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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.

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

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.

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

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.

Defensive Errors Doom Revs

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The Revolution's winless run extended to five after they dropped a 2-0 loss to Crew SC on Saturday at MAPFRE Stadium in Columbus, Ohio.

Ola Kamara put the Revolution in an early hole when he latched on to a Justin Meram pass and left the defense in the dust before uncorking shot from the right into the back of the net in the 13th minute.

The Warm Up: #CLBvNE

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Who: Revolution (2-3-4, 10 points) vs. Columbus Crew SC (4-4-1, 13 points)
What: Week 10 of the MLS regular season
Where: MAPFRE Stadium, Columbus, Ohio
When: Saturday, May 6th at 2:00pm ET
Watch: CSN New England, MLS Live, Direct Kick
Whistle: Referee – Mark Geiger; Assistant Referees: Peter Manikowski/Felisha Mariscal; 4th Official – Fotis Bazakos

Scouting the Opposition:

–Columbus Crew SC ended 2016 out of the playoff picture, but have started the 2017 campaign as contenders, holding a 4-4-1 record, good enough for fifth place in the Eastern Conference.

Revs Aim to Rebound at C-bus

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Revolution center back Antonio Minar Delamea didn't need to watch the film of Saturday's deflating 3-3 draw at Seattle to know improvements would be needed ahead of this weekend's clash at Columbus.

After New England conceded three goals in the final 15 against the Sounders, Delamea is keenly aware of what not to do against Crew SC on Saturday and what it'll take to avoid another collapse.

Technically Speaking: #SEAvNE

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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!

Agudelo Picks up Weekly Honors

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Revolution forward Juan Agudelo's brace at Seattle over the weekend earned him a spot on MLSSoccer.com's Team of the Week for week 9.

Agudelo scored in the 26th and 52nd minutes of Saturday's 3-3 draw, a game that featured three unanswered goals by the Sounders.

Heaps: We Just Stopped Playing

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How does a team blow a three-goal lead with only 15 minutes left? Well, Jay Heaps had the answer following Saturday's wild 3-3 draw between the Revolution and the Sounders.

"It just felt like the last 20 minutes we just stopped playing and it cost us," Heaps told the media after the match.

Revs Squander Massive Lead Late

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Juan Agudelo bagged a brace and Daigo Kobayashi tallied from distance, but the Revolution squandered a commanding lead in Saturday's 3-3 draw against defending champion Sounders FC at CenturyLink Field in Seattle.

Kobayashi opened the account when he unleashed a shot from 35 yards that Stefan Frei misplayed before it squirted into the back of the net in the l5th minute.

The Warm Up: #SEAvNE

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Who: Revolution (2-3-3, 9 points) vs. Seattle Sounders (2-2-3, 9 points)
What: Week 9 of the MLS regular season
Where: CenturyLink Field, Seattle, Washington
When: Saturday, April 29 at 10:00pm ET
Watch: CSN New England, MLS Live, Direct Kick
Whistle: Referee – Allen Chapman; Assistant Referees: Apolinar Mariscal/Andrew Bigelow; 4th Official – Dave Gantar

Scouting the Opposition:

–The defending MLS Cup Champions have started their 2017 season with a slow 2-2-3 record.

Krafts Comment, Provide Renderings of Nixed Stadium Proposal

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One day after the Boston Globe reported that the Revolution's latest bid to build a Boston-based soccer stadium fell through, Robert and Jonathan Kraft issued a statement on the proposal, as well as artist's renderings of the proposed stadium.

Latest Revs Stadium Proposal Dead

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The latest proposal for a Revolution soccer specific stadium in Boston has been abandoned after talks between the club andUMass-Boston about school-owned property ended this week, according to a report from the Boston Globe on Thursday.

The Revolution, who've long eyed a move to the Hub, were in negotiations with the university in the hopes of securing land at the former Bayside Expo Center property on Columbia Point in Dorchester, Mass.

Newcomer Angoua Among High-Priced Revs

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Revolution center back Benjamin Angoua commands the third-highest salary on the team according to the latest salary list released by the MLS Players Union on Tuesday.

Angoua, who was acquired by New England via loan from Ligue 1 side EA Guingamp in January, has a salary of $654,000 for 2017.

Technically Speaking: #NEvDC

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

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

NESoccerToday: Lee Nguyen's early goal seemed to be exactly what the Revs needed to set the tone.

Revs Disappoint in Home Draw

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FOXBOROUGH, Mass. Fortess Foxboro? Maybe not so much.

Lee Nguyen scored early, but it wasn't enough to give the Revolution maximum points at home after settling for a 2-2 draw against DC United on Saturday at Gillette Stadium.

Nguyen nodded througha Kei Kamara cross inside of five minutes before Jared Jeffery hit a long-distance effort into the New England net to make it one apiece in the 26th minute.

Revs U-23s, Pioneers Set for Home-Away Series

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The New England Revolution Under-23 squad will face the Western Mass Pioneers in a pair of friendlies this summer.

The Revs U-23 squad, which is comprised of former players from its Youth Academy and local college prospects, will play its first game against the Pioneers at 7:00 pm on Jun.

Technically Speaking: #NEvSJ

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Wednesday's 0-0 tie between the Revolution and Earthquakes is a classic example of a team namely, New Engand that collected plenty of chances, but fell short of getting maximum points because of an easily correctable problem: poor shooting.

How poor?

PHOTOS: #NEvSJ

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NESoccerToday.com photographer Kari Heistad (capturedimages.biz) brings you the scenes from Wednesday's 0-0 draw between the Revs and Quakes.

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Herivaux Loaned to USL’s San Antonio FC

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Revolution midfielder Zachary Herivaux was loaned to the USL's San Antonio FC on Wednesday in the hopes of giving the Homegrown Player meaningful minutes.

Revolutionsoccer.net's Jeff Lemieux confirmed the loan via Twitter on Wednesday.

The Young and the Wasteful

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Cody Cropper made a trio of strong saves to keep the Earthquakes at bay, but the Revolution offense didn't hold up their end of the bargain in Wednesday's 0-0 draw at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass.

Cropper's stops on Fatai Alashe and Darwin Ceren in the latter stages helped him earn his second clean sheet of the season.

The Warm Up: #NEvSJ

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Who: Revolution (2-3-1, 7 points) vs. San Jose Earthquakes (2-2-2, 8 points)
What: Week 8 of the MLS regular season
Where: Gillette Stadium, Foxboro, Mass.
When: Wednesday, April 19 at 7:30pm ET
Watch: CSN New England, MLS Live, Direct Kick

Scouting the Opposition:

–The San Jose Earthquakes have started their 2017 season with a Revolution-like mixed bag of results to the tune of a 2-2-2 record.

Technically Speaking: #CHIvNE

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

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

NEST: What were your initial thoughts when you saw Je-Vaughn Watson at left back instead of Kelyn Rowe, who you mentioned handled himself well last week vs Houston?

Heaps Explains Watson Start

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It was another week, another different face for the Revolution at left back on Saturday at Chicago. But coach Jay Heaps didn't make any apologies, even after the shorthanded 3-0 defeat to the Fire.

After tabbing longtime starter Chris Tierney two weeks ago, then giving the nod to midfielder-turned-defender Kelyn Rowe vs.

Watson’s Dismissal Dooms Revs

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Je-Vaughn Watston's early dismissal put the New England Revolution in a ditch they couldn't climb out of as they fell 3-0 to the Chicago Fire on Saturday at Toyota Park in Bridgeview, Ill.

Watson, who earned his first start of season, was sent off in the 27th minute after he earned a second caution for a hard challenge on Luis Solignac.

Galleries

Revolution vs. Columbus Gallery

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NE Revolution vs. RSL Photo Gallery

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Revolution vs. DC United Photo Gallery

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Herivaux Scores for San Antonio

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Revolution loanee Zachary Herivaux scored his first goal for San Antonio FC in their 4-0 victory over Timbers 2 on Friday in Portland, Ore.

Herivaux, who was loaned to the USL squad earlier this month, came off the bench in the 84th minute before tallying in the 90th minute on a late run into the box, where he met Devin Vega's pass from the left.

Herivaux Debuts for San Antonio

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Revolution midfielder Zachary Herivaux went the full 90 in his San Antonio FC (USL) debut on Tuesday, a game which saw his team take a 3-2 victory over Seattle Sounders 2 in Seattle.

Herivaux, who loaned to San Antonio last week, started at right midfield for the USL side.

The Rest

Turner Burned on Villa-esque Goal in Richmond

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Less than 24 hours after David Villa's 50-yard wundergoal that set social media on fire, Revolution goalkeeper Matt Turner found himself on the wrong side of a similar effort on Saturday in USL action.

Turner, who was loaned to the Richmond Kickers for the weekend, was caught out off his line in the 79th minute when Ottawa Fury FC forward Steevan dos Santos launched a shot from the halfway line that sailed over the goalkeeper and into the back of the net.