We haven’t had any concrete Ryan Guy news for a while. The San Diegan was a 2009-10 OT XI honoree for his efforts at St. Patrick’s Athletic in the FAI League of Ireland, but he left the club this off-season for what was described as “personal reasons” (although it sounds like SPA was moving to part-time wages and Guy had a son to worry about).
Since then, he’s spent time on trial with the Portland Timbers, Chivas USA, and FC Dallas without any efforts. Now the wide midfielder, who scored 25 league goals with 139 matches in four seasons in Ireland as well as some in European competition, has found a club, signing with the New England Revolution of MLS.
He’ll add some needed width to an attack that has scored a league-worst ten goals in thirteen matches this year and continues to struggle even after adding US World Cup veteran Benny Feilhaber.