New England Revolution
“I wanted to be part of creating something that’s going to be great. I want to be thought of as part of a core we have here that’s pushing to be that next team like Kansas City, a tough team that’s been together. “I wanted to be a major contributor, and so far we’ve been doing well.” - Andrew Farrell
Check out Brian Straus' piece on Revolution defender Andrew Farrell on SI.com.
Dan Haiek and Armchair Analyst Matt Doyle preview the early Saturday match between Toronto FC and the New England Revolution. Will it be a tactical chess match? Can Lee Nguyen get the better of Michael Bradley? Find out Saturday at 1pm ET on TSN2 in Canada and MLS Live in the USA. Watch on MLSSoccer.com.
In this segment from the season premiere of CSNNE's "State of the Revs," Lee Nguyen talks host Dalen Cuff through his thought process while shooting a PK.
We had a little fun with Sporting KC's Soony Saad, after an interesting/confusing tweet appeared in his feed. Did he really think he was in New York? Was he just trolling the whole internet? We may never know.
Dan Haiek and Armchair Analyst Matt Doyle preview the Saturday night Eastern Conference battle between the New England Revolution and Sporting KC. Does the New England attack have any chance against Sporting's stingy defense? Will Dom Dwyer stay hot?
The guys call this one a "bad matchup" for the Revs. Agree? Disagree?
In this latest edition of MLS GENERATIONS, Revolution defender Andrew Farrell and the Crew's Wil Trapp are ready to emerge as big time players in MLS. The Generation series continues all this week with the stories of MLS' top young players in their own words. Click here to watch on MLSSoccer.com.
Dan Haiek and Armchair Analyst Matt Doyle preview the Saturday afternoon match between the Chicago Fire and the New England Revolution. Can the Fire neutralize Lee Nguyen and Daigo Kobayashi? Will Quincy Amarikwa continue his strong start to the season? Find out Saturday at 4pm ET on MLS Live. Watch on MLSSoccer.com.
If you felt a sudden sense of déjà vu when Kevin Alston scored his very first MLS goal this past Saturday against Houston, it is with good reason. Head coach Jay Heaps revealed in an interview this week that he had shown the team video of a play in the March 30, 2013 matchup against FC Dallas at Gillette Stadium that very closely resembles Alston's goal (same shot angle, same spot and almost to the minute) in which Alston scored this past Saturday.
Check out the GIFs below. Second time's a charm!
Revolution vs. FC Dallas - March 30, 2013 (68th minute)
Revolution vs. Houston Dynamo - April 12, 2014 (68th minute)