New England Revolution

Revs look to extend unbeaten streak to five, host undefeated FC Dallas

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New England has lost their last seven matches vs FCD, including two at home.

The last time New England defeated FC Dallas, there was a guy on the Revs' bench who, during his MLS debut one month earlier, had scored his professional goal. Although he didn't take the pitch against the team originally known as the Dallas Tornado, the Revs' first-ever Homegrown player — Diego Fagundez — has, as they say, come a long way.

Revs find success after buying into Friedel’s system

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Fagundez praised the Revolution coaching staff after Friday's 4-0 win.

The New England Revolution are undefeated in four straight, which is their best run since the summer of 2015 when they went eight games without a loss. This success can largely be attributed to players settling into Brad Friedel's system.

Revolution 4, Impact 0: Revs increase unbeaten run to four straight

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The Revs are now on their best run since the summer of 2015.

The New England Revolution extended their unbeaten run to four straight when they downed the Montreal Impact on Friday night.

The opening moments were relatively quiet as both teams struggled to take hold of the game. Things changed in the 15th minute when Saphir Taider was shown a red card for a tackle on Luis Caciedo.

Revs look to repeat recent success vs. Dynamo in Houston

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The Revolution are 4-0-1 vs. the Dynamo since 2014.

Several unforgettable events have occurred in the metropolis of Houston since the New England Revolution last paid a visit. Their Gillette Stadium roommates came back to life in a record-setting affair still named with Roman numerals. The city itself was inundated for weeks in late summer from a major hurricane.

Revolution 2, FC Dallas 2: Revs open Tucson trip with a draw

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Cristian Penilla and Diego Fagundez help the Revs earn a point in the Mobile Mini Sun Cup.

The New England Revolution came from behind twice to earn a 2-2 draw against FC Dallas to open the Mobile Mini Sun Cup.

The first notable moment of the game occurred in the 9th minute when debuting midfielder Wilfried Zahibo issued an unpleasant tackle to Carlos Gruezo.

Revolution sign Isaac Angking as a Homegrown Player

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The New England Revolution have signed midfielder Isaac Angking to a Homegrown deal, per a team press release. Angking is the fourth Homegrown Player in club history, behind Diego Fagundez (Leominster, MA), Scott Caldwell (Braintree, MA), and Zachary Herivaux (Brookline, MA).

Angking, 17, joined the Revolution Academy before the 2013-14 season.

Revolution 2, Toronto 1: Late goals give Revs three points

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Well those last few minutes were fun, huh?

After allowing ten goals in two games, the New England Revolution recorded 2-1 win over league-leading Toronto FC.

Toronto's Tosaint Ricketts appeared to score a goal in the 23rd minute but the striker was deemed offside. Ricketts threatened the Revs' net three minutes later, but Cody Cropper was there to make an outstretched save.

Revolution injury report update

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Diego and Lee are questionable.

The New England Revolution have three names on their latest injury report.

Joining Kelyn Rowe, who is out long-term with a right knee sprain, is Diego Fagundez (right quad strain) and Lee Nguyen (right hamstring strain). Both players are listed as questionable.

Resurgence of Teal Bunbury has Revolution back on track

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FOXBOROUGH Despite the New England Revolution's struggles this season, there has been a general consensus that the Revolution are not lacking in offensive talent especially so after the team's summer transfer window acquisition of Hungarian forwardKrisztián Németh.

Revolution to host a bobblehead night on August 12

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Who could it be?

The New England Revolution will be giving away bobbleheads on Saturday, August 12 when they host the Vancouver Whitecaps.

Current players Lee Nguyen, Kelyn Rowe, and Andrew Farrell have all received the bobblehead treatment, as has head coach Jay Heaps and Slyde the mascot.

Revs to host Red Bulls in US Open Cup Quarterfinal

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The Revolution will play the Red Bulls at Harvard on July 13th.

It took extra time and penalties but the New England Revolution learned their next US Open Cup opponent on Wednesday, as they'll host the New York Red Bulls in a Quarterfinal match on July 13th. The game will take place at Harvard University's Jordan Field with kickoff set for 7:30 pm.

Know Thy Enemy: Revs-Toronto (Part II) with Waking The Red

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One day, Toronto will play the Revs on full rest with a full roster. Today, is not that day.

A few weeks ago, the soccer gods blessed the New England Revolution with a home game against a depleted Toronto FC team. Today, the soccer gods have blessed the Revs with a road game against a tired TFC side.

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.

Revolution 1, Fire 2: Revs' home unbeaten run snapped at 12

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Antonio Delamea's goal wasn't enough as the Revs fall 2-1 to the Fire.

The New England Revolution saw their 12-game home unbeaten run come to an end on Saturday, as they suffered a 2-1 loss to the Chicago Fire.

The visitors got things going in the 18th minute with clever movement that clearly came from the training ground.

Revolution 1, Red Bulls 2: Revs lose on the road despite early goal

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Red Bull Arena continues to be a daunting place for the Revs.

The New England Revolution couldn't hold onto their early lead as they fell 2-1 to the New Red Bulls on Saturday night.

The Revs opened the scoring in the 9th minute when Lee Nguyen converted a penalty. Referee Ismail Elfath pointed to the spot when Damien Perrinelle fouled Diego Fagundez in the box.

Fagundez brace pushes Revs to come-from-behind win over Crew

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FOXBOROUGH New England Revolution winger Diego Fagundez has quietly been heating up over the past month and it finally paid dividends with his first brace since May 2014.

After scoring his first goal of the season in last weekend's win over Real Salt Lake, Fagundez had both tallies to rally the host Revolution back from an early deficit to beat theColumbus Crew, 2-1, in front of a crowd of 18,651 on Sunday afternoon at Gillette State.

Revolution score four in first half to trounce Real Salt Lake

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FOXBOROUGH The New England Revolution hadn't won in a month entering Saturday night and the Revs offense decided enough was enough.

Lee Nguyen, Kei Kamara and Diego Fagundez each had a goal and an assist to power the hosts to a 4-0 victory over Real Salt Lakeat Gillette Stadium.

Revolution 4, RSL 0: Goals galore for the home team

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Goals rain down on Gillette.

The New England Revolution made quick work of Real Salt Lake as four first-half goals secured full points on Saturday night. The result was a team effort as six different Revs players found their way onto the score sheet.

The game's opening strike came from an unlikely source, as Scott Caldwell finished a Diego Fagundez feed in the 4th minute.

D.C. United’s collapse against New York Red Bulls, and previewing the New England Revolution: Filibuster podcast

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Unfortunately, we have to talk about Saturday

Despite the poor performances around all of the DMV's soccer teams, the Filibuster podcast is ready to go the full 90. Adam, Jason, and Ben have to talk about D.C. United's 2-0 defeat at the hands of the New York Red Bulls. We discuss the injury to Steve Birnbaum, the goals by Bradley Wright-Phillips and Alex Muyl, and then go from back to front dissecting the poor play: the defense, midfield, and attack all get a turn.

Revolution 2, Dynamo 0: Revs’ undefeated streak grows to three straight

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Kei Kamara and Juan Agudelo grab goals to keep the Revs undefeated at home.

The New England Revolution are now undefeated in three straight outings, as they downed the Houston Dynamo 2-0 on Saturday afternoon. Kei Kamara and Juan Agudelo grabbed their second and third goals of the year to secure full points for the home side.

Surprise proposal highlight of Revolution jersey launch

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Love is in the air!

Valentine's Day came early for two New England Revolution fans, who got engaged during the jersey launch event held at Gillette Stadium on Sunday.

Danielle Parent was quite surprised when she was called to the stage after the unveiling of the Revolution's new shirt.

Diego Fagundez scored a goal that will likely spark transfer rumors

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Go on, Diego.

Every year brings at least a couple of Diego Fagundez transfer rumors. Remember when the New England Revolution midfielder was linked to Atalanta B.C.? Or how about when Palermo was said to have expressed interest? Perhaps you recall this rumor that connected Fagundez to no less than three Serie A clubs.

Revolution vs. Impact 2016: Live Game Thread

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The Revs are finishing off the season against the Montreal Impact at home.

The New England Revolution may not have any realistic shot at the playoffs, but they have a chance here to finish the season on a strong note against a visiting Montreal Impact team with very little to play for, their playoff berth having been clinched.

Andrew Farrell

#ShaveTheBeard: Andrew Farrell Scores First MLS Goal

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Andrew Farrell has played in 171 total MLS games between the regular season and playoffs since being the top overall pick at the 2013 MLS SuperDraft. His beard has two defunct twitter accounts, he clears at least one ball a game with a bicycle kick simply because he can.

Should Revolution hire a club legend as next head coach?

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Share your thoughts in today's open thread.

The last time the Revolution hired a head coach, Diego Fagundez had yet to celebrate his 17th birthday and Andrew Farrell still played for the Louisville Cardinals. Fast forward six years, and the Revs have a coaching vacancy once more.

Immediately after reports surfaced that New England had parted ways with Jay Heaps, speculation began about who would fill the void.


New Father Fagundez Has Plenty to Celebrate

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FOXBOROUGH, Mass. Initially, Diego Fagundez was going to wait until next year to let everyone know the good news. But after scoring the breakthrough in Sunday's contest against NYCFC, he couldn't keep it under wraps.

Before Sean Johnson got the chance to pick the ball out of his net, Fagundez grabbed it and tucked it under his shirt and ran to the corner flag as he sucked his thumb in a celebration that he elaborated on after the match.

Roundtable: Biggest Positive from #NEvMIN?

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For the first time in nearly two years, the Revolution exploded for five goals in Saturday's win over the Loons, and in front of the home crowd, no less.

With the Revolution's impressive performance a reminder of how potent the offense can be, our writers give their takes on what the biggest positive from that match was.

Fagundez: “I think Juan’s really a number 9”

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FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – It took less than four minutes into Saturday afternoon's match to tell it was going to be a different day for the New England Revolution offense. After two road losses to open the season, in which the Revolution scored a combined one goal—and that coming from the penalty spot—it didn't take long into their home opener against struggling expansion side Minnesota United FC to net their first goal from the run of play.

Fagundez Finds His Groove

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FOXBOROUGH, Mass. Although the New England Revolution's late-season rally left them short of the Eastern Conference playoffs based on a tiebreaker, one of the bright spots down the stretch was the return to form of Diego Fagundez.

The 21-year-old from Leominster, Mass.

D.C. United

Who’s the odd man out in the Revolution attack?

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The addition of Krisztian Nemeth creates an attacking logjam. Who should start? Tell us in today's open thread.

The Revolution have no shortage of attacking options. And the arrival of Hungarian forward Krisztian Nemeth only expands this depth.

Expected to join the gameday 18 when the Revs visit D.

Match preview: Philadelphia Union vs. New England Revolution

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This weekend against New England, Philadelphia could take a step upward in the standings and set the tone at the halfway point of the season.

Scott Caldwell becomes third MLS homegrown to play 10,000 minutes

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Two of three most seasoned homegrowns play for the Revolution

In the 72nd minute of Saturday's 2-0 loss to Columbus Crew SC, Revolution midfielder Scott Caldwell became just the second homegrown field player—and third homegrown player overall—to eclipse 10,000 regular-season minutes played.

Minnesota United

Nguyen, Agudelo among five Revolution players selected to MLS Team of the Week

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And Jay Heaps earned a nod for coach of the week, too.

Five Revolution players earned a spot on mlssoccer.com's Team of the Week following a 5-2 thumping of Minnesota United. That honor may never happen again—partly because the Revs turned in an attacking performance for the ages, and partly because just six teams played in week four.

Revolution vs. Minnesota United: Headlines, lineups and match details

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The Revolution home opener kicks off at 2 p.m. ET.

The last Revolution home match took place on October 23, 2016. Five months later, the club will square off with Minnesota United—a team that has only played one MLS home match in its history—at Gillette Stadium.

While playing in front of a home crowd for the first time this season, the Revs will do whatever it takes to pick up three points.

The Rest

Revolution vs. Red Bulls, U.S. Open Cup: Preview, Lineups and Streaming Links

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A quick-fire preview for the U.S. Open Cup quarterfinals.

The Red Bulls have endured an inconsistent 2017 campaign. But that hasn't stopped the club from earning a pair of come-from-behind wins against the Revolution this season. On Thursday, the two teams will meet again during the U.S. Open Cup quarterfinals.

Agudelo, Nguyen stock up in Revolution rout of Toronto FC

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Plus one more who impressed against the Reds.

The Revolution took care of business on Saturday, defeating the top team in the east, Toronto FC, 3-0. Who stood out during the week 14 win?

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Juan Agudelo

In recent weeks, Agudelo has faced the tall task of re-discovering his form during short substitute appearances.

Fagundez stock up, Farrell stock down in Revolution win vs. Crew SC

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Who stood out during the week 12 matchup?

Despite conceding an early goal to Ola Kamara and Crew SC, the Revolution battled back to claim a 2-1 win on Sunday. Who stood out, and who didn't, during the week 12 matchup?

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Diego Fagundez

Just when it looked like Fagundez had nowhere to go but down, he erupted for two first-half goals, including the game-winner, against Crew SC.

Striking gold: four “lucky” Revolution goals worth watching again

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Celebrate St. Patrick's Day by revisiting these fortunate Revolution tallies.

Today, millions of Americans will don "Kiss me, I'm Irish" sweatshirts and tiny, green leprechaun hats in celebration of St. Patrick's Day 2017.

But the people of Boston don't need sweatshirts or hats to claim Irish ancestry.

Best of MLS Week 34: Barnes, Harrison and more

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The Vancouver Whitecaps dominated the Best of MLS for the last week of the regular season, while several rookies stepped up to lead their team to victory.

Here's a look at this weekend's Best of MLS


His time with the Vancouver Whitecaps hasn't always been easy, but Giles Barnes stepped up in a big way on Sunday.