Newsstand - August 15
The Revs took a 1-0 lead into the half against the Eastern Conference leading Crew, but could not maintain the advantage as Columbus overtook New England in the second half. Following the 3-1 loss to Columbus, New England media outlets provide game coverage, quotes and more in the following write-ups:
- Revs serve up second helping (Boston Herald)
- Rapid reaction: Crew 3, Revs 1 (ESPN Boston)
- Game Over (New England Soccer Today)
- Player Ratings: New England Revolution at Columbus Crew (New England Soccer Today)
- Columbus Crew Rallies Past Revolution 3-1, Extends Lead Atop Eastern Conference (NESN)
- Columbus Crew dissect Revolution 3-1 (Boston Pro Soccer Examiner)
New England-Columbus game reports can also be found on national media websites including:
- Poor decisions, defense doom Revs in latest loss (MLSsoccer.com)
- Eggshell-soft New England Revolution cracks once again against the Columbus Crew (Goal.com)
- Columbus Crew 3-1 New England Revolution: A Kevin Alston own-goal helps Crew to comeback win (Goal.com)
- Crew go clear at top (ESPNsoccernet)
- Crew comes back to cut down Revolution (Fox News Latino)
- Crew rally to top Revolution (Associated Press)
ESPN Boston’s Scott Barboza asks Revolution Home Grown player Diego Fagundez about his driver’s license and discusses other teenagers playing in professional leagues.
In his article, “Fagundez not set for starting role,” Boston.com’s Frank dell’Apa discusses Diego Fagundez’s successful debut and his strengths as a “final third guy.”
New England blog, The Bent Musket, writes a full analysis for Saturday’s match against Columbus, including first and second half recaps.
Kyle McCarthy’s MLS Monday Breakdown focuses on the Revs’ most recent opponent, Columbus and its coach Robert Warzycha’s recruiting this season to fill voids left by veteran players.