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MLS: New England Revolution Striker Kei Kamara Shown Yellow Card For Twerking (Video)

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Yesterday was 'Decision Day' over in MLS i.e, the last day of the regular season in which teams make their final, desperate play to reach the play-offs, etc.

Needing to overturn a largegoal differencedisparity to sneak into the play-offs themselves, New England Revolution could only manage a 3-0 win over Montreal Impact.

Playing for next season with a game left in MLS

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Game 34 of the 2016 MLS season means different things for clubs already focusing on what they need to do for better results in 2017.

Ola Kamara brace guides Crew past Revs to keep playoff hopes alive

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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.

Don Garber believes Revolution will have soccer-specific stadium by 2021

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The New England Revolution will have their own soccer-specific stadium in five years. At least, Don Garber thinksso.

Garber recentlytold in a wide-ranging interview that he thinks the Revolution will be playing in their own stadium by 2021.

Major Link Soccer: Atlanta United reportedly name their first manager

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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.

FC Dallas sends its Open Cup message

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FC Dallas won the 2016 US Open Cup and let the rest of MLS know that it's in the hunt for all of the trophies in 2016.


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 1, Fire 2: Playoff hopes dim as the Revs lose to the Fire

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The Revs lose to the Chicago Fire, who are last in the East.

The New England Revolution's quest to earn a playoff spot became much more difficult on Sunday, as the team lost 2-1 to the Chicago Fire.

Chicago grabbed the game's opening goal after just nine minutes. Brandon Vincent was the catalyst, as he combined with David Accam before hitting a cross from the left flank.

Fire Eradicates Revs Playoff Hopes

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The New England Revolution needed a win and some help on Sunday to keep a realistic hope of a playoff spot alive. The Revolution got the help they needed from other results, but couldn't take care of business themselves, falling 2-1 to the last place Chicago Fire at Toyota Park in Bridgeview, Ill.

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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.

Fire 2 Revolution 1 - recap and ratings

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Juan Agudelo called in to U.S. National Team

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Juan Agudelo could play against New Zealand on Tuesday.

New England Revolution forward Juan Agudelo has been called up to the U.S. Men's National Team ahead of a friendly against New Zealand on October 11 at RFK Stadium in Washington, D.C.

Agudelo, 23, has earned 19 caps to date and most recently suited up for the USMNT on June 10, 2015 for a friendly against Germany.

Revolution 3, Impact 1 - Three Thoughts As New England Climbs Back Into Playoffs

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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.

U.S. Open Cup Final: The SBI Breakdown

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FC Dallas lifted the club's first trophy in 19 years on Tuesday night. With it, came a bit of vindication, a bit of validation, a bit of proof that the club's investments had finally paid off.

Build on a core that are yet to enter their prime years, FC Dallas surged past the New England Revolution, 4-2, on Tuesday night.

Sporting Kansas City

Sounders will preseason in Tucson, again

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Even as the 2016 season marches on, Seattle Sounders FC are making plans to begin their 2017 campaign. They will once again head down to Tucson for a portion of their 2017 preseason to take part in the Desert Friendlies as one of seven MLS clubs participating, along with Portland Timbers, Sporting Kansas City, San Jose Earthquakes, New England Revolution, Real Salt Lake, and a final team to be announced later.

Revolution v. Sporting KC: Three Thoughts

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This Juan Agudelo belongs on the USMNT, and two more thoughts.

The New England Revolution kept their playoff hopes alive on Saturday by defeating Sporting KC 3-1. Kei Kamara and Juan Agudelo each had a goal and assist on a night where the Revs' attack was free-flowing. Here are three thoughts from the win.

Defensive Marking Issues Plague KC in Loss to New England

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Sporting Kansas City's playoff hopes took a bit of a hit tonight (at least for an hour or so until the Portland Timbers lost) as they fell 3-1 to the New England Revolution on the road. Sporting KC's defense had issues all night dealing with the New England attack that forced KC into a number of difficult positions.

Revs stay alive with win over Sporting KC

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The New England Revolution picked up a vital win to remain in the playoff hunt while also pushing Sporting KC into a dangerous position in the cutthroat Western Conference.

Goals from Kei Kamara and Juan Agudelo led the way as the Revs stormed past Sporting KC, 3-1, at Gillette Stadium.

Match Day 32: Last Trip Out of Conference

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Sporting Kansas City close out the Eastern Conference portion of their season tomorrow when they will take on the New England Revolution at Gillette Stadium. This is the first time the two teams have met since May of last year and the two teams are both going to be fighting for their playoff lives. While Kansas City is currently in a playoff spot, they could put themselves one step closer to qualification with a win tomorrow.

MLS Week 31: A Look Ahead

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With only three weeks left in the MLS regular season, the pressure is cranking up for a few teams on either side of the red line.

One of several marquee matcheson Saturday features FC Dallas hosting the LA Galaxy. These teams are separated by five points, but the Colorado Rapids have games in hand on both sides, adding more incentive to already heated matchup.

Revolution hope Kelyn Rowe will play against Sporting KC

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Rowe returns to practice after being hospitalized last week.

When the New England Revolution took the field against Columbus Crew SC this past weekend, there was a noticeable absence from the starting lineup. That's because Kelyn Rowe had to miss the game after being hospitalized due to an infection and inflammation in his small intestine.

MLS Look Ahead: Week 30

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With only five weeks left in the MLS regular season, the race to the playoffs is heating up.

A battle between first and second place in the Eastern Conference highlights the action this weekend, with Toronto FC hosting the New York Red Bulls on Sunday.

Veljko Paunovic

Fire Deliver on Pauno’s Promise

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Chicago Fire coach Veljko Paunovic was adamant that his team reward the home fans with a victory in the team's final home game on Sunday, and his players did not disappoint, knocking off the New England Revolution 2:1. The Fire played simple and fluid football and were not far away from finding the back of the net on several occasions.

Fire v Revolution match preview

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What Are They All About? New England Revolution

Either the glass is ¼ full or ¾ empty. The Chicago Fire tied longtime rival Columbus Crew on Thursday evening 2-2 at Toyota Park. The penultimate home match for Chicago was a heated affair on what was otherwise a frigid and windy October night.

Fire notebook - season winds down, Columbus rematch

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The Fire are out of playoff contention but they could eliminate Columbus with a win on Thursday night. They can also do some damage to the New England Revolution (currently in 7th), and Toronto FC (vying for the top spot in the East) in the last two matches of the season. Veljko Paunovic isn't recapping the season just yet.

2016 MLS season

When is an MLS club in crisis?

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The New England Revolution saw their playoff hopes all but dashed, quickly turning them into a crisis club in Monday's soccer news update.

Rowe wins MLS Player of the Week

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Revs midfielder Kelyn Rowe took MLS Player of the Week honors with two goals with the state of the Eastern Conference very much in question.

Montreal Impact

Union fight to stay above red line

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Two home games. Philadelphia Union need to win. PSP's Dan Walsh looks at the playoff chances of the Union and their top competitors.

Revs bounce back from USOC defeat with win over Impact

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Just several days after falling in the U.S. Open Cup finale, the New England Revolution bounced back with a big win to move into a playoff position.

Kelyn Rowe led the way with two goals an assist, as the Revs took down the Montreal Impact, 3-1, at Stade Saputo.

Revolution v. Impact: Injury Reports

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Gershon Koffie and Je-Vaughn Watson are out.

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.

The Rest

The Bull & Its Horns: Q&A with Toros’ captain Kevin Garcia

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The undisputed leader of RGVFC in their first season, captain Kevin Garcia discusses his Toros' time, being with the Dynamo, and how fast he truly is.

It was the first ever season for RGVFC in 2016. They had their perfect coach in Wilmer Cabrera, and their perfect captain in defender Kevin Garcia.

GAME THREAD: Philadelphia Union vs. New York Red Bulls

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It's the last game of the regular season. If things go well, it won't be the last game of the year.

It's the last match of the regular season, and the Philadelphia Union host the New York Red Bulls. While that would normally light a fire in the bellies of the players and fans, this time it seems like more of an afterthought.

Je-Vaughn Watson undergoes surgery

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Je-Vaughn Watson will be sidelined 6-8 weeks after undergoing surgery to correct a sports hernia.

Je-Vaughn Watson will miss Sunday's season finale after undergoing surgery to correct a sports hernia. The defender will be sidelined for the next 6-8 weeks, according to New England Revolution senior staff writer Jeff Lemieux.

Revs all but knocked out of postseason picture with loss to Fire

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Facing the conference's worst team, the New England Revolution had a favorable schedule for their push to the playoffs, but a shock upset all but eliminated them on Sunday afternoon.

The Chicago Fire played spoiler, knocking off the Revs, 2-1, at Toyota Park in a match that saw both sides reduced to 10 men.

Oguchi Onyewu trains as guest of New York Cosmos

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Oguchi Onyewu remains without a club, but it remains unlikely that the former U.S. Men's National Team defender will be signing with the New York Cosmos following a recent training stint.

The 34-year-old defender recently trained with the Cosmos. However, a club spokesman told SBIthat Onyewu is being viewed as "just a guest", while adding that it is unlikely the team makes any more signings this season.

Kei Kamara “definitely“ plans to be a Revolution player next year

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Kei Kamara predicts he'll be in New England for the foreseeable future.

It was a deadline-day deal that saw Kei Kamara join the New England Revolution in May 2016. Despite the hastiness of the transaction, Kamara predicts that he'll be in Foxborough for the foreseeable future.

The topic was recently brought up by Jason Davis of Sirius XM.

Kelyn Rowe Signs Extension with Revolution

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The former first round pick has been a mainstay for New England since he entered the league and

The New England Revolution midfielder Kelyn Rowe has signed a new contract with the club. Per team and league policy the terms and details of the contract were not disclosed.

The versatile, 24 year-old midfielder has been a consistent contributor for the Revs since he was drafted 3rd overall in the 2012 SuperDraft and set a career high in minutes played and starts with 29 already in 2016 with three games left to play.

Soccer Sunday: Your Running Commentary

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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.

Luis Figo and Gilberto Silva Could've Been Members of the #NERevs

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Stevie Nicol talks about his final years as the coach of the Revolution.

Luis Figo and Gilberto Silva could have been members of the New England Revolution, according to former New England Revolution coach Stevie Nicol.

In his autobiography 5 League Titles and a Packet of Crisps, Nicol opened up about his final years with the Revolution.

MLS commissioner says he'd be "shocked" if Revs don't have a stadium in 5 years

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Hey, five years isn't that far away!

The New England Revolution could have a soccer-specific stadium within five years, according to MLS commissioner Don Garber.

On the same day that the Revs were beaten 4-2 by FC Dallas in the U.S. Open Cup Final, Garber spoke to Sports Illustrated on a variety of topics.