Archives: New England Revolution

Another Game Winner For McInerney, Union Defeat Revs 1-0

Posted on by Earl Reed

If the Philadelphia Union want to return to being in the 2013 Eastern Conference playoff picture, it figures that the partnership of Jack McInerney and Sebastien Le Toux needs to blossom. On Saturday evening in the Delaware Valley, that tandem … Continue reading

Columbus 4:3 New England – Here Comes The Crew

Posted on by Earl Reed

A couple months ago, you might have circled a Columbus Crew match on your schedule as one that you might want to avoid. Jairo Arrieta and Federico Higuain should make you think otherwise. Each of these two recent acquisitions for … 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

Red Bulls Massive Three Points Came At A Price

Posted on by Daniel Feuerstein

There was celebration at Red Bull Arena and there was horror at the same time. Both pointed towards Thierry Henry, as his goal was the lone tally of the match. The Red Bulls got on the board first in the … Continue reading

MLS Preview ’12 – New England Revolution

Posted on by Abram Chamberlain

    Team: New England Revolution Head Coach: Jay Heaps 2011 Record: 5-16-13 28 Points, 9th in the East, 17th Overall Hashtag: #Revs (despite what people in Cardiff claim) As a team that at one point was at the pinnacle of MLS, the New England Revolution … 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

Interview With Steve Nicol, New England Revolution Coach

Posted on by Alexander Fairchild

Steve Nicol, Liverpool legend and manager of MLS’s New England Revolution, was the most versatile footballer of the 1980s. In his time at Liverpool, the Scotland international played 343 times and scored 36 of his career 38 goals at the … Continue reading

New England 2-2 New York Red Bulls: Yet Another Draw

Posted on by Daniel Feuerstein

Hans Backe said that last week’s home draw was a step in the right direction. Well after a good week of training at Montclair State University, you would think that this would be the case. A trip to a house … Continue reading

Revs Continue DC Home Woes, Win 1-0

Posted on by Robert Hay

DC United’s poor home form continued as New England snapped a nine match winless streak and shocked DC 1-0 in front of Sunil Gulati and 15,000 plus at RFK. Matt Reis made six saves and kept New England in the … Continue reading

Free Speech and the MLS Fan: The Revolution’s Situation

Posted on by Robert Hay

As MLS fans, we often fail to realize how lucky we are that our clubs offer us a wide variety of fan experiences.  If we are attending a game with a soccer newcomer or our kids, we can sit in … Continue reading