Kelyn Rowe is back with the New England Revolution after earning his first three caps with the U.S. Men’s National Team. The midfielder certainly looked happy during yesterday’s training.
All smiles from @Krowe210 in his first training session back with the #NERevs. pic.twitter.com/6PTeG2rvQT— NewEnglandRevolution (@NERevolution) July 18, 2017
Rowe was one of six players sent home ahead of the Gold Cup Knockout Stage. The decision by head coach Bruce Arena was a bit controversial, as Rowe had one goal and one assist. With stats like that, you have to think that the 25-year-old will get another opportunity to impress ahead of next year’s World Cup.
For now, Rowe is focused on helping the Revs climb out of the basement of the Eastern Conference. The club is currently 10th with 20 points. It’s a tall task but one that Rowe appears to be up for as he tweeted that it’s “good to be back.”
Rowe and the Revolution return to action this Saturday when they host the LA Galaxy. Kickoff is set for 7:30 PM.