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Revolution Transfers 2016: Ghanaian left back leaves camp

David Addy is no longer with the Revolution.

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Ghanaian left back David Addy is no longer in camp with the New England Revolution, according to team staff writer and online host Jeff Lemieux.

Addy, 26, joined the Revolution as a trialist on Feb. 16. He saw action in two preseason games, going 45 minutes against Real Salt Lake before playing 62 minutes against Sporting KC.

Addy most recently featured for Waasland-Beveren in the Belgian's top flight. Before that, he made stops in Portugal (Vitória S.C, 2012-14 and Académica de Coimbra, 2010-11), Greece (Panetolikos, 2011-2012), and Denmark (Randers, 2008-10). It's worth noting that Addy played alongside Lee Nguyen's while at Randers.

Addy's departure leaves six unsigned trialists in camp: goalkeepers Trevor Spangenberg and Matt Turner, defender Je-Vaughn Watson, midfielders Tyler Rudy and Michael Gamble, and forward Femi Hollinger-Janzen.

The Revs play their final preseason game this Saturday against Columbus Crew SC. They will then return home to prep for their season opener against the Houston Dynamo on Mar. 6.