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Around The Forest: Fanendo Adi to return in 2017 according to Caleb Porter

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Kaka will not renew his Orlando City contract, Redbulls cautious going into their match with Atlanta, World Cup bribery case opened and more!


Caleb Porter expects injured striker Fanendo Adi to play again in 2017 |
A series of setbacks have turned what was initially thought to be a short-term injury into a two-month absence for Portland Timbers striker Fanendo Adi, but Caleb Porter expects his star forward to play again this season.

The US Open Cup wins in Cincinnati

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By Jason Davis – WASHINGTON DC (Aug 16, 2017) US Soccer Players - It was a unique moment in the modern history of American soccer. Rarely has a team below the MLS level had the chance to play an established MLS name in a match with something significant on the line. Never before has that lower division team benefited from a sold out crowd bigger than all but a few first division clubs could muster.

MLS Week 20: Guzan with Atlanta, road win for Red Bulls

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Week 20 of the 2017 MLS season resumed with Atlanta United shutting out Orlando City 1-0 at Orlando on Friday. Hector Villalba scored in the 86th minute. Brad Guzan made five saves in his debut for Atlanta.

"More important than coming back into the league, it was important to go on the road and find a way to get a result," Guzan said.

MLS Scores: Big return for the Red Bulls

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The MLS schedule resumed after taking the Gold Cup group stage off with a midweek start for week 20. Some teams scheduled international friendlies. Others took the break and the time to regroup. The Red Bulls restarted their MLS season strong, beating San Jose 5-1 at home. Sean Davis put New York up in the 38th with Sacha Kljestan doubling the lead in the 73rd.

Know Thy Enemy: Revolution vs. Red Bulls Open Cup Edition

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For the second time in as many weeks, the Energy Drinks are in town for a visit.

The New England Revolution have probably never needed the Gold Cup break more than they do right now. Struggling mightily in MLS play, the Revs do have a reprieve today with a rematch against the New York Red Bulls in the quarterfinals of the US Open Cup.

MLS Scores: Red Bulls win on the road

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More from MLS getting the midweek games in prior to the Gold Cup break. Wednesday's action started with the Red Bulls beating New England 3-2 at Gillette Stadium. Teal Bunbury put the Revs up in the 21st minute with Bradley Wright-Phillips equalizing in the 23rd. Lee Nguyen put the Revs up again in the 26th with Daniel Royer equalizing from the penalty spot in the 55th.

Late Goal Sinks Revs at Home

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A 90th minute game-winner from Gonzalo Veron sent the reeling Revolution to a devastating 3-2 home loss to the Red Bulls at Gillette Stadium on Wednesday.

Veron tallied right before second half stoppage time after corralling a long pass from Felipe and tucking it into the far corner of the net to unlock a level match.

Weighing the MLS rivalries

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By Jason Davis – WASHINGTON, DC (Jun 23, 2017) US Soccer Players - Once again, Major League Soccer has manipulated its schedule to bring us a round of games thick with rivalries. The weekend has a sponsor. The league's marketing department is opening up the throttle in a bid for attention. While MLS is clearly the biggest professional soccer league in the country, it nevertheless struggles to entice even a moderate percentage of the available soccer fans here.

It’s not a must win, but it kind of is

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21st out of 22 isn't a place the Seattle Sounders should ever be

Now that the Seattle Sounders are the 2nd worst team - yes, that is true - they are in a situation where they need a winning streak. Most teams in MLS have a three-game win streak in them during a year. Columbus, Red Bulls, Orlando, Philly, Portland, and Toronto all have three-match, or more, winning streaks in 2017.

MLS Midweek Preview: Orlando City faces TFC, Sporting KC hosts Red Bulls

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The top two teams in the Eastern Conference will look to create some separation at the top of the standings during a rare midweek slate in Major League Soccer.

Orlando City tops the East after two months of play, but the Lions face their toughest test yet with a trip to BMO Field to take on MLS Cup runner-up Toronto FC.

Sporting Kansas City

The best eleven in the Open Cup

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Thursday's soccer news begins with an old issue for the US Open Cup and any tournament not considered up to league level. Coaches hedge. They can't resist the urge to rest players. They start different lineups. They try tactics and strategies that wouldn't be in play for games that really count. The ones worth three points in the league standings.

Brotherly Game Daily Links 9/11/17

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Union's next opponent, MLS results, and Messi's new Barcelona contract "soon."

Philadelphia Union News

Red Bulls Hold on to a draw at Chicago
Union face the Red Bulls in a marque Sunday afternoon, let's see how their last game went.

MLS News

MLS Ola Kamara strikes to help Columbus to 1-1 draw with Sporting KC
Ola Kamara scored his 15th goal of the season in first-half stoppage time as the Columbus Crew played to a 1-1 draw with Sporting Kansas City.

Jesse Gonzalez eligible for USMNT, Germany downs Mexico: Brotherly Game Daily Links 6/30/17

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Enjoy today's links.

Philadelphia Union News

Ten thoughts on the Union's excruciating shootout loss in New York
Did either team really deserve to win that game?

Know Your Enemy: New England Revolution
The Union welcome New England Revolution to Talen Energy Stadium on Fourth of July weekend for the first time this season.

Sporting KC corrects mistakes against rested Red Bulls for home win

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Sporting KC midfielder Benny Feilhaber remembers exactly what happened last time a visitor trotted out a weak lineup at Children's Mercy Park, his team's home turf.

"It was our only game we hadn't won at home," Feilhaber said, recalling a 0-0 draw against FC Dallas weeks earlier.

New York Red Bulls

Red Bulls take 'huge step' toward bringing home elusive trophy

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CINCINNATI Everyone who puts on a New York Red Bulls shirt is more than aware of how empty the franchise's trophy case is.

And over the past few years, the supporters of the club have been less than positive about the drought ever ending, but that could all change on Sept.

Red Bulls turn in uninspired performance in lopsided loss to Galaxy

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May has not been a kind month to the New York Red Bulls. They have played three games and have lost all of them, but this latest 3-1 defeat to the LA Galaxy at home was especially devastating.

Head coach Jesse Marsch referred to the loss as "the worst performance" at Red Bull Arena since he was hired by New York in 2015.

U.S. Open Cup

Red Bulls overcome two-goal deficit to advance to Open Cup final

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CINCINNATI After nine years of waiting, the New York Red Bulls are back in a final.

The Red Bulls advanced to their first final in nine years and first U.S. Open Cup championship match in 14 as they came back from two goals down to defeat FC Cincinnati 3-2 in extra time on Tuesday night.

Bradley Wright-Phillips scored the equalizer and the game-winning goal for the Red Bulls, who didn't come alive until the middle of the second half.

Revs Eliminated from Open Cup

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A late Bradley Wright-Phillips goal eliminated the Revolution from the U.S. Open Cup tournament after the Red Bulls beat the locals 1-0 in Thursday's quarterfinal clash at Jordan Field in Cambridge, Mass.

Wright-Phillips scored in the 87th minute when a grabbed a short pass from Felipe inside the box and tucked it into the Revolution net.

Subplots Aplenty for #NEvNY USOC Tie

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Every rivalry match contains an added layer of drama when points are on the line. But when the shared history of longtime combatants extends itself to tournament play, well, there's usually no shortage of rich subplots.

That sentiment certainly holds true for Thursday's U.

U.S. Open Cup Rewind: Miami FC, FC Cincy provide upsets; Red Bulls edge Union and more

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Reigning U.S. Open Cup champs FC Dallas became the first club to book their spot into the tournament's quarterfinals after defeating the Colorado Rapids on Tuesday evening. On Wednesday, seven other clubs joined them, with the biggest shocks coming from Miami FC and FC Cincinnati.

U.S. Open Cup Preview: Dynamo host Sporting KC, Union visit Red Bulls, and more

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The U.S. Open Cup Round of 16 begins on Tuesday night with an all Western Conference showdown taking place in Frisco kickstarting the festivities.

On Wednesday, 14 other clubs will fight to book their place into next month's quarterfinals. Three lower league sides remain in the competition with FC Cincinnati, Miami FC, and Republic FC all in action on Wednesday.

Red Bulls ride Royer's hot hand over rivals

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The New York Red Bulls have not defeated MLS opposition in the U.S. Open Cup since 2003. The significance of the Red Bull victory over New York City FC Wednesday night cannot be understated, nor can the man who felled their blue rival.

In his second season with the club, Daniel Royer is becoming a desperately needed complimentary piece of the Red Bull's offensive puzzle.

New England Revolution

New York beats New England

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Friday's soccer news starts with the New York Red Bulls knocked the New England Revolution out of the US Open Cup at the quarterfinal stage. The Red Bulls won 1-0 at Jordan Field in Boston. New England went a man down in the 75th when Chris Tierney saw red for violent conduct. Bradley Wright-Phillips scored the game's only goal in the 87th.

Revs to host Red Bulls in US Open Cup Quarterfinal

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The Revolution will play the Red Bulls at Harvard on July 13th.

It took extra time and penalties but the New England Revolution learned their next US Open Cup opponent on Wednesday, as they'll host the New York Red Bulls in a Quarterfinal match on July 13th. The game will take place at Harvard University's Jordan Field with kickoff set for 7:30 pm.

Revolution 1, Red Bulls 2: Revs lose on the road despite early goal

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Red Bull Arena continues to be a daunting place for the Revs.

The New England Revolution couldn't hold onto their early lead as they fell 2-1 to the New Red Bulls on Saturday night.

The Revs opened the scoring in the 9th minute when Lee Nguyen converted a penalty. Referee Ismail Elfath pointed to the spot when Damien Perrinelle fouled Diego Fagundez in the box.

Benjamin Angoua Suspended for Red Bulls Match

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The MLS Disciplinary Committee was very busy this week, but still managed to notice this incident.

New England Revolution centerback Benjamin Angoua will serve a one game suspension for this play in last week's 2-1 victory over Columbus Crew SC. Kyle Beckerman of Real Salt Lake and Michael Murillo of the New York Red Bulls were also suspended one match this week by the DisCo.


Technically Speaking: #NEvNY

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Welcome back to another edition of "Technically Speaking," where our in-house coach and former pro Rick Sewall dissects the Revolution's latest performance.

Have a question for Rick? Fire away in the comments section!

NESoccerToday: After conceding three goals at critical moments of the game – right after scoring, shortly after the break, and right before full-time – from a coaching perspective, does it look like Jay Heaps has lost his players' attention and focus?

Revs Squander Lead in Loss at Red Bulls

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The Revolution's long-standing regular season struggles at Red Bull Arena continued in Saturday's 2-1 loss to the Red Bulls in Harrison, NJ.

New England entered Saturday's match winless in seven regular season matches (0-6-1) at the Red Bulls' home park, a record that was all but forgotten when Lee Nguyen struck from the spot inside of nine minutes.

Lee Nguyen

Revolution vs. Red Bulls: Preview, Lineups and TV Schedule

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Everything you need to know about the midweek matchup.

The Revolution and Red Bulls both sit beneath the red line in the Eastern Conference. Both teams need a summer run to break into the top six. And that run could start tonight, when the Bulls visit the Revs in Foxboro.

Here's everything you need to know about the week 19 matchup:

Club Leaders

For the Revolution, Lee Nguyen has turned in a balanced offensive season.

Revolution vs. Red Bulls: Lineups, TV info and match details

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Everything you need to know about the week 13 matchup.

Tonight, the Revolution will enter Red Bull Arena in search of its first road win in seven attempts. Standing in the way will be Sacha Kljestan and the Red Bulls, who have yet to lose at home in 2017.

Yet when the Revs hit the field tonight, the club will benefit from the support of 1,000 fans who made the trip from Foxboro to Harrison, N.

Philadelphia Union

Union fall in U.S. Open Cup, Chile defeats Portugal in penalties: Brotherly Game Daily Links 6/29/17

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Union fall to the Red Bulls in the US Open Cup, read all about it in today's links.

Philadelphia Union News

Match recap: New York Red Bulls 1, Philadelphia Union 1 (5-3 penalties)
Union come close, but fall to Red Bulls in penalty kicks.

Voting Checklist: All-Star Game, Blake for ESPYs and Blake, Fafa for 'Of the Week' honors
There are only two days left to vote Union for the 2017 All-Star Game.

Match Preview: Union vs. Red Bulls

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The Union will try to win while the other team will probably stop them from doing that.

Match: Philadelphia Union vs New York Red Bulls

Time: 7:00 PM ET

Venue: Talen Energy Stadium

Television: The Comcast Network, MSG+ 2

Streaming: MLS Live (Subscription Only)

Referees: REF: Silviu Pretrescu AR1: Cameron Blanchard AR2: Jonathan Johnson 4TH: Ted Unkel

How the Red Bulls will look

New York had their three-game winning streak snapped in Kansas City on Wednesday, which is understandable considering how many starters were rested.

The Rest

Fire 1 Red Bulls 1 - recap and ratings

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A 1-1 draw at home against the fifth place team in the conference isn't exactly a sign that things are still on the upswing for the Fire. Neither the Fire, nor the Red Bulls played particularly well on either side of the ball and the result was probably a fair one although Fire players and staff seemed content with the point.

Fire v Red Bulls match preview

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What Are They All About? New York Red Bulls

A sigh of relief. This past weekend the Chicago Fire won on the road in Montreal on the back of a Bastian Schweinsteiger goal. It was only their second win from the past nine matches but they did overcome a seven match away winless streak and will be hoping to build on the confidence that the Montreal result offered.

The USMNT at Red Bull Arena

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By Clemente Lisi – NEW YORK, NY (Aug 28, 2017) US Soccer Players – The list of cities that have hosted US World Cup qualifiers is a long one. It famously features Columbus, Ohio, site of several epic 2-0 wins versus Mexico. There's the obvious places like Washington, DC and the less so like Tampa.

Revolution vs. Red Bulls: Three questions to consider in week 19

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Can the Revs stay hot in midweek matches? That, and all the other talking points you need to know.

Neither the Revolution nor the Red Bulls have fared well in recent league matches. On Sunday, the Revs endured a 3-0 drubbing at the hands of CJ Sapong and the Philadelphia Union; the Red Bulls lost 2-0 to NYCFC on June 24.

Reading United hands Red Bulls U23 first loss; Lehigh Valley beats Ocean City

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A look back at local PDL action from last week

New York Red Bulls U23 are undefeated no more after Reading United took down the Mid-Atlantic Division leaders in a comeback win at home on Friday night.

After a scoreless first half, midfielder Brian White put the Red Bulls up with his 10th goal of the season in the 69th minute.

Impact’s DP partnership blooms in win over Red Bulls

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Before Montreal Impact fans could even celebrate their 1-0 win over the New York Red Bulls Saturday night, they all had Patrice Bernier's health on their minds.

In a play with Sacha Kljestan, the Impact captain ended up pushed off the field and fell heavily inside his team's dugout.

Research reveals top three Revolution rivals

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And not surprisingly, the Red Bulls made the list.

Rivalry matches pop off the calendar for every MLS club and supporter. Galaxy fans savor their California Clasico matchups with the Earthquakes. Dynamo supporters relish their Texas rivalry with FC Dallas. And the list goes on and on.

So, which club do Revolution fans dislike the most?