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20 September 2:17 pm

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:

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.

Read Matt's full piece here.

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.

18 September 9:26 am

Kelyn Rowe is turning heads across the league with his recent hot streak. From this week's Weeky Update:

"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!

06 September 4:00 pm

Kevin Alston, Darrius Barnes, Stephen McCarthy and Lee Nguyen all stepped behind the bar for charity on Thursday, Sept. 5 at RiRa in Providence. All proceeds from the night went to the St. Baldrick's Foundation. Great job guys, and thanks to everyone who came!

27 August 2:57 pm

On this week's Far Post Podcast, we look back at the Revs dominant 5-1 win over Eastern Conference rival Philadelphia. We also discuss Kelyn Rowe being picked as MLS Player of the week and much more!

Make sure to download the full podcast now, and every week on Revolutionsoccer.net.

21 August 2:47 pm

On this week's Far Post Podcast, we look back at the Revs' huge win over the Chicago Fire and talk about Juan Agudelo's amazing goal. Is it the goal of the week in MLS? Goal of the year? Best goal in Revolution history? We give our take and much more on the Far Post Podcast.

Make sure to download the full podcast now, and every week on Revolutionsoccer.net.

21 August 1:40 pm

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.

20 August 4:50 pm

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.

13 August 3:31 pm

Check out some pictures from Charlie Davies' first day of practice as a member of the New England Revolution on Tuesday.

13 August 1:55 pm

On this week's Far Post Podcast, we borrowed a piece from local sports talk show "Felger & Mazz" and bring to you, for the first time, "Squeaky Cathal":

Make sure to download the full podcast now, and every week on Revolutionsoccer.net.

 

25 May 4:39 pm

New England Revolution legend Luis “El Lobo” Fangoso issued this statement in reaction to the news that Gibraltar has been accepted as a full member of UEFA, European soccer's governing body:

“It is with great pride and satisfaction that I congratulate the Gibraltar Football Association on gaining the official status it has long deserved. Though our old rivalries with the likes of Greenland and Shetland provide some of my happiest sporting memories, we are now in the company that we have long deserved to keep. I am glad that this happened while I am still in my prime and have the hunger. I look forward to receiving a call from the GFA for the next national team training camp.”

A star for club and country, Fangoso, 38, is famous for his flowing locks, his ability to play any outfield position and to adapt to all terrain and field conditions. Since his retirement, El Lobo has run his famed football academy – known as the School of Rock – which has been a consistent, if indirect, funnel for soccer talent from South America to the Iberian peninsula. Fangoso also maintains an off-shore tax law consultancy practice.