Archives: Red Bull New York

Coaching Rumors Bizzare and Unrealistic

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

Steven Cohen of World Soccer Daily seems convinced that Steve McClaren is going to be next manager of the Los Angeles Galaxy. Why would McClaren who has the England job, albeit tenuously and managed Middlesbrough be interested in a second … Continue reading

Arena’s Demise Long in the Making

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

Bruce Arena is the only American born coach to reach legendary status. In spite of his many detractors, he is by far the most accomplished manager our nation has ever produced. However since 2003 when the US flamed out of … Continue reading

Arena’s Demise Long in the Making

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

Bruce Arena is the only American born coach to reach legendary status. In spite of his many detractors, he is by far the most accomplished manager our nation has ever produced. However since 2003 when the US flamed out of … Continue reading

Arena’s Tenure with RBNY Ends

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

Bruce Arena has been relieved of his duties as Red Bull NY Manager by mutual consent. I’ll try and get more information about this breaking story and accordingly Episode 32 of the MLS Talk podcast scheduled to be released this … Continue reading

Arena Leaves Red Bulls by Mutual Consent

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

In a shocking move, former DC United and US National Team Manager Bruce Arena has left Red Bull NY “by mutual consent. ” Stay tuned to the site for more details.

Red Bull-Galaxy Live Blog

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

Jonathan Starling keeps us posted: Pre-Match Thoughts: Well the big matches continue for LA and the big conundrum is will David Beckham get on the pitch? Do you want to mess with the confidence of this side right now by … Continue reading

Photos from the David Beckham Road Show

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Slowly but surely, soccer fever is sweeping across the United States all due in part to David Beckham, which has put the sport on the map in this media hungry country. Whether Beckham’s arrival will be good or bad for … Continue reading

Instant Impact From Angel

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

Juan Pablo Angel was a somewhat controversial “Beckham Rule” signing. Despite having several good seasons at Villa Park he found himself surplus to the requirements after the January transfer window. Angel did score seven cup and league goals this past … Continue reading

Cisse “It’s a bit early to go to New York.”

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

The signings of David Beckham and Juan Pablo Angel were supposed to change the image of MLS in Europe. To put it quite frankly, they have not. Robbie Fowler has discounted a move to MLS preferring a potential move to … Continue reading