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30 June 9:48 am

Postgame reaction from Brad Feldman and Jeff Causey from CSNNE.com

20 June 12:00 pm

Twitter voting has opened for the 2013 MLS All-Star Game in Kansas City.

Here are the rules:

  • Voting is open until from 12 p.m. ET Thursday, June 20 to 11:59 p.m. ET Friday, June 21, 2013 (ONLY 36 Hours!)
  • An eligible vote consists of #MLSAllStar AND the player's full name (first and last required) with or without a space OR their twitter handle.
  • A user may vote for multiple players in a tweet; however, a user may not vote for a single player multiple times within one tweet. (see examples below)
  • There is no limit to the number of tweets a user may submit for any one player.
  • Each twitter vote counts equal to one text vote, or one online vote.

Tweet your vote NOW for ALL Six players in one Tweet

Tweet your vote for
Diego Fagundez

Tweet your vote for
Andrew Farrell

Tweet your vote for
Jose Goncalves

Tweet your vote for
Lee Nguyen

Tweet your vote for
Kelyn Rowe

Tweet your vote for
Bobby Shuttleworth

EXAMPLES:

14 June 9:58 pm

A.J. Soares and U.S. Women's National Team star (and college friend) Alex Morgan rehash their college days in this ussoccer.com video.

08 June 11:19 pm

Brad Feldman and Jeff Causey break down the Revs' 0-0 draw with D.C. United, which ran the Revs' shutout streak to four consecutive games.

03 June 5:03 pm

Revolution Head Coach and former defender Jay Heaps will be inducted into the Duke Athletics Hall of Fame on Friday, October 11 of this year.

From GoDuke.com:

Heaps, a native of Longmeadow, Mass., earned National Player of the Year honors from the Missouri Athletic Club in 1998 as a member of Duke’s soccer team.  A two-time All-America, four-time All-ACC and four-time All-ACC Tournament selection, he helped the Blue Devils to a four-year record of 61-23-1 by totaling 127 career points on 45 goals and 37 assists.  Also a four-year member of Duke’s basketball team, Heaps was named second team Academic All-America and was honored as the Scholar Athlete of the Year by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America in 1998.  He went on to an 11-year playing career in Major League Soccer, garnering the Rookie of the Year citation in 1999 and at the time of his retirement, ranked among the league’s all-time leaders in matches played (3rd; 314), minutes played (3rd; 27,363) and matches started (4th; 299).  On November 15, 2011, Heaps was named the head coach of the New England Revolution.

Congrats, Jay!

Photo: GoDuke.com

26 May 8:29 am

Brad Feldman and Jeff Causey recap the Revs' huge 2-0 win over Toronto FC and the continue hot play of Diego Fagundez.

24 May 9:03 pm

It's official: Juan Agudelo has scored his first goal as a member of the New England Revolution. MLS has made an official scoring change on the 84th minute goal for the Revolution against the Houston Dynamo last Saturday, and has awared the goal to Agudelo. Here's Juan's reaction via twitter:

Watch the goal below:

24 May 4:13 pm

The Revolution held its second-annual media game on Wednesday, May 22 on the Gillette Stadium field. Members of the local media participated in several small-sided matches against each other, with Revolution players serving as coaches, and Revolution coaches serving as referees. As you can imagine, head coach, er, referee Jay Heaps was pretty heavy-handed with the cards. Rumor has it Jeff Lemieux was red carded for missing an open net!

All in all it was a great time for everyone. Here are some photos from the event, with video to follow soon.

23 May 1:29 pm

Revolution supporters group The Rebellion have created a limited edition Boston Marathon scarf that you can pre-order here - with all proceeds going directly to the recovery of Revolution goalkeeper Matt Reis' father-in-law, John Odom, who was seriously injured in the bombings on April 15.

From nerebellion.org:

The Revolution community has been touched personally by the events. As you all know by now, Matt Reis’ father-in-law John Odom was seriously injured during the bombing and is still in serious condition. You can follow his progress as he recovers here at the John Odom Support Page – Boston Marathon Bombing Victim.

John’s family has also created a recovery fund for him where you can see up to date information and donate at John Odom Recovery Fund

As we reach the one month anniversary of this tragic event, the Rebellion has create a special scarf as a remembrance to all those affected by the Boston Marathon bombings. 100% of the proceeds of the scarf will be donated to the John Odom Recovery Fund.  We will only be selling a limited number of scarves; first come first serve.

Pre-order and get more details here.