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2015 Portland Timbers Season Preview - Part 3: Eastern Conference Rivals

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In part 3 of our 2015 MLS Season Preview, we look at the 10 sides that will be fighting for the top spot in the Eastern Conference. While D.C. United won the East in 2014, they will have plenty of competition from Columbus, Toronto FC, New England and Chicago

Filibuster podcast episode 120: Matt Doyle talks Eastern Conference, we talk CCL

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We talk to Matt Doyle of MLSsoccer.com and then preview D.C. United's upcoming CCL game.

Ben ate the intro to this episode, so it is an in media res version of Filibuster! Adam, Jason, and Ben welcome on Matt Doyle from MLSsoccer.com to talk about all things Eastern Conference as we get closer and closer to the season.

The Northeast’s professional soccer malaise

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The West Coast clubs are a sign that MLS has finally hit the big time. But the Northeast clubs' malaise brings you back to earth. It's not just one team. It's all of them. PSP's Dan Walsh explains.

Portland Timbers release full 2015 MLS match schedule

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It's one of the best days within the Major League Soccer calendar - the schedule release date! The Portland Timbers announced their full 34 match slate for 2015, while MLS confirmed national broadcast plans and a revamped playoff schedule that will include six teams from each conference.

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Thoughts As Revs Draw 1-1 With Rapids in Desert Diamond Cup

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I don't put a lot of emphasis on preseason results, but there were some promising signs for the New England Revolution coming out of Saturday nights 1-1 draw with the Colorado Rapids in the 2015 Desert Diamond Cup.Diego Fagundez scored the Revs only goal of the game in the 54th minute, canceling out a Gabriel Torres strike to earn a share of the points for the Revs.

Midfield Dominance

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By the end of 2014, the New England Revolution could make a strong case they had the best midfield in MLS. On Wednesday, the Revolution assured all the key members from that 2014 midfield would be back as the club looks for a return trip to MLS Cup in 2015.

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Ranking MLS’ most popular teams; New research reveals fascinating results

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Thanks to a handful of thriving teams, Major League Soccer enters a 20thseason few thought it would reach back when the San Jose Clash and D.C. United kicked things off on April 6th, 1996. We know which clubs have enjoyed the most on-field success, but can we accurately say which teams are the most popular?

Ranking MLS’ most popular teams; New research reveals fascinating results

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Thanks to a handful of thriving teams, Major League Soccer enters a 20thseason few thought it would reach back when the San Jose Clash and D.C. United kicked things off on April 6th, 1996. We know which clubs have enjoyed the most on-field success, but can we accurately say which teams are the most popular?

Rating each MLS club’s signings during the off-season

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The MLS offseason is still churning as teams finalize their last transactions and continue to shape the excess of their rosters in advance of opening day, but training camp has opened and the major business has been done.

There's no question that MLS improved in the last two months. Even with the loss of stars like Landon Donovan, Thierry Henry, Jermain Defoe, DeAndre Yedlin, and perhaps the MLS 3.

Rating each MLS club’s signings during the off-season

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The MLS offseason is still churning as teams finalize their last transactions and continue to shape the excess of their rosters in advance of opening day, but training camp has opened and the major business has been done.

There's no question that MLS improved in the last two months. Even with the loss of stars like Landon Donovan, Thierry Henry, Jermain Defoe, DeAndre Yedlin, and perhaps the MLS 3.

Juan Agudelo joins the New England Revolution

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Juan Agudelo is once again a member of the New England Revolution, with the club keeping his MLS rights after he left the league. Read More

Juan Agudelo: The Best MLS Signing This Month

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While other Major League Soccer clubs battle over past their prime European and South American stars, the best signing this offseason has to be the New England Revolutions signing Juan Agudelo to a four year deal.

The 22-year-old Agudelo rejoins the 2014 MLS Cup runners-up after twice been unable to complete a move to Stoke City due to his inability to get a work permit.

Jermaine Jones as a defender

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Jermaine Jones is working on a transformation from midfielder to defender for the USMNT, a move that might extend his career. Read More

OFFICIAL: 2015 Philadelphia Union schedule released

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MLS released the 2015 schedule today, and while we knew what the first two matches were for some time now (Colorado Rapids on March 7 at 4:00 PM is burned into our brains), the Philadelphia Union fans can start planning for the rest of the season.

Obviously for Union fans, trips to D.C. United on May 30 and July 6, New York Red Bulls on May 24 and October 18, and New York City FC on April 16 are the big ones.

Best of ’14: The Memories

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Before the curtains drop on 2014, the New England Soccer Today writers got together to discuss their favorite soccer memories of the past year and what a year it was.

Between the early-season wallopings the Revs put on the Sounders and Union, to the U.

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Revs Academy’s Herivaux to Enroll at Providence

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New England Revolution U-18 midfielder Zach Herivaux will enroll at Providence College, per a release from the club, which announced the college commitments of eight otherU-18 players on Thursday.

Herivaux, 18, will join the Friars for their defense of the BIG EAST championship for the upcoming season.

Report: Agudelo Closing in on Germany Move

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Former New England Revolution striker Juan Agudelo has been without a club for the past eight months, but may be close to joining Germany's 1860 Munich. According to a Goal.com report, Agudelo is currently considering an offer from the Bundesliga 2 side. 1860 Munich is also the club that gave Revolution legend Taylor Twellman his professional start before the striker joined New England in MLS.

UNCW’s VanCompernolle Gets Preseason Trial

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Another undrafted college senior will get the chance to earn a spot on the New England Revolution roster as University of North Carolina Wilmington defender Jacob VanCompernolle has been invited to join the club for preseason camp, according to a release from UNCW.

Rudy to Join Revs for Preseason

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Georgetown graduateTyler Rudy is set to join the New England Revolution for preseason training after the club selected the midfielderas a discovery player when he went undrafted in the 2015 MLS SuperDraft according to a release from Georgetown University athletics.

Fenelus Tabbed by Revs in 3rd Round

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Marc Fenelusis in a class by himself. Literally.

The Cal State Fullerton forward became the sole member of the 2015 New England Revolution draft class afterthey used their lone pick toselecthimin the third round (47th overall) of Tuesday's MLS SuperDraft.

Fenelus, 22, was tabbed by the Revolution with the only pick which they acquired from Colorado last monthin a deal involving Geoffrey Castillion and Dimitry Imbongo at their disposal this year.

Four More Sporting CP Options for Revs

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The Revolution brain trust will be in Lisbon later this week to meet with Sporting CP officials about potential player acquisitions namely, Héldon. But the Cape Verdean International isn't the only player the Revolution are reportedly interested in.

So which other Sporting products could Michael Burns & Co.

Revs Ink Okoli Following Trade w/ Seattle

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Days after acquiring him from the Seattle Sounders for a second-round pick, the New England Revolution signed second-year striker Sean Okoli to a deal on Monday.

Terms of the deal were not disclosed, per league policy. Okoli'sguaranteed compensationfigure for 2014 was$48,750.

Revs Target Héldon Scores in AFCON Opener

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Rumored Revolution target Héldon put together a convincing showcase in Cape Verde's 1-1 draw to Tunisia in their opening match of the African Cup of Nations tournament.

After Mohammed Ali Moncer put Tunisia on top in the 70th minute, the Sporting CP winger scored the equalizer from the spot in the 77th minute after he was fouled inside the box.

Fagundez Held Out of Uruguay’s Win vs. Brazil

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Two daysremoved frommaking his international debut with the Uruguay U-20s, Diego Fagundez washeld out of the lineup in his squad's 2-0 win over Brazil inSaturday's Group Bmatch of the South American Youth Championship.

Fagundez, who went 64 minutes in Thursday's 1-0 win over Colombia, was thesole starter from the Group Bopener whodid not return tothe lineup.

The Case for Klose

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According to a report in German paper Bild, German striker Miroslav Klose, the all-time leading scorer at the FIFA World Cup, is mulling a move to Major League Soccer. If the price is right, the experienced goal scorer could be just what the New England Revolution need to become true MLS Cup favorites in 2015.

Source: Sporting CP Open to Héldon Move

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Members of the Revolution front office will fly to Lisbon next week to meet withSportingCP officialsto furthertheir partnership, andboth are open to discussing a move forLeões wingerHéldon Ramos,according to a source.

TheRevolutioninitially learned that Héldon could be available for a move to New England earlier this week.

Fagundez Debuts for Uruguay

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Any fleeting hopes that Diego Fagundez, who faced a four-year wait for American citizenship, would play for theUnited Statessomeday died Thursday in Maldonado where he started for the Uruguay U-20s ina1-0 win over Colombia in Group Bplay of theSouth American Youth Championship.

Report: Okoli Sent to Revs as Future Considerations for 33rd Pick

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The Seattle Sounders sent Homegrown Player Sean Okoli to the New England Revolution to complete a draft-day deal that involved the 33rd overall pick, per a report.

Okoli, 21, played in three games with the Sounders last season, all as a substitute. He was signed by the club to a Homegrown Player contract prior to the start of the 2014 season.

Revs Trade 33rd Pick for Future Considerations

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Without a first-round pick at their disposal, Thursday's SuperDraft wasn't going to be an eventful one for the Revolution in the first place. But a last-minute, draft day deal with the Seattle Sounders delivered plenty of intrigue.

Moments before it was scheduled to make its first selection in the second round (33rd overall), the Revolution traded the pick to the Seattle Sounders for future considerations.

5 Things the Revs Can Do with the 33rd Pick

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No, Revolution fans, Wikipedia does not deceive you: For the first time seven years, the local XI approach draft day without a top 10 pick. Or a first-round pick. Or even an early second-rounder, for that matter.

After trading this year's first round pick which would've been #20 to Sporting Kansas City for thenewly re-signedTeal Bunbury, the Revolution won't be selecting until the second round, specifically, the 33rd spot.

Bunbury’s Back

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The New England Revolution assured a major part of their 2014 Eastern Conference Champion team will return in 2015 after re-signing forward Teal Bunbury to a multi-year deal. New England now has 10 of 11 starters from last year's impressive run to MLS Cup under contract for 2014.

5 Revs Matches That’ll Catch Our Attention in ’15

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On Wednesday, we got our first look at the Revolution's 34-game schedule, a list that features ahealthy doseof notable matchups, storylines and potential shenanigans.

But whichof the 34jump outat usthe most? We're glad you asked.

Nguyen, Jones Get Call for Winter Camp

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Revolution midfielders Lee Nguyen and Jermaine Jones were calledinto U.S. Men's National Team camp on Friday. The camp kicks off on Monday at the StubHub Center in Carson, Calif. and will run through Feb. 8.

Nguyen and Jones are among 28 players who were invited to the annual January camp by coach Jurgen Klinsmann.

USOC Backs Boston for 2024 Games; Good for Revs?

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In a development that could impact the future of a soccer specific stadium for the New England Revolution, the U.S. Olympic Committeetapped Boston as its bid city for the 2024 Summer Games on Thursday.

"Today's selection by the USOC is the beginning of an incredible opportunity for Boston," said the city's bid chairman, John Fish, who will be part of a celebratory news conference Friday with the USOC leadership.

Revs Open Preseason Camp on 1/22

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Preparations for the 2015 season will officiallycommence for the New England Revolutionon Jan. 22 when they kick off their preseason camp at Gillette Stadium.

The club will spend its four days of camp in Foxborough before departing for on Jan.

Get Your Calendars Ready

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Get ready to make use of those new calendars.

Weeks afterMLS released the date and opponenteach club's home opener, theRevolution'sfull 2015 regular season schedule was revealed on Wednesday.

The Revolution will kick off their defense of the Eastern Conference crown on Mar.

New Year, New Needs

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Revolution Head Coach Jay Heaps has a lot of roster spots to fill before the 2015 season kicks off. (Photo credit: Chris Aduama/aduamaphotography.com)

The New England Revolution finished the 2014 season on an incredible run that led the team to its fifth MLS Cup before coming up just short against the Los Angeles Galaxy.

The Rest

Rapids, Revs Draw In Jameson Night Preview

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Saturday night the Rapids had their 2nd of 4 games in AZ, facing off against MLS Cup finalists New England. The starting XI:

Irwin Hairston - Watts - Sjoberg - Harrington Pittinari - Sarvas Sanchez - Torres - Ramirez Badji
Badji was the only unsigned player to start, while we got our first look at our new DP Ramirez.

Jones’ Mind on Midfield for Revs

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At the moment, the Revolution have a gaping hole to fill at center back. They also have a midfielder who's transitioning to a spot in the heart of the U.S. midfield. But in this instance, one plus one doesn't equal two.

While A.J. Soares' future in New England remains murky at best, it appears that Jermaine Jones, who donned the 8 shirt like a cape last season for the Revolution, won't be filling the void anytime soon.

Soccer News Update: MLS, Messi, and Rangers

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A former MLS coach talks and so does Lionel Messi in the latest twist to his future with Barcelona in Tuesday's soccer news update. Read More