KANSAS CITY, KS - JULY 30: Rajko Lekic #10 of the New England Revolution celebrates after scoring a goal during the first half of the game against Sporting Kansas City on July 30, 2011 at LiveStrong Sporting Park in Kansas City, Kansas. (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images)
The holidays are upon us and I'm beginning to think that I won't be getting anything from my Revs Christmas wishlist this year. While other teams are signing international players and brand new soccer stadiums are being built, Revs fans are settling for some stocking stuffers this year--and I guess a little coal, too.
Today the Revolution announced that they have signed defensive midfielder Clyde Simms to a new, undisclosed deal. Simms, who spent the last seven years with DC United, was selected by the Revs in the second stage of the re-entry draft earlier this month. The Revolution's other two re-entry draft selections, Danleigh Borman and Nate Jaqua, have yet to agree to terms with the club.