John McMullen reviews the Revs’ 1-0 loss to the Philadelphia Union and reports that head coach Jay Heaps thinks New England played well enough to earn a point. Read on for this and more thoughts about the game in the Boston Globe.
Juan Toja helped Kelyn Rowe set up Jerry Bengtson’s goal in Chicago, but was not recognized by the official scorer with an assist. Despite this, he helped demonstrate why the Revs added the playmaker. In this Boston Globe piece, find out more about Toja and the memorable goal celebration from the season opener.
Kyle McCarthy looks back at the game in Philadelphia, stating that while the starting lineup featured a few changes because of injuries, the Revs displayed solidity. Find out how Heaps reacted to the loss and what defender A.J. Soares said about the importance of set pieces in this Boston Herald piece.
Defender Andrew Farrell is profiled by the Boston Herald’s Kyle McCarthy. Ahead of his second MLS game, Farrell reviewed the tape of his first, realizes he made mistakes and wants to limit them in the future. Also included: Jay Heaps’ thoughts on the young defender.
Boston Herald’s Inside Track spots Andrew Farrell in Faneuil Hall. What was the No. 1 pick doing in downtown Boston? Find out here.
Julian Cardillo reports on last weekend’s game for Boston.com, when the Union’s Jack McInerny’s third career game-winner against the Revolution proved to be the difference. See what positives defender A.J. Soares took from the game in this Corner Kicks piece.
John McMullen provides a game story for New England-Philadelphia for Boston.com. Find out what head coach Jay Heaps says about Revs’ goalkeeper Bobby Shuttleworth’s performance here.
Nick Ironside reports on Jerry Bengtson’s recent call-up to the Honduras national team. The striker is expected to return from national team duty on March 28. Check out this Boston.com piece for more on Bengtson’s production with Honduras.
Have you ever wanted a career in sports? Daniel B. Kline asks Revolution president Brian Bilello how he got to be where he is. Read about this and find out what advice he offers college students in this Boston.com piece.
Brian O’Connell takes a look back at Saturday’s game for ESPN Boston, asserting that New England’s defense looked relatively strong despite conceding a goal. Find out what Brian O’Connell believes was the stat of the game and more in his Rapid Reaction.