Nova Sports Group client, Jeremiah White, has officially agreed to terms with the New England Revolution and is set to join the Boston-based Major League Soccer (MLS) club to start the 2012 season pending receipt of his International Transfer Certificate. White was last registered to play with GKS Belchatów in the top league in Poland during 2010. The 2003 Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) Player of the Year and Hermann Trophy Finalist out of Wake Forest University now joins the Revolution after having been initially drafted by the club in 2004. White did not sign with MLS that season and instead opted to embark upon a European journey to test his luck overseas. Prior to signing in MLS in 2012, the pacey attacking player had previously spent long stretches of his career with AGF Arhus of the Danish Superliga and FC Gueugnon of French Ligue 2. He became a weekly starter for the Arhusian side during his 3.5 seasons with the club and developed a strong fan following earning the nickname “Mr. USA”. Upon his arrival in New England White is now reunited with former AGF playmaker and current Revs midfield maestro, Benny Feilhaber, as both played together before in Denmark. He played in over 80 matches for AGF Arhus and registered 7 goals and 12 assists from 2007-2010. White also received an international cap for the United States senior National Team in a friendly match against Sweden in 2008. He subsequently remained in the eligible player pool for National Team selection throughout the 2010 World Cup process. Among many accomplishments to his name, White is also known for being one of the first American players to register a hat-trick for a European club in a top league when he hung three goals on Montpellier during French Ligue 2 league play in 2006.
Nova Sports Group (www.NovaSportsGroup.com) is a global sports representation agency that introduces a dynamic approach to managing professional soccer athletes on the international level. Based in Washington, DC, Nova has managed transfers and/or career management strategies of over 35 professional players globally and was involved in managing White’s career from 2005-2010 having arranged his contracts with AGF Arhus, FC Gueugnon and now again Nova has worked with White in 2012 on his contract with the New England Revolution. Nova has previously worked with a number of players with MLS contracts such as Gregg Berhalter (LA Galaxy), Gustavo Cabrera (Real Salt Lake),
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