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Tag Archives: Thierry Henry

MLS Eastern Conference Finals Preview – New England Revolution vs. New York Red Bulls

Posted on by Dan Holmes
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Boston versus New York. It’s a rivalry that goes back more than a century. The Patriots, Bruins and Red Sox carry the honor of their city into battle against the Jets, Rangers and Yankees. Its now time for the Revolution … Continue reading

MLS Quarterfinals Leg 1: The Good, The Bad and the Ugly

Posted on by Dan Holmes
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The first legs of the MLS Cup Quarterfinals are in the books and we finally got to see what teams really have to offer with their seasons on the line. Some stepped up while others crumbled. As is usually the … Continue reading

Top 7 Soccer Movies to Watch on YouTube [VIDEO]

Posted on by Chris Moore
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While there are plenty of great soccer-related movies out there, not all of them are free to view on YouTube. If you are at the office and have time to kill, or just want to watch a good soccer flick … Continue reading

The Pros To Signing More Players Like Morales Rather Than Beckham

Posted on by Richard Farley

What if, instead of trying to bring in another David Beckham, Major League Soccer signed more players like Javier Morales? It wasn’t a hypothetical, though it was rhetorical. I was among a group of reporters gathered after MLS Cup three … Continue reading

New York Red Bulls CONCACAF Champions League Attendance Highlights Problems

Posted on by Todd Simmons
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For all the international games played in New York this summer, it was nice to have one that actually counted toward something larger. All those World Cup preparation games, those friendlies that were meant to prepare teams for Brazil, or … Continue reading

Thierry Henry’s Impact On The Field Can’t Perform Miracles Off It

Posted on by Richard Farley
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If Thierry Henry’s about to say goodbye to Major League Soccer, he’s doing so on a high note. His stint is one that caps one of the most productive four-and-a-half year stretches in league history. True, extending his deal at … Continue reading

Bradley Wright-Philips And Thierry Henry Star For New York Red Bulls

Posted on by Todd Simmons
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Last night in front of a very select crowd of 17,891 fans, leading MLS goalscorer Bradley Wright-Phillips tied the New York Red Bulls and New York MetroStars record for goals in a single season. His 74th minute effort was provided … Continue reading

Fourth Place Is Not Enough For Arsenal

Posted on by Jack Flahavan
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In the 52nd minute at St. James’ Park, the inevitable happened. Arsenal scored. Not many would have banked on the rejuvenated Laurent Koscielny to break the deadlock in such a fine fashion, putting his team firmly in the driving seat … 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

Henry’s Magical Goal Takes Down the Crew

Posted on by Daniel Feuerstein

When you have seen a world class striker perform many times, either on television or in-person, you think you have seen that player do everything.  Then they score an amazing highlight reel goal that makes you scratch your head and … Continue reading

Weekend Results Tighten Eastern Conference Race

Posted on by Robert Hay

Injuries, an international break, and a bevy of good matches gave MLS fans a number of games to watch Friday and Saturday.  With the number of games to be played dwindling, every match-up takes on that much more importance, and … Continue reading

New Markets Are Challenging MLS Appeal For Europe’s Name Players

Posted on by Robert Hay

In the beginning, MLS was a little league that merited little notice internationally.  On occasion an all star went overseas and their previous career was noted by pundits, but MLS itself was paid little heed by the Sky Sports of … 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

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

Pontius Hat Trick Leads D.C. Past Red Bulls Shambolic Defending

Posted on by Daniel Feuerstein

Two hot teams met Sunday at R.F.K. Stadium, as New York headed down I-95 to the Nation’s Capitol to face D.C. United. The home team, buoyed by the blossoming of a fit Chris Pontius, struck early and often as they … Continue reading

The Meek Inheriting the League – Monday Morning Sweeper

Posted on by Robert Hay

Welcome to this week’s Monday Morning Sweeper, the new name for our weekly Monday column rehashing all of the action from this weekend in MLS.  If you remember last week’s column, we are trying to make this feature different and … Continue reading

Cooper Trade Speaks Volumes on Red Bulls Future

Posted on by Robert Hay

The most intriguing pick-up in the 2012 MLS Superdraft was the one not made in Kansas City.  The Portland Timbers traded forward Kenny Cooper to the New York Red Bulls for the team’s 2013 first round Superdraft pick and conditional … Continue reading

The Post Where We Limit Ourselves to 3 Questions About the NY Offseason

Posted on by Robert Hay

Poor New York Red Bulls. In a season when it was all supposed to come together (young stars! established DPs! weak conference! newish stadium!) it all fell apart.  New York struggled all season and barely made the playoffs, defeating a … Continue reading