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Potential NE-based NASL Prospects Darken

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The prospects of a potential New England-based side playing second division soccer next year was dealt a severe blow after a U.S. District Court judge denied the NASL's request for mandatory injunction for second-division status.

The decision comes less than a month after Hartford and Boston were mentioned as markets rumored to be in the mix for NASL expansion in 2018.

Technically Speaking: The State of the USMNT

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With over 50 years of playing and coaching experience, few people can speak to the state of American soccer with as much breadth and depth as our very own Rick Sewall.

In the wake of the U.S. Men's National Team's failure to qualify for the World Cup for the first time since 1986, we reached out to Rick on his thoughts on where the program as well as American soccer as a whole goes from here.

Rogues Win Promotion in Finale

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Providence City FC won promotion following their league-clinching 4-1 win over BCS XI on Saturday at Falzone Field in Waltham, Mass.

The Rogues, who fell short of promotion last season by a single point, will compete in the second division come 2018.

Prelude to NASL Jump? BCFC Announces ‘New’ Partnership

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Earlier this month, rumors swirled about Boston City FC potentially moving up from NPSL to NASL next season. On Thursday, the club announced a significant partnership that may serve as a prelude to that jump to second-division soccer.

With plenty of buzz about which league they'll compete in next year, Boston City announced a corporate partnership with Boston-based New Balance, which will become the club's official outfitter and apparel supplier.

Omens Repeat as BSSL Champions

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GPS Omens captured their second straight Bay State Soccer League (BSSL) title on Tuesday as a result of a 3-1 win over Southie FC at Hunt Playground in Reading, Mass.

After Southie jumped out to an early lead inside of five minutes, Omens stormed back just before the hour.

5 Pressing Questions for Revs

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With another disappointing season in the books, the questions surrounding the Revolution this offseason are plentiful, to say the least. But some are more pressing than others, and with that in mind, we take a look at the five most urgent.

1) Who will be the coach next season?

Revs Get 1st Road Victory in Finale

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At long last.

After coming up short in their previous 16 contests on the road, the Revolution secured their first victory on foreign soil on the final day of the season with Sunday's 3-2 victory over the Impact at Stade Saputo in Montreal.

USASA: Providence City Routs OHP Gunners

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REHOBOTH, Mass. A scoreless first half gave way to a wild sequel as Providence City FC came away with a 5-1 win over OHP Gunners in Saturday's BSSL match at Milot Field.

Gunners midfielder Josh Williams opened the scoring in the 53rd minute before Danny O'Neill leveled it in the 58th minute.

One Last Chance for Road Success

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For Tom Soehn, the key to snapping the Revolution's season-long road struggles starts with one simple idea: keeping 11 men on the field.

After the Revolution finished their last three road tilts shorthanded, New England's interim boss is hoping to avoid a reprisal during Sunday's season finale at Montreal.

Report: Boston City, Hartford City Set Sights on NASL

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Could NASL soccer be headed to Boston and Hartford next summer?

According to a report by soctakes.com, Boston City FC and an unnamed team from Hartford – presumably fellow NPSL side Hartford City FC – are two of seven teams who have recently signed a Letter of Intent (LOI) to join NASL in for the 2018 season.

Ray of Hope: U.S. Romps in U-17 World Cup Play

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Maybe the future isn't as bleak for the U.S. Men's National Team after all.

Days after the senior side's shocking qualifying debacle, the U.S. U-17s pummeled Paraguay in a 5-0 romp during Monday's Round of 16 clash at the U-17 World Cup at Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium in New Delhi, India.

Report: U.S. to Face Portugal on 11/14

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Less than a week after they fell short of qualifying for the 2018 World Cup, the United States will play a friendly against Portugal in Algarve next month according to reports.

According to O Jogo, the Portuguese Football Federation has announced that A Seleccao will face the U.S.

Tierney Not Ready to Talk About Future

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FOXBOROUGH, Mass. Was Sunday's home finale the last match in front of a friendly crowd for local talent Chris Tierney?

With the Revolution slated for another rebuilding season in 2018, and the uncertainty surrounding the head coaching position, the team's longest-tenured player said he'll take hard look at whether he'll back next year.

NE Revolution 2:1 NYCFC

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Agudelo ‘Numb’ About WCQ Failure

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FOXBOROUGH, Mass. Juan Agudelo has worn the U.S. shirt more than a few times over the course of his seven-year international career, so the National Team's failure to secure a World Cup spot last week certainly stings him more than most.

Following New England's win over New York City FC on Sunday, the 24-year-old Revolution forward, who's been capped 26 times with the senior team, spoke about his reaction to the stunning reality that the U.