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Guzman, Bruce return for United’s ’21 campaign

New Mexico United continues to fill out its roster for 2021 and announced two more returnees in midfielder Daniel Bruce and defender Juan Guzman.

Bruce, 24, is from Warrington, England, and played collegiate soccer at UNC Charllotte before signing with United in 2019. He appeared in 15 games for NMU last season, making seven starts.

Guzman, 32, is from Bogota, Colombia, and played college soccer at Liberty University. Like Bruce, Guzman signed with United in 2019. He appeared in 15 matches with 14 starts last season.

WOMEN IN SOCCER: NMU and the Somos Unidos Foundation will serve as founding partners of Women in Soccer, a global foundation aimed at elevating representation, status and opportunities for women across soccer.

“New Mexico United and their Somos Unidos Foundation are doing game-changing things in the USL to increase diversity in coaching and beyond, and we are honored to have their support,” said Courtney Caroll Levinsohn, Founder of Women in Soccer.

“New Mexico United and their Somos Unidos Foundation are doing game-changing things in the USL to increase diversity in coaching and beyond, and we are honored to have their support,” Courtney Caroll Levinsohn, Founder of Women in Soccer, said in a release. “As a WIS founding partner, New Mexico United and the Somos Unidos Foundation will have the opportunity to promote their incredible work to a wider audience while continuing to be a supportive community to their employees and fans.”

Women in Soccer will have a virtual launch party Wedndesday and is offering free memberships to United fans. To sign up or for more information go to womeninsoccer.org.

Daniel Bruce, here battling Oklahoma City’s Kyle Hyland during a game in 2019, has signed to return for a third season with New Mexico United. Teammate Juan Guzman also has re-signed.
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