The guys cover the Dynamo's biggest test against the Timbers
The guys from The Peel are back at it again following the Houston Dynamo's 3-1 victory over Columbus Crew SC last Saturday. Josh and Justin discuss the win and how the team has gotten off to a hot start claiming 6 points out of 6 points to begin their 2017 MLS campaign.
We spoke with Patrick Murphy at Massive Report to talk about how Crew SC's offseason has gone and how the Dynamo can slow their potent offense.
The Houston Dynamo are back and are flying after a 2-1 victory over last season's MLS Cup winners, the Seattle Sounders. Last week they played one of their best halves of soccer in recent memory, though they could only finish twice despite a few other quality chances.
The Revolution's playoff hopes took a big hit Sunday as they fell 2-0 to the Columbus Crew. New England's offense never found rhythm and failed to find their recent form that allowed them to win three straight in league play prior to Sunday's match.
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – It was deja vu all over again as the New England Revolution surrendered an early goal and couldn't claw back for the second straight week in Saturday's 2-0 loss to Columbus Crew SC at Gillette Stadium.
Ethan Finlay found early paydirt when he got on the end of a Justin Meram cross and converted to put the guests ahead inside of eight minutes.
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – Kei Kamara tallied against his ex-teammates to help the New England Revolution snap a three-game rut in Saturday's 3-1 win over Columbus Crew SC at Gillette Stadium.
Kamara, who was jettisoned to Foxboro by Columbus in May following a penalty spat with Crew midfielder Federico Higuain, got his revenge in the 71st minute after collecting a loose ball inside the box and blasting it through to cap the scoring.
The Revolution are headed back to a cup final albeit one for a preseason tournament.
Not long after beatingthe Houston Dynamo on in Round 3 of the Desert Diamond Cup tournament on Wednesday,the Revolution learned they'd be playing forchampionship spoils in Saturday's championship final against Columbus Crew SC.
Crew SC are unique among MLS clubs in terms of their tactical approach.
The majority of MLS teams play either a 4-2-3-1 or a 4-3-3. Just four of the 22 clubs — D.C. United, New England Revolution, San Jose Earthquakes, and Toronto FC — use something other than one of those formations as their main look.