Category: Red Bull New York

Nielsen The Brick Wall Holds Red Bulls To Scoreless Draw

Nielsen, from 96.5 The On a cool and clear evening in the Northeast, the two most talented sides in the Eastern Conference were facing each other. One was trying to climb the standings, while the other wanting to clinch home field advantage throughout the Eastern Conference Playoffs. Tonight was the final regular season home match for the New York Red Bulls at Red Bull Arena, and if you thought a scoreless draw was boring you needed to watch what was going on at Harrison, NJ. From the first minute till the last the Red Bulls had plenty of chances ... Read more

MacDonald Burns The Red Bulls With A Brace

MacDonald, from his West Bromwich days. On a fantastic Saturday Afternoon at Red Bull Arena, with beautiful, mild weather in the forecast, over 21,000 in attendance came expecting to see the Red Bulls make another win at their fortress. But for a second time this season, the Chicago Fire came to Red Bull Arena wanting to make a statement after they were embarrassed at home mid-week by the Philadelphia Union. Second place was on the line and the Fire burned the Red Bulls where it mattered. Sherjill MacDonald came up big when he had to, and he punished New York with ... Read more

Henry Becomes Helper In New York’s 4-1 Win over Toronto F.C.

What more can you say about a fantastic and special footballer like Thierry Henry. We can all talk about him like he is one of the gods of this great sport and he can still dazzle you with plays that at times might mean little or a lot. His goals are works of art and he paints a fantastic picture on the pitch. But as we have marveled over him with the golazo’s against the Chicago Fire and the Olimpico Goal against the Columbus Crew, Henry can still pass the ball and force opponents to forget about other on the ... Read more

Sporting KC Takes Out Lackluster Red Bulls

Kamara, from MidwestSportsFans.Com For the last several games the New York Red Bulls have been conceding early goals within the first fifteen minutes of the match, and many have been wondering when going down early would finally start costing them three points at home. But whenever that has happened recently the Red Bulls have always found something to get on the scoreboard and take the full three points at home. The win at home on Saturday against the Columbus Crew is one example and the time the Portland Timbers took a two goal early in that first half, the Red ... Read more

Sigurdsson Steals Show As Tottenham Downs Red Bulls

It was a good evening of football at Red Bull Arena as Tottenham Hotspur was finishing off their pre-season American tour against the New York Red Bulls. But for those in attendance they wanted to see the new acquisition in former Everton midfielder Tim Cahill. You saw him quickly show why he was so sought after as 3rd designated player and how well he worked behind the strikers. He gave Spurs all they could handle in the first half, but in the 7th minute he was taken down in the area by Jan Vertonghen and the ref quickly pointed to ... Read more

Cahill’s Grand Introduction

When the shock and awe hit a week ago of the news that Tim Cahill was leaving Everton of the English Premier League for the New York Red Bulls of Major League Soccer, no one thought a player of that caliber was even on the list of possible transfers. But now that all the necessary paperwork has been processed, and the I’s are dotted and the T crossed, Tim Cahill entered Red Bull Arena with Head Coach Hans Backe and showed his enthusiasm as he met the New York City Media, English media and a member of the Australian press. “I ... Read more

It’s Official: Tim Cahill To The Red Bulls

  Cahill as a Toffee The New York Red Bulls on Thursday announced they have finalized a deal to bring Australian international Tim Cahill to the club.  As the silly season of the summer transfer window in Major League Soccer nearly comes to an end, the needs for some of the clubs looks to have been met. After many days and different predictions of who will be gracing the pitch at Red Bull Arena, the needs for the Red Bulls to strengthen their attack from the midfield has finally come through. The Red Bulls acquired Australian International and former Everton midfielder ... Read more

Cooper’s Brace Downs The Union

  Cooper Continues His Renaissance With New York On a lovely Saturday afternoon with less heat and less humidity the Red Bulls were about to finish up a three game home stand within seven days as they hosted the Philadelphia Union. Even thought this matchup has been around for nearly three full seasons, the Red Bulls have been dominating at home against this Eastern Pennsylvania team. Kenny Cooper, who has been on a goal-less drought for two months, finally broke the jinx by putting in two goals against the Union and he did so with his head. The first one ... Read more