Teenager scores first MLS goal with New England Revolution

A Massachusetts teen scores his first MLS goal with New England Revolution



My name is Noel, I’m 17, I live in Arlington, I went to Arlington for one year in high school for one year. I still live in Arlington, I left, my parents got my driver’s license *** a few months ago, yeah, I just scored a *** but I just wanted to show *** a big picture. I didn’t get it even though I couldn’t find the camera, even though I wasn’t even looking for a *** camera, I don’t really remember anything about it, but in the flex, you know, *** a little * **, you know, it’s kind of like what you do just like you don’t think about it, you kinda like oh my god oh my god I just scored a goal I’m not a complete player by any means you know I still have A lot to learn. I mean I make mistakes, I make a lot of youth mistakes, I still make a lot of mistakes, I haven’t played many MLS games either, and I have to get big, you know, I’m still a lean teenager, I have to work on muscle, my life, my life dreams to play the primary league. You know I’ve always wanted to go to Europe, I have a British passport *** so at some point I’d like to play there, but I’m not trying to think too much right now because now I have to, we have to do qualifiers now right now and I have to I go there and play my heart

A Massachusetts teen scores his first MLS goal with New England Revolution

A Massachusetts teen scored his first Major League Soccer goal with the New England Revolution and made history In the process, at age 17, Arlington native Noel Buck became the second youngest scorer in Revs history when he netted. On Sunday against FC New York City, Buck said, “I still live in Arlington. I live with my dad.” “I got my driver’s license a few months ago.” The local midfielder went to Revolution Academy and was playing for Revolution 2 before making his MLS debut on August 13. Sunday, shooting from outside the box with his left foot and hitting the goalkeeper in his near post, Buck said “I’m by no means a complete player. I still have a lot to learn.” “I mean, I make mistakes. I make a lot of youth mistakes.” He added, “I have to get big too. I am still a lean teenager. I have to work on my muscles.” Buck is currently joining online classes around the demands of his professional football career. He said his lifelong dream is to play in the Premier League.” I have always wanted to go to Europe, get a British passport. He said, “So at some point, I would like to play there.” That is now, at the moment, and I have to get out. There and playing my heart out.” Entering Wednesday, Revolution was tied for seventh in the Eastern Conference — just above the playoff streak. New England next plays on the road on Saturday against the New York Red Bulls.

A Massachusetts teen scored his first Major League Soccer goal with the New England Revolution and made history in the process.

At 17, Arlington native Noel Buck became the second youngest scorer in Revs history when he netted on Sunday against a New York City team.

“I still live in Arlington. I live with my parents,” Buck said. “I got my driver’s license a few months ago.”

The local midfielder went to Revolution Academy and was playing for Revolution 2 before making his MLS debut on August 13. He then started his first game on August 31 before scoring on Sunday, shooting from outside the penalty area with his left foot. And hit the guard in his near post.

“I’m by no means a complete player,” Buck said. “I still have a lot to learn.” “I mean, I make mistakes. I make a lot of youth mistakes.

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“I have to get big, too,” he added. “I’m still a lean teenager. I have to work on my muscles.”

Buck is currently taking online classes on the requirements of his professional football career. He said his lifelong dream is to play in the Premier League.

“I’ve always wanted to go to Europe and get a British passport. So at some point, I’d like to play there,” he said. “But I’m not trying to think too much right now because right now, we have to do the playoffs. This is now, right now, and I have to get out there and play my heart out.”

Entering on Wednesday, Revolution was tied for seventh in the Eastern Conference — just above the playoff streak. New England next plays on the road on Saturday against the New York Red Bulls.