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Revolution re-sign Farrell, Bunbury and two others

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The club took another step toward finalizing its 2018 roster on Friday.

Four familiar faces will return to Foxboro next season.

On Friday, the Revolution re-signed a trio of veteran players: defender Andrew Farrell, forward Teal Bunbury and goalkeeper Brad Knighton. The club also agreed to terms with 22-year-old forward Brian Wright.

Expansion Draft: Revolution protect 11, including Andrew Farrell

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Ahead of Tuesday's draft, the club released its list of secure names.

When LAFC goes shopping during Tuesday's expansion draft, the team won't have many options from the Revolution's list of eligible players. On Sunday, Brad Friedel's club protected 11, including defender Andrew Farrell and forward Teal Bunbury.

New England Revolution

Major Link Soccer: Roster cuts across the league

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Plenty of former Sounders and bench depth are now available in one of the upcoming drafts.


I can guarantee you haven't had enough hype, Aaron Levine dove into the unprecedented success that the Sounders are able to accomplish this season.


Playoff soccer viewership is up 18% across the board and that includes poor scheduling because Tuesday night playoff soccer is what you were dreaming of back in March.

Revolution 2, NYC FC 1: Revs break club record in weird season

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The Revs grabbed their 12th home win on Sunday.

The New England Revolution might've missed the playoffs but they did set a new club record for most home wins in a season. On Sunday, the Revs beat New York City FC 2-1 to collect three points at home for the 12th time in 2017.

The game's defining moment came in the 26th minute when Jack Harrison was shown a red card for a straight-legged tackle on Teal Bunbury.

Revolution 2, Toronto 1: Late goals give Revs three points

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Well those last few minutes were fun, huh?

After allowing ten goals in two games, the New England Revolution recorded 2-1 win over league-leading Toronto FC.

Toronto's Tosaint Ricketts appeared to score a goal in the 23rd minute but the striker was deemed offside. Ricketts threatened the Revs' net three minutes later, but Cody Cropper was there to make an outstretched save.

Resurgence of Teal Bunbury has Revolution back on track

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FOXBOROUGH Despite the New England Revolution's struggles this season, there has been a general consensus that the Revolution are not lacking in offensive talent especially so after the team's summer transfer window acquisition of Hungarian forwardKrisztián Németh.

Bunbury is making the type of runs that got the Revs to the MLS Cup Final

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Rowe: "That was a type of run that got us to the finals."

Teal Bunbury only played 136 minutes in the first 17 games of 2017. It was a trying time for the striker, who was a regular starter during his first three seasons with the New England Revolution. Although frustrated, Bunbury remained positive that his time would come.

RBNY 1, New England 0: Late BWP Goal Outs Revs from USOC Quarterfinals

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A second half red card to Benjamin Angoua combined with a late Bradley Wright-Phillips goal is enough to eliminate the Revs at home.

For seventy-five minutes the New England Revolution and New York Red Bulls seemed destined for extra time or even penalties in their US Open Cup quarterfinal match.

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.

Player ratings: Philadelphia Union 3-0 New England Revolution

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As we celebrate our nation's independence, the Philadelphia quelled a Revolution of their own. PSP is here with the player ratings from the Union's 3-0 win over (New) England.

Teal Bunbury Suspended Two Games

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The MLS DisCo cracks down on the Revs again, this time deservedly so.

For the second straight week, the MLS Disciplinary Committee has leveled a suspension against a New England Revolution player. This time it's very deserving.

Teal Bunbury will be suspended two matches for this action against New York Red Bulls defender Damien Perrinelle:

Teal Bunbury fined and suspended 2 games by #MLS DisCo for this punch into the back of Damien Perrinelle's head.

Revolution v. Real Salt Lake: Injury Reports

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Juan Agudelo is on the list.

There's a major name on this week's New England Revolution injury report as Juan Agudelo is listed as questionable with an upper extremity injury.

Agudelo has been on a fine run of form this season, scoring six goals in ten games. He's currently one tally behind both C.

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.

Revolution v. Minnesota: Three thoughts

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Kei Kamara scored a Kei Kamara goal and two more thoughts.

The New England Revolution played their first game of 2017 on Tuesday when they tied Minnesota United 1-1. Eugene Starikov struck in the 39th minute, giving the MLS newcomers a lead until Kei Kamara leveled the score in the 78th minute.

Match Day 32: Last Trip Out of Conference

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Sporting Kansas City close out the Eastern Conference portion of their season tomorrow when they will take on the New England Revolution at Gillette Stadium. This is the first time the two teams have met since May of last year and the two teams are both going to be fighting for their playoff lives. While Kansas City is currently in a playoff spot, they could put themselves one step closer to qualification with a win tomorrow.

Revolution v. New York City FC: Injury Reports

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Teal Bunbury is back to full health.

The New England Revolution will have plenty of attacking options this weekend because Teal Bunbury is back to full health while Kei Kamara has returned from international duty.

Bunbury missed last weekend's 2-0 win over the Colorado Rapids with a right foot injury.

Revolution v. Rapids: Injury Reports

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Bobby Shuttleworth and Teal Bunbury are listed as questionable.

There are two new entries on this week's New England Revolution injury report as Bobby Shuttleworth (lower back injury) and Teal Bunbury (right foot injury) are both listed as questionable.

Shuttleworth has been the starting goalkeeper for the Revs for the bulk of the season but has recently conceded the spot to Brad Knighton.

Busy schedule could mean time for Revolution reserves

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Jordan McCrary is dreaming about making his Revolution debut this Wednesday.

After two weeks off, the New England Revolution will now play two games in four days as the club will travel to North Carolina for the US Open Cup before heading to Vancouver to resume league play. It's a busy stretch for the Revs, but one that they're prepared for ahead of this season's second stanza.

Revolution v. Sounders: Injury Reports

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Jose Goncalves, Teal Bunbury, Chris Tierney, and Donnie Smith are off the injury report.

This week's injury report is much shorter for the New England Revolution as it only includes three players.

Longtime entry Charlie Charlie Davies remains out with a right adductor strain. He's joined by Gershon Koffie, who exited early last weekend with a right knee sprain.

Revolution v. FC Dallas: Injury Reports

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The Revs are on the mend.

The New England Revolution are on the mend, as only one player is currently listed as out on the most recent injury report.

Charlie Davies is the only player certain to miss this weekend's clash against FC Dallas. The forward is still combating a right abductor strain that had plagued him in recent weeks.

Revolution v. Fire: Injury Reports

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Jose Goncalves has been added to the Revolution injury report.

The New England Revolution injury report has a new addition as Jose Goncalves is listed as questionable with a chest injury. The defender exited early from last weekend's game against the LA Galaxy and his participation against the Chicago Fire is currently unknown.

Revolution welcome competition Kei Kamara brings, expect it'll "make everyone better"

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While minutes will be harder to come by, the Revs don't envision Kamara's presence posing a problem on or off the field.

When news dropped Thursday morning that the New England Revolution had acquired Kei Kamara from Columbus Crew SC via a trade, reactions were overwhelmingly positive, and understandably so.

Revolution v. LA Galaxy: Injury Reports

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Donnie Smith won't play against the LA Galaxy.

Donnie Smith is among five New England Revolution players listed on this week's injury report.

Smith, who played left back in the last two games, is out with a right hamstring strain. He's joined by Steve Neumann (right knee sprain) and Charlie Davies (right abductor strain), who are both recovering from long-term injuries.

Major League Soccer

MLS Week 26: Red cards and shutouts

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Some MLS teams took advantage of the international break and others didn't. That meant a shorter MLS weekend than usual with only four games on Saturday. The scores start with New England shutting out Orlando 4-0 at Gillette Stadium. Kei Kamara had a hat trick with goals in the 26th, 75th and 89th minutes.

MLS Weekend Rewind: Week 23

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Both playoff races in Major League Soccer experienced shake ups during a busy weekend slate that featured 10 games.

Clint Dempsey once again stepped into the starring role for the Seattle Sounders in a win over Sporting KC. (READ)

Toronto FC thumped the Portland Timbers with four second-half goals.

Transfer targets within MLS we think could help (not save) the Sounders

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Is the final piece of the Sounders roster puzzle already in MLS? Probably. It's not a pretty piece.

While the exciting signing, if it happens, would be another Designated Player or player requiring TAM money, there is a strong chance that the Seattle Sounders also acquire a player from within USA/Canada.

Ortiz, Cronin, Bunbury headline five suspended by MLS Disciplinary Committee

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The MLS Disciplinary Committee had a busy week, and five players have paid the price for their weekend transgressions.

Jose Ortiz is the most notable as the D.C. United forward was suspended for simulation in his team's win over Vancouver Whitecaps this weekend.

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New Contracts and Options Picked Up - Former SKC Wizards Update

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It's that time of year when MLS teams that are no longer in the playoffs announce their roster news for the offseason, the players that they have under contract for next season, those out of contract, those with options picked up and those with options declined. There's a lot of players on their way out.

Bunbury, Kamara, Fall in US Open Cup Final - Former SKC Wizards Update

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While Sporting Kansas City and the Vancouver Whitecaps were playing their CONCACAF Champions League game last night, two other MLS teams were competing in the US Open Cup final. FC Dallas and the New England Revolution played at Toyota Stadium in Frisco to decide who would succeed Kansas City as US Open Cup champions.

Meola Fired by Jacksonville - Former SKC Wizards Update

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Tony Meola's first professional head coaching gig lasted all of nine months, the former star goalkeeper for the Kansas City Wizards was fired this past week by NASL side, the Jacksonville Armada. Meola was named head coach of the club in November of 2015 and had led the Armada to a 2-10-6 record so far in the combined spring and fall season.

Bravo and de Jong Join New Clubs - Former SKC Wizards Update

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The summer transfer window is open and a pair of former Kansas City players are on the move. First, former Kansas City designated player Omar Bravo has moved back to the United States having just signed with the Carolina Railhawks of the NASL. The 36 year old moves from Chivas in Mexico but will now return to the US.

Former SKC Wizards Update

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Here is this week's former player update.

Active without a club or unknown
Vicente Arze
Jamar Beasley
Reinaldo Brenes
Brian Fekete
Michael Kafari
Chris Konopka
Kyle Miller
Victor Munoz
Akeem Priestley
Yann Songo'o

Jalil Anibaba - Houston - Came off the bench and played 45 minutes in Houston's 3-1 win over KC.

Thomas Leads OKC to Win in Return to KC - Former SKC Wizards Update

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Michael Thomas returned to his home town of Kansas City this past week with his Oklahoma City Energy team to take on the Swope Park Rangers. In his return to Kansas City, the Overland Park native scored a goal to help the Energy to a 3-1 win over the Rangers, their seventh loss of the season. It was the second goal in as many games for Thomas who also scored in his club's US Open Cup loss to Dallas this past week.

The Rest

Revolution 1, Sporting KC 3: Undisciplined Revs squander early lead

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Krisztian Nemeth red card spoils strong start for the navy and red.

Days after suffering a 7-0 loss to Atlanta United, the Revolution looked poised to bounce back with an inspired performance against Sporting Kansas City. But a strong start went for not, as the club conceded three straight goals en route to a 3-1 defeat.

Revolution vs. Red Bulls, U.S. Open Cup: Preview, Lineups and Streaming Links

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A quick-fire preview for the U.S. Open Cup quarterfinals.

The Red Bulls have endured an inconsistent 2017 campaign. But that hasn't stopped the club from earning a pair of come-from-behind wins against the Revolution this season. On Thursday, the two teams will meet again during the U.S. Open Cup quarterfinals.

Top League Scorers Through 2016

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Continuing my stat updating, here is Sporting KC's top scorers through the 2016 season. For prior years, see the links below.

1996 - 1997 - 1998 - 1999 - 2000 - 2001 - 2002 - 2003 - 2004 - 2005 - 2006 - 2007 - 2008 - 2009 - 2010 - 2011 - 2012 - 2013 - 2014 - 2015


Report: Revolution Looking To Trade Up In Draft; Bunbury Wants To Leave

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Ives Galarcep of Goal.com is getting MLS SuperDraft day started with some late night reporting.

Last night as we were all recovering from the NWSL Draft, Ives Galarcep told everyone to be prepared for chaos today.

Galarcep's Goal.com report details a few things. First, both Minnesota United and Atlanta United are listening to trade offers.

USOC: Revs Advance on Bunbury’s Brace

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Teal Bunbury scored twice to help send the Revolution to the U.S. Open Cup Quarterfinals following Wednesday's 3-2 Round of 16 victory over the New York Cosmos at Belson Stadium in Jamaica, N.Y.

Bunbury's first strike came in the 41st minute, a goal that cancelled out Ruben Bover's opening goal in the 38th minute.

Revolution Waive 2016 SuperDraft Pick Michael Gamble

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The Wake Forest product did not appear for the Revolution and is now without a professional club.

On Monday, the Revolution waived forward Michael Gamble, who the club selected in the second round (30th overall) of the 2016 MLS SuperDraft. Gamble dressed for the Revolution on April 30 vs. Orlando City SC, but never appeared in a regular-season match.