After parting ways in October, Kaptoum signs for an American league team

At the End of the Palm Tree

Updated:23/12/2020 17:19h


The former player of Real Betis Wilfried Kaptoum his sports career changes direction when his signing by a Major League Soccer team from United Statess, he New England Revolution from the town of Foxborough, Massachusetts, about 35 km southwest of downtown Boston.

It should be remembered that Kaptoum, who made his debut with Betis in the First Division LaLiga and also played official matches in the Copa del Rey and the Europa League with the shirt that shows the thirteen bars shield, left the Verdiblanca entity at the beginning of the last month of October when the Betic club officially announced the untying from the Cameroonian midfielder. All this after the Almeria, team in which the Douala was on loan during the 19-20 season, By not promoting, the purchase obligation that had been agreed did not become effective.

The footballer had been looking for accommodation since then without finding a club that complied with his wishes. his idea era continue playing in First division or in a similar competition, but since the offers that have reached him did not reach this objective, he has opted for a Developing league, in which they have landed in recent months Higuaín, Matuidi, Chicharito Hernández… and from which Pozuelo was elected MVP.

Framing in the Eastern Conference, the New England Revolutions finished eighth last season, but rose in level in the playoffs and reached the conference finals, falling to the subsequent champion, the Columbus Crew. With only 24 years He still dreams of returning to a superior league and for that he will look for minutes where they have trusted him, in a team of the Greater Boston area who wants to go one step further and fight for the title in the MLS norteamericana.

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