Cristian Penilla

New England Revolution

New England 3, San Antonio 3 - Revs Squander Lead In Second Half

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Teal Bunbury's first half brace was undone by two quick SAFC goals in the second half as the Revs settle for another preseason draw.

The New England Revolution continued their preseason swing in Arizona with a 3-3 draw against USL side San Antonion FC in the Mobile Mini Sun Cup.

The match began with SAFC scoring first from the penalty spot, as Andrew Farrell was judged to have fouled an attacker in the box while going up for a header.

Revolution go 1-1-1 in Bradenton

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The Revs will now prepare for the Mobile Mini Sun Cup.

The New England Revolution closed the Florida leg of preseason on Tuesday with a 1-1 draw against FC Cincinnati. The Revs are now 1-1-1 as they prepare to enter the Mobile Mini Sun Cup in Tucson, AZ.

Preseason started with a bang as the Revs defeated the New York Red Bulls 4-3 on Wednesday, Jan.

Three thoughts about the Revolution’s first day of training

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Brad Friedel seems like a confident man, and two more thoughts from Tuesday's practice.

The New England Revolution held their first preseason practice on Tuesday and The Bent Musket was there to take it all in. Here are three thoughts from the day:

  1. I'm excited about Cristian Penilla because Brad Friedel is excited about Cristian Penilla.

Revs “very excited” about Cristian Penilla

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Friedel says the Revs are "lucky" to have Penilla.

On Tuesday, the New England Revolution added 26-year-old midfielder/forward Cristian Penilla, a player that head coach Brad Friedel called "very exciting."

Penilla, 26, joins the Revolution on loan from Pachuca and will serve as a Designated Player unless the team chooses to use Targeted Allocation Money.

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MLS Power Rankings: Where do the Revs belong?

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Morning Muster is back. Share your thoughts.

From top to bottom, the Revolution roster looks vaguely familiar. The 2018 version of the club doesn't look that much different than the 2017 version that finished 7th in the Eastern Conference last season. The addition of attacker Cristian Penilla and defender Gabriel Somi could pay dividends for first-year coach Brad Friedel, though the team failed to land the impact player fans longed to see.