This week on CSNNE's "State of the Revs," host Abby Chin talks with Jay Heaps and Andy Dorman, while Brad Feldman profiles on of last week's goal-scorers, defender A.J. Soares.
If you were at Gillette Stadium this past Saturday night to see the Revolution down the Crew in dramatic fashion, you probably saw this video on the boards as well. The Revolution thanks everyone for a great 2013 regular season - and hopefully some more games are added to the schedule when all is said and done on Sunday afternoon!
And if this isn't enough for you, check out some animated GIFs from the video on our Google+ page
Brad Feldman and Jeff Causey break down the Revs' huge 3-2 win over the Columbus Crew to keep their playoff hopes alive.
This week on CSNNE.com's "State of the Revs," Jessica Camerato talks with Jay Heaps and Diego Fagundez, plus highlights and analysis with Brad Feldman.
Episode 1 of "Generations" by MLSSoccer.com looks at the progress of Andrew Farrell and Walker Zimmerman (FC Dallas), two bright young MLS defenders living the MLS rookie life.
Brad Feldman and guest color analyst Paul Mariner break down the Revs' huge 1-0 victory in Montreal against the Impact on Saturday, October 12.
Following the Revs' 2-2 draw with the New York Red Bulls the guys shared some of their thoughts on the podcast. Once again we borrow an idea from our friends, the Felger and Mazz radio program, to bring you Squeaky Cathal and for the first time Angry Jeff.
Here are some of the Tweets we talk about during the podcast:
Tim Cahill. That is all.
— Major League Soccer (@MLS) October 6, 2013
Looks like Andrew Farrell has just earned himself a free autographed Thierry Henry jersey that will surely be in the mail this week. Nasty.
— Simon Borg (@SimonBorg) October 6, 2013
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Brad Feldman and Jeff Causey recap the Revs' controversial 2-2 draw with the New York Red Bulls on October 5 at Red Bull Arena.
As we discussed on this week's Far Post Podcast, Revolution analyst Tim Crawford had a fun idea earlier this week (presumably at lunch or between algorithms) - a heat map of Jay Heaps' movements throughout the course of a match. Behold, the "Heaps map:"
— Tim Crawford (@RevsTimC) October 3, 2013