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Heaps: I’m Coaching for My Job Every Game

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FOXBOROUGH, Mass. Jay Heaps knows the deal: he's the head coach of a 6-9-5 team in 10th place team with the regular season more than halfway complete. In other words, he's on the hot seat.

Even though job security for MLS managers is inherently fleeting, Heaps said he wasn't overly concerned about his employment status going into Saturday's match.

Revs Snap Rut in Jones’ Return

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FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – Former Revolution designated player Jermaine Jones made his return to Gillette Stadium as a member of the Galaxy, but the hosts emerged with a 4-3 win to snap a four-game losing streak in league play.

Jones, who spurred the Revolution to the MLS Cup final in 2014 after he was awarded the richest contract in club history, started and went 45 minutes for LA in his first appearance in New England since 2015.

Kraft Named Honorary Chair of 2026 WC Bid Group

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Revolution owner/investor Robert Kraft was named the Honorary Chairman of the Board for the United Bid Committee of Canada, Mexico and the United States that will oversee the bidding process to bring the 2026 FIFA World Cup to North America on Tuesday.

Kraft, who secured Foxboro Stadium as one of the nine host venues for the 1994 FIFA World Cup, was one of the first investors in MLS with the Revolution's inception in 1995.

No Revs On Final All-Star Roster

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It appears the Revolution will not send a representative to the MLS All-Star Game after the league announced the final roster on Tuesday.

After the MLS Fan XI was named earlier this month, the final selections which include two Commissioner's Picks and 11 selections by All-Star and Chicago Fire head coach Veljko Paunovic were announced Tuesday.

Rowe Returns to Revs

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Kelyn Rowe's first stint with the United States Men's National Team has concluded after coach Bruce Arena revamped his Gold Cup roster on Sunday.

The Revolution midfielder scored in Saturday's 3-0 win over Nicaragua before he was among six released from camp to make room for goalkeepers Tim Howard and Jesse Gonzalez, midfielders Michael Bradley and Darlington Nagbe and forwards Jozy Altidore and Clint Dempsey.

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.

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?

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.

That Time the Revs Donned the Most ‘Merica Jersey in MLS

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Twenty years ago, the Revolution unveiled a look that was a show-stopper even by mid-1990s fashion standards.

For a handful of summertime matches in 1997, the locals donned what some called "the star-spangled" shirt, which featured, well, stars and stripes as rendered by the marketing department at Reebok, the club's official jersey manufacturer.

Technically Speaking: #PHIvNE

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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: What does conceding an early penalty on the road do to a team psychologically, and how can they overcome that daunting hurdle?

Revs Move Up in Allocation Rankings Following Swap w/ SJ

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It appears the Revolution front office is gearing up to make splash during the transfer window.

With the league's summer transfer window opening on Jul. 10, the Revolution improved their positioning in the allocation rankings on Monday after acquiring the second overall spot from the San Jose Earthquakes for the fifth spot and $175,000 worth of General Allocation Money (GAM).

Onyewu: Revs Passed On Signing Me

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It won't go down as Oguchi Onyewu's most memorable match by any means, but Sunday's 3-0 victory over the Revolution certainly tasted sweet to the Union defender.

Following his 90-minute shift at center back, the 35-year-old former U.S. International took a dig at the Revolution, which was one of a few clubs that took brought Onyewu in for a trial last year but let him walk before he signed with the Union during the winter.

Short-handed Revs Wilt in Philly

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No Rowe, no Agudelo, no Delamea, no Fagundez, no problem...for the Union, at least.

It took only three minutes for a reserve-heavy Revolution to dig themselves into a ditch they couldn't climb out of in Sunday's 3-0 loss to the Union under steamy conditions at Talen Energy Stadium in Chester, Pa.

Revs Advance to USOC Q’finals

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Rookie Brian Wright's first professional goal steered the Revolution to the U.S. Open Cup quarterfinals after they beat DC United 2-1 in Wednesday's Round of 16 clash at Jordan Field in Cambridge, Mass.

Wright, the Revolution's first-round pick in the 2017 SuperDraft, broke a 1-1 draw when he slotted it past Travis Worra in the 48th minute.

Technically Speaking: #TORvNE

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Welcome back to the latest edition of "Technically Speaking," where our resident coach and former pro Rick Sewall takes a closer look in the Revolution's latest performance.

Have a question for Rick? Feel free to ask away in the comments section!

Revs Downed in Toronto

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Drew Moor scored early and Sebastian Giovinco tallied late to send the Revolution to their second straight defeat in Friday's 2-0 loss to Toronto FC at BMO Field in Toronto.

Moor put the hosts up inside of 11 minutes when he tapped through a pass from Armando Cooper that was redirected in front of frame by Tsubasa Endoh.

Fortress Breached

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FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution's 11 game home unbeaten streak came to an end on Saturday as the Revolution fell 2-1 to the Chicago Fire in front of 21,548 at Gillette Stadium. The win saw the Revolution's Eastern Conference rivals Chicago, holders of the second best record in MLS, continue their surge towards the top of the standings, while the Revolution fell further below the red line as their usually reliable home form provided no points.

Revs’ Comeback Efforts Fall Short vs. Fire

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FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – Offseason signing Antonio Delamea scored his first Revolution goal not long after the hour mark but it wasn't enough as the surging Fire held on to secure a 2-1 victory on Saturday at Gillette Stadium.

Delamea tallied his debut strike in the 70th minute to pull the hosts within one after Nemanja Nikolic opened the scoring in the 18th minute to give the Fire a lead it extended in the 60th minute on a Luis Solignac goal.

Revs Beat Rhinos in Open Cup Play

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A reserve-laden Revolution team beat an undermanned Rochester Rhinos (USL) 3-0 in Wednesday's U.S. Open Cup fourth round tie at Chapey Field in Providence, R.I.

The locals struck right before the break after Teal Bunbury sent it through from the spot in the 44th minute only moments after Zachary Herivaux was brought down inside the box by a Rochester defender Wal Fall.

Technically Speaking: #NEvTOR

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Welcome back to another edition of "Technically Speaking," where our resident coach and former pro Rick Sewall takes a closer look in the Revolution's latest performance.

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Agudelo & Rowe Named to Preliminary Gold Cup Roster

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Revolution forward Juan Agudelo and midfielder Kelyn Rowe were both named to the U.S. Men's National Team 40-man preliminary roster for next month's CONCACAF Gold Cup.

Agudelo is the team's leading scorer with seven goals in 13 games, and tallied in Saturday's 3-0 win over Toronto FC.

Revs Topple Toronto

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FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – Benjamin Angoua scored his first MLS goal to help the Revolution claim a 3-0 victory over top-of-the-table Toronto FC on Saturday at Gillette Stadium.

Angoua, who joined the team in the offseason via Ligue 1 side EA Guingamp, grabbed goal no.

Kouassi’s Heroics Rescue Revs in NYC

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An apparent leg injury didn't stop Xavier Kouassi from scoring late equalizer in Wednesday's 2-2 draw against New York City FC at Yankee Stadium in the Bronx, NY.

Kouassi, who came up lame in the waning stages, was playing with an pronouncedlimp before he headed through a Kelyn Rowe cross in the 86th minute.

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.

Revs to Host USOC in Providence

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The Revolution will host its fourth-round U.S. Open Cup tie at Providence College's Chapey Field at Anderson Stadium in Providence, R.I. on Jun. 14.

After hosting Open Cup play at Harvard University's Jordan Field in Allston, Mass. during the last two seasons, the team returns to the Ocean State for the first time since 2014.

Technically Speaking: #NEvCLB

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Welcome back to another edition of "Technically Speaking," where our resident coach and former pro Rick Sewall takes a closer look in the Revolution's latest performance.

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Adjustments Pay Dividends in Win

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FOXBOROUGH, Mass. In the week leading up to Sunday's match against Columbus, Revolution coach Jay Heaps had a specific role carved out for one of his most positionally-sound players. But on matchday morning, that plan had to be scrapped.

Not long before Sunday's kickoff, Revolution midfielder Scott Caldwell came down with the flu, forcing Heaps to improvise when it came to lineup construction.

Fagundez Lifts Revs over Crew SC

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FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – Diego Fagundez scored twice within a ten minute span to send the Revolution to a 2-1 win over Columbus Crew SC on Sunday at Gillette Stadium.

The 22-year-old midfielder scored his first goal in the 24th minute when Kei Kamara sent a ball across goal for Fagundez, who easily tapped it through to level it.

Hello, Neumann

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Welcome back to the latest installment of "Hello Neumann," where former Revolution midfielder Steve Neumann joins us to offer his perspective on the state of American soccer and MLS.

In this edition, Steve talks about the U.S. Open Cup from the player's perspective, and along with some of his favoritememories from past tournaments.

Technically Speaking: #NEvRSL

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Welcome back to another edition of "Technically Speaking," where our resident coach and former pro Rick Sewall takes a closer look in the Revolution's latest performance.

Have a question for Rick? Feel free to ask away in the comments section!

Revs Find Balance After Break

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FOXBOROUGH, Mass. Make no mistake, Revolution coach Jay Heaps liked what he saw from his offense in Saturday's 4-0 drubbing of Real Salt Lake. But he may have been more impressed by what occurred after the early flurry of goals.

After the Revolution went into the break with four goals already in their back pocket, Heaps was concerned about Salt Lake's ability to breach the defense, despite failing to score.

Revs Rout Embattled RSL

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FOXBOROUGH, Mass. –Four different players scored for the Revolution before halftime as the locals cruised to a slump-busting 4-0 win over Real Salt Lake on Saturday at Gillette Stadium.

Scott Caldwell opened the goalfest inside of four minutes while Kei Kamara tallied in the 19th minute with an assist from Lee Nguyen.

Technically Speaking: #CLBvNE

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Welcome back to another edition of "Technically Speaking," where our resident coach and former pro Rick Sewall takes a closer look in the Revolution's latest performance.

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Koffie Returns to Revs on Loan

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The Revolution welcomed back a familiar face on Monday by acquiring midfielder Gershon Koffie on loan from Swedish side Hammarby IF.

Koffie played in 22 matches for the Revolution last season and collected a career-best four assists before his contract expired in the offseason.

Larger Issues Loom Following Loss

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After facing Crew SC 11 times in the last three years, the Revolution should have known the drill when it comes to facing a crafty and creative squad on Saturday: stay organized.

But whatever lessons the locals may have learned about their conference foes went to waste in Saturday's 2-0 loss at MAPFRE Stadium.