New England Revolution

Chris Tierney

Chris Tierney wants to retire as a Rev

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Chris Tierney loves playing for his hometown team.

Given the turbulent nature of MLS, it's rare to see a player stay with the same team for long, which is why it's so special that Chris Tierney is now in his 10th season with the New England Revolution.

On Saturday, Tierney made his 200th start for the Revs, an achievement few will ever reach.

The best moments from Revolution v. Minnesota FC

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Let's relive the Revs' win.

The New England Revolution took the game to Minnesota United FC, as they defeated the visitors 5-2 on Saturday afternoon. If you missed this one then you missed a lot, so let's get you caught up.

Moment of the Match

Full disclosure, I'm a big Chris Tierney fan.

Major League Soccer

NE Revolution vs. MN Photo Gallery

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Another loss for Minnesota United in MLS week 4

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It didn't get any better for Minnesota United in week 4 of the 2017 MLS season. With most of the league taking the international weekend off, Minnesota United didn't get a break. Instead, it was another lopsided loss, this time on the road at New England. The Revolution opened their home schedule with a 5-2 win.

Strong first-half propels Revs to beatdown of Minnesota United

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After back-to-back defeats to kick off their 2017 Major League Soccer campaign, the New England Revolution earned their first victory on Saturday in a 5-2 win over Minnesota United.

Jay Heaps' side used a four-goal first half to propel themselves to victory in a dominant performance at Gillette Stadium.

MLS Week 3: Your Running Commentary

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While international soccer dominates the weekend's schedule, MLS returns on Saturday with a trio of interesting matches.

The day starts at Gillette Stadium as the New England Revolution host Minnesota United. The Loons return to action after sealing their first ever point last time out.

MLS Look Ahead: Week 4

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The international break only slows down MLS, it rarely ever shuts it down for a weekend. That's the case for Week 4, as three matches take place on Saturday at a trio of Eastern Conference venues.

Among the small slate of matches in MLS is a rematch of the 2015 MLS Cup and a crucial match for a team that fired its manager earlier in the week.

Major Link Soccer - The Allure of Failure

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Also, NASL season preparation, the future of soccer in China, and the resurgence of Kezar

MLS

So how did Chicago convince Schweinsteiger to sign? They apparently flaunted just how terrible they have been.

Unfortunately for the windy city, it seems highly unlikely that the German will be the solution to all of their problems.

MLS Week 2: The SBI Breakdown

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The second week of MLS play was supposed to be headlined by a clash between expansion sides but, while one of them brought the attacking heat, it was quite apparent that it was the cold that would take center stage in the teams' sophomore efforts.

Winter conditions affected several MLS matches, with the most obvious coming in New England as the Revolution canceled their match with Orlando City.

MLS Week 2: Your Live Commentary

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The second week of MLS play begins on Saturday and weather is certain to be a major factor.

Inclement weather caused the cancellation of the New England Revolution's clash with Orlando City and several more matches should be affected by frigid conditions.

Dynamo face unique tactical challenge in Columbus

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Crew SC are unique among MLS clubs in terms of their tactical approach.

The majority of MLS teams play either a 4-2-3-1 or a 4-3-3. Just four of the 22 clubs — D.C. United, New England Revolution, San Jose Earthquakes, and Toronto FC — use something other than one of those formations as their main look.

MLS Look Ahead: Week 2

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The most talked about topic heading into Week 2 is the weather, and it will continue to be talked about all weekend as cold slams the Northeast. One match, the New England Revolution's home opener against Orlando City, has already been postponed to September 2, and the games in Philadelphia, New York and Minnesota will be played in frigid conditions.

Revs' clash with Orlando City postponed due to inclement weather

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Inclement weather has forced MLS to alter plans for one of this weekend's matches.

The New England Revolution announced on Friday that Saturday's match against Orlando City at Gillette Stadium has been postponed due to weather conditions. Saturday's forecast is calling forextremely cold temperatures along with wind chills that are expectedto take temperatures below 10 degrees.

FOX Soccer’s Rob Stone Blasts Revolution

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Stone is mad as hell and just can't take it anymore, he's probably not alone.

Opening week of the MLS season is upon us and there is excitement all around the league. DC United is getting a new stadium, expansion sides Atlanta United and Minnesota United are joining the league and Rob Stone is putting the New England Revolution on full blast.

Minnesota United

Know Thy Enemy: New England-Minnesota United Preview with E Pluribus Loonum

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It's the Revolution home opener against expansion side Minnesota United, so we're chatting with SBN's expansion blog.

At long last it's time for the New England Revolution home opener. There's still some leftover snow sitting around, but Minnesota United played their home opener a few weeks ago in an actual snow storm so they're used to it.

Report: Revs Swapping Shuttleworth for Femi?

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Could Femi Hollinger-Janzen and his Batman cleats be returning to New England?

When Minnesota United selected Femi Hollinger-Janzen with the last pick of their expansion draft, the collective New England Revolution fanbase was gutted.

As a rookie, Femi made 19 substitute appearances, mostly late cameos, but was a much needed spark off the bench and netted two goals with an assist in less than 300 total minutes in MLS action.

FC Dallas

Urruti scores twice in second half to lead FC Dallas to comeback win over Revs

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Three days after their CONCACAF Champions League comeback win against Pachuca, FC Dallas served the same medicine to the New England Revolution by coming back for a second 2-1 win this week.

It took six minutes for Maximiliano Urruti to score anequalizing and a game winning goal.

Know Thy Enemy: Revs-FC Dallas Preview with Big D Soccer

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After shoveling snow last week, New England is ready for their second MLS game of the year.

Hey! There's a soccer game this week!

The New England Revolution will play just their second MLS match of 2017 after a postponing their home opener against Orlando City last week. The Revs travel to FC Dallas to take on the defending US Open Cup and Supporter's Shield champions.

Lee Nguyen

Revolution 1, FC Dallas 2: Early goal not enough for the visitors

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Maxi Urruti scored two to negate Lee Nguyen's penalty.

The New England Revolution are still winless in 2017, as Maxi Urruti's double negated the visitor's early tally.

The Revolution used the high press early, creating a couple of dangerous chances that resulted in corner kicks. Lee Nguyen's service from the corner arc in the 10th minute led to a penalty when Cristian Colman pulled down Antonio Delemea.

Lee Nguyen provides an injury update after exiting early

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Nguyen exited in the 57th minute with an ankle contusion.

New England Revolution fans witnessed a rare sight on Saturday, as stalwart midfielder and team captain Lee Nguyen exited before the hour mark. The substitution, which saw Daigo Kobayashi enter, was completed out of necessity more than tactics.

Revolution 0, Dynamo 2: Revs suffer first preseason loss

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Xavier Kouassi played his first game minutes since February 2016.

The New England Revolution suffered their first preseason loss on Wednesday when Erick Torres and Alberth Elis scored second half goals to give the Houston Dynamo a 2-0 win on opening day of the Desert Diamond Cup.

The game was scoreless through halftime with neither team providing much action, though the Revs did have a couple of looks within a minute of each other.

Orlando City SC

Three things we could’ve learned from Revs v. Orlando

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The game was postponed, so we lost a learning opportunity.

The New England Revolution's match against Orlando City SC was postponed due to weather. As a result, here are three things we could've learned but didn't.

  1. Can the new center backs contain a forward like Cyle Larin?

Question to answer: Are the Union a playoff team?

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Can the Union meet or even exceed the benchmark they set last season? PSP's Jim O'Leary takes stock.

Colorado Rapids

Rapids start season with shutout win over Revs

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Throughout the 2016 season, the Colorado Rapids defense proved to be the league's best en route to a shocking playoff berth. In the first match of 2017, the Rapids backline lived up to its billing, preserving a clean sheet to open the campaign.

Once again, the Rapids backline stood tall, shutting out the New England Revolution on the way to a 1-0 victory on Saturday at Dick's Sporting Goods Park.

Know Thy Enemy: Revs-Rapids Preview With Burgundy Wave

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New England and Colorado kick off the 2017 season this afternoon, will the Rapids miss Jermaine Jones?

Ah, the first weekend of the 2017 MLS Regular Season.

The air is crisp, the wind is steady, and I don't know how the weather gods picked today in Colorado to be almost 70 degrees but we bow to your greatness.

Revolution will debut new jersey this Saturday

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The Revs will be wearing their new red and white jersey against the Rapids.

It won't take long for fans to see the New England Revolution's new red-and-white jersey in action, as the club will wear it this Saturday against the Colorado Rapids.

On Feb. 12, the Revs revealed a new secondary kit, which replaced the one inspired by the flag of New England.

Revolution v. Rapids: Injury Reports

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Delemea and Angoua are healthy ahead of the season opener.

It looks like the New England Revolution's two marquee off-season signings will be ready for First Kick.

The Revolution's most recent injury report only includes one player, as Zachary Herivaux is listed as out with a right ankle sprain.

D.C. United

Patrick Mullins finally has stability with new D.C. United contract

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Mullins inked an extension in February after spending 3 years at 3 different clubs

Patrick Mullins had trouble finding a permanent home to start his MLS career. The two-time M.A.C. Hermann Trophy winner at the University of Maryland, an award given to the best collegiate player in the country, figured to be a high pick in the 2014 MLS SuperDraft.

D.C. United re-signs Patrick Mullins to a multi-year contract

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The target man is here to stay

Black & Red United can confirm that D.C. United have re-signed forward Patrick Mullins to a multi-year contract extension. Mullins made $126K in guaranteed compensation last year, and looks poised for a well-deserved raise. As per MLS policy, exact terms were not disclosed.

Philadelphia may have improved, but so has everyone else

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Philadelphia Union could be the most improved team in the Eastern Conference, but when teams like Toronto can pick up guys like Victor Vazquez, it means most teams are getting better thanks to TAM. PSP's Dan Walsh explains.

Xavier Kouassi

Revs being patient with DP Xavier Kouassi

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Kouassi is working his way back to full fitness.

The New England Revolution are expecting big things from midfielder Xavier Kouassi, even if he isn't ready for 90 minutes during week one.

Kouassi signed as a Designated Player on Feb. 1, 2016, though he wouldn't be eligible to join the Revs until his contract with Swiss side FC Sion expired in the summer.

Surprise proposal highlight of Revolution jersey launch

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Love is in the air!

Valentine's Day came early for two New England Revolution fans, who got engaged during the jersey launch event held at Gillette Stadium on Sunday.

Danielle Parent was quite surprised when she was called to the stage after the unveiling of the Revolution's new shirt.

The Rest

Former Revolution defender Darrius Barnes signs with iconic NASL side

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The fan favorite will compete in the second tier of American soccer this season.

From 2009-2016, Darrius Barnes made 129 appearances for the New England Revolution. His grit and versatility made him a fan favorite in Foxboro. But in 2017, for the first time in his professional career, Barnes will suit up for a new club—the New York Cosmos.

Revs Step Up For Unlucky Fan After Opener Postponed

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A cross country flight was supposed to end with a soccer game, and it still will thanks to Brian Bilello and the Revs.

Canceling or postponing a major sporting event is not fun. Days to weeks of preparation is lost, time and labor has to be spent rescheduling the event and it's basically a mess.

Report: Revolution suspend academy player for training in Germany

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Justin Rennicks has been suspended after training with Frankfurt of the Bundesliga, according to Will Parchman.

The New England Revolution has suspended academy forward Justin Rennicks for the 2017 spring semester, according to Will Parchman of Top Drawer Soccer.

Rennicks, 17, is reportedly being disciplined after training with Frankfurt of the Bundesliga this winter.

Revs vs. RBNY II Preview: Closing Out Preseason with a Q&A

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New England faces Red Bulls II in Tucson today, because RBNY is off playing in the Champions League or something.

The New England Revolution will not defend their Desert Diamond Cup title later today as the Dynamo and Rapids will vie for the preseason title.

The Revs however will end preseason with an interesting matchup against the New York Red Bulls II, as the senior side is off playing in the CONCACAF Champions League.

Revs have “fun” during goal-fest against Sporting KC

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Six goals! Six goals! Six goals!

Every professional athlete will tell you that winning, regardless of the circumstances, feels good. They'll also admit that a full-on goal-fest is just a little bit more satisfying.

On Wednesday, the New England Revolution put up six goals against Sporting KC during a Desert Diamond Cup game.

Fire v Miami FC preseason preview

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Before jumping into the preview, check out the latest episode of the Fire Confidential Live podcast with guest MLSsoccer.com's Sam Stejskal right here. Also check out the Fire Confidential AMA over on Reddit.

What Are They All About? Miami FC

The wins just keep coming.

NE Revolution Jersey Launch Party

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Revolution reveal new secondary jersey inspired by the American flag

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The Revs will rock an all-American look in 2017.

The New England Revolution unveiled their new secondary uniform on Sunday and it's an all-American look.

The boys looking good in the 2017 Secondary #NERevsKit pic.twitter.com/EwWQS1swVU

— NewEnglandRevolution (@NERevolution) February 12, 2017

Inspired by the nation's flag, the shirt heavily features red and white.