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Red Bulls Notebook: McCarty talks Cahill partnership, Marquez update, and more

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By DAVE MARTINEZ

The New York Red Bulls latest Designated Player, Tim Cahill, has been outspoken about his transition into Major League Soccer but what does his new partner Dax McCarty think?

The 25-year-old veteran of the American top flight has found a solid form all season long while teaming with a plethora of different options in the middle.

Capital Soccer Show w/Dax McCarty

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Get a recap of D.C. United's loss to Montreal, a preview of United's match against New York, and hear from Red Bulls MF Dax McCarty all in the latest edition of the Capital Soccer Show.

Matchday @The Lair of the Great Satan: Red Bulls vs. DC United

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I'll take "Stadiums in Better Shape than RFK " for $200, AlexDown the stretch they come!

The New York Red Bulls are right in the thick of things at the top of MLS' Eastern Conference after somehow escaping Livestrong Sporting Park with a draw on Sunday night. Tonight they square off against the Great Satan, DC United, for the third and final time of the 2012 regular season.

Kamara scores for both sides as Red Bulls earn road draw vs. Sporting Kansas City

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The New York Red Bulls went into Livestrong Sporting Park hoping to pull off an upset and grab first place in the Eastern Conference back from Sporting Kansas City.

They fell short of that goal, but still came away with a result that keeps them very much in position to potentially catching Sporting KC further down the road.

Sporting KC 1-1 NY Red Bulls – Match Recap – MLS – 26 August 2012

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Sporting Kansas City remained on top of the Eastern Conference with a 1-1 draw against the New York Red Bulls in Major League Soccer on August 26, 2012.

It was a similar fate for Sporting KC who dominated most of the match but had to settle for a draw. The home side started out quickly with a fourth minute Kei Kamara goal.

Pearce game winner helps cap Red Bulls rally, keeps RBNY unbeaten at home

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With the final minutes of the first half ticking away on Sunday night, the New York Red Bulls looked like they just might suffer their first loss at Red Bull Arena this year. Two early goals by the Portland Timbers had the Red Bulls on the ropes and looking ripe for defeat.

The Red Bulls had other ideas.

Red Bulls down Dynamo to regain first place in East

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The Red Bulls were full aware that last week's performance against the Houston Dynamo was awful, and not good enough for a team with championship aspirations. After an intense week of training, the Red Bulls came out on Friday and showed that they are still very much one of the teams to beat in the Eastern Conference.

Red Bulls vs. Dynamo: Match Night Commentary

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The Houston Dynamo dominated the New York Red Bulls a week ago in Houston, but the Red Bulls are expected to put up a significantly tougher test when the teams meet tonight at Red Bull Arena.

The Dynamo are playing like the best team in MLS, but no visiting team has left Red Bull Arena with three points this season.

Dynamo dominate flat Red Bulls in Houston

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By DAN MONTESANO

It was certainly not the way the New York Red Bulls envisioned the beginning of the Tim Cahill era.

The Houston Dynamo thoroughly dominated the Red Bulls Friday night, earning a 2-0 win and leapfrogging New York to take first place in the Eastern Conference.

Spurs beat Red Bulls in Cahill's debut

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BY DAVE MARTINEZ

Tim Cahill managed to make an impression in his debut with the New York Red Bulls, but that did little to save them from dropping this encounter.Â

Tottenham had the better of possession and play throughout the night and took home a deserving 2-1 victory over the home side.

Tim Cahill Agrees To Transfer To New York

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Tim Cahill (left) is set to go to MLS with New York. (Getty Images)

It certainly is MLS Cup or bust for the New York Red Bulls.

EPL side Everton has announced that midfielder Tim Cahill is going to be transferred to the Red Bulls, pending a physical and paperwork. Cahill will likely become New York's third Designated Player should somehow he is not then New York got one hell of a steal.

SBI MLS Player of the Week: David Beckham

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The LA Galaxy are on a roll and one of the keys to their recent run of outstanding form has been the play of David Beckham.

The English superstar was at his signature best this past week, helping the Galaxy earn four points from two matches by delivering a goal and three assists.

Red Bulls DOOP on Philly, Go Top of the East

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David Banner... uh... Kenny Cooper Leads RBNY to VictoryOn a beautiful mid-summer afternoon at the Cathedral of Football, the New York Red Bulls got goals on either side of halftime from Kenny Cooper and defeated their closest geographical rivals - Philadelphia Union - by a 2-0 scoreline. The final wasn't really indicative of the number of chances created in what was a pretty thrilling, high-tempo match that featured opportunities for both sides and lots of good attacking play.

SUB WATCH: Week 17 (Game 1)

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"Backe Says He'll Sub You Out in a Few Minutes"Pop quiz, soccer fans: Under what circumstances would you say it is CRITICAL to use three subs:

  1. You've won just 1 game in the last 6
  2. You're playing 3 games in 6 days
  3. There's a heat wave with humidity approaching 90%
  4. Three players are coming back from injury and have seen limited action
  5. Every fan can see that, in the last 10-15 minutes, the team has no energy
If you're almost every Red Bulls fan in existence, your answer was "All of the Above.

Soler "downgrades" DP talk, extends wait for Rodgers

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BY DAVE MARTINEZ

Things certainly change quickly in the world of the New York Red Bulls.

Earlier this week, Head Coach Hans Backe told gathered reporters about the team's "ongoing" discussions with a potential Designated Player. By week's end, General Manager Erik Soler was busy putting the brakes on any such talk.

John, Loyd Both Happy for Former Teammate and Current MLS All-Star Pearce

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It's been well over a year since FC Dallas traded Heath Pearce to Chivas USA and earlier this year, the defender was dealt yet again, this time to New York, where former FCD midfielder Dax McCarty and Pearce are teammates again. But despite now playing for the Red Bulls, Pearce still got some love from the Lone Star State when he was announced as a member of the First XI for the 2012 MLS All-Game which will be played last month.

Post-Game Hangover: Reflections on RBNY @ Revs

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Although many may argue that the New England Revolution took three points last night due to New York being without six of their starters, I think it bears mentioning that the Red Bulls still had the services of Joel Lindpere, Dane Richards, Dax McCarty, and Kenny Cooper. And that says a lot about the Revolution midfield and particularly their back-line in this match-up.

Post-Match Chalkboard: Slamming A Red Bull Does Give You Wings

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Three straight losses against beatable clubs (including the U.S. Open Cup defeat to a USL team) does not do wonders for confidence. Both the Chicago Fire squad and fans had to feel pretty low heading into the international break. Fortunately, the squad found motivation during the two weeks off, and they came out with their best performance of the season, and arguably, their best performance in the last two years.

Nyarko leads revitalized Fire past rusty Red Bulls

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By JEFFREY KRAUSE

BRIDGEVIEW, IL- The New York Red Bulls defense had been one of the stingiest in the league before going into the extended MLS break, but having nearly a month off from MLS play didn't seem to do much good for the Red Bulls as the Chicago Fire ripped their defense to shreds for a vital home victory.

Fire overcome controversy, knock off Red Bulls

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After a long international break and three losses in all competitions, the Chicago Fire returned home to take on a talented New York Red Bulls side.

The Men in Red were up for the challenge.

The Fire overcame a goal-line blunder by the referee on a sure Dominic Oduro goal to knock off the second-place Red Bulls 3-1.

Red Bulls vs. Fire: Your Running Commentary

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The New York Red Bulls were the hottest team in Major League Soccer before the extended MLS break, and they will look to recapture that momentum tonight by beating the Chicago Fire at Toyota Park (5pm, NBC Sports Network).

The Fire have lost three of their past four in league play, but have been strong at home this season, boasting a 3-1-2 record.

Red Bulls Run Win Streak to Five in Montreal

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Teammates Congratulate Cooper on His 10th Goal of the SeasonNo Henry, no problem.

When Thierry Henry collapsed to the Red Bull Arena turf clutching his hamstring on April 28, things looked ominous for Hans Backe and the New York Red Bulls. Yes, Kenny Cooper was having a fine season since his move from Portland Timbers.

MLS Blockbusting: Pearce Gotham Bound; Juan Agudelo To Chivas USA, More

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Gothamist....

Well, it looks like the band is getting back together. FC Dallas '09 is now coalescing around the New York Tri-State area.

In a move that probably began this week with Peter Nowak wanting Danny Califf away from Philadelphia, Chivas USA has sent former US national teamer and odd player movement expert heath Pearce to the New York Red Bulls for Juan Agudelo.

Polarizing Marquez showcases class, rust in return to Red Bulls' lineup

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By DAVE MARTINEZ

In a single match, Rafa Marquez showed why he can simultaneously be a frustrating yet invaluable part of the New York Red Bulls.

Sunday's 3-2 victory over the Philadelphia Union marked his first match back since April 14th, when his tackle on San Jose Earthquakes midfielder Shea Salinas earned him a three-game suspension.

A look back at Adu's bittersweet Sunday

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Freddy Adu was having a day. The Philadelphia Union midfielder was toying with the New York Red Bulls defense, pulling off amazing moves and setting up Philly forwards with chance after chance. The game had all the makings of a banner day for Adu.

Preview: Union vs Energy Drinks

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What: Union vs Energy Drinks

When: Sunday, May 13. 12:30PM EST

Where: PPL (For NY fans, it'll be the stadium with people in it)

Offenses: NY: 2nd, PHL: 18th

The New York Energy Drinks come to PPL park disguised as the 2011 Philadelphia Union.

RBNY vs Dynamo: Alamo On The Passaic

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The Red Bulls managed to repulse wave, after wave, after wave of determined Houston Dynamo attacks and came away with their third 1-Nil victory in a row this past Wednesday night. This one wasn't a classic by any means, and only noteworthy for the Alamo-like stand our still shorthanded team made to preserve the 1-0.

A man in demand: Rafa Marquez

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Finally, a glimmer of hope for Philadelphia Union.

Two goals (in the same game!), a win over a German power Schalke 04, and now a visit by a New York Red Bulls team fully infected by the Ewing Theory.

Bet you're looking forward to seeing Rafa Marquez trot out on that field, aren't you?

McCarty leading a depleted Red Bulls side to results

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BY DAVE MARTINEZ

In times of great need, unlikely heroes emerge. For the New York Red Bulls, Dax McCarty has proudly carried the mantle of leadership in the face of daunting odds.

"I feel good. I definitely feel like I'm starting to play like I was in Dallas a few years ago when we made that MLS Cup run," McCarty told reporters after New York's 1-0 shutout of the Houston Dynamo.

Major League Soccer

2012 MLS, Week 22: Power Rankings

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After another full week of games and some upsets you'd expect some movement in this week's rankings. Well, you thought wrong. Only a couple teams made some noise in the rankings. I nearly made a new number one and almost moved a club back into the top tier but in the end decided against it.

Also, we have a new addition to the bottom tier as the four groups begin to get a little more evenly laid out.

"Off The Bench" Episode 15 is Live

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Goals, All-Stars and DP's
The Official Podcast of MLSReserves.com. In this episode Luke and Pedro discuss the recent trend of high scoring matches in Major League Soccer, the amazing play of Chris Wondolowski and what it takes to be an MLS All-Star. Debated were Eddie Johnson's inclusion and whether Dax McCarty deserves a spot.

MLS 2012, Week 11: Fantasy Recap

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Week 11 was a gamble week for my Fantasy club that in the end did not pay off. A low 47 points on the week just five over the week's average.

I gambled with my midfield yet again with brining in Brian Mullan who had two games on the week and Dax McCarty. The Mullan gamble didn't work out as he got hurt and only gave out a single point.