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While the Vancouver Whitecaps are busy stockpiling forwards, the New England Revolution's quest to find any reliable strikers continues.
That quest became a bit more difficult after definitive word that Rajko Lekic has returned to his native Denmark to join Lyngby after spending the 2011 season with the Revs.
Lekic scored six goals in 23 games last season for the Revolution, who revamped their front line last season with Lekic, Argentine Designated Player Milton Caraglio and Moroccan forward Monsef Zerka, but appear to be headed into the new season without any of them. New England currently boasts just Zack Schilawski, Zak Boggs, Kenny Mansally and 16-year-old Homegrown Player Diego Fagundez as forwards on their roster.
Were you hoping that Lekic was going to return to New England? What do you think the Revs should do to upgrade their striker corps?
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