Headline News - August 29

Today’s top three headlines from around the soccer world

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When asked about the return of his former teammate Shalrie Joseph, Matt Reis told the Boston Herald, “When you’re playing against your friends, you usually want to beat them more,” Find out how the Revs are approaching tonight’s match against Chivas USA.
 
This evening, the Revs open up a stretch of three home games in eight days. As Jay Heaps put it to the Boston Globe, “We’re obviously in a situation where every game is vital.” Read more about what the Revs’ head coach believes the team needs to do to return to winning ways.
 
Revolution supporters continue to amaze us. Midnight Riders President Fran Harrington’s generosity is profiled in this CBS Boston news piece that begins with disappointment and ends in a selfless act of giving.