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10 things we learned from MLS gameweek 11

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Here are the 10 things we learned from week eleven of the Major League Soccer season.

1. Seattle Is The Team To Beat

The Sounders traveled up to BC Place to take on the front-running Vancouver Whitecaps, replaced Obafemi Martins with Chad Barrett, watched Barrett nab a brace, and returned to Seattle with the Cascadia Cup all but locked up and a three-game home-stand to finish May.

10 things we learned from MLS gameweek 11

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Here are the 10 things we learned from week eleven of the Major League Soccer season.

1. Seattle Is The Team To Beat

The Sounders traveled up to BC Place to take on the front-running Vancouver Whitecaps, replaced Obafemi Martins with Chad Barrett, watched Barrett nab a brace, and returned to Seattle with the Cascadia Cup all but locked up and a three-game home-stand to finish May.

D.C. United fans share Dwayne De Rosario's greatest hits

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With the four-time MLS Cup winner announcing his retirement this week, the B&RU staff share their favorite memories of former D.C. United attacker Dwayne De Rosario.

He's on Mt. Rushmore. Of this there can be no debate. Dwayne De Rosario has had one of the best MLS careers of anyone in the league's still short history, and the 36-year-old announced this week that he's calling it a career after winning championships with the San Jose Earthquakes and Houston Dynamo and after a 2011 season that saw him traded to D.

Houston Dynamo 0 – San Jose Earthquakes 1

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The San Jose Earthquakes picked up three points on Tuesday night in a successful return to Houston for coach Dominic Kinnear. Read More

10 things we learned from MLS gameweek 9

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Here are the 10 things we learned from gameweek nine of the Major League Soccer season.

1. Sleepwalking in LA

Alan Gordon has, single-handedly netted LA somewhere around five of their 13 points this season. Without Gordon, who hit the 200 appearance landmark against Seattle earlier this year, the Galaxy are bottom of the Western Conference.

10 things we learned from MLS gameweek 9

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Here are the 10 things we learned from gameweek nine of the Major League Soccer season.

1. Sleepwalking in LA

Alan Gordon has, single-handedly netted LA somewhere around five of their 13 points this season. Without Gordon, who hit the 200 appearance landmark against Seattle earlier this year, the Galaxy are bottom of the Western Conference.

Q&A with Chris Wondolowski

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Clemente Lisi speaks with USMNT and San Jose Earthquakes forward Chris Wondolowski about the Quakes season and the Gold Cup. Read More

2015 International Champions Cup teams

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The 2015 International Champions Cup will have three MLS teams joining international super clubs like Barcelona and Manchester United. Read More

10 things we learned from gameweek 6 of MLS

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Here are the 10 things we learned from week six of the Major League Soccer season.

1. Orlando can be as good as they want to be

The Lions made one of the longest road-trips in MLS to play the newly confident Portland Timbers, and dismantled them in a convincing 2-0 win.

10 things we learned from gameweek 6 of MLS

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Here are the 10 things we learned from week six of the Major League Soccer season.

1. Orlando can be as good as they want to be

The Lions made one of the longest road-trips in MLS to play the newly confident Portland Timbers, and dismantled them in a convincing 2-0 win.

Five Things We Learned: #NEvSJ

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It's not often that the fourth games of the season are worthy of the "instant classic" designation.But Saturday's Revs-Earthquakes clash will probably go down as one of the more memorable early-seasonmatches we've seen in recent years.

Turning the Corner?

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FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The growing pains that have come with the Revolution's new center back pairing have been evident, and no one will refute that. But in Saturday's 2-1 win over San Jose, the Andrew Farrell-Jose Goncalves partnership showed noticeable improvement.

A Fortuitous Breakthrough

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FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — For the first goal, the Revolution were willing to take it anyway it came.

After going the first three games without a goal, New England found the back of the net for the first time of the 2015 season in the 21st minute off a deflection.

Three Thoughts: #NEvSJ

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Three thoughts from the Revolution's first win of the season, which came at the expense of the Earthquakes in Saturday's 2-1 victory.

1. Rowe got the memo: Given that the Revolution came into Saturday afternoon's game with 35 shots, and nothing to show for it, the onus was on every attacking player to be more clinical in the attacking third.

Post Match Interview San Jose Earthquakes Coach Dominic Kinnear

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San Jose Earthquakes coach Dominic Kinnear after his sides 2-1 defeat to the New England Revolution.

Five Questions: #NEvSJ

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The goals may be non-existent at this point, but things are finally getting back to normal for the Revolution.

On Thursday, Jermaine Jones returned to Foxborough following weeks of rehab and recovery from his sports hernia surgery early last month.

Snow Forecast for Revs-Quakes Clash

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Snow showersthat are expected tobring accumulations of up to three inchescould impact Saturday's Revolution-Earthquakes match at Gillette Stadium.

According to weather.com, snow is expected to start falling during the early morning hours on Saturday, and continue through the early evening.

Scouting Report: #SJEarthquakes

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In the first-ever game at San Jose's brand-new Avaya Stadium, the Quakes beat the Fire 2-1. Here's a scouting report on San Jose, who'll face the Revolution on Saturday.

San Jose basically used a 4-3-3 formation, and I'll comment on the players from back to front.

Get to Know: #SJEarthquakes

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Could the Revolution's first win of the season come at the expense of the San Jose Earthquakes for the second straight year?

We'll find out on Saturday, when the Earthquakes step onto the pitch at Gillette Stadium to face the Revolution at 3:00pm.

10 things we learned from MLS gameweek 3

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Here are the 10 things we learned from week three of MLS.

1. New beginnings in San Jose

Thanks in large part to MLS' generous hand in scheduling the Chicago Fire as the opposition on opening day at the new Avaya Stadium, the San Jose Earthquakes' big day went off without a hitch.

10 things we learned from MLS gameweek 3

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Here are the 10 things we learned from week three of MLS.

1. New beginnings in San Jose

Thanks in large part to MLS' generous hand in scheduling the Chicago Fire as the opposition on opening day at the new Avaya Stadium, the San Jose Earthquakes' big day went off without a hitch.

New England Revolution

Soccer TV: Orlando City vs New England and Colorado vs San Jose

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It's an MLS doubleheader on Univision Deportes on Friday night starting with Orlando City hosting the New England Revolution. Read More

MLS Team Of Week: What Two Revs Made It

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A look at the whoscored.com MLS Team of the Week shows that for the first time, two New England Revolution players made the Best X1 as Chris Tierney and Kelyn Rowe impressed in the Revs win over the San Jose Earthquakes at the weekend.

With his two goals I thought that Rowe had a chance for Player of the Week honors, but his performance was only the second best performance of week four as Sporting Kansas defender Ike Opara had an even better day in SKC's 1-0 win over New York City FC.

New England Revolution Picks Up First Win Of Season

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The New England beat the San Jose Earthquakes 2-1 in front of 10,688 fans on a cold and damp afternoon at Gillette Stadium on Saturday.

Revs headed into the San Jose game with only one point on the season, and that came in last weekend's 0-0 draw with the Montreal Impact.

Heading into the game my three keys from a New England Revolution perspective were:

  1. How solid will the defense be with Jose Goncalves back in the line-up?

New York Red Bulls

The International Champions Cup 2015 Guide & Schedule

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The International Champions Cup 2015 Guide & Schedule - originally posted on Soccerlens.com

What: The International ChampionsCup (ICC) is a yearly pre-season tournament held in the summer. Up until 2015, the ICCwas held exclusively in the USA, with a number of stellar teams from Europe join sidesfrom the American continent in competing for the trophy.

International Champions Cup organizers reveal cities and schedule for North America matches

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The organizers of the 2015 International Champions Cup North America haveannounced the cities and schedule for this summer's matches that will feature many of the most famoussoccer teams in the world including Barcelona, Manchester United, Chelsea, Club America and Paris Saint-Germainas well as Porto,Fiorentina, New York Red Bulls, LA Galaxy and San Jose Earthquakes.

International Champions Cup organizers reveal cities and schedule for North America matches

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The organizers of the 2015 International Champions Cup North America haveannounced the cities and schedule for this summer's matches that will feature many of the most famoussoccer teams in the world including Barcelona, Manchester United, Chelsea, Club America and Paris Saint-Germainas well as Porto,Fiorentina, New York Red Bulls, LA Galaxy and San Jose Earthquakes.

RBNY vs Quakes : Marsch-ing On!

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Another victory @The Cathedral of Football and still undefeated! Say it with me: This Is An Energy Drink!!! The High-Energy offense that Jesse Marsch has implemented has this "no-name bunch" flying. The DCU scum tied their game on Saturday, so the mighty New York Red Bulls are Top of The East mates - and with a game in hand.

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Union Academy U-16 team tops Earthquakes in final Generation Adidas Cup group game

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The Philadelphia Union Academy U-16 team finally got on the board with a pair of goals in a 2-1 win over San Jose Earthquakes in their final group game at the Generation Adidas Cup finals on Wednesday.

Raheem Taylor-Parkes scored in the 13th minute and Justin McMaster added what held up to be the game-winner in the 30th minute in a 2-1 win for the U-16 team over San Jose Earthquakes in the final Group C game of the Generation Adidas Cup finals in Frisco, Texas, on Wednesday.

Union Academy U-16 team drops first game of GA Cup finals in Dallas

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The Philadelphia Union Academy team opened Group C play in the Generation Adidas Cup finals with a 4-0 loss to Brazilian club Palmeiras on Sunday.

The Union Academy's quest for a second Generation Adidas Cup got off to a rocky start with a 4-0 loss to Brazilian club Palmeiras Sunday.

Palmeiras opened the scoring with a free kick in the first half and added three goals in the second half of the 70-minute game to open Group C play.

Academy team heads to Dallas for Generation Adidas Cup finals

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The Union open the final group stage of the annual U-17 tournament Sunday afternoon against Brazilian club Palmeiras.

The Philadelphia Union Academy will open play in the final group stage of the Generation Adidas Cup on Sunday afternoon with a match against a youth team from Brazilian club Palmeiras at 4:30 p.

Revolution

Rowe (2 goals) Named to MLS Team of Week

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Kelyn Rowe's two-goal performance against the San Jose Earthquakes on Saturday was good enough to get a spot on the MLS Team of the Week for week 4.

Rowe's first strike which also snapped the Revolution's season-opening goal drought came in the 21st minute, while his second one arrived in the 37th minute.

Technically Speaking: #NEvSJ

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*Editor's note: For this week's edition of "Technically Speaking," we're trying out a Q & A format with our coach and former pro Rick Sewall to get his perspective on Saturday's match. Let us know what you think!

Were you surprised that, after countless golden opportunities were wasted by the Revs during the last two weeks, their first goal comes from a deflected shot?

PHOTOS: #NEvSJ

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New England Soccer Today photographers Chris Aduama (aduamaphotography.com) and Kari Heistad (capturedimages.biz) brings you the scenes from Saturday's 2-1 Revolution win over the Earthquakes at Gillette Stadium.

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Jack of All Trades

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FOXBOROUGH, Mass. While some players continue to search for consistency, veteran defender Darrius Barnes is putting on a clinic and not just at one position, either.

Last week it was at center back, filling in for a suspended Jose Goncalves.

Recap Remix: #NEvSJ

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FOXBOROUGH, Mass. Kelyn Rowe put all the questions about the Revolution's scoring woes to bed with a blast that caromed off the forehead of Shaun Francis to give his club a 2-1 win over the San Jose Earthquakes on Saturday.

Rowe's 21st minute goal ended New England's season-opening goal drought at 290 minutes, and paved the way for their first win of the season a win that was sealed by a second strike from Rowe in the 37th minute.

Gameday: #NEvSJ

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FOXBOROUGH, Mass. Good afternoon from snowy Gillette Stadium, where the Revolution (0-0-2, 1 point) will hope that the fourth time is a charm for getting their first goal and first win of the season with the San Jose Earthquakes (2-1-0, 6 points) on tap. Kickoff is set for 3:00pm.

We've got yellow lines on the field, presumably because of the snow.

The Rest

Soccer TV: Houston vs Dallas and Real Salt Lake vs San Jose

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It's two Western Conference match-ups in MLS on Friday's soccer TV schedule, starting with the Houston Dynamo hosting FC Dallas. Read More

Soccer News: Avaya Stadium opens

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The San Jose Earthquakes' new stadium and Jurgen Klinsmann's roster highlight the Monday soccer news. Read More

Fire v Earthquakes match preview

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Here's an opponentpreview from reader Martin Tomszak to tide you over until kick-off tomorrow at 6pm. The Earthquakes are opening their branding spankin' new digs at Avaya Stadium so the Fire will have yet another debut party to contend with in order to avoid to the club's first ever 0-3 start to a season.