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Shalrie Joseph named head coach of Revolution’s U-15 development academy

Shalrie Joseph played for the Revolution from 2003-12, and again in 2014.
Shalrie Joseph played for the Revolution from 2003-12, and again in 2014.Keith Nordstrom/KEITH NORDSTROM

Shalrie Joseph, a former Revolution midfielder and seven-time MLS All-Star, was named head coach of the New England Revolution Academy, the organization’s U-15 development program, Tuesday.

Joseph, 42, is a native of Grenada who played for New England from 2003-12 and again in 2014. He notched 40 goals and 35 assists in 283 MLS games and played on three Eastern Conference championship teams with the Revolution (2005-07). He was also an MLS MVP finalist in 2009.

After retiring, Joseph coached the Grenada national team from 2018-19 and helped it qualify for the 2021 CONCACAF Gold Cup. He has been an assistant with the Revolution in an unofficial capacity since leaving the Grenada national team.

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