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Revolution Look to Climb Table Against Orlando

The New England Revolution have been unstoppable as of late, winning four of their last five games. Their last match was a 2-0 victory against FC Cincinnati, who beat them during their period of struggle at the beginning of the

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Tierney Retires After 11 Seasons With Revolution

Veteran New England Revolution defender Chris Tierney retired from the MLS this past week. Tierney is the longest-tenured outfield player for the Revolution in history, with 11 seasons spent at the team. The defender finished his career at 32-years-old, ranked

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Bray: Friedel Hiring a Major Step Backwards

In the 2017 season review, I reflected on how this offseason would be a defining moment for the club’s history and that this managerial appointment needed to be a strong one if the New England Revolution wanted to compete in

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Revolution Hire Brad Friedel as Manager

The New England Revolution today announced that Brad Friedel will be their new manager, taking over for interim manager Tom Soehn. Friedel will be the seventh manager in Revolution history, after former manager Jay Heaps was fired in September. This

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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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Prime Time’s Picks: Revolution 2017 Season Awards

It was a season of mixed results for the New England Revolution – but one they were able to cap with their first road win in over a year. Prime Time Sports Talk’s lead New England Revolution writer Kyle Bray

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Revolution Cap Season in Style With First Road Win of 2017

The New England Revolution claimed their first MLS road win of the season on the final day in dramatic fashion, beating the Montreal Impact 3-2. As the game went into the 90th minute, with the Revolution up 2-1, Montreal found

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Fagundez Brace Lifts Revolution to 2-1 Win in Home Finale

The New England Revolution topped NYCFC in their home finale 2-1 thanks to a Diego Fagundez brace and a Jack Harrison red card. The defining moment of Sunday’s game came in the 26th minute, when NYCFC’s Harrison was sent off

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Revolution Meet With Former Argentina Manager

The New England Revolution met with former Argentina National team manager Daniel Passarella and discussed their vacant coaching job, according to Passarella’s agent. Revolution blog The Bent Musket  reported that Passarella and his agent Matias Lipman met with General Manager Michael Burns for what

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Revolution Denied Spot in Postseason

The New England Revolution were mathematically from the MLS playoffs after the New York Red Bulls defeated the Vancouver White Caps 3-0 Saturday night. Goals from Daniel Royer, Bradley Wright-Phillips, and Felipe lifted the Red Bulls over Vancouver and into the MLS Playoffs.

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