The Revolution entered a new era last week when Tom Soehn took over as the team’s interim head coach. For the navy and red, that’s the first of many changes to come. A new coach, staff and system await. Roster moves won’t be far behind.
Looking ahead, it’s entirely possible that New England undergoes a full rebuild in the coming months. That raises an important question: who lives on as the franchise leader?
For much of the past six seasons, Lee Nguyen has occupied that role. And in 2017, he has continued to lead the way for the Revs, putting together one of his most productive seasons yet: 15 assists, 10 goals, 2.7 chances created per match.
Should the Revolution build around Nguyen? Or should the team move on from the 30-year-old midfielder and build around someone else?
Tell us in today’s open thread.