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NYCFC have acquired player from Boca Juniors

MLS League outfits New York City FC announced that the Club has acquired Federico Bravo from Boca Juniors on loan until the end of the 2016 MLS season. The loan is pending ITC.

The 22-year old defensive midfielder, has made 37 appearances for the Argentina club Boca Juniors first team since 2013.

“This league is growing rapidly and is an exciting place to play.” Bravo told NYCFC.com. “My position is defensive midfield, but I can also play in central defense. I will give 100% on every play and support the team wherever necessary.”

“This is a great club to be part of, I can feel that already. I joined up with the group a few days ago and everyone is focused, working hard and looking forward to the start of the season. We hope to have a good year.”

New York City FC Sporting Director believes that Bravo is another promising young addition to the team.

“Federico is a good passing defensive midfielder who can shield the back four. He’s played over 35 first team games for Boca Juniors in a very competitive league. We’re getting a player with good experience that can provide depth and qualities we need.”

“He’s also another young player that we’ve added to the team during this window. It’s been one of the focuses of our offseason recruitment to make sure we added some youthful energy into the squad – and with the additions of Ronald, Diego, Ethan, Jack, Mikey and now Federico – we have added a good amount of quality under the age of 25.”

NYCFC manager Patrick Vieira believes that Bravo can bring versatility to the defensive makeup of the roster.

“He’s a holding midfielder that can also play at the back, I like this versatility. He’s got good technical ability and importantly his game understanding is really good. He’s already fitted well into the group and trained with the players for the first time yesterday. He is fit and ready to play”.

Source: NYCFC


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