Tag "MLS"

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 Remain in Playoff Hunt After 0-0 Draw with Atlanta United

The New England Revolution were unable to find a breakthrough against Atlanta United Saturday night despite their late offensive onslaught. The two played to a 0-0 draw. While the Revolution will be frustrated that they only got one point from

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10-Men Revolution Lose 6-1 to Orlando Amid VAR Controversy

The New England Revolution fell 6-1 to Orlando City after being forced to play 79 minutes with 10 men when Xavier Kouassi was sent off by a video review. After this defeat, the Revolution remained the only MLS team without

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Diego Fagundez Cracks MLS’ “24 Under 24”

Diego Fagundez is the 24th best player in the MLS under the age of 24, according to MLS.com. The MLS released the first four members of their top 24 under 24 list on Monday, a list that features the top

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Late Push Helps Revs Edge Toronto FC 2-1

The post Jay Heaps era of the New England Revolution got off to a great start as they beat the top team in the Eastern Conference, Toronto FC 2-1, Saturday. Slow start Both teams came out of the gate slow

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Revolution Fire Manager Jay Heaps

Jay Heaps has been fired by the New England Revolution after six seasons at the helm of the club. After many reports surfaced last night, ownership confirmed his departure early this morning with this announcement: “As a club, we made

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10-Men Revolution Fall 3-1 to Sporting KC

With Saturday’s 3-1 loss to Sporting Kansas City, the New England Revolution have now officially gone a calendar year without a win on the road. The odds were stacked against the Revolution as they went into this game without three

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Road Woes Continue as 9-Men Revolution Thrashed 7-0 by Atlanta United

The Revolution’s first ever meeting with new expansion team Atlanta United ended in 7-0 humiliation, equaling the record for worst MLS defeat. Bad start It only took Atlanta 72 seconds to get on the score sheet, as Miguel Almirón split Antonio

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Can the Revolution Still Make the Playoffs?

While the New England Revolution have not officially been eliminated from the MLS Cup Playoffs, it looks likely that they will miss out for a second straight year. The Revolution are only two places and four points out of the

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Revolution Continue Away Woes with 1-0 Loss to D.C. United

The New England Revolution are now 0-10-3 in away games this season.

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