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LAFC signs Daniel Crisostomo and Abraham Romero

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Los Angeles Football Club transfer business continues as midfielder Daniel Crisostomo and goalkeeper Abraham Romero are new LAFC players. 

 

Crisostomo returns to LAFC, this time signing a one-year deal with former Las Vegas Lights teammate Romero, who also signed a one-year contract.

 

Last year while playing for Las Vegas Lights, he was on loan to LAFC for four days and returned to Nevada. The 26-year-old made 49 starts for Las Vegas Lights from 2021/22, scoring three goals and providing seven assists and playing 4,357 minutes. 

 

Crisostomo first joined LAFC on a one-year contract on August 4, 2021, and made ten appearances. He made his MLS debut in the 81st minute replacing Latif Blessing against Atlanta United at Mercedes Stadium on August 15, 2022. 

 

Before joining the Las Vegas Lights, he played for Orange County FC, made 50 appearances (24 starts), and scored one goal during the 2019 and 2020 seasons. Before signing with Orange County FC, Crisostomo starred at UC Irvine, starting in 54 of his 74 appearances between 2015-2018.

 

Meanwhile, Abraham Romero, born in Pasadena, spent three seasons in the USL seasons where he made over 50 appearances for LA Galaxy and Las Vegas Lights. Romero spent his USL Championship career with LA Galaxy 2 in the 2019 and 2020 seasons, where he made 19 appearances. In 2022, the 24-year-old played for Orange County FC, making nine appearances for the club. 

 

In 2016, the goalkeeper joined Liga MX side Pachuca as part of the U-20 then he joined the first team during the Copa MX 2017/18 and 2018/19 Apertura and Clausura seasons. Romero was available for selection for Mexico during the 2017 FIFA Club World Cup In the United Arab Emirates. 

 

Not only Romero played in clubs, but he also represented Mexico from U-17 through U-22 levels, making a total of 14 appearances all cross levels. He was part of Mexico’s squad in the 2015 FIFA U-17 World Cup in Chile, making an overall of 7 appearances. Romero was also part of the 2017 FIFA World Cup In South Korea, making five starts. 

 

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