The new logo of the New England Revolution is revealed
The Revs decided to rebrand their logo and their fans seem confused with the change. The news broke after the logo was shown in the new FIFA 21 video game.
Changes are not well accepted amongst Major League Soccer fans and we saw how they were upset with the rebrand that Columbus Crew did earlier this year. Now the New England Revolution surprised many when a new logo appeared on the FIFA 21 video game on Monday.
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The Revs fans were first angry because their best player, Carles Gil, had an overall rating of 77 and this didn’t sit well for them. The Spanish midfielder has scored 12 goals, given 32 assists in 60 league appearances since arriving to MLS in 2019. So the Revs fans believe his overall rating should be higher.
The MLS just tweeted the Top 10 Players in MLS with Carles’ Card having the New Rumored Logo!— Revolution Nation (@RevsNationBOS) September 20, 2021
Looks like its True! The Logo is “accidentally” confirmed
Thoughts? & did @EASPORTSFIFA mess up? #NERevs | #MLS |#FUT pic.twitter.com/CTDxnhAYVw
Not happy with the new logo
On top of that, they found out through the latest edition of FIFA that the New England Revolution had changed their logo. The problem was that Major League Soccer tweeted a picture of the best players in FIFA and the fans quickly noticed that Gil’s card had a different logo and soon the league deleted it.
Now everything is making sense for the New England fans because they can’t seem to find a jersey at the stadium or online. The question they are asking now is when is this rebranding happening and if it is part of the new stadium they are building. The crayon flag with stars around a soccer ball looks to be the new logo of the Revs, very similar to the UEFA Champions League logo.
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