The New England Revolution have announced that they have loaned third string keeper Trevor Spangenberg to the USL's Richmond Kickers per a team release.
This is a one game loan for Spangenberg who will return to the Revolution following Richmond's game against FC Montreal this weekend. The Revolution have an affiliate agreement with the Rochester Rhinos that has seen Tyler Rudy and Timi Mulgrew loaned to the upstate New York club.
Currently Richmond's only two keepers are Ryan Taylor and Travis Worra. Worra is on loan from D.C. United and the pair have combined for only three goals allowed in five games and three total shutouts in the 2015 USL season. According to our friend Ben Bromley at Black and Red United, Bill Hamid's injury has forced DCU to recall Worra so that the MLS club can have two keepers this weekend, hence the need for a second goalkeeper for the Kickers.
@JCatanese43 Nope, Hamid is injured so DCU had to take back their loaneee— Ben Bromley (@BRUBromley) April 24, 2015
Spangenberg signed with the Revs in early March after being on trial with the club throughout the preseason. The Mesa, Arizona native is in his second season in MLS after spending the 2014 campaign in Southern California with Chivas USA. He made one substitute appearance for the Goats last season, coming on for a red carded Tim Melia against Houston Dynamo on May 3, 2014. He has not made an appearance for the Revs in 2015.