Brad Feldman and Jeff Causey recap the Revs' 2-1 win over D.C. United at Gillette Stadium.
The MLS 24 Under 24 list has been fully revealed over at MLSSoccer.com. Despite having three(!) players in the top 10 (Andrew Farrell #9, Juan Agudelo #6, Diego Fagundez #5), Revs fans do have a legitimate gripe when it comes to second-year midfielder Kelyn Rowe - who did not make the list at all - let alone finish in the top 10. Jeff Lemieux (as always) puts things into perspective:
— Jeff Lemieux (@jeff_lemieux) September 20, 2013
I think we can all agree that list or no list, this team's future is very, very bright.
MLSSoccer.com's "Armchair Analyst" Matt Doyle also thinks Rowe should have made the list:
Why he’s on my list: Same reason he’d be on everyone’s list if the votes were tallied now: he’s arguably been the league’s second-best attacking midfielder since the end of July. Once Jay Heaps moved Rowe central, he became a force.
So congrats to Andrew, Diego and Juan for making the list and just think - Kelyn Rowe has two more years of eligibility for this list. He'll be there next year.
On this week's State of the Revs, Abby Chin has her weekly chat with head coach Jay Heaps, plus a sit down with Revolution President Brian Bilello. Plus, Brad Feldman and Jeff Causey recap the Revs' controversial 3-2 loss to the Chicago Fire last Saturday.
"Since August 17, the second-year midfielder has scored five goals and added one assist, and has recorded at least one point in each game … the five-game point streak is tied for fourth longest in MLS this season … on the season, Rowe has seven goals and seven assists in 27 appearances."
Congrats, Kelyn, on being named to the MLS Team of the Week for week 29!
Members of the Revolution and Patriots helped build a playground at Prospect Hill Terrace in Waltham, Mass. on Tuesday, Sept. 17. Over 200 volunteers worked with KaBOOM! and UnitedHealthcare to make the playground build possible. All in all It was a great afternoon for an even greater cause! Check out some photos below, and we'll have a video recap of the day's events on Wednesday.
Kelyn Rowe contiuned his hot streak on Saturday night, scoring another sensational goal from distance against the Chicago Fire. Also, as you may know, Kelyn took over the team's Instagram account from Friday through Sunday, giving us a behind-the-scenes look of the Revs' trip to Chicago. Check out his photos below, and be sure to follow us on Instagram!
Brazil held a full team training session this afternoon at Gillette Stadium ahead of their huge friendly with rival Portugal on Tuesday night. Check out some photos from today's training session.
Brad Feldman and Jeff Causey recap the Revs' 4-2 loss to the Montreal Impact on Sunday night at Gillette Stadium.
We had a few changes to this week's predicitons on the Far Post Podcast, as Cathal and JWro were allowed to pick different scorers in light of Juan Agudelo's injury. Here's where we stand overall:
|NAME||PTS||REVS vs. IMPACT||GOAL SCORERS|
|Cathal||24||W, 2-0||Fagundez, Nguyen|
|Jeff||19||W, 2-0||Fagundez, Farrell|
|LaPan||18||W, 3-1||Fagundez, Davies, Rowe|
|JWro||17||W, 2-1||Fagundez, Rowe|
I think we'd all be happy with any of these results, but for complete selfish reasons I am pulling for Scott Caldwell to strike his first MLS goal and lead the Revs to victory!