New England Revolution

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Trying to make a run in the East

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By Jason Davis – WASHINGTON DC (Apr 18, 2018) US Soccer Players - Let's start this discussion about the Eastern Conference of Major League Soccer by putting aside three teams: NYCFC, Atlanta United, and Toronto FC.

That's the elite of both the Eastern Conference and MLS. You'd be hard-pressed to find anyone who disagrees that those teams belong at the top.

Brad Friedel: I have no issues with Lee Nguyen

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We are seven weeks into the 2018 Major League Soccer season and New England Revolution midfielder Lee Nguyen has yet to make an appearance.

The U.S. international had reportedly hoped to seek a trade away from New England ahead of the start of this current season, but is under contract through 2018 with options for 2019 and 2020.

MLS Ticker: NYCFC's Herrera 'ready for Europe', Union sign defender and more

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Yangel Herrera has been one of the best young players in MLS since making the move to NYCFC, but the Venezuelan midfielder's eyes are now set on a move elsewhere.

"I am ready for Europe," Herrera said, according to AS. "I feel good and I would really like to make the jump."

Herrera is on loan to NYCFC from Manchester City and has started all seven of NYCFC's games this season.

The MLS report: Laundry week

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It's time for the recap of the week that was in MLS. We take a look at a marquee matchup, some clean sheets, and how the Union's next opponent fared.

Will New England’s approach change youth soccer?

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By Charles Boehm – WASHINGTON, DC (Apr 13, 2018) US Soccer Players - The New England Revolution's academy is not generally known as one of the pacesetters in MLS or US youth soccer. To date, the MLS team has signed four Homegrown Players in total.

The MLS report: the best week*

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It was almost the best week in MLS history. Instead, we got confirmation of the undisputed best team in league history. We take a look at Toronto's success and the Red Bulls failure.

Revs smash four past 10-man Impact

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Anytime you can take control of a match in its early stages, you're putting yourself in a great position to earn positive results, and the New England Revolution did just that on Friday night.

The Revolution used a pair of first-half goals and added another pair after halftime to roll past the 10-man Montreal Impact, 4-0, at Gillette Stadium.

MLS Weekend Rewind: Week 5

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In a week headlined by Zlatan Ibrahimovic, there was plenty of action all around across MLS.

Jozy Altidore pushed the LA Galaxy to a 3-1 win over Real Salt Lake. (READ)

Second half goals propelled the Vancouver Whitecaps past the Columbus Crew. (READ)

Orlando City edged the New York Red Bulls, 4-3, in a back-and-forth thriller.

The MLS report: Week Four

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Another week, another Union bye. Here's the latest recap of the week that was in MLS.

MLS recap: Week 2

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We're trying something new — a weekly recap of all the MLS action. This week's storylines include Champions League success, a rash of late winners, and goals galore.

MLS Week 2: Another win for LAFC, three points for Revs

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It's two wins in a row to start the 2018 MLS regular season for expansion team LAFC, beating Real Salt Lake 5-1 away. Joao Plata put RSL up in the 20th minute with Diego Rossi equalizing for LAFC in the 30th. Latif Blessing scored for LAFC in the 33rd with Benny Feilhaber adding a goal in the 47th.

Tierney's last-gasp goal helps Revolution top Rapids in home opener

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The New England Revolution only put two shots on goal on Tuesday afternoon, but that was a good enough to beat the Colorado Rapids in their home opener as Chris Tierney's 93rd-minute free kick deflected in off the wall to give the Revs a 2-1 win at Gillette Stadium.

The 32-year-old left back used his seniority to take the shot instead of Diego Fagundez, and he caught goalkeeper Tim Howard wrong-footed as his volley deflected left and into the upper center part of goal to seal the result.

MLS Ticker: Alessandrini out, Revs reportedly shopping Nemeth and more

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Romain Alessandrini will miss the LA Galaxy's match against New York City FC this weekend thanks to a hamstring injury suffered in the second half of Sunday's clash with the Portland Timbers.

"He has a little bit of a hamstring strain," head coach Sigi Schmid said. "He went back to the doctor today, so we'll have a better idea what the long-term prognosis is.

Houston Dynamo

Houston Dynamo vs San Jose Earthquakes: How to watch, lineups and game updates

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The Dynamo are on the road for a late game against San Jose.

Updates

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Who

Houston Dynamo vs San Jose Earthquakes

What

The Dynamo are on the road against the Earthquakes after their game last weekend was rescheduled. In their last game the Dynamo lost 2-0 to the New England Revolution at their home field.

Pick the Starting Lineup: Houston Dynamo vs. the San Jose Earthquakes

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Who should Wilmer Cabrera start against the San Jose Earthquakes?

The Houston Dynamo had the week off with their opponent, the New York Red Bulls, playing in CONCACAF Champions League. The San Jose Earthquakes played a tough 1-1 draw against the Philadelphia Union this past Saturday. The Dynamo last played March 31st in a 0-2 loss to the New England Revolution which saw DaMarcus Beasley earn a red card.

Despite finishing woes, Alberth Elis is on fire

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While he hasn't done enough in front of goal, everything La Panterita is touching turns to gold.

Two minutes into the Houston Dynamo's March 31 game against the New England Revolution, Alberth Elis gave us another glittering display of pure play-making and athleticism:

I present 2018 Alberth Elis, who can turn every corner, bait every defender and make every one of his possessions electric: pic.

Houston Dynamo vs New England Revolution Final Score: Red card, goals down the Dynamo against the Revolution

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The Dynamo lost at home Saturday in a disappointing outing against the Revs.

Saturday the Dynamo return to BBVA Compass Stadium looking to turn things around after a disappointing 2-2 draw DC United two weeks ago. Instead the Dynamo sunk further as they lost 0-2 to the visiting New England Revolution.

Revs topple 10-man Dynamo for road win

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Following a frustrating start to the MLS season, the New England Revolution have found a bit of an early-season groove.

Goals from Teal Bunbury and Cristian Penilla led the Revs in a 2-0 win over the 10-man Houston Dynamo. With the win, the Revs have now won two of three and remain unbeaten since a season-opening loss.

Revolution 2, Dynamo 0: Revs get their first road win of 2018

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A road win! A road win!

The New England Revolution collected their first road win of 2018 when they defeated the Houston Dynamo 2-0 on Saturday night.

The Dynamo were fired up out of the gate, leading in almost every metric through the 15th minute. The home side had five shots, six corners, and lion's share of possession.

Houston Dynamo vs New England Revolution: How to watch, lineups and game updates

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Who

Houston Dynamo vs New England Revolution

What

The international break is over and all of the MLS teams are back in action. Houston return home after a disappointing draw against DC United.

Game Day 4: Houston Dynamo vs New England Revolution

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Dynamo look to get a win at home over the Revs

The Houston Dynamo host the New England Revolution on Saturday. Both teams are 1-1-1 and are hoping to walking away Saturday with a 2-1-1 record.

Soccer Saturday: Your Running Commentary

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Week 2 of MLS play kicks off on Saturday with a full slate of seven matches.

It all starts in Columbus as the Crew host the Montreal Impact to kickstart the day. The afternoon slate also sees a clash between the Colorado Rapids and New England Revolution while LAFC faces another tough road test at Real Salt Lake.

Adolfo Machado named to Panama’s roster

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Dynamo defender on roster for friendly games.

The Houston Dynamo's Adolfo Machado has been named to Panama's roster for upcoming international friendlies. The defender has played in 72 games and scored one goal for his national team.

Panama is preparing for the World Cup this summer after qualifying for the tournament for the first time.

Diego FAGUNDEZ

Revs look to extend unbeaten streak to five, host undefeated FC Dallas

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New England has lost their last seven matches vs FCD, including two at home.

The last time New England defeated FC Dallas, there was a guy on the Revs' bench who, during his MLS debut one month earlier, had scored his professional goal. Although he didn't take the pitch against the team originally known as the Dallas Tornado, the Revs' first-ever Homegrown player — Diego Fagundez — has, as they say, come a long way.

Revs find success after buying into Friedel’s system

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Fagundez praised the Revolution coaching staff after Friday's 4-0 win.

The New England Revolution are undefeated in four straight, which is their best run since the summer of 2015 when they went eight games without a loss. This success can largely be attributed to players settling into Brad Friedel's system.

Revolution 4, Impact 0: Revs increase unbeaten run to four straight

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The Revs are now on their best run since the summer of 2015.

The New England Revolution extended their unbeaten run to four straight when they downed the Montreal Impact on Friday night.

The opening moments were relatively quiet as both teams struggled to take hold of the game. Things changed in the 15th minute when Saphir Taider was shown a red card for a tackle on Luis Caciedo.

Revs look to repeat recent success vs. Dynamo in Houston

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The Revolution are 4-0-1 vs. the Dynamo since 2014.

Several unforgettable events have occurred in the metropolis of Houston since the New England Revolution last paid a visit. Their Gillette Stadium roommates came back to life in a record-setting affair still named with Roman numerals. The city itself was inundated for weeks in late summer from a major hurricane.

Brad Friedel

Revolution success tied to Brad Friedel’s work in the off-season

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The Revs are happy with the contributions of their new signings.

The New England Revolution are 3-1-1, which is an impressive start for a team that brought in a new coach and several new players. This success didn't happen overnight, however, as the coaching staff spent many hours during preseason developing and implementing their plan.

Revolution v. NYCFC: Four thoughts

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How did the high press work against NYCFC?

On Saturday, the New England Revolution tied New York City FC 2-2. Here are four thoughts on the game.

1. The High Press

The first half was controlled, almost dominated, by the Revs, as they got at least a half dozen excellent scoring chances, while NYCFC got only two.

Philadelphia Union

Game Thread: Philadelphia Union vs Columbus Crew lineups and live updates

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The Borek Dockal era begins in Chester

After a couple weeks off, the U are back in action this afternoon against the Columbus Crew at Talen Energy Stadium. Check back here for live updates and share your thoughts in the comments.

Starting Lineups

Borek Dockal gets the start. The Czech Republic international was acquired on a one-year loan deal from the Chinese Super League ahead of the season opener but was nursing an ankle injury.

Photo Gallery: Philadelphia Union vs New England Revolution

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Relive opening night at Talen Energy Stadium.

The weather conditions were anything but ideal but the Philadelphia Union earned three points in a season opener at home for the first time with a 2-0 win over New England Revolution. Brotherly Game photographer Trey Madara was there on the sidelines to capture the action.

News roundup: USWNT raises SheBelieves Cup, Seattle & Toronto win in CCL, Salone FC joins UPSL

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Plus upcoming Union U17 matches, UCL action, and more

The Rest

The Bent Musket predicts: Revs at Crew SC

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Who will prevail in possibly the last New England trip to Columbus?

The Revs travel to the heart of Ohio to take on a Crew SC side that's lost three straight. New England is also coming off their second loss of the season.

New England hasn't won in Columbus since Charlie Davies bagged a brace in a 2014 playoff match.

A closer look at the Revs-Lee Nguyen situation

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The New England Revolution are off to a better-than-expected start to the 2018 MLS season, but instead of talking about new coach Brad Friedel's intriguing high-pressing strategy, attention is squarely back on the Lee Nguyen saga.

Despite a knee injury to Kelyn Rowe during training last Friday, Nguyen did not make Friedel's 18-player squad for the Revs' 1-0 home loss to FC Dallas.

Time for the Revs to move Nguyen

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The midfielder deserves to finish his career on the pitch, not the bench

Enough is enough.

The melodrama involving Lee Nguyen and The New England Revolution has gone on long enough and must end. It would be best for both the team and the player to move him immediately to a place where he is appreciated and will get steady playing time.

Shorthanded NYCFC ties Revolution behind Tajouri brace

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FOXBOROUGH, Mass. Playing without three key starters, New York City FC rallied back from a road deficit twice on Saturday afternoon to come away with a 2-2 tie against the New England Revolution at Gillette Stadium.

Newcomer Ismael Tajouri continued his strong start with goals in the 51st and 75th minute to keep NYCFC unbeaten through four matches.

Turner’s talent revealed in Richmond

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Keeper got a chance to hone his skills in USL

When Richmond Kickers coach Leigh Cowlishaw first saw New England Revolution goalkeeper Matt Turner, a few things immediately stood out.

Turner, he said, had athleticism, good movement in the box, and an infectious energy.

"He's the real deal," he said.

Report: Revs interested in loan move for U.S. U-20 midfielder Luca de la Torre

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The New England Revolution are reportedly interested in making a move for a U.S. youth international.

According to West London Sport, the Revs are interested in acquiring Fulham midfielder Luca de la Torre via a loan deal. Fulham is reportedly considering whether or not a loan move would be the best situation for the midfielder's development.

Matt Turner steps up after surprisingly earning job as Revs starter

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FOXBOROUGH, Mass. Few goalkeepers have come as far in as short of time as the New England Revolution's starting goalkeeper Matt Turner, who went undrafted in 2016 after two seasons starting for Fairfield University.

Turner managed to latch on as the Revs' third-string keeper, and then got his first professional experience in 27 starts the past two seasons on short-term loan stints with the United Soccer League's Richmond Kickers.

Report: Revs looking to trade Nemeth

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The Revs have been shopping Nemeth for two weeks, according to MLSoccer.com

The New England Revolution are looking to move Krisztian Nemeth, according to a report from MLSSoccer.com.

The article, posted Wednesday, states that the Revs have been testing the market during the last couple of weeks and have spoken to multiple teams.