Hirsch, Gamarra, Arambruru and Rodriguez Return for 2021

We’re delighted to have this quartet return for the 2021 NPSL season. They all bring unique qualities and vast amounts of experience to the group.

Sagi Hirsch returns for his fourth season with the Revs.  Our 2018 Team Captain, Sagi is a natural leader and outstanding player who’s made 24 appearances, playing 2014 minutes on the backline.  The Ma’ayan tzvi, Israel native played for Georgia Gwinnett College where he was a two time All-Conference selection.

“Sagi is a high IQ, full throttle wingback that will get up and down all day long. His left foot holds great quality from open play, and dead ball situations. His experience will be invaluable to this squad.” – Coach Ricky Davey


Brahan Gamarra is back for his third season.  He’s played in eleven games for the Revs, scoring one goal.  Originally from Lima, Peru, Brahan is well known in Atlanta soccer circles.  As a college player he was a member of the 2015 National Champion Tyler College squad where he was an All American.

“Brahan is an incredible player, so silky on the ball and possesses the ability to unlock oppositions defenses. He will nourish the young talent in this group, while showcasing his own ability to a high level”. – Coach Ricky Davey


Ian Arambruru is back for his second season in the Red, White, and Blue.  Another Lima, Peru native, Ian played for Georgia Gwinnett College.  While at GGC, he played in 67 games and helped the squad win three Conference Championships.

“Ian offers experience and top quality at CB, and as a defensive minded midfielder. He comes with grit and toughness, as well as soft quick feet and a great understanding of the game. A top addition to the squad this summer.” – Coach Ricky Davey


George Rodriguez returns for his third season.  Our 2017 Player of the Year has made thirteen appearances for the Revs.  The Georgia State graduate played 34 matches for the Panthers.  George is a local youth soccer legend, playing for both Eagles Landing High School and Concorde Fire DA.

“George is a player I know well from his time at Georgia State. He is able to play in numerous positions across the back and midfield with top quality. He will lead on and off the field, and provide an experienced shoulder for the squad in the NPSL.” – Coach Ricky Davey

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