NEWSSTAND - May 25

Open cup previews, International Callups and more

The Boston Globe gives the details of tonight’s match-up between the Revolution and Sporting Kansas City, as the two teams play for a berth into the U.S. Open Cup round of 16.

Adam Riglian from the Metro West Daily provides a profile of David Hepp, the starting goalkeeper for the Revolution’s U16 team, and his journey through the soccer ranks.

The Lincoln-Sudbury Patch has a round-up of New England’s U18 team and its two matches last weekend against Empire United and Seacoast United.

Sean Donahue with NE Soccer Today talks about the Revs’ international call-ups Shalrie Joseph and Benny Feilhaber.

Ryan Flemming of The Soccer Guys gives an in-depth analysis of the USA Gold Cup Roster.

L.E. Eisenmenger at the Boston Examiner looks at the history between New England and Sporting prior to tonight’s play-in game.

CMajor from The Bent Musket shares his views about the success of New England sports and why the Revolution need to win the MLS Cup.

The Soccer Soap Box sends an open thank you letter to the LA Galaxy for their role in helping to bring MLS into the international spotlight.

Simon Borg from MLSsoccer.com compiles an all-star team composed entirely of MLS players from the Southern California area, including Benny Feilhaber.

Kyle McCarthy evaluates how each of the MLS teams will fare in their matches while missing their Gold Cup participants on Goal.com

Nick Rosano of Goal.com highlights the Best XI from Week 10, highlighting the play of Shalrie Joseph in the Revolution’s match against the Earthquakes.

Ridge Mahoney of Soccer America Daily releases his Week 10 MLS Power Rankings.