Andrew Farrell, Matt Reis, A.J. Soares and Bobby Shuttleworth stepped behind the bar at Clery's in Boston on Thursday, August 22, with all tips going directly to the One Fund. All in all it was a great night - thanks to everyone who came out!
Note: Jeff Lemieux did finish his "Farrell's Cape Codder" and was merely having some fun at the expense of Andrew Farrell.
On this week's episode of CSNNE's "State of the Revs," host Abby Chin brings you highlights from the Revs' 2-0 win over Chicago, plus we take a trip to Newbury Street for "Sene and Jerry's," Andrew Farrell shows us some tricks, and Brad Feldman provides some statistical analysis.
It was a hot one at today's training session, the Revs' first full session since Saturday's win over Chicago. Check out some scenes from today's session below.
On Monday, August 19, Matt Reis held his third annual charity golf challenge at Butternut Farm Golf Club in Stow, Mass. All funds raised benefited Matt's father-in-law, John Odom, who was seriously injured in the Boston Marathon bombings on April 15. John was in attendance at the event, and was even able to take the ceremonial first swing to start off the day. Check out photos and a video recap below.
Brad Feldman and Jeff Causey recap the Revs' 2-0 win over Chicago for Comcast SportNet New England.
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.