The Revs have returned to the cold of Foxborough after an extended period in the Sunshine State. The trip back has triggered changes in personnel, with the Revs saying goodbye to assistant coach Jay Miller and a number of trailists who were with the side in Bradenton. Brian O’Connell discusses the alterations on Soccerly.com.
Every team usually has at least one “breakout player” every season, with Diego Fagundez, Andrew Farrell and Kelyn Rowe all impressing for the Revs in 2013. Ives Galarcep of Goal.com takes a look at which players could have a similar impact during the 2014 season.
Also on Goal.com, Thomas Floyd discusses a possible schedule switch for MLS. Despite the winter months producing harsh weather conditions, MLS has continued discussions about moving the season from a spring-to-fall schedule to a traditionally European fall-to-spring schedule.