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Timbers ax Alpha United in first ever CONCACAF Champions League match

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By RYAN TOLMICH

Despite a long-distance midweek trip and less-than-stellar playing conditions, the Portland Timbers opened their CONCACAF Champions League campaign on a positive note.

With head coach Caleb Porter opting for a more subdued lineup in preparation for this weekend's tilt against the Seattle Sounders, the Timbers coasted in a 4-1 victory over Alpha United in Guyana via goals fromSteve Zakuani, Maximiliano Urruti, Fanendo Adi and Alvas Powell.

Portland Timbers player evaluations vs. New England Revolution

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We have complete player evaluations from the Timbers' 1 all draw with the New England Revolution, including a composite rating for the coaches, team, and officiating.

What I am watching for in Portland Timbers versus New England Revolution match

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The Portland Timbers will certainly get used to airports over the next few days as they travel to the East Coast for a date with the New England Revolution. The match precedes their historic inclusion in the CONCACAF Champions League, but for Portland, it's a chance to earn precious points in their playoff chase against a New England side that has been struggling mightily in many areas on the pitch.

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Former U.S. youth international Tony Taylor is heading to the Revolution

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Former Under-20 U.S. international forward Tony Taylor (Center) is heading to the New England Revolution. Photo provided by Getty Images.

25-year-old American forward is headingto Major League Soccer side, the New England Revolution.

Former U.S. international Tony Taylor is heading to the Revolution

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Former Under-20 U.S. international forward Tony Taylor (Center) is heading to the New England Revolution. Photo provided by Getty Images.

25-year-old American forward is headingto Major League Soccer side, the New England Revolution.

Ridgewell enjoying smooth transition to MLS with Timbers

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By TIM FONTENAULT

Weaving his way through the New England Revolution defense, Portland Timbers central defender Liam Ridgewell looked more like a mesmerizing forward than a tall, lanky defender as he scored his first goal for his new club Saturday night at Gillette Stadium.

Revolution beat out Timbers to acquire Taylor via lottery

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By FRANCO PANIZO

There is apparently no such thing as one too many as far as theNew England Revolution are concerned.

The Revolution announced Monday that they have signed former youth U.S. Men's National Team forward Tony Taylor. New England acquired the 25-year-old Taylor via a lottery that the Portland Timbers also participated in, but the Revolution had the upperhand with a 71.

With big week ahead, Timbers need to move on after draw at Revolution

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By TIM FONTENAULT

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – Caleb Porter was not going to dance around the issue when asked about his thoughts on the Portland Timbers' 1-1 draw at the New England Revolution Saturday night: He thought his team was robbed of all three points.

Revs Draw With Portland As SKC Extends Lead At Top Of Eastern Conference

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Charlie Davies scored his second goal in as many games as the New England Revolution were held at home by the Portand Timbers while elsewhere in MLS, Sporting Kansas City opened up a five-point lead at the top of the Eastern Conference as they cruised to a 4-1 win over Toronto FC.

Both teams came into the match at Gillette on the wrong side of the playoff standings, and it looked like it was going to be the Revolutions's night when in the 27th minute Davies ran onto a Diego Fagundez through ball to make it 1-0.

Revs Notes: Fagundez returns from Uruguay U-20s; Akpan joins squad; and more

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By CARL SETTERLUND

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. Diego Fagundez has been one of the biggest successes of the Homegrown player concept, and even though the 19-year-old's 2014 season hasn't mirrored last year's breakout campaign, he's still done enough to attract attention in his native Uruguay.

Sene Dealt to Red Bulls

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While the Jermaine Jones rumors continue to swirl around Gillette Stadium,the Revolutionengineered a trade on Tuesdaythat sent striker Saer Sene and an international roster spot to the New York Red Bulls for forward Andre Akpan and allocation money.

Red Bulls add versatile Sene to bolster roster ahead of busy stretch run

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By FRANCO PANIZO

Healthy, versatile, experienced and anxious to play, Saer Sene made toomuch sense for the New York Red Bulls to pass on the opportunity of acquiring him.

The Red Bulls landed Sene in a trade with the New England Revolution on Tuesday that saw New York ship forward Andre Akpan and allocation in return.

Revs Interested in Jermaine Jones

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It appears the Revolution are ready to open their wallets for one of the most sought after players on the MLS market.

On Friday, Revolution general manager Michael Burns confirmed that the team is in pursuit of U.S. Men's National Team regular and former Schalke 04 midfielder Jermaine Jones.

Revs Notes: Davies ends goal drought; Joseph healthy; and more

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By CARL SETTERLUND

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. There hasn't been much good news around Gillette Stadium lately. In case you missed it, the New England Revolution followed an early season surge to the top of the Eastern Conference table with a frustrating stretch of nine losses in 10 games through this summer.

McCarty battles criticism, expectations in injury-filled 2014 season

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By RYAN TOLMICH

After both figuratively and literally limping through the first half of the season, New York Red Bulls midfielder Dax McCarty finally stood tall.

With the Red Bulls down a goal to the New England Revolution, McCarty ignited the Red Bull Arena crowd with a spectacular equalizing chip from distance, leading the way to a 2-1 Red Bulls victory.

RBNY vs Revolution : No Rhyme or Reason

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What can one say about this NY Red Bulls team? These play possibly the worst half of football since the move to The Cathedral of Football, they go down a goal, go down a man and are booed off the pitch at half-time. They then return (a man down) with one of the best halves of football they've ever played at RBA, scoring two golazos and earning a 2-1 victory against the visiting Revs.

Shuttleworth Error Helps New York Red Bulls Beat The New England Revolution 2-1

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The New England Revolution wastes a terrific first half performance as they lost 2-1 to the New York Red Bulls on Saturday. The defeat laves the Revs remain winless at Red Bull Arena, going 0-5-1 since the it opened.

But the traveling Rev Army must have thought that Saturday was the night the streak ended when Charlie Davies put them ahead in the 20th minute with first MLS goal since 2011.

10-man Red Bulls pick up comeback victory over Revolution

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By RYAN TOLMICH

HARRISON, N.J. Despite being down both a man and a goal heading into the halftime break, the New York Red Bullswere going to make major improvements heading out of the halftime break.

"I can't remember word for word," said midfielder Lloyd Sam on the halftime atmosphere, "but they were pretty strong words from the manager, which we needed.

League of Streaks

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That the Revolution slipped into a three-way tie for third place in the Eastern Conference with a win over Colorado on Wednesday night following an eight-game losing streak says a lot about how success works in the league.

No team should get frantic over prolonged losing streaks—MLS has turned into a league of streaks this year.

Ethan Finlay and Charlie Davies | Episode 421

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Columbus Crew winger, Ethan Finlay joins the show talk about is scoring surge, Kirk Urso Memorial Night, and of course Settlers of Catan. In the second segment, New England Revolution forward Charlie Davies discuss his current form.

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MLS Scores: DC United and New England Revolution win

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DC United and the New England Revolution picked up 3-0 shutouts to start week 21 of the 2014 MLS regular season. Read More

Revolution rout Rapids to end eight-game losing streak

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By CARL SETTERLUND

FOXBORO, Mass. Although winning streaks are undoubtedly more challenging, there's a reason why there's something impressive in its own right about long losing streaks because every once in a while the breaks fall like they did for the New England Revolution on Wednesday night.

By the Numbers: #NEvCLB

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Eight. That's what the New England Revolution's losing streak is now at, the longest such streak for the club since the MLS shootout era ended in 1999. In fact, one more loss will tie the club's record nine game losing streak reached twice, in both 1997 and 1998 (notably the team had two regulation draws in each of those streaks that they went on to lose in the shootout).

Heaps Coaching Decisions Cost New England At Least A Point

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The New England Revolutions losing streak is up to eight games after Saturday nights 2-1 home defeat to the struggling Columbus Crew.

A.J. Soares' 50th-minute goal brought the Revs' level after Columbus scored the first goal just before halftime, but Ethan Finley's game-winning goal in the 84th-minute sealed the win for the visiting Crew.

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First MLS goal for Liam Ridgewell helps Portland Timbers salvage draw versus New England Revolution

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The Portland Timbers wanted to start off their long road trip with a big result against the New England Revolution, but the club put themselves in a hole with a Charlie Davies goal in the 24th minute. However, a great defensive surge, improved offensive movement and a Liam Ridgewell goal gave the Timbers a point as the teams played to a 1 all draw.

Davies Strikes Again

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"Wehave to start playing like Charlie [Davies] has, with a chip on his shoulder all around the pitch." Darrius Barnes

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – Charlie Davies continued his hot streak for the New England Revolution on Saturday night scoring his second goal in as many games.

Technically Speaking: #NYvNE

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How did it happen?

That's question is on everyone's lips following Saturday's game between the Revs and Red Bulls. How could the Revs play so well in the first half, then have such an uninspired second half that they blew both their lead and their man advantage?

Revolution Blow Lead, Fall to Shorthanded Red Bulls

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The New England Revolution looked in prime position for a second straight victory after taking a one goal lead and a man advantage into halftime, but the New York Red Bulls had other ideas, dominating the second half and scoring twice to keep the Revolution winless at Red Bull Arena.

Davies Impactful in Home Debut Start

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FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – Charlie Davies got his first home start since joining the New England Revolution and made the most of it, helping to set up the game winning goal in the team's 3-0 win over the Colorado Rapids on Wednesday night and playing his most impactful minutes in a Revolution uniform.

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Revolution add Tony Taylor via Lottery

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The New England Revolution announced on Monday the addition of former U.S. U-20 and U-23 international forward Tony Taylor via an MLS lottery. The Revolution were one of just two teams – Portland Timbers being the other – to enter the draft and had a 71.4% chance of winning the draw.

Taylor, 25, will be added the Revolution's roster following the receipt of his International Transfer Certificate.

Revs squander first-half lead again in tie vs. Timbers

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By CARL SETTERLUND

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. Charlie Davies has returned to form with goals in each of the past two games, but for a second straight time the New England Revolution couldn't hold onto the lead, this time settling for a 1-1 draw with the Portland Timbers in front of 16,409 at Gillette Stadium.

Match Reports

Revs Can’t Hang Onto Lead Against Portland

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FOXBORO, Mass. Charlie Davies scored a first half goal for the second straight game but Liam Ridgewell scored his first ever MLS goal in the second half and New England and Portland settled fora 1-1 draw at Gillette Stadium.

Revolution End Losing Streak, Beat Rapids 3-0

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FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution avoided tying their franchise record for longest losing streak by outplaying the visiting Colorado Rapids 3-0 Wednesday night at Gillette Stadium. The Revolution move to 8-11-2 (26 points) on the season and end an eight-game losing streak in MLS matches, which began in late May.

Revs Fall to Columbus, Skid Hits Eight

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FOXBOROUGH, Mass. One of Columbus' late-game substitutes made an instant impact, setting up the game-winning goal just seconds after coming on and the Crew beat New England, 2-1 on Saturday night in front of 14,542 at Gillette Stadium. It is the eighth straight loss for the Revolution (7-11-2, 23 points), who fell out of a playoff spot and into sixth place, while the Crew (6-7-8, 26 points) moved to fourth.

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Red Bulls acquire Sene from Revs

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The New York Red Bulls had a quiet summer transfer window on the international market, but did make a potentially major move on Tuesday that could help boost the team's inconsistent attack.

The Red Bulls acquired French forward Saer Sene from the New England Revolution on Tuesday, in exchange for forward Andre Akpan and an undisclosed amount of allocation money.

The Warm Up: #NYvsNE

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The New England Revolution ended its losing streak at eight on Wednesday with a 3-0 win against the Colorado Rapids and now looks to take that momentum into New Jersey on Saturday as they face the New York Red Bulls.

Location:Red Bull Arena, Harrison, N.

The Rest

Jones an Overpriced Band-Aid Fix

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Jermaine Jones is a great defensive midfielder coming off a very strong 2014 FIFA World Cup for the U.S. National Team. He's played in some of the best leagues in the world and has Champions League experience. He's also not the solutionto all that ails the New England Revolution.

Technically Speaking: #NEvCOL

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Finally!

For the first time since their win over DC United on May 24th, the Revs dominated a game, crunching a pretty good Colorado team 3-0. The way the Revs played in this game shows that they can be a handful for any MLS team on any given night.

Technically Speaking: #NEvCLB

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The Crew beat the Revs 2-1 on Saturday in a game I thought, for sure, the Revs would win. Two separate times – at both the 13th and 29th minutes, as the Revs nicely controlled the play – the thought came unbidden to my mind that I would eat my hat if the Revs lost this game.