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Game Changers wishes the team didn't stand around watching

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Every week we "Monday morning manage" the previous Philadelphia Union games, talking about the major points in the game that changed momentum, led to goals and won or lost the points for the Union. This week, it is the double-header away to New York City FC and the home game against the New England Revolution that will be analyzed.

Match report: Philadelphia Union 1-2 New England Revolution

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Christian Maidana's first goal of the season gave Philadelphia a 1-0 lead, but the Union again failed to hold on and second half goals from Charlie Davies and Teal Bunbury saw New England the 2-1 winners.

Union vs Revolution quick reference

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Get up to speed on the Union-Revolution series history with highlights from our match reports and analysis, video highlights, and match stats.

Columbus Crew

Post Match Interview: Columbus Crew Manager Gregg Berhalter

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Post game interview with the Columbus Crew manager after his teams 0-0 draw against the New England Revolution today.

New England Poor In Draw With Columbus Crew

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The New England and the Columbus Crew drew 0-0 in front of 13,092 fans on a sunny but windy afternoon at Gillette Stadium on Saturday.

With gusts of over 30 miles an hour it was difficult for both sides to string more than a couple of passes together and that contributed to a very scrappy game that was devoid of any real goal scoring chances.

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Stat Check Tuesday

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After picking up their second straight win in Colorado,which extended their current unbeaten run to three,let's take a look at where the Revolution rank in some important statistical categories:

(Note: the following statistics can be found on whoscored.

Five Questions: #NEvMTL

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It's Week 3 of the MLS season, which can only mean one thing: the Revolution home opener is here!

Yes, for the fourth straight year, the league, in its typical passive-aggressive fashion, put the soccer specific stadium-less Revolution on the road first two matches on the road.

Shuttleworth (7 Saves) On MLS Team of Week

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Goalkeeper Bobby Shuttleworth became the first Revolution player to make the MLS Team of the Week in 2015 following his stout performance in Sunday's match against New York City FC.

The Revolution keeper made seven saves against a New York City side that fired a total of 20 shots in their home debut at Yankee Stadium.

Missed Chances Doom Wasteful Revs

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NEW YORK – The difference between walking away with a result and going home empty handed can often be measured in small increments, such as inches and seconds. Just ask the Revolution.

After David Villa put New York City ahead on one-two exchange with Ned Grabavoy, the locals had plenty of chances to file a response.

Major League Soccer

Kelyn Rowe wins MLS Player of the Week

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New England Revolution midfielder Kelyn Rowe scored twice and won the MLS Player of the Week award for Week 4. Read More

MLS attendances for gameweek 4 of the 2015 season

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From the weekend action in MLS during the international break, New England's attendance was hampered by snow and hail.

New York CityFC's ownership, meanwhile, is hoping its 27,000+ will be the norm after the excitement of its home opener (43,000+).

Montreal opened its home season in Olympic Stadium.

MLS attendances for gameweek 4 of the 2015 season

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From the weekend action in MLS during the international break, New England's attendance was hampered by snow and hail.

New York CityFC's ownership, meanwhile, is hoping its 27,000+ will be the norm after the excitement of its home opener (43,000+).

Montreal opened its home season in Olympic Stadium.

MLS Week 4: Tough conditions and lack of chances

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MLS had a first in Week 4 of the 2015 season, a league game finishing without either team putting a shot on goal. Read More

Post Match Interview San Jose Earthquakes Coach Dominic Kinnear

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San Jose Earthquakes coach Dominic Kinnear after his sides 2-1 defeat to the New England Revolution.

MLS attendances from gameweek 3 of the 2015 season

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New England Revolution's home opener was nothing to speak of, with only 14,189 in attendance to watch the 0-0 draw with Montreal Impact.

Philadelphia may have suffered from a game day switch due to weather, with their Friday night match being postponed due to snow but rescheduled for Saturday afternoon.

MLS attendances from gameweek 3 of the 2015 season

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New England Revolution's home opener was nothing to speak of, with only 14,189 in attendance to watch the 0-0 draw with Montreal Impact.

Philadelphia may have suffered from a game day switch due to weather, with their Friday night match being postponed due to snow but rescheduled for Saturday afternoon.

Post Match Interview: Montreal Impact coach Frank Klopas

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Montreal Impact coach Frank Klopas talking about his sides 0-0 draw with the New England Revolution.

MLS Team Of The Week And David Villa Did Not Make It

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NYC FC captain David Villa might have named MLS Player of the Week for his performance against the New England Revolution last week, but he does not even make the whoscored.com starting XI.

The whoscored.com ratings are statistically driven and while Villa played well against the Revs, his 8.

Plenty of Room for Improvement

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After opening the season with back-to-back losses and no goals to show for their efforts, the Revolution know there's plenty of room for improvement going into Saturday's home opener against the Impact.

For Revolution left back Chris Tierney, whose play was one of the bright spots in Sunday's 2-0 loss to New York City FC, the squad must get back to the basics during training this week in order to get win no.

10 things we learned from MLS gameweek 2

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Here are the 10 things we learned from MLS gameweek 2:

1. A Little Joy For NYCFC

NYCFC's rollout was rough. It ranged from brutally mismanaged to the deliberately misleadingin the signing of Frank Lampard. The team still doesn't have a stadium plan, the New York Yankees are moaning about their use of Yankee Stadium, and what became painfully obvious over the last year was that MLS saw Manchester City's money, saw the New York City location, and rushed a franchise to debut before it was ready.

10 things we learned from MLS gameweek 2

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Here are the 10 things we learned from MLS gameweek 2:

1. A Little Joy For NYCFC

NYCFC's rollout was rough. It ranged from brutally mismanaged to the deliberately misleadingin the signing of Frank Lampard. The team still doesn't have a stadium plan, the New York Yankees are moaning about their use of Yankee Stadium, and what became painfully obvious over the last year was that MLS saw Manchester City's money, saw the New York City location, and rushed a franchise to debut before it was ready.

Revs Lose In New York To Remain Winless On The Season

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The New England Revolution dropped their second consecutive game to open the 2015 MLS season, suffering a 2-0 loss to New York City FC on Sunday evening at Yankee Stadium.

NYC FC, playing their inaugural home game, got goals on either side of halftime from David Villa and former Revs Patrick Mullins to claim their first win in MLS.

Watch New York City FC 2-0 New England match highlights [VIDEO]

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MLS Team Of The Week – Week One

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Using the stats from whiskered.com, here is a look at the MLS Team of the Week for the opening week of the season. Note that only the best performing player for each position is displayed.

According to the stats, the best performance in week one was Seattle Sounders center half Chad Marshall against the New England Revolution.

MSU’s Spangenberg Signs with Revolution

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MSU Goalie Trevor Spangenberg

Springfield, MO- Major League Soccer franchise New England Revolution has signed former Missouri State goalkeeper Trevor Spangenberg to a professional contract.

Spangenberg, who served as a backup in the MLS last season for Chivas USA, became a free agent once the club folded at the conclusion of the 2014 season.

Defensive Woes Sink Revs In Seattle

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After much anticipation the New England Revolution opened their 2015 MLS season with a 3-0 defeat at CenturyLink Field in Seattle on Sunday night.

Playing just over three months after losing in the MLS Cup 2014, New England looked a shadow of the side that lost to LA. Without AJ Soares (departure) and Jermain Jones (injury) the Revs had a softness at the back thatClint Dempsey and Obafemi Martins were more than happy to take advantage of.

Everything You Need to Know about the 2015 MLS Season…The Round Table Edition

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3 to See: Fenerbahce v Galatasaray, the return of MLS and Ecuador’s Shipyard Derby

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San Jose Earthquakes

MLS Team Of Week: What Two Revs Made It

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A look at the whoscored.com MLS Team of the Week shows that for the first time, two New England Revolution players made the Best X1 as Chris Tierney and Kelyn Rowe impressed in the Revs win over the San Jose Earthquakes at the weekend.

With his two goals I thought that Rowe had a chance for Player of the Week honors, but his performance was only the second best performance of week four as Sporting Kansas defender Ike Opara had an even better day in SKC's 1-0 win over New York City FC.

New England Revolution Picks Up First Win Of Season

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The New England beat the San Jose Earthquakes 2-1 in front of 10,688 fans on a cold and damp afternoon at Gillette Stadium on Saturday.

Revs headed into the San Jose game with only one point on the season, and that came in last weekend's 0-0 draw with the Montreal Impact.

Heading into the game my three keys from a New England Revolution perspective were:

  1. How solid will the defense be with Jose Goncalves back in the line-up?

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Seattle Sounders FC 3 – 0 New England Revolution | Fotos

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Archivado en: Fútbol MLS, Fotos, Fotos 2015 Tagged: 3-0, CenturyLink Field, Clint DEMPSEY, ECS, Leo GONZÁLEZ, Marco PAPPA, New England Revolution, Obafemi MARTINS, Penalty, Sigi SCHMID, Tyrone MEARS

Dempsey y Martins, a mil revoluciones

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Seattle Sounders FC 3 0 New England Revolution DEMPSEY 25´ (penalty), MARTINS 41´, DEMPSEY 67´ La angustia para la defensa de los New England Revolution es evidente en esta imagen tras el gol de cabeza del delantero de los Sounders FC Obafemi MARTINS (número 9) al minuto 41 en centro perfecto de Tyrone MEARS [.

Antes del Revolution, la calma se apodera de los Sounders en una nueva temporada

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De cara a una nueva temporada, la septima, los Seattle Sounders han liberado energias previo al primer partido del 2015 frente al New England Revolution el domingo por la noche en el CenturyLink Field (6:30 pm PDT / Fox Sports 1, Fox Deportes), con par de actividades publicas que incluyeron la presentación de la nueva [.

The Rest

Soccer News: Revs juggle

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Friday's soccer news update has the New England Revolution players entertaining and a case for the Championship. Read More

Match Day 4: Still Searching for a Win

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Sporting KC are back on the road for their fourth game of the season as they travel to New York City to take on the expansion New York City FC at Yankee Stadium. Kansas City is still searching for their first win of the season after two home draws and a road loss to Dallas. New York on the other hand is actually unbeaten on the season with a 1-0-2 record after a 0-0 draw on the road last week against Colorado.

New England Revolutions Struggles Continue In 0-0 Home Draw

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The New England and the Montreal Impact drew 0-9 on a damp afternoon at Gillette Stadium today. The draw was the first points for both sides this season.

Revs headed into the Montreal game on the back of two disappointing defeats at Seattle and New York. Both defeats exposed a soft underbelly to the New England defence.

New England Revolution 2015 Preview

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The last time we saw the New England Revolution in a competitive match, they lost 2-1 the LA Galaxy in the MLS Cup. Having lost just two of the 18 players that suited up against the Galaxy, the Revs enter the 2015 season as the team to beat in the Eastern Conference.

2015 Prospectus
The return of Juan Agudelo, who scored seven goals for the Revs in 2013, significantly improves the Revs attack.