The New England Revolution have picked up Dimitry Imbongo, a French striker from TSV 1860 Munich's reserve squad.
Imbongo will officially be added to the roster after acquiring his P-1 Visa and will count as an international player on the Revolution's roster.
“Dimitry will give us another option up front and provide us with more depth in our attack,” said Revs general manager Michael Burns in a statement. “When he was in training with us last month, he fit in well with our players and now we’re looking forward to his arrival back to Foxborough this time on a permanent basis.”
Here's a rundown of Imbongo as distributed by the Revs:
Full name: Dimitry Imbongo Boele
Pronunciation: dim-EE-tree im-BONG-go
Date of Birth: March 28, 1990 (Kinshasa, Congo)
Hometown: Kinshasa, Congo
Previous Club: 1860 Munich II (GER)
Jersey Number: 92
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