Thereare still signs of life in the Columbus Crew after they defeated the New England Revolution, 2-0, at MAPFRE Stadium on Sunday night.
Ola Kamara scored both goals in the 42nd and 83rd minute to clinch the victory for the hosts. The Crew have now won two straight matches and are justfive points away from a playoff spot in the Eastern Conference with a game in hand.
It appears former Barcelona Manager Gerardo Martino is on his way to coach in the Dirty South.
Atlanta United have begun laying the ground work to come running into MLS out of the gate, and they appear to have found the manager they believe will take them there: reports out of Argentina link former Barcelona manager Gerardo Martino to the job opening.
The New England Revolution are taking a close look at an experienced American defender.
Former U.S. Men's National Team center back and free agent Oguchi Onyewu is training with the Revs. Although the MLS transfer window is closed, an MLS team would be able to sign free agents like Onyewu until the September 15 roster freeze.
Early news on Gershon Koffie and Je-Vaughn Watson is not good for the New England Revolution.
Both players exited early from Tuesday's U.S. Open Cup Final against FC Dallas, a game that the Revs would ultimately lose 4-2. Koffie, who registered an assist in the 6th minute, departed in the 42nd while Watson left during first half stoppage time.
Rowe could make history tonight and two more things to know.
The New England Revolution have the opportunity to hoist their first U.S. Open Cup trophy since 2007 on Tuesday when they travel to FC Dallas. Here are three things you need to know ahead of the 10 PM kickoff.
1. Tuesday's game might bring on a case of déj vu.
Everyone was complimenting Brad Knighton after Saturday's game.
While Juan Agudelo and Chris Tierney were scoring goals, Brad Knighton was stopping them on the other side of the field.
On Saturday, Knighton made his fourth consecutive start between the pipes. The netminder was sensational against the Colorado Rapids, making two important stops to secure full points for the New England Revolution.
Heading into the weekend, the New England Revolution had been one of MLS' coldest teams. Their opponents, the Colorado Rapids, had been one of the best. However, Saturday night presented a bit of role reversal via an upset win.
Goals from Juan Agudelo and Chris Tierney came in either half, as the Revs toppled the Rapids, 2-0, on Saturday at Gillette Stadium.
No seriously, can we not have the red vs. burgundy matchup today? My eyes still hurt from last year.
In a match that had so much more hype months ago at the beginning of the season, when the New England Revolution traded Jermaine Jones to the Colorado Rapids, we're now left with the shell of what could have been an interesting East-West "rivalry" game.
The Revs will be represented during the international window though Kamara will miss this Saturday's game against the Colorado Rapids.
With fringe United States internationals Juan Agudelo and Lee Nguyen among others missing out on call ups this weekend, it appeared the New England Revolution would not be represented during the international window.
After seeing their crosstown rivals drop points on Saturday, Atletico Madrid will look to leap back into the La Liga race on Sunday morning.
The Spanish powerhouse headlines Sunday's action in a clash with Deportivo La Coruna. Entering Sunday's match, Atletico sits on nine points, five back of league-leaders Real Madrid with a game in hand.
As strange as it is, it's true, the Revs are back above the red line with just four games to play.
For the first time in, I actually don't know when, the New England Revolution currently occupy a spot in the Eastern Conference playoffs, vaulting into sixth place with a 3-1 victory at the Montreal Impact on Saturday night.
The New England Revolution locked up a big win as the playoff picture comes into focus.
A 3-1 home victoryon Saturdayagainst East leaders New York City FC boosted spirits at Gilette Stadium after a difficult run of form.The Revs' loaded attack made its presence known in the match with goals from Juan Agudelo, Lee Nguyen and Diego Fagundez.
In what could be the least surprising MLS news ever, Landon Donovan has decided to unretire and rejoin the LA Galaxy. It's an interesting move that got us thinking about which New England Revolution legends should consider pulling an LD.
Taylor Twellman as Alexander Hamilton? Yes, please.
Every New England Revolution fan has fond memories of the legendary Taylor Twellman. So, it should come as no surprise that they would go to great lengths to make the ESPN commentator feel welcome on ThinkTaylor/Concussion Awareness Night.