The Revolution Under-16s played their first game of the 2012 Future Champions Gauteng tournament on Monday, just one day after the 18-hour trip from Boston.
Reaction from Revolution players and fans following the Revs' first win of 2012.
Colombian striker Jose Moreno took part in his first training session with the Revolution this morning. Here are a couple of photos from training:
Check out a few photos from last night's 2012 Pub Tour stop at The Banshee in Boston, Mass. Tonight marks the final stop on the tour, with Jay Heaps, Kelyn Rowe, Clyde Simms and Matt Reis scheduled to appear at Ri Ra in Providence from 7pm-9pm. For more on that, click here.
There are less than four days left to cast your vote for the 2012 Revolution goal song. Here are the results as of 1 p.m. ET, with "Viva la Revolution" by The Adicts leading "Chelsea Dagger" by The Fratellis by a mere 1%:
- Dropkick Murphys - "Boys on the Docks" - 10.85%
- Andrew W.K. - "Party Hard" - 7.17%
- Bang Camaro - "Revolution" - 6.99%
- Pennywise - "Bro Hymn" - 11.21%
- House of Pain - "Jump Around" - 8.64%
- Judas Priest - "Revolution" - 6.62%
- Kings of Leon - "Four kicks" - 2.11%
- The Fratellis - "Chelsea Dagger" - 16.64%
- The Adicts - "Viva la Revolution" - 17.65%
Note: "Revolution" by Josephin Madden is no longer in the running. This is because Josephin's song was just chosen as the official Revolution victory song - check out the full story here.
Voting runs through Friday, March 23 at 12 p.m. We'll reveal the 2012 goal song when the Revolution score their first home goal of the 2012 season! Cast your vote now (you can vote once per day).
We've listened to your suggestions and came up with a few of our own, so without further ado, here are your nominees for the 2012 Revolution goal song.
Voting runs now through Friday, March 23 at 12 p.m. We'll reveal the 2012 goal song when the Revolution score their first home goal of the 2012 season! Cast your vote now (you can vote once per day).
Because of space constraints at Kino Sports Complex, we’ve been shooting our postgame videos just steps outside the Revolution’s locker room. This is what happens when players walking from the locker room to the bus spot a teammate being interviewed on camera …