New York Red Bulls

More Points Dropped

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Sporting KC didn't allow New York to get a shot on goal, the 3rd time this season that Kansas City has kept a team from getting a shot on goal, but KC still couldn't get all 3 points as an own goal allowed New York to escape with a 1-1 draw in the first of 3 match ups between the two teams.

KC came out strong and in the 4th minute grabbed an early lead.

Sporting KC 1-1 NY Red Bulls – Match Recap – MLS – 26 August 2012

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Sporting Kansas City remained on top of the Eastern Conference with a 1-1 draw against the New York Red Bulls in Major League Soccer on August 26, 2012.

It was a similar fate for Sporting KC who dominated most of the match but had to settle for a draw. The home side started out quickly with a fourth minute Kei Kamara goal.

Battle at the Top

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Thanks to the crazy schedule that MLS has this year, Sporting KC and the New York Red Bulls have not met in a game yet this year. The two teams will now meet 3 times over the next 9 weeks as both teams close in on the end of their season. And with only 2 points currently separating the two teams as they sit first and second in the Eastern Conference each one of those 3 games are going to be absolutely huge in the grand scheme of things.

MLS Week 25: A Look Ahead

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Riding a three-game winning streak, Sporting Kansas City has climbed back to the top of the Eastern Conference -- a spot the New York Red Bulls are keeping a close eye on from a short distance.

That first place slot will be on the line Sunday when Kansas City hosts New York in a nationally televised clash at Livestrong Sporting Park in the first of three matches between these two clubs in the next two months.

Matchday @Red Bull Arena: Red Bulls vs Timbers

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Back to the Cathedral!Good morning! The Portland Timbers come to the Cathedral of Football for the first visit since they foolishly decided to trade one Kenny Fuckin' Cooper to the Red Bulls. We all know what has happened since: 13 goals for New York, the firing of John Spencer and a comfortable spot at the bottom of the West for Portland.

New York Red Bulls Having the Season They Wanted in 2011

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Few would disagree that last year's New York Red Bulls were a tremendous disappointment. The acquisition of French legend Thierry Henry, joining a cast of international players including Rafa Marquez, Tim Ream, Juan Agudelo, and Joel Lindpere (and briefly Dwayne De Rosario), was supposed to make the Red Bulls the LA Galaxy of the Eastern Conference.

Red Bulls 2 Dynamo 0: Home Cookin'

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Cahill: CreatorSecond half goals from Markus Holgersson and Jan Gunnar Solli, both involving new boy Tim Cahill, enabled the New York Red Bulls to exact revenge for last Friday's ignominious loss in Houston and defeat the Dynamo 2-0 on Friday night in Harrison.

The victory launched the Red Bulls - however temporarily - back to the top of the Eastern Conference standings and helped preserve their unblemished 2012 home record.

2012 MLS, Week 23: What To Watch For

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Both RSL and Vancouver need points this weekend. (Getty Images)

So how about that US Open Cup final last night? Tons of drama and excitement as Sporting Kansas City claim the crown for their first trophy since 2004. They knocked off the Seattle Sounders in penalty kicks ending Seattle's impressive run in the USOC since joining MLS back in 2009.

Red Bulls Rewind: Defensive issues a cause for concern after Montreal loss

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There is a bittersweet feeling in the air at Red Bull Arena. Though today's press conference to officially announce the signing of Tim Cahill will surely nab headlines, a disappointing loss in Montreal will undoubtedly bubble beneath the surface.

Matchday @Stade Saputo: Impact vs Red Bulls

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Good afternoon! It's matchday again, and our glorious Red Bulls have travelled to French-speaking Canada for a massive fixture against the Montreal Impact (7:30pm ET, MSG, match notes here). The Red Bulls have won their previous two meetings, against Montreal, this season and will look to complete the sweep.

The crest on the front or the name on the back?

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Sebastian Le Toux is a Red Bull. We've had some time for that nightmare of a thought sink in and had the opportunity to witness the horror for ourselves. With hundreds of Union Le Toux shirts still floating around our park, where does this turn of events put you in the name on the front/name on the back of the shirt debate?

Tim Cahill Agrees To Transfer To New York

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Tim Cahill (left) is set to go to MLS with New York. (Getty Images)

It certainly is MLS Cup or bust for the New York Red Bulls.

EPL side Everton has announced that midfielder Tim Cahill is going to be transferred to the Red Bulls, pending a physical and paperwork. Cahill will likely become New York's third Designated Player should somehow he is not then New York got one hell of a steal.

Red Bulls DOOP on Philly, Go Top of the East

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David Banner... uh... Kenny Cooper Leads RBNY to VictoryOn a beautiful mid-summer afternoon at the Cathedral of Football, the New York Red Bulls got goals on either side of halftime from Kenny Cooper and defeated their closest geographical rivals - Philadelphia Union - by a 2-0 scoreline. The final wasn't really indicative of the number of chances created in what was a pretty thrilling, high-tempo match that featured opportunities for both sides and lots of good attacking play.

Match #18: Philadelphia Union at New York Red Bulls Game Thread

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Philadelphia Union starting XI: MacMath, G Farfan, Valdes, Okugo, Williams, Carroll, Lahoud, M Farfan, Martinez, McInerney, Pajoy

Philadelphia Union bench: Konopka, Albright, Torres, Daniel, Gomez, Gaddis, Hoppenot

New York Red Bulls starting XI: Gaudette, Conde, Holgersson, Miller, Barklage, McCarty, Lindpere, Lade Le Toux, Henry, Cooper

New York Red Bulls bench: Keel, Ballouchy, Arteaga, Palsson, Borrajo, Vuolo, Ruthven

Use this space to discuss the game.

Matchday @Red Bull Arena: Red Bulls vs Union

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It's matchday again @The Cathedral of Football, Red Bull Arena (built by Makita)! This time, our glorious club takes on its I-95 rival Philadelphia Union (2:30pm ET, ESPN, match notes here). Let's look at how both teams come into this one.

The Union are in the midst of a resurgence, as it has won the three MLS games played in the month of July.

Brutally hot homestand taking toll on Red Bulls

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Oppressive heat, turnover in their roster, a cornucopia of injuries; what haven't the Red Bulls fought through during this three game homestand?

Though New York clearly held the better of possession against Chicago, they struggled to find their rhythm with the conditions being what they were.

Henry strike carries Red Bulls past Fire

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Playing in torrid conditions, at an unusual time during a weekday and on short rest, Thierry Henry still found a way to snap his scoring drought.

Henry chested down a cross-field pass from Sebastien Le Toux and volleyed a left-footed blast from a tight angle off the far post and in at the 71st-minute mark for the only goal in the New York Red Bulls' 1-0 victory over the Chicago Fire at Red Bull Arena Wednesday afternoon.

Red Bulls Notes: Henry ends scoring drought, Lade makes difference and more

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HARRISON, N.J. -- Thierry Henry's goal drought had been approaching three months, with a combination of injuries and ineffective finishing accounting for 11 Red Bulls matches without a goal from the star Frenchman.

Henry ended that drought in spectacular fashion on Wednesday, delivering a game-winning goal in the process.

Late Henry Goal propels Red Bulls past Fire

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A bizarre mid-week day game was probably not something the Chicago Fire were too thrilled with when initially looking at the 2012 MLS Schedule. Still, with twenty minutes to go, it looked as if the Fire would be able to hang on and steal a point on the road against the New York Red Bulls.

Thierry Henry changed that.

Red Bulls vs. Fire: Match Day Commentary

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While braving summer temperatures and humidity at Red Bull Arena, the New York Red Bulls and Chicago Fire will take to the field on short rest with much at stake.

if the teams do not play to a draw, then the winner will move ahead of D.C. United into second place in the East behind Sporting Kansas City while having played one more game than D.

KYW Philly Soccer Show: Union turning it on

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KYW's Greg Orlandini and PSP's Eli Pearlman-Storch and Adam Cann discuss the Union's three-game winning streak and Saturday's game against Sebastien Le Toux and New York Red Bulls. Also, officiating in MLS.

MLS Rankings: Week 19

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Every week the New England Soccer Today crew will look beyond the standings to rank each of the 19 Major League Soccer (MLS) teams. This week Sean Donahue and Julian Cardillo contributed rankings. Comments are followed by the ranker's name and the rank they gave that team.


Chicago Fire vs. New York Red Bulls - MLS #20 - Preview

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Coming off a solid 1-0 win against Vancouver, the Men In Red travel east to battle the New York Red Bulls Wednesday afternoon (?!) in a vital Eastern Conference matchup. The Red Bulls also were in action this past weekend playing to a 2-2 draw at home against Seattle. With New York one point ahead of the Fire in the standings and even on games played, Chicago has the opportunity to move into third place in the East.

2012 MLS, Week 19: Power Rankings

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The rankings are out for Week 19.

A few moves over all including a couple teams moving up tiers and one moving down to the bottom. I still view the third tier as a total crap shoot you can move anyone around that group and be fine.

Here in the next few weeks we should definitely see how the playoff race impacts these rankings.

Major Link Soccer: Transfer Tracking

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Players on the Move: Recapping Friday's Transactions

Unless you have been unplugged all weekend AND missed the Sounders' match against the New York Red Bulls, you know that Sebastian Le Toux was traded for Dane Richards and allocation money. In Le Toux, New York got a flexible attacker that has scored 29 goals in the last three years.

¡Salvó Montero!

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New York Red Bulls 2 2 Sounders FC Le Toux 24´                 FERNÁNDEZ 16 Lindpere 61´              MONTERO 67´ Los Sounders FC terminaron su serie de cinco visitas a la Conferencia Este de la MLS con un empate a dos goles ante el Red Bull de Nueva York en la Red Bull Arena.

Adam Johannson Helps Sounders To 2-2 Draw

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The difference in the Seattle Sounders play with Adam Johansson at right back is significant. While it is most clear in his two assists, his defense in the closing moments is also notable. The energy from Seattle was clear and the ability of Johansson to overlap a more defensive than usual right mid (Brad Evans) helped create many opportunities for the Swede to feed the ball into the box.

Le Toux traded to Red Bulls

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Sebastien Le Toux is a Red Bull. How does Union Nation feel about it?

Le Toux joins Red Bulls

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In the second major trade on Friday in Major League Soccer, Sebastien Le Toux is now a member of the New York Red Bulls joining the club from Seattle. Going the other way is Dane Richards. "Sebastien is one of the premier attacking players in the League and someone who we have admired for a long time," New York GM Erik Soler said in a press statement.

Vancouver Whitecaps Trade Sebastien Le Toux to Red Bulls for Dane Richards - Eighty Six Forever

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Vancouver Whitecaps Trade Sebastien Le Toux to Red Bulls for Dane Richards - Eighty Six Forever

Here's the good ol' reaction from 86 Forever, who seems to think the trade makes sense. From a Sounders perspective, it's nice that Le Toux is no longer playing for a rival, but it's a tad stinky that this was done just in time for our game against the Red Bulls on Sunday.

Official: New York Red Bulls Trade For Sebastien Le Toux

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Official: New York Red Bulls Trade For Sebastien Le Toux

Former Philadelphia Union striker Sebastien Le Toux traded to the New York Red Bulls in a deal that involved Dane Richards. (via NYRB's official website)

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Western Conference Week 22: Cascadia Cup, Round Two

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A lot has happened since the last time I wrote one of these (vacations and such), but let's just focus on two key things.

Firstly, FC Dallas has gone on a winning streak that is starting to look like a serious run at the playoffs. I know -- who would have thought? But suddenly the breaks are starting to go their way, and the quality many of us thought they had at the beginning of the season is finally starting to materialize.

Darren Mattocks Hitting His Stride; Coming to Toyota Park this Weekend

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Darren Mattocks was selected by the Vancouver Whitecaps with the 2nd pick in the 2012 MLS SuperDraft. The Jamaican born forward attended the University of Akron for two seasons before jumping to MLS. He only played one minute between March 10th and May 5th but has been featuring regularly since he debuted on May 12th against the New England Revolution.

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Chicago Fire vs. Philadelphia Union - MLS #23 - Three Questions

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It's that time again, and I am here to serve up a hearty helping of 3 questions exchange. Not to mention a couple of bonus questions to boot. I visited again with Scott Kessler over at Brotherly Game ahead of Sunday's game. I'll keep this short, you all know the drill. First question is below, the rest is after the break.

Le Toux on NY, Union fans; more news

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Apparently the Union are playing the New York Sebastien Le Touxs on Saturday. Le Toux says firing Nowak "the perfect thing to do." MLS goes smart. More news.

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Valuing Le Toux

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By Jason Davis - WASHINGTON, DC (July 19, 2012) US Soccer Players -- No one disputes that Sebastien Le Toux is a very good soccer player. Tireless, intuitive, and skilled, Le Toux has a collection of abilities that make him a highly valued asset on any team with which he plays. That collection of abilities made Le Toux a regular MVP candidate and fan favorite in Philadelphia, where he quickly became the face of a.

Vancouver Signs Kenny Miller To DP Deal

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Kenny Miller is a big risk but could be a big "get" for Vancouver. (Getty Images)

Many wondered last week why the Vancouver Whitecaps would be quick to trade away forward Sebastien Le Toux. It turns out they had an even bigger deal set in motion that required such a trade.

The Whitecaps announced the signing of of Scottish international striker Kenny Miller as the club's newest Designated Player.

The Rest

Sounders Vs. Red Bulls | Highlights, Stats, Quotes

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Every once in a while, the performance of one player can define an entire game, and mark an entire season. Yesterday afternoon, in Harrison, Adam Johansson showed everyone what Seattle has been missing for two months, with a pair of assists and a crucial goal-line clearance. They were his first appearances on the score sheet for the Rave Green.

Saturday Orange Slices: Dynamo Prep For Vital Home Stand

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Dynamo News

  • New Dynamo DP is having an easier than expected transition from the Honduran League to MLS. He has already help set up a goal and has played "well on both sides of the ball" in three 90 minute shifts. (MLS Soccer)
  • Jonathon and Eddie discuss the upcoming home stand, players returning from injury, and DC United.