The #IceBucketChallenge to #StrikeoutALS has taken the internet by storm these last few weeks. The challenge hits particularly close to home as Pete Frates, the man behind the challenge, is a Beverly, MA native. To show their support, members of the New England Revolution community have taken their turn at the #IceBucketChallenge.
Head Coach Jay Heaps took the challenge and then pushed it on to some old friends:
— NE Revolution (@NERevolution) August 8, 2014
— Brian Bilello (@RevsPrez) August 8, 2014
Cathal Conlon challenged his friends on the Far Post Podcast. Jeff Lemieux was MIA, but Ron Bower, Jason Dalrymple, and Jeff Wroblewski accepted the challenge:
— The Far Post Podcast (@FarPostPodcast) August 9, 2014
Brad Feldman and Paul Mariner recap the Revs' 2-1 loss at the hands of the New York Red Bulls on Aug 2.
In case you missed last night's Revolution Postgame Show on Comcast SportsNet, you can check out some clips from the show below.
Breaking down Revolution’s 3-0 win (Brad Feldman, Paul Mariner and Dalen Duff)
Heaps: ‘We fought for each other’
Davies: ‘We knew if we scored 1st, we’d get the win’
During warmups this Saturday, you'll hear these songs blaring over the Gillette Stadium speakers - courtesy of Charlie Davies.
Nick Firchau and Armchair Analyst Matt Doyle preview the Saturday evening match between the New England Revolution and Columbus Crew. Watch it on CSNNE kicking off at 7:30 p.m. ET.
Revs players Kelyn Rowe and Charlie Davies recently joined NESN's Dining Playbook.
Charlie Davies shared five local restaurants he likes to frequent. Need a new place? One of these may be right up your alley!
A wiz on the field, Kelyn Rowe's also an expert in the kitchen. Watch as he shows how to make his salmon salad.
Darrius Barnes joined SportsNet Central to discuss how the success of the World Cup will affect MLS. Hear what Darrius had to say below.
Miss the brand new Revolution Postgame show on CSNNE? Here's a few clips from the show:
Brad Feldman and Paul Mariner give their thoughts on the match
A.J. Soares says the Revs must stick together to break out of this slump
Jay Heaps says the Revs "have to be better"