FOXBOROUGH — While many consider Revolution midfielder Carles Gil worthy of being a Major League Soccer All-Star — “He’s on my All-Star team,” said long-tenured defender Andrew Farrell. “He’s played great throughout the season, throughout the ups and downs of how our team has been doing. He’s such an important player for us, and for the league, also. So yeah, he’s an All-Star.” — he was not selected by fans, Atlanta United coach Frank DeBoer, or MLS commissioner Don Garber to be a league All-Star.
That omission does not phase Gil one bit.
“It's not that important to me,” Gil said through team interpreter Nick Sobel following training on Tuesday morning at Gillette Stadium. “I think in the end, the most important thing to me is the team here and continuing the rhythm we’ve had over the last three months. Obviously, we want to put in a fight over the next three months and try to qualify for the playoffs.”
Gil came to New England at the beginning of the preseason, the centerpiece of