Another former Metro leaves us too soon
An original member of the New England Revolution in 1996, John DeBrito played in eight matches for the MetroStars under then head coach Carlos Alberto Parreira in 1997. He also performed for the Kansas City Wizards, Columbus Crew and Dallas Burn in Major League Soccer. DeBrito competed for the Boston Storm and New York Fever in the U.S. Interregional Soccer League, the Nashville Metros and Connecticut Wolves, playing the 1991-92 indoor season for the Tulsa Ambush as well.
"They better keep playing that RB Arena update because that unbuilt stadium is the only positive thing about this soft-drink-selling, coached-by-a-dumbass, trading-good-players-for-shit, hopeless, retarded, club." - MetroFanatic
"It was always six weeks away. Every month, [Nick Sakiewicz] would say, we're six weeks away from the stadium. It's been the longest six weeks of my life." - Mike Petke
"The league stopped caring about us when the slavers ponied up money for the abortion across the river." - MetroFanatic
"I think every country can learn everything about each other. If the whole world can be together, it can be good." - Mathias Jorgensen