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Archives: New York Red Bulls

Could Xavi Be The Next Star to Join MLS After Michael Bradley and Jermain Defoe Signings?

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer
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Xavi is considering a move to Major League Soccer after the end of this season, according to several press reports in Europe. The Barcelona midfield star hasn’t addressed the possibility of moving to MLS, but he has said that “Being … Continue reading

Has the Curse Of Caricola Reared Its Head For New York Red Bulls?

Posted on by Kristan Heneage
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Myth, legend — it all ties into the tapestry of sport with a fluid ease. In baseball, it was Steve Bartman who famously endeared himself to Marlins fans while enraging his fellow Cubs fans by “Catching Hell” (as ESPN 30 … Continue reading

What Does the New York Red Bulls Accomplishment Mean for American Soccer?

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer
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The New York Red Bulls beat Chicago 5-2 on Sunday to win the MLS’ Supporters Shield, the first major trophy in the history of the club. At MLS HQ the relief must have been immeasurable. For much of MLS’ existence … Continue reading

Thierry Henry’s Most Memorable New York Red Bulls Moments Captured in a Flipbook [VIDEO]

Posted on by Christopher Harris
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With 400 goals to his name, experience Thierry’s brilliance through the mixed lenses of video, hand drawn flipbook art, and motion graphic animation with this brilliantly-produced video that captures his memorable moments for New York Red Bulls. According to the … Continue reading

New York Red Bulls and New York Cosmos Both On The Verge Of Clinching Silverware

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer
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New York area soccer fans haven’t had much to cheer about recently. But all that could change this weekend as both of the area’s active professional soccer teams could claim silverware. The New York Red Bulls, long a laughing stock … Continue reading

Sporting Kansas City 2-3 New York Red Bulls: Match Highlights [VIDEO]

Posted on by Alex Muller
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The New York Red Bulls played Sporting Kansas City Saturday night in a battle for supremacy at the top of the Eastern Conference. In front of a sold-out crowd of 21,304 at Sporting Park, the New York Red Bulls won the … Continue reading

Henry’s Winner Earns Petke’s Red Bulls First Win

Posted on by Daniel Feuerstein

“Desperation.” “Must have it.” “Need to keep our confidence high.” “Must win game.” These are the adjectives that were thrown at the New York Red Bulls as they started with two draws and two losses this season. But there was … Continue reading

Roy Miller’s Explanation A Lesson In Selfishness

Posted on by Daniel Feuerstein

So after discussing and writing an article about the mishaps and the brain farts of Costa Rican International Left Back Roy Miller, you figured that would be the end of his buffoonery and we can move on to the home … Continue reading

Another Mental Lapse Costs Red Bulls Against San Jose

Posted on by Daniel Feuerstein

It couldn’t have happened again, could it? The Red Bulls with a solid first half and leading this time by a goal at Buck Shaw Stadium with a performance that was just adequate to get the full three points and … Continue reading

Red Bulls’ Olave Struggles As Timbers Salvage 3-3 Draw

Posted on by Daniel Feuerstein

It was a late afternoon start over at Jeld-Wen Field in Portland, Oregon, and it was the debut for two young coaches on both benches. One was promoted while the other was making his professional debut. But as we witnessed … Continue reading

Local Legend Petke Gets Shot To Lead Red Bull

Posted on by Daniel Feuerstein

After their playoff loss to DC United, the New York Red Bulls fired Hans Backe as their head coach and created a search for a new man to run the side. After all the rumors of Gary McAllister, Paulo Souza, … Continue reading

Late DeLeon Winner Ends Red Bulls’ Season

Posted on by Daniel Feuerstein

Once again a terminology creeps up on this club that is one of founding sides of this league. It continues to haunt the diehard fans every single time the playoffs have arrived, and with every second leg exit it persists. It’s … Continue reading

New York and DC Driven By Own Goals to 1-1 Draw

Posted on by Robert Hay

A night after Real Salt Lake and Seattle played a tactically entertaining game that ended in a goalless draw, DC United and New York opened the formal Eastern Conference playoffs with a sloppier but as engaging one-all draw at RFK. … Continue reading

Red Bulls Dominate Philadelphia 3-0, Cruise Into Playoffs

Posted on by Earl Reed

While much of the I-95 Corridor was preparing for a likely natural disaster, the New York Red Bulls put the finishing touches on the disaster known as the 2012 Philadelphia Union season. New York rode two tallies by Kenny Cooper … Continue reading

Red Bull Watch Party In Hoboken A Great Time For All

Posted on by Daniel Feuerstein

While Robert Hay was present at RFK Stadium in our Nation’s capital to view the big clash between DC United and the New York Red Bulls, I was attending a fabulous watch party held by the Red Bulls in Hoboken, … Continue reading

DeRo and Draw Dominate Definitive Atlantic Cup Duel

Posted on by Robert Hay

An Atlantic Cup match is always a show. The dueling cheering sections always cheer a little louder, the players are a bit more physical, and the soccer world is reminded that league rivalries can be just as fierce on the … Continue reading

New York Steals 1-1 Draw In KC Thanks To Kamara Own Goal

Posted on by Daniel Feuerstein

This was billed as the big match up in the Eastern Conference as number one Sporting KC and number two New York Red Bulls were ready to do battle in the Midwest, as the first round of three was at … Continue reading

A Deeper Look At Anno’s Call On Tim Cahill’s Goal

Posted on by Daniel Feuerstein

Whenever we write our reports on a league or a National Team match, the number one thing we don’t want to make any mention of is the performance of the referee. Yet no matter how much we try not to … Continue reading