ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – New Mexico United added their second new addition to the roster on Wednesday morning, as Haitian international midfielder Carl Sainte signs with the club. “Carl is going to play a role with this team and I am really excited about it,” said Head Coach Zach Prince. “He has a ton of potential, he has the physical profile to really be a midfielder that can cover a lot of ground. His intelligence mixed with his athleticism and ability to get around the field is something that we are incredibly excited about.”
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Sainte is the second new acquisition of the season for the team and Coach Prince likes where his squad is at heading into 2022. “We are in a really good spot, as far as our roster goes. I am excited about the two signings that we have announced and we have a couple more coming through really shortly. Not only that, soon in the next week or so we will announce two additional staff members. So, I am excited about everything really starting to come together,” Prince said.
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