NEWSSTAND – April 1, 2011

Otto Loewy, Home Teams, Christian Sady

Bleacher Report’s Andrew Jeromski makes a case for a soccer specific stadium that would be easily accessible for fans travelling on the T.

New England Soccer Today introduces the Revs’ new signing, defender Otto Loewy, and recounts Seth Sinovic’s 2010 season with the team. American Soccer News also provides coverage of the recent roster changes.

Frank Dell’Apa of the Boston Globe finds parallels between rookie midfielder Stephen McCarthy and former Rev Clint Dempsey, and discusses the role McCarthy’s height played in being recruited as a defensive mid.

With the third game of the season only a day away, Goal.com’s head-to-head preview of the New England-Portland matchup gives the advantage to the home team in most categories.

Ray Curren of World Soccer Reader previews the MLS schedule for the week and predicts the Revs’ results against each of the 2011 expansion teams.

Which defender was most impressive in the battle against D.C.? Ray Curren provides his answer, and emphasizes the importance of the Revs staying healthy this season.

North Andover’s Christian Sady – a member of the Revolution U16 team – is recognized for being one of six Revolution youth players selected to attend the U.S. Soccer Training Center on Wednesday, April 6.