We may be about to get a glimpse on just how FC Dallas intends to fill the roster of reserve side North Texas SC.
Kevin Rosas, 18-year old Bolivian midfielder, is on his way to Frisco:
Le jeune talent Kevin Rosas 18 ans de l'Academia Tahuichi Aguilera viendra faire un essai début janvier à Dallas d'après la page Facebook de l'académie Bolivienne !— FC_Dallas FR (@FCDallasFR1) December 14, 2018
En espérant que ça se passe bien pour lui et pour nous ! #DTID pic.twitter.com/a6pNpMCYLu
Rosas will be joining the FC Dallas senior team, for a two week trial. This has been confirmed by Tahuichi Academy, who held a press conference, announcing the academy graduate's departure to FCD:
Tahuichi Aguilera Academy is one of the most prestigious soccer academies in Bolivia, having produced several Bolivian greats, including former MLS player Marco Etcheverry. The press conference, hints of a further partnership/affiliation between Tahuichi Academy and FCD.
Not much is known about Kevin Rosas, but he looks like a good addition for North Texas SC.
I think this is the future. FCD can now afford to bring in young unknown trialists. If they like them, they can then choose between FCD and NTSC as their destination.
If NTSC is going to be a roster full of HGs, draftees, and unknown teenagers from around the world, then I’m even more excited about the new reserve team!
What are your thoughts on the young Bolivian? Will we see more young trialists this offseason?