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Match preview: Boston Breakers vs Houston Dash

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Midweek away game. Yay.

The Boston Breakers have lost four in a row. They haven't won a game since April 29, when they took the Reign apart 3-0. They've gotten one of a possible 15 points in their last five games. They're back at the bottom of the NWSL table. And they have to turn around after their 1-0 loss on Saturday and play the Houston Dash away midweek.

U.S. Open Cup: Three potential lineups for the Revolution vs. D.C. United

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Jay Heaps will have his hands full on Wednesday. Here's who we think deserves a start.

If the Revolution want to return to the U.S. Open Cup Final, the team will have to overcome its poor run of play since the international break. And it will have to do so without several key players.

On Wednesday, the team faces its second test of the tournament when it hosts D.

Four ways to up your New England soccer fandom

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Watch local soccer and three more ways to become a New England soccer super fan.

If you're reading this blog then you're probably a pretty big soccer fan. That said, there's always more you can do to elevate your fandom. With this in mind, here are four things that you can do to become a New England soccer super fan.

Kelyn Rowe and Juan Agudelo named to USMNT Gold Cup roster

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Kelyn Rowe and Juan Agudelo will represent the USMNT in July.

Kelyn Rowe and Juan Agudelo have been called up to the US Men's National Team ahead of this summer's CONCACAF Gold Cup.

Agudelo and Rowe will travel to Nashville, Tenn., for training camp on Sunday, June 25. The duo will then return to the Northeast for a warm-up friendly against Ghana on July 1 in East Hartford, Conn.

Bunbury, Cropper stock up in Revolution loss to Toronto FC

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Plus one player whose stock dropped in Hogtown.

For prolonged stretches of the Revolution's 2-0 loss to Toronto FC, Jay Heaps' side looked like the more dangerous club. Twelve shots, 11 chances created, six corners—the Revs did enough offensively to find the back of the net. Unfortunately, for the second consecutive week, the team struggled to finish.

Boston Breakers hold NC Courage to 1-0 with 4 starters out

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Boston is better at home, but still couldn't put the ball in the back of the net.

Starting XI: Prudhomme, Elby, Westphal, Oyster, King, Salem, Da Costa, Andrews, Haavi, Dowie, Leon

It was a rematch for Boston as they took on the North Carolina Courage at home. Boston came out of the gate relatively strong, looking for the quick goal.

REPORT: Gershon Koffie Called Up For Ghana Friendlies vs. USA and Mexico

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Koffie could be set for his senior international debut against either the USA or Mexico.

Gershon Koffie's return to the New England Revolution lineup may have an added bonus for the 25-year old midfielder.

According to a report from GhanaSoccerNet, Koffie will be added to the national team roster for two friendlies against Mexico and the United States later this week.

Delamea, Agudelo leave Toronto with broken noses, per report

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The Revs will return home bloodied and bruised.

A 2-0 loss to Toronto FC left its mark on the Revolution Friday night. Not only did the club suffer its second consecutive defeat, it also endured injuries to two key players.

According to Revolution Staff Writer Jeff Lemieux, both Antonio Delamea and Juan Agudelo left Toronto with broken noses, though no official report has been released by the team.

Toronto 2, Revolution 0 - New England’s Offense Sputters Again

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The Revs remain winless on the road in 2017, having claimed just three draws in nine matches away from home this season.

Between Drew Moor's opener and Sebastian Giovinco's ender, you could argue the New England Revolution were the better team. The scoreboard however does not care for your eye test.

Match preview: Boston vs North Carolina rematch

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HOW many players are out for Boston?

First, listen to some Ray Lamontagne. Then resume reading this match preview.

Okay, now you're in the right mindset to think about this rematch between the Boston Breakers and the North Carolina Courage. NC beat Boston in their away game last weekend, taking a very early 2-0 lead, and eventually beating them 3-1.

Know Thy Enemy: Revs-Toronto (Part II) with Waking The Red

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One day, Toronto will play the Revs on full rest with a full roster. Today, is not that day.

A few weeks ago, the soccer gods blessed the New England Revolution with a home game against a depleted Toronto FC team. Today, the soccer gods have blessed the Revs with a road game against a tired TFC side.

Revolution vs. Toronto FC: Storylines to follow in week 17

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Can the Revs exploit a second-choice Toronto lineup? That, and three other headlines to track.

Three weeks ago, the Revolution earned a statement win over Toronto FC, scoring early and often en route to a 3-0 victory. Tonight, the Revs will look for a repeat performance against the Reds, who have yet to lose at home.

Revs could add another scouting presence in the next 12 months

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Revs president Brian Bilello talks about the team's scouting process.

Six months ago the New England Revolution added Carlos Llamosa to its coaching staff to provide scouting assistance. The move has paid dividends, according to club president Brian Bilelllo, as the coaches now have more flexibility to travel outside of New England.

Revolution looking to add "a couple of higher-end roster guys"

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Club president Brian Bilello outlines the Revs' strategy for the summer transfer window.

The MLS secondary transfer window opens July 10 and the New England Revolution are looking to bring in a couple of "higher-end roster guys," according to club president Brian Bilello.

With only 24 of 30 roster spots filled, the Revs have some flexibility in terms of who they can bring in.

Musket Rounds: Predicting the U.S. Gold Cup Roster, plus more daily links

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Eight stories worth reading from MLS, U.S. Soccer and beyond.

In the latest edition of Musket Rounds, read about the legend of the late Tony DiCiccio, predictions for the U.S. Gold Cup roster and more. You can check out the complete roundup of stories below:

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