This week on CSNNE's "State of the Revs," Charlie Davies explains what he hopes to bring to the team as they make the push for the playoffs, Abby Chin speaks with Jay Heaps about the red cards issued to his team against Sporting KC and Brad Feldman breaks down the elements of the game that failed the Revolution on Saturday night. Click here to watch or watch below.
Brad Feldman and Jeff Causey recap the Revs' 3-0 loss at Kansas City on Saturday.
On this week's episode of State of the Revs, Brad Feldman breaks down the Revs' loss to Toronto FC, Jay Heaps touches on Clint Dempsey's return to MLS and looks ahead to this Saturday's matchup against Sporting KC. Also, Jessica Camerato interviews Kevin Alston and Darrius Barnes.
From being woken up at his parents’ house in Leominster, Mass, on Friday morning, July 5, to the postgame fireworks celebration at Gillette Stadium following Saturday night’s win, the “MLS 36” cameras followed Fagundez as he and his family got ready for the San Jose match.
Brad Feldman and Jeff Causey bring you the highlights and a quick recap of Sunday night's 1-0 loss to Toronto FC.
This feature from MLS Insider Episode 6 takes a look at the MLS Academies with Diego Fagundez, Scott Caldwell and Juan Agudelo.
Things get heated on this week's show, and Cathal is (of course) at the center of it. We also talk Royal baby (ugh), the brilliance of Jay Heaps' lineup against Columbus, and we're back at it with predictions and social media. Presented by Papa Gino's (not that other "Papa" place the Crew uses!)
Speaking of Papa Gino's - here's the Slyde/Slice photo I mentioned:
— The Far Post Podcast (@FarPostPodcast) July 24, 2013
Quick shout out to Revolution Season Ticket Holder Thomas Offen (@moleculeboy) for taking home top honors in MLSSoccer.com's "Vine Challege" during Supporter's week. Check out the Vine below, and read the full story on MLSSoccer.com.
— Thomas Offen (@moleculeboy) July 7, 2013
Brad Feldman and Jeff Causey break down the Revs' 2-0 win over Columbus.
Jose Goncalves scored his first goal as a member of the Revolution in dramatic fashion, leading the Revs to a 2-0 victory in Columbus - a place the team hadn't posted a victory at since 2009. Needless to say, the captain was more than happy to score this one.