Tag "Juan Agudelo"

Late Comeback Falls Short Against Montreal

The New England Revolution’s late second-half comeback was not enough to overcome earlier costly mistakes as the Montreal Impact claimed the game 4-2. After a great start to the game thanks to a strong press, the Revolution went behind just

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3 Revolution Players Called up to USMNT January Camp

Forward Juan Agudelo, midfielder Kelyn Rowe, and goalkeeper Cody Cropper of the New England Revolution were all called up to the USMNT January training camp, the club announced Monday. The three Revolution players will participate in the national team’s annual

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Revolution Report Cards: Attackers

In the first installment of Revolution Report Cards, Prime Time Sports Talks Lead Revolution writer Kyle Bray will be giving grades to the New England Revolution’s attackers. Kei Kamara- B+ Kei Kamara may have one Attacker of the Year, but

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Revolution’s Agudelo, Delamea, Herivaux and Watson Make National Teams

Four New England Revolution players have been called up to play for the respective nations during the upcoming international break. Juan Agudelo and Antonio Delamea will be joining the United States and Slovenia respectively for their upcoming World Cup Qualifiers,

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Revolution Drop to Ninth in East With Columbus Crew Staring Them Down

The Revolution played the reigning MLS Champions Seattle Sounders to a 3-3 draw last Saturday on the road, but continue to have trouble closing out games. How it went down New England started the game with a bit of a

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Revolution Have Hands Full Tonight Against Seattle Sounders

The New England Revolution drew 2-2 against D.C. United last Saturday in Foxborough after playing three games in a span of eight days. The action all went down in the first half of this fixture as Lee Nguyen opened the

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Revolution Look to Rise Tonight Versus D.C. United 

Seven games into the 2017 campaign, the New England Revolution sit in eighth place in the Eastern Conference with a record of 2-3-2, five points out of first. It was a tough start to the season for the Revolution as

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