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Tag Archives: New England Revolution

Jermaine Jones’ MLS Introduction Could Land New England Trophy Success

Posted on by Earl Reed
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When you think of the high-profile American internationals that have come home to Major League Soccer in the last two years, Jermaine Jones doesn’t quite fit the model. Clint Dempsey, Michael Bradley, Maurice Edu, Ricardo Clark, and Damarcus Beasley all … Continue reading

MLS ’13 – The End of the Western Conference’s Dominance

Posted on by Robert Hay

For the past three years, the gulf between the two MLS conferences has seemingly been as deep as the Grand Canyon.  In 2011 and 2012, the East’s representative in MLS Cup was Houston, a convert from the West.  The last … Continue reading

The Eliminated: Who Are You Rooting for in the Playoffs?

Posted on by Robert Hay

In MLS, 56% of teams made the playoffs this year, meaning your team had a pretty good chance to make at least the 4 v. 5 game of the playoffs (except you, Toronto fans, sorry).  Of course, at the end … Continue reading

Best Goal: Henry, Nguyen or Villareal?

Posted on by Robert Hay

Last night’s games certainly did not lack offense.  Excluding the Seattle friendly, eighteen goals were scored in the seven MLS games and only two teams (not coincidentally, both playing midday) failed to score a goal on Wednesday.  And anytime you … Continue reading

DC United Moves Into First With 3-2 Win Over Revs

Posted on by Robert Hay

For at least the next three weeks, a new team will be sitting in first place in the Eastern Conference, as DC United took down the New England Revolution 3-2 tonight at RFK Stadium.  The win moves DC a point … Continue reading

The 2012 MLS Season Preview Preview

Posted on by Robert Hay

Did you feel that?  That little shiver down your spine as you clicked on this story to read it.  Was it too much caffeine this morning?  Or was it the sense that the beginning of spring and the MLS season … Continue reading

Heaps of Trouble? Three Questions for NE Revolution

Posted on by Robert Hay

The New England Revolution are a team in transition this offseason.  Long-time coach Steve Nicol has been fired and replaced by a man familiar to Revs fans: former player Jay Heaps.  The new head man comes in at a time … Continue reading

Seattle Looks Sound: Week 29 Review

Posted on by Robert Hay

Houston Dynamo 1 – Chicago Fire 1 (Clark 33′, Oduro 43′) With the way the results in the Eastern Conference shook out this weekend, not getting the full three points was a major blow for Chicago, who see their playoff … Continue reading

Hurricane Irene Causing Shifts in MLS Schedule

Posted on by Robert Hay

UPDATE: The DC United-Portland Timbers match has been postponed; a make-up date will be announced next week. The expected landfall of Hurricane Irene has caused MLS and other major professional sports teams to shift their schedules in anticipation of dramatic … Continue reading

The Hot Seat is on for These Coaches

Posted on by Robert Hay

Seven or eight games into the season and teams begin to take a hard look at their position at the table.  It’s still too early to declare teams out of the race especially with a 34 game schedule, but the … Continue reading

The Week in Review: April 25-29, 2011

Posted on by Robert Hay

Quite possibly this has been one of the darkest weeks in MLS in a long time.  David Ferreira is gone for a while, Steve Zakuani’s situation is even worse, the league handed out the longest suspension in its history, Seattle … Continue reading

Week in Review April 18-22, 2011

Posted on by Robert Hay

For your viewing pleasure, above is the video of Juan Agudelo scoring the goal of the year so far in Major League Soccer. Every time there is a story or interview saying Americans should temper their enthusiasm for him and … Continue reading

Welcome to MLS Benny Feilhaber!

Posted on by Robert Hay

Deadline deals are some of the most exciting in sports, and this one looks to be no different.  MLS announced today that Benny Feilhaber, most recently of AGF Aarhus, agreed to a contract with the league late Friday night and … Continue reading

Week in Review April 4-8, 2011

Posted on by Robert Hay

Our week of action has already kicked off with the, ahem, controversial draw between New England and Vancouver.  But there is a full slate of intriguing games this weekend, so please vote in the poll at the end of this … Continue reading

MLS is a Joke Unless it Addresses Toledo

Posted on by Robert Hay

MLS has a major problem with Toledo.  No, not the city in Ohio but the referee Baldomero Toledo.  The MLS midweek game last night was excellent – it had drama, a touch of irony, and a late goal leading to … Continue reading

Week in Review, March 21-25 2011

Posted on by Robert Hay

After the shine of the first weekend has worn off, MLS gets into the grind with some of its biggest names missing for international duty.  Some teams have a second chance to show they’ve improved, while some have another chance … Continue reading

MLS ’11 Preview – Can New England Reclaim the Glory?

Posted on by Robert Hay

Team: New England Revolution Coach: Steve Nicol Last Year’s Finish: 9-5-16, 32 points.  Eastern Conference: 6th The big news this offseason was the recent arrest and suspension of Shalrie Joseph and Kevin Alston.  While the situation is still under investigation, … Continue reading