Headline News - April 2
Today’s top three stories from around the soccer world
April 2, 2012
Want to know what went into Saturday’s game plan against LA? Jay Heaps told NBC Sports Network that the Revs wanted to “keep the ball and make 10 or 15 passes when we could. That's what we were able to do and you could see them running a little bit.” Kyle McCarthy of MLSsoccer.com has more on how the Revs put their plan into practice.
Steve Davis of NBCsports.com reflected on Saturday’s match and how the Revs strung together a host of good individual performances. Davis was quick to evaluate the pairing of A.J. Soares and Stephen McCarthy at center back, calling their efforts, “nearly flawless.”
From analysis of Jay Heaps’ philosophy to discussions of possession and the Revolution’s central midfield, Brian O’Connell of New England Soccer Today breaks down five things he learned after Saturday’s 3-1 victory