Timber’s Dairon Asprilla scored in the 60th minute to level the game at 1-1. Three minutes later, Lletget got on the end of a DeJuan Jones cross to restore the New England Revolution’s lead.
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Sebastian Lletget vows to 'add value' to NE Revolution after debut

USMNT player Sebastian Lletget marked his New England Revolution debut on Saturday with a stunning goal, earning his team a 2-2 draw against the Portland Timbers at Providence Park. After the match, the midfielder celebrated the score and made his intentions with his new side clear. “I mean, you always...
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Sebastian Lletget ready to go on the attack for Bruce Arena again with Revolution

FOXBOROUGH — Sebastian Lletget seemed the least likely of Revolution recruits. Before being acquired last month, the San Francisco-born Lletget spent his entire MLS career with the Los Angeles Galaxy, and in seven years he never made the trip to compete in the Boston area. The closest he came to Boston might have been while flying overhead on the way to London to play for West Ham United from age 16 to 22.
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Matt Turner, Sebastian Lletget Named To USMNT Roster For World Cup Qualifying Matches

BOSTON (CBS) — Before they play their first game together for New England, Revolution teammates Matt Turner and Sebastian Lletget will hit the pitch for the United States Men’s National Team. On Friday, both players were named to the USMNT roster for three upcoming World Cup Qualifying matches. The duo has been training with the national team this month in U.S. Soccer’s January Preparation Camp, and will remain with the Stars and Stripes for a trio of qualifying matches. First, they’ll take on El Salvador in Columbus, Ohio on Thursday, January 27, followed by a match against Canada in Hamilton, Ontario...
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Sebastian Lletget gives thoughts on old and new Revolution logo

Just like every single Revolution fan, Sebastian Lletget has his thoughts on both the old and new logo for the club. At his introductory press conference with media on Thursday, the midfielder was asked about the dearly departed crayon flag. “I’ve always liked the old one,” he said. “I mean,...
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Sebastian Lletget has championship aspirations after being traded to New England Revolution

On Thursday the New England Revolution officially announced that they acquired Sebastian Lletget and the midfielder met with the media to discuss the move. New England acquired the 29-year-old’s services in exchange for $500,000 in General Allocation Money. The LA Galaxy may also receive additional future GAM if certain performance-based conditions are met.
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New England Revolution reportedly acquire Sebastian Lletget

Following a tough season for the LA Galaxy, Sebastian Lletget is on the move as the team looks to rebuild. According to ESPN’s Jeff Carlisle, the midfielder is set to join the New England Revolution. Moving to the Eastern Conference team will also allow him to reunite with Bruce Arena who managed him with the Galaxy and USMNT previously.
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New England Revolution acquire United States international Sebastian Lletget from LA Galaxy

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution have acquired midfielder Sebastian Lletget from the LA Galaxy in exchange for $500,000 in 2022 and 2023 General Allocation Money. The Galaxy may receive additional future GAM if certain performance-based conditions are met. The United States international joins the Revolution after seven MLS seasons with the LA Galaxy.
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LA Galaxy trade Sebastian Lletget to New England Revolution

In a real “changing of the guard” moment on Thursday, the LA Galaxy officially announced they have traded midfielder Sebastian Lletget to the New England Revolution. In return, they will receive $300,000 in allocation money in 2022, $200,000 in allocation money in 2023, and up to $800,000 in allocation money on top of that depending on Lletget’s performance with the Revs.
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