NEWSSTAND - July 18, 2011
The New England Revolution hosted the Philadelphia Union on Sunday evening in their only MLS regular-season home game this month. The 3-0 victory helped Philadelphia regain the top spot in the Eastern Conference. Meanwhile, the Revs find themselves still fighting for a playoff spot.
The following outlets provide game recaps for the Revs-Union match:
- Revs play like 'schoolboys' in 3-0 loss (ESPN Boston)
- Notes: Revs' futility matches record (ESPN Boston)
- Nothing doing for Revolution (Boston Globe)
- Revs embarrassed by fans, Philly (Boston Herald)
- Silence (New England Soccer Today)
- Nicol: We need some new players (New England Soccer Today)
- Union Easily Deal with Revolution (Revs Press)
- Revs Home Schooled by Philadelphia in 0-3 defeat (American Soccer News)
- Revs shudder at "schoolboy mistakes" in Philly loss (MLSsoccer.com)
- Recap: Ruiz, Union overpower listless, 10-man Revs (MLSsoccer.com)
- Frustration is starting to show within the New England Revolution's players and coaches (Goal.com)
- New England 0-3 Philadelphia: The Revs terrible season continues (Goal.com)
- Union roll past Revs, take sole possession of first place in Eastern Conference (Soccer by Ives)
- Ruiz, Valdes score to lead Union over Revs 3-0 (Associated Press)
Shortly after the announcement was made public, New England Soccer Today reports the news of French midfielder Ousmane Dabo’s retirement after a 16-year professional career.
The Worcester Telegram & Gazette catches up with members of the New England Revolution front office, coaching staff and team to discuss the organization’s reception of the Revolution’s homegrown player, Diego Fagundez.
In his Monday MLS Breakdown, Kyle McCarthy discusses the number of exhibition games scheduled throughout the 2011 regular season for MLS teams, among other topics.