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Andy Dorman will continue to play soccer in New England

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Andy Dorman will play for FC Bolts (PDL).

Andy Dorman will continue to play soccer in New England, but not for the team you'd expect as the midfielder will be suiting up for the FC Bolts (PDL) this summer.

Andy Dorman @MacSteeves @milesrobinson11 sign to play with Bolts PDL this summer#path2pro #uslpdl pic.

Orlando City Selects Kevin Alston in Re-Entry Draft, Revolution Pass Again

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The New England Revolution did not make a selection in either stage of the Re-Entry Draft, but did lose defender Kevin Alston to OCSC.

Orlando City SC have selected New England Revolution defender Kevin Alston in Stage Two of the MLS' 2015 Re-Entry Draft today. The Revolution passed for the second straight round and made no selections.

Revs Protected List Contains A Few Surprises

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Only 24 hours from playing in the MLS Cup, AJ Soares, Patrick Mullins and Andy Dorman saw the business side of Major League Soccer as they were all left unprotected for Wednesday's expansion draft.

Each team can protect 11 players and the New England Revolution opted to protect:
Kevin Alston, Teal Bunbury, Charlie Davies, Andrew Farrell, Jose Goncalves (Int'l), Jermaine Jones, Daigo Kobayashi (Int'l), Lee Nguyen, Kelyn Rowe, Bobby Shuttleworth and Chris Tierney.

Nguyen Wished For More

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CARSON, CA. It wasn't the ending Lee Nguyen pictured to his storybook season. It was full of frustration.

Not just the fact that the Galaxy were able to come away with an extra time win in the MLS Cup, but the fact that Nguyen was forced to watch the entire extra period time from the bench.

Dorman Eyeing Return to Action

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FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – Three months ago, Andy Dorman was a major part of a Revolution midfield that was not only coming into its own, but finding success along the way. Then, with one swooping tackle, he wasn't.

In the early stages of a Jul.

Subs Produce Chances, No Goals

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With the New England Revolution trailing about midway through the second half, head coach Jay Heaps went to his bench to give the team a spark. Down to only two subs after Andy Dorman was forced off due to a right knee injury and replaced by Scott Caldwell in the 29th minute, Heaps options were limited, but the third year coach brought on striker Jerry Bengtson in the 65th minute and Steve Neumann in the 75th to help turn things around.

New England Losing Streak Hits Four

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The weather has turned warm and its time for the annual New England Revolution's summer slump. The Revs lost 2-1 at Real Salt Lake on July 4th to extend the teams current winless streak in the league to four games.

When the World Cup started Jay Heaps side was in first place in the east, today they are in third, five points behind D.

Revolution fall in Salt Lake

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The New England Revolution lost their fourth straight MLS match, falling 2-1 at Real Salt Lake on Independence Day at Rio Tinto Stadium. New England conceded two penalty kicks, which Javier Morales and Joao Plata converted, sandwiching a goal from Darrius Barnes.

The Revolution (7-7-2, 23 points) remain in third place in the East, while Salt Lake (7-3-7, 28 points) jumped to second in the West, ending their five game winless skid.

Preview: #RSLvNE

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Scott Caldwell is less than two full seasons into his pro career, but at 23, he's already exhibiting the maturity of a grizzled veteran.

After his starting spot was ripped away from him earlier this season, the sophomore midfielder didn't sulk or complain about the situation.

Technically Speaking: #NEvNY

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The Red Bulls beat the Revolution 2-0 in a game the losers deserved to win, by every statistical measure. This only goes to show, unfortunately, how critical a couple of bad mistakes can be in deciding the outcome of a game.

The first goal, in the 17th minute, came off a Lloyd Sam free kick that was headed in easily by a totally unmarked Eric Alexander.

Heaps Saw Greatness in Dempsey Early in Career

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FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The way Jay Heaps tells it, former teammate andprolific goalcorer Clint Dempsey didn't immediately recognize what the greatness within him as a 21-year-old rookie.

Back in 2004, the Revolution drafted the Furman midfielder eighth overall, and while every first rounder carries high expectations wherever he lands, it took afewstarts forDempseyto find his trademark swagger.

Technically Speaking: #TFCvNE

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New England beat Toronto 2-1 in an evenly played game Saturday in Toronto, marking the first time they took three points at BMO Field. Toronto lost the game in big part because of their tendency to make the big mistake.

Doneil Henry, the promising young Toronto defender, had a tough day, to say the least.

By the Numbers: #CHIvNE Postgame

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Andy Dorman's 91% passing accuracy was the best of any starter from Saturday's game in Chicago. (Photo credit: Chris Aduama/aduamaphotography.com)

Saturday afternoon's nationally televised match-up between the New England Revolution and Chicago Fire was quite the roller coaster with the Fire taking the early lead through Quincy Amarikwa only to give it up 15 minutes later through a Lee Nguyen penalty kick.

Heaps gets by with a little help from his friends

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Andy Dorman applauds the crowd after the Revolution's playoff victory on Saturday. (Photo credit: Chris Aduama/aduamaphotography.com)

The story of the New England Revolution's regular season has been the convergence of a talented 22-and-under core that includes players like Diego Fagundez, Juan Agudelo, Kelyn Rowe, Scott Caldwell and Andrew Farrell.

The Morning After: #NEvSKC

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No doubt, it was a victory four years in the making. Four looooong years in the making.

Despite a rocky start, the Revolution found a way to break through in the second half and grab a hard-fought 2-1 first leg Conference semifinal victory over Sporting Kansas City on Saturday.

Five Things We Learned: Revolution vs. Crew

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There are plenty of things that the Revolution have missed out on in the last four years. You know, besides the postseason. And on Saturday, we witnessed something extraordinary that we hadn't seen, felt or experiencedat Gillette Stadium in a long time:a bonafide playoff atmosphere.

Five Things We Learned: Revolution at Red Bulls

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Fotis Bazakos can be blamed for a number of things that went wrong on Saturday night. The Jamison Olave handball that wasn't. Theswift red card to Andy Dorman. The uncalled (and uncalled for) cleaning of Dimitry Imbongo's clock courtesy of Luis Robles.

Technically Speaking: Revolution at Red Bulls

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In a gamein whichthe referee lost control immediately after calling a phantom penalty in the 85th minute, the Revs and Red Bulls tied 2-2 – much to the chagrin of the former, who needed the three points a lot more than the latter.

Despite the 83rd-minute penalty call in their favor, the Revs ended the game feeling more victimized by Fotis Bazakos' mistakes than the Red Bulls.

Drawn into Controversy

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The New England Revolution fought back from a first half deficit – thanks in part to a controversial penalty kick – to take a stoppage time lead, but the New York Red Bulls scored a controversial equalizer of their own in the 97th minute to finish deadlocked, 2-2, in front of a sell-out crowd of 25,219 at Red Bull Arena.

Sporting Kansas City Defeats New England Revolution 3-0 In Physical Match [PHOTOS]

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Sporting Kansas City moved back into first place in the MLS Eastern Conference Saturday night after defeating New England Revolution 3-0 in a physical match that saw two players red carded.

Striker Kei Kamara scored the first two goals in front of a crowd of19,988 before Benny Feilhaber scored the third goal in injury time.

Farrell: “I Don’t Think We Can Take Anything” From SKC Loss

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Andrew Farrell refused to point fingers after Saturday's 3-0 loss to Sporting K.C. (Photo: Chris Aduama/aduama.com)

It was a game in which nothing went right and everything went wrong for the Revolution.

Whether it was their league-leading defensegiving up three goals, the red cards issued to Dimitry Imbongo and Andy Dorman, or Benny Feilhaber bagging one against his ex-teammates, Saturday's 3-0 loss at Sporting Park was one to forget for the guests.

A View From the Fort: Will Home Cooking Allow for Gelling?

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Will Home Cooking Allow For Gelling?

A VIEW FROM THE FORT: By Jim Dow

A few days before New England's football team put paid to a hapless Toronto FC in conditions that might have made Andy Dorman pine for a January nighttime fixture at Inverness County during a North Sea howler, the smart money at a Dunkin Donuts chat session held that wunderkind Diego Fagundez might one day fetch a cool five million to eclipse Clint Dempsey for the highest transfer fee fetched by a Rev player.

Rowe Helps Revs Blast Rhinos

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Consider the demons from last year's Open Cup tournament exorcised.

Nearly a year to the date after the Harrisburg City Islandershanded them ahumiliating third rounddefeat, the New England Revolution staked a dominant 5-1 victory over the Rochester Rhinos in Tuesday's third round Open Cup tilt at Sahlen's Stadium.

Match report: Philadelphia 1-0 New England

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Philadelphia Union pulled into second place with a 1-0 win over New England at PPL Park. PSP has the recap and video highlights.

New England Revolution 2013 Season Preview

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A lot has been made of the lead-in to the 2013 season for the New England Revolution. For most of the key players on the squad, this represents a year where they've all been a part of nearly the entire preseason process, something that was certainly not the case last year, and probably hasn't really been the case in several seasons.

Revolution 2, RSL 3: New England Wastes Lead In Dying Minutes

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With a place in the Desert Diamond Cup Final on the line, the New England Revolution laid a last-minute egg in Tucson on Wednesday night, conceding two goals in two minutes before the final whistle to fall 2-3 to Real Salt Lake. Andy Dorman and A.J. Soares provided the goals for the Revolution, earning a 2-1 lead after Devon Sandoval's opener for RSL, but Alvaro Saborio and Khari Stephenson stole the full points in the end.

New England Revolution Come Up Short In The Desert

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Call it inexperience or not used to winning, but the New England Revolution will wake up this morning kicking themselves that they are not playing in the Desert Diamond Cup final on Saturday. The Revs were leading Real Salt Lake 2-1 with three minutes to go last night, but allowed two late goals to lose 3-2.

Late RSL Replies Doom Revs

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A.J. Soares' 57th minute goal gave his club a lead it ultimately could not protect in Wednesday's 3-2 preseason loss to Real Salt Lake. (Photo: Chris Aduama/aduama.com)

Three minutes. That's all that separated the New England Revolution from a chance at earning their second straight Desert Diamond Cup final berth on Wednesday.

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PDL: Dorman Joins FC Boston Staff

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Former Revolution midfielder Andy Dorman will be staying local after accepting a coaching position with new PDL outfit FC Boston Bolts on Wednesday.

Dorman, 33, joins the Bolts staff less than a year removed from top-flight action. The Welshman played in 18 games and tallied once for the Revolution in 2015.

Revs Trio Set for Re-Entry Draft

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Veteran defenders Kevin Alston and Jeremy Hall, along with midfielder Andy Dorman, are among 60 players eligible for the Re-Entry Draft after the league announced the master list on Monday.

Alston and Hall both had their club options declined last month, while Dorman's contract expired during the offseason.

Dorman & Caldwell Both Rise to the Challenge

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Going into Saturday's match in Colorado, Revolution coach Jay Heaps wanted to see his team employ a possession-oriented approach early on. But to do so, Andy Dorman, who hadn't started since First Kick, would have to rise to the occasion.

With Daigo Kobayashi sidelined due to a hamstring strain, Heaps plugged in Dorman, and the veteran central midfielder didn't disappoint.

Who Will Fill Goncalves’ Spot?

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Revolution center back Jose Goncalves will be forced to sit out Saturday's home opener against Montreal after he received a red card for a foul on Khiry Shelton during the 67th minute of Sunday's match. With Goncalves unable to go against the Impact, who will Jay Heaps tab to replace him?

Back in Action

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The New England Revolution kicked off the their preseason slate on Saturday with a 2-1 win over Real Salt Lake in an 80-minute scrimmage played under cool and rainy conditions at Grande Sports Complex in Case Grande, Ariz.

Charlie Davies scored in the seventh minute after pouncing on a Fito Avalle defensive gaffe, while newcomer Sean Okoli tallied in the 48th minute after sliding into a Tim Mulgrew cross at the far post.

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VIDEO: Post-game with Mullins, Fagundez and Dorman

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New England Soccer Today video correspondent Carl Setterlund brings you the post-game locker scene from Sunday's Revolution-Red Bulls game.

Revolution forward Patrick Mullins:

Revolution midfielder Andy Dorman:

Revolution midfielder Diego Fagundez:

Know Your Enemy: New England Revolution

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Hallowed turf.

OTF's Stephen Mangatis fired up...

Identity seems like it's something that should be solid, yet it's an always-changing thing. When you're a kid, you define yourself by your favoritebands, sports teams, and video games (Beastie Boys, Baltimore Orioles, GoldenEye).

Revolution vs. Union 2013 Lineups: Injuries Get Caldwell, Shuttleworth into the Starting XI

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Jay Heaps is sticking with the same formation as that which won against the Chicago Fire last weekend, but with some personnel switches due to injuries. Both Matt Reis and Kalifa Cisse were forced out of the Starting XI this afternoon, resulting in Heaps to replace the duo with Bobby Shuttleworth and rookie Scott Caldwell.

The Rest

2015 Offseason Report: What Are the Revolution's Greatest Needs?

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Before opening kick 2016, the Revolution must add players at these three positions.

The Revolution made a handful of roster moves last week, exercising options on 14 players while bypassing options on five others. Ahead of the official start to the 2015 offseason, we list the top three positions on the club's shopping list—and offer a few solutions for filling the void.

Postgame video and quotes: Union 1-0 Revolution

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Video of John Hackworth's postgame press conference and locker room interviews with Ray Gaddis, Amobi Okugo, Aaron Wheeler, and Leo Fernandes. Also, postgame quotesheet.

Midfield Combinations, Andy Dorman, Andrew Farrell, and the Nyassi Conundrum: It's Mailbag Time!

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Here were the questions and answers from week two of the TBM mailbag! Sorry we didn't get this to you on Sunday as planned, but it's been a little hectic around here. As we said last week, here are the rules:

  • Questions are submitted to thebentmusket@gmail.com
  • Questions can be on any topic.