New England Revolution

Kei Kamara

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.

Embattled Kei Kamara could be Revs' best chance at making postseason

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FOXBOROUGH One week after New England Revolution forward Kei Kamara spoke candidly to the media about whether coach Jay Heaps' system is a good system for his skill set, all eyes were on how the 32-year-old Designated Player would respond on Saturday against the Philadelphia Union.

Video: Kei Kamara goes on Twitter rant after being fined over socks

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Yes @MLS fines only KEI KAMARA $1,250 . pic.twitter.com/HPNYcnc7Nd

- KEI KAMARA (@keikamara) July 20, 2017


Chicago Fire

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Back on track. This past weekend the Chicago Fire defeated the New England Revolution 4-1 at Toyota Park. Although their opponent had been quickly slipping down the standings, the Fire's attitude remained firm and their performance was one that highlighted their strengths.

Fire get back on track with lopsided win over Revs

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The Chicago Fire ended July with the team's first real cold streak of the season. They began August with yet another comprehensive victory.

Following a two-match losing skid, the Fire bounced back in a big way with a 4-1 win over the New England Revolution.

Major League Soccer

Major Link Soccer: Krisztian Nemeth lands with New England Revolution

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But the revs paid dearly for him. Arsene Wenger says it won't be long before women manage PL teams. Paul Arriola is ready to hit the ground running in DC.

Seattle

The early season for the Seattle Sounders certainly had some rough patches, but here we are again in a late summer surge, and it's feeling a little familiar.

Around The Forest: Portland Timbers struggling with defensive issues

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The MLS transfer window closes, DC United the busiest team in MLS and more transfer news!

Portland:

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Portland Timbers coach Caleb Porter started his preferred center back pairing in Liam Ridgewell and Larrys Mabiala for the first time this season in Portland's 3-1 win over the LA Galaxy last week.

SBI MLS Power Rankings: Week 21

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It was a week of mismatches in MLS, as multiple teams won big.

Four teams won by an astounding 4-0 scoreline over the weekend. Toronto FC, the New York Red Bulls, Minnesota United, and the Vancouver Whitecaps all emerged victorious by that massive result.

All-Star Game over - New England next for Fire

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Real Madrid defeated the MLS All-Stars on penalty kicks last night. Bastian Schweinsteiger and Johan Kappelhof started and played the first half. Dax McCarty and Nemanja Nikolic came on for the second half. McCarty played a pivotal part in MLS' tying goal but the Fire's focus is now back on facing New England at Toyota Park on Saturday.

SBI MLS Rookie of the Month: Jack Elliott

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The Philadelphia Union's season has certainly seen some ups and downs, but Jack Elliott's presence at the back has certianly exceeded all expectations.

Elliott continued to be a vital piece of the Union's backline throughout July, starting all six of the club's matches throughout the month.

MLS Weekend Rewind: Week 21

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There were goals aplenty in this week's MLS action, as four teams put up four goals each in high-powered showings.

A late equalizer from Hector Villalba salvaged a draw for Atlanta United, 1-1, against Orlando City. (READ)

A two-goal game from Kei Kamara boosted the New England Revolution to a 3-0 win over the Philadelphia Union.

Kei Kamara's two-goal game boosts Revolution past Union

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FOXBOROUGH The New England Revolution capitalized on the momentum from their win a week ago to finish off the Philadelphia Union 3-0 on Saturday night at Gillette Stadium.

Kei Kamara scored twice and Juan Agudelo added a goal for the Revs against the Andre Blake-less Union.

Kamara scored for the second straight weekend, notching his first brace in over a year, while Agudelo making his first appearance back with the team after winning the CONCACAF Gold Cup final on Wednesday subbed on in the 67th minute and then headed home the final goal in the 89th minute.

Match report: New England Revolution 3-0 Philadelphia Union

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Stuck in first gear, Philadelphia Union failed to trouble the New England Revolution, who rode a brace from Kei Kamara to a 3-0 victory.

Union news and previews, MLS transfer news: Brotherly Game Daily Links 7/29/17

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Preview of tonight's game, more MLS transfers and more in today's links.

Philadelphia Union News

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The Union look to inch ever closer to the red line, facing off against a Revolution team trying to do the same.

MLS Ticker: Orlando City rejects Besiktas bid for Larin, Revs sign centerback, and more

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Even after acquiring striker Dom Dwyer in a trade with Sporting Kansas City, Orlando City has turned down an offer for Cyle Larin.

According to Goal, Orlando City has rejected an offer from Turkish outfit Besiktas for the Canadian striker. Besiktas has won back-to-back Turkish league titles but were "nowhere close" in their valuation of the 22-year-old striker, according to the report.

MLS Ticker: Orlando City rejects Besikyas bid for Larin, Revs sign centerback, and more

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Even after acquiring striker Dom Dwyer in a trade with Sporting Kansas City, Orlando City has turned down an offer for Cyle Larin.

According to Goal, Orlando City has rejected an offer from Turkish outfit Besiktas for the Canadian striker. Besiktas has won back-to-back Turkish league titles but were "nowhere close" in their valuation of the 22-year-old striker, according to the report.

4 Revolution players that should write an autobiography

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Wouldn't you love to read a book by Shalrie Joseph?

Earlier this week we suggested five books that you should add to your summer reading list. Unfortunately, there wasn't one about the New England Revolution. This got us thinking about who would write the most entertaining autobiography. Here are top choices.

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Average reported attendances for MLS through gameweek 20 of the 2017 season

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Last week was very busy as MLS comes out of the Gold Cup group play break. In a nice change, there were no terrible reported attendances for the seven midweek matches. DC United had a disappointing showing over the weekend given they had rain. Meanwhile, New England Revolution opened up some extra seats for the LA Galaxy’s visit as did Vancouver for its Cascadia Cup game versus Portland.

Average reported attendances for MLS through gameweek 20 of the 2017 season

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Last week was very busy as MLS comes out of the Gold Cup group play break. In a nice change, there were no terrible reported attendances for the seven midweek matches. DC United had a disappointing showing over the weekend given they had rain. Meanwhile, New England Revolution opened up some extra seats for the LA Galaxy’s visit as did Vancouver for its Cascadia Cup game versus Portland.

MLS coaches in trouble?

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By Jason Davis – WASHINGTON, DC (Jul 21, 2017) US Soccer Players - We're just past the halfway point of the 2017 Major League Soccer season. We're fresh off an extended break for the Gold Cup group stage. For some teams, this is the time for regrouping. For others, it's looking at what's already happened and figuring out if the time is right for a change.

MLS: Kei Kamara Posts Wonderful Twitter Rant After Receiving $1,250 Fine For Wearing Odd Socks (Video)

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Once briefly of Norwich and Middlesbrough, Kei Kamara is currently on the books New England Revolution where he recently picked up a fine for the heinous crime of wearing a pair of unauthorised socks.

Indeed, the 32-year-old striker was stung for $1,250 by the MLS top brass for taking to the pitch wearing a pair of Trusox support socks.

Philadelphia Union

Tactical analysis: New England Revolution 3-0 Philadelphia Union

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The Union were undone by a strategy that exposed their fullbacks and their lack of attacking cohesion.

Player ratings: New England Revolution 3-0 Philadelphia Union

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It's not quite August, but another critical – and seriously disheartening – loss to a fellow Eastern Conference contender may spell the end of the Union's playoff hopes. Did anyone show up to play? Check the ratings.

Here’s how Andrew Farrell improved his crossing

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Two games, two assists.

If you want to see how it feels when hard work pays off then watch Andrew Farrell's celebration after he assisted Kei Kamara's second goal on Saturday night. The New England Revolution defender immediately starts to roll on the ground in a move that can best be defined as pure joy.

No Road Revolution Found: New England Revolution 3-0 Philadelphia Union

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It just gets worse and worse for the Philadelphia Union on the road in 2017. They've won one road match all year, and that one match was all the way back in May. Tonight they visited Foxboro and left recipients of a 3-0 defeat at the hands of the New England Revolution.

The Union got off to a slow start in the attack.

Philadelphia Union vs. New England 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.

Match preview: Philadelphia Union v. New England Revolution

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As the Union try to salvage their playoff hopes, they bring their road game up the I-95 corridor north to try and take points from the New England Revolution.

Revolution 4, Galaxy 3: Goal galore as Revs end losing streak

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Revs get their first win since June 3.

The New England Revolution outscored the LA Galaxy 4-3 to collect their first win since June 3. The result halted the Revs' losing streak at four and put them even in the standings with the Philadelphia Union.

Kei Kamara almost nabbed a goal in the 11th minute when he tried to chip goalkeeper Brian Rowe from distance.

LA Galaxy

Revs have little room for error

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Devoid of a superstar, the Revs are team-oriented.

The New England Revolution doesn't have a world-class superstar that can put the team on his back. Instead, they're a team where everyone needs to contribute in order to get a result.

"We're built a little differently, so everyone – and I talked about it in the speech before the game – has to put it in a performance," head coach Jay Heaps explained after Saturday's 4-3 win over the LA Galaxy.

Bunbury brace sends struggling Revolution past Galaxy

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FOXBOROUGH Sitting nine points out of the final Eastern Conference playoff spot and coming off a four-game losing streak, it was put up or shut up time for the New England Revolution in front of a season-high crowd of 27,441 against the LA Galaxy at Gillette Stadium on Saturday.

After scoring for the first time in nearly a year in the Revs' last game, substitute Teal Bunbury struck again with goals in the 70th and 73rd minutes, notching his first brace since May 2012 to boost the Revolution to a 4-3 victory they had to have.

The Rest

Revolution in favor of Video Review in MLS

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Heaps: The reality is I'm a fan of it if they get it right.

On Saturday, the New England Revolution got their first glimpses at Video Review when referee Ismail Elfath inspected two plays. Although it's still new, the Revs like what they've seen so far.

"The reality is I'm a fan of it if they get it right," head coach Jay Heaps explained.

Bunbury is making the type of runs that got the Revs to the MLS Cup Final

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Rowe: "That was a type of run that got us to the finals."

Teal Bunbury only played 136 minutes in the first 17 games of 2017. It was a trying time for the striker, who was a regular starter during his first three seasons with the New England Revolution. Although frustrated, Bunbury remained positive that his time would come.

Teal Bunbury sends Revolution past Whitecaps for third straight home win

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FOXBOROUGH The unlikely catalyst who broke the New England Revolution out of a four-game losing streak struck again on Saturday night as a revitalized Teal Bunbury scored the only goal in a 1-0 victory for the Revs over the Vancouver Whitecaps in front of 19,911at Gillette Stadium.

The Revolution staged a quick counterattack off a goal kick by Whitecaps newcomer Stefan Marinovic in the 53rd minute as Kelyn Rowe headed it forward to Kei Kamara and then got the ball back on the right wing.

MLS agent: Revolution GM is “terrible”

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New York based agent Ron Waxman has some thoughts about Michael Burns.

New York based sports agent Ron Waxman had some choice words about New England Revolution General Manager Michael Burns, saying he's "terrible."

Waxman took aim at Burns and Minnesota United FC Sporting Director Manny Lagos in a tweet sent on Saturday night.

You need to see these Revs commercials

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Best ever? Best ever.

The New England Revolution's marketing campaigns have been hit and miss. The ONE New England slogan works well but these bus ads could've been better. That said, the marketing department were spot on with their most recent television ads.

The premise is simple, two actors dressed as British soldiers pester Bostonians.

Revs Sign French CB Dielna

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The New England Revolution reinforced their back line with the signing of French center back Claude Dielna on Friday.

Dielna, 29, will be added to the roster via either a Designated Player slot or Targeted Allocation Money (TAM) pending receipt of his International Transfer Certificate (ITC) and P-1 Visa.

WATCH: Je-Vaughn Watson Equalizes in Gold Cup Final

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The Revs utility man has leveled the CONCACAF Gold Cup Final against the United States.

New England Revolution midfielder Je-Vaughn Watson scored a 50th minute tying goal for Jamaica against the United States in the 2017 Gold Cup Final.

1 shot, 1 goal for Jamaica!