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Delamea: “We should start to build for next season”

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FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – For several weeks now the New England Revolution knew they would need a very strong finish to the season, along with some favorable results elsewhere, to have a shot on at the playoffs. The favorable results elsewhere have been pouring in, keeping the Revolution alive, but a scoreless draw on Saturday at Gillette Stadium against Atlanta United may well have been the death knell to the team's postseason hopes, leaving the two four points below the redline with just two games to game.

Delamea, Watson Called Up for Int’l Duty

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The Revolution won't have two veteran defenders at their disposal for Saturday's match vs. Orlando City after Antonio Delamea (Slovenia) and Je-Vaughn Watson (Jamaica) were called up for national team duty.

Delamea, who's earned a team-high 24 starts this year, will join the Slovenia National Team on Tuesday ahead of its World Cup Qualifying matches at Slovakia on Friday and vs.

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Revolution in favor of Video Review in MLS

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Heaps: The reality is I'm a fan of it if they get it right.

On Saturday, the New England Revolution got their first glimpses at Video Review when referee Ismail Elfath inspected two plays. Although it's still new, the Revs like what they've seen so far.

"The reality is I'm a fan of it if they get it right," head coach Jay Heaps explained.

Heaps provides an injury update for the Revolution

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Hint: He doesn't say much.

The New England Revolution's injury report includes big names like Scott Caldwell, Antonio Delamea, Xavier Kouassi, and Daigo Kobayashi. All four players were held out of Wednesday's U.S. Open Cup win over D.C. United and it's unknown at this time if they'll be available for Sunday's league game against the Philadelphia Union.

Fire Hang On For Massive Road Win

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There are times in a soccer match when scoring a goal can destroy the motivation for an opponent to mount a comeback. The New England Revolution were that team on Saturday shortly after Luis Solignac put the visiting Fire 2:0 up in the 61st minute. It was the kind of authoritative strike that resulted in the Revs looking like they were ready to pack it in.

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Delamea: "No more time for excuses" after latest Revolution collapse

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The defender called for a mentality change on Wednesday.

During Sunday's match against NYCFC, the Revolution left its fans at the alter. Up 1-0 after 75 minutes of play, the club conceded twice in the final 15 minutes en route to a 2-1 loss.

But Sunday wasn't the only time the team failed to follow through this season.

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.