NEWSSTAND - October 3, 2011
The Revs suffered a 2-1 loss to the Seattle Sounders during the weekend, but the media collectively deemed Diego Fagundez a bright spot in his first career start. Check out the postgame coverage below:
Revolution eliminated but Fagundez leaves mark (Boston Globe)
Revolution have decisions to make (Boston Globe)
Sounders sink Revs (Boston Herald)
Revs miss playoffs (Attleboro Sun Chronicle)
Defensive errors cost Revs again (ESPN Boston)
Revs notes: Fagundez makes history (ESPN Boston)
Sounders Bounce Revs Out of Race (NE Soccer Today)
Player Ratings: New England Revolution vs. Seattle Sounders (NE Soccer Today)
Same old story: Revs now just playing for jobs (CSNNE.com)
Home-Grown Hope (NE Soccer News)
New England Revolution 1-2 Seattle Sounders: Diego Fagundez's First Start Does Not Have A Storybook Ending (The Bent Musket)
New England Revolution Play Well But Can't Finish, Can't Hold On (The Bent Musket)
Post-Game Hangover(s): Reflections On Revs @ Fire & Sounders @ Revs (The Bent Musket)
Recap: Montero leads Sounders, ends Revs' playoff hopes (MLSSoccer.com)
Diminutive Fagundez unleashes secret weapon for Revs (MLSSoccer.com)
New England Revolution 1-2 Seattle Sounders FC: Fredy Montero brace eliminates Revs from playoffs (Goal.com)
Pat Phelan called into Dartmouth College’s The Big Green Scene radio show last week ahead of College Night at Gillette Stadium.
Revolution U18 Devin Devoy was profiled in Sunday’s Boston Herald. Currently playing high school soccer with Bishop Feehan, Devoy will return to play his fourth season with the Revs later this fall before taking the field for Northeastern University next year.
Seattle coach Sigi Schmid offers his thoughts on Fagundez’s performance and overall development in the five points section of Kyle McCarthy’s Monday MLS Breakdown on Goal.com.