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2012 Bold Predictions – Redeoux

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Time to pay the piper... Scoring: 4 and a half points. Wow, that's brutal. Worst ever. Didn't see the insane SJ season coming, but did anyone? George john is gonna get me 5 and a half, come on Geroge!

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2012 MLS, Week 33: What To Watch For

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Sporting KC will try to knock off NY once again. (Getty Images)

Breathe it in folks. Fall is surrounding us (even here in Dallas for me!) and playoff soccer is so close you can taste it. There are just two more weeks left in the season and this week could be the biggest of them all as we close in on who will be the last four teams that reach the post season.

New York Red Bulls

SBI MLS Best XI (Week 26)

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Dwayne De Rosario made history in MLS' Week 26, and he also made his way to SBI's MLS Best XI.

De Rosario's 100th career goal was the highlight of his week, which included two quality performances for D.C. United against New York and Real Salt Lake.

Upside: A little bit

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Their Words "I lost my temper a little bit there, lost my head. If there's cameras in here, someone's has to be laughing at me, because I was going crazy." Columbus Crew defender Josh Williams. Other Sources D.C. United vs. New York Red Bulls: Dwayne De Rosario scores 100th MLS goal, but Wilman Conde equalizes late - from The Washington Post's Steven Goff: At the top of the box, De Rosario met the ball an.

United vs Red Bull: United concedes late stunner in 2-2 draw

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Dwayne DeRosario scored his 100th league goal, but it was not enough to give DC the three points. Wilman Conde's 88th minute rocket from 24 yards broke the hearts of the D.C. United faithful in a 2-2 draw last night at RFK Stadium. United were mere minutes away from jumping into 3rd place in the hotly contested Eastern Conference playoff push.

Ogunbiyi's RBNY move falls through

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Babajide Ogunbiyi's long-awaited move to the New York Red Bulls is off.

Citing medical conditions, the Red Bulls parted ways with Ogunbiyi, an original draft pick of the club in 2009 who plied his trade in Denmark before agreeing to terms with the club on July 31.Â

"During our standard, thorough physical, our medical team noticed an issue regarding Jide's health," Red Bulls general manager Erik Soler said in a statement.

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.

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 Notes: Marquez out two more weeks; Pearce, Meara still hurt and more

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New York Red Bulls Designated Player Rafa Marquez will once again be designated to the injured list.

Red Bulls head coach Hans Backe said a scan of his calf revealed another injury, forcing the former Mexican captain out of the team's next several games.

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.

SUB WATCH: Week 17 (Game 1)

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"Backe Says He'll Sub You Out in a Few Minutes"Pop quiz, soccer fans: Under what circumstances would you say it is CRITICAL to use three subs:

  1. You've won just 1 game in the last 6
  2. You're playing 3 games in 6 days
  3. There's a heat wave with humidity approaching 90%
  4. Three players are coming back from injury and have seen limited action
  5. Every fan can see that, in the last 10-15 minutes, the team has no energy
If you're almost every Red Bulls fan in existence, your answer was "All of the Above.

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.

Red Bulls Notebook: Henry, Marquez likely out, Tainio improves and more

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"I don't think we ever played a game (this season) with the same team two games in a row," Hans Backe lamented after Friday's training session.

It looks like this week won't be any different.Â

The New York Red Bulls will be missing up to six starters, including Designated Players Thierry Henry and Rafa Marquez and teammates Jan Gunnar Solli, Markus Holgersson, Heath Pearce and Teemu Tainio for this weekend's match against the New England Revolution.

Matchday @BMO: Toronto FC vs Red Bulls

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Good afternoon! It's matchday again and our glorious club has traveled north of the border, to face a resurgent Toronto FC (7:00pm ET, MSG, Galavision, match notes here). Let's look at how both teams come into this one.

Toronto has come on strong, since Andy Dick's doppleganger (Paul Mariner) took over.

Role players continue to step forward, contribute major minutes for Red Bulls

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Perhaps there was a silver lining to the plethora of setbacks the New York Red Bulls suffered earlier this season after all.

An injury-plagued April and May, compounded by the suspension of Rafa Marquez and the loss of international players for the U.

Holgersson out for D.C. United showdown

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New York Red Bulls centerback Markus Holgersson will miss Sunday's match against D.C. United with a left ankle sprain, Red Bulls head coach Hans Backe revealed on Saturday.

Holgersson suffered the injury late in the Red Bulls' 1-1 draw vs. Vancouver on Wednesday. His absence will likely mean a Red Bulls centerback tandem of Wilman Conde and Heath Pearce, though Conde is dealing with what Backe is calling muscle tightness.

Matchday @Vancouver: Whitecaps vs Red Bulls

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Good afternoon! After that debacle of a game this past Sunday, our Red Bulls are back in MLS action. It's another away fixture, this time @Vancouver (11:00pm ET, MSG+, Match Notes here). Let's see how both teams come into this one.

The Red Bulls come into this one looking to rebound from that horrible loss @Chicago and absolutely needing points, to keep pace with a resurgent DC and KC.

2012 MLS, Week 13: Power Rankings

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We're back with the weekly rankings after a couple weeks off.

A few changes throughout the rankings. Two clubs moved up into the top tier while two dropped out. I have a feeling we'll see similar movement in those two tiers for the next few weeks as we move further into the summer months.

The third tier is still chugging along in a massive style while the final tier is still the worst two clubs in the league (though FC Dallas is close to joining that group).

SBI MLS Team of the Week: Chicago Fire

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The Chicago Fire did not let a little goal-line controversy get in the way of their return to the win column.

Behind a masterful performance by Patrick Nyarko on the wing and other goals from Gonzalo Segares and Chris Rolfe, the Fire continued their mastery over the New York Red Bulls at Toyota Park with a 3-1 win that improved their record against New York at the venue to 6-0-3 all-time and earned them SBI MLS Team of the Week honors.

SHOCKING goal line decision, but justice done as Chicago beat Red Bulls

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Chicago Fire beat the New York Red Bulls 3-1 in the MLS, but did it despite some dreadful work from the officials at 0:27 (GOOD CLOSE-UP AND REPLAY).

With the scores locked at 1-1, Dominic Oduro's shot for Chicago had crossed the line by a yard before Wilman Conde could clear it, but the referee awarded a corner.

Goal line technology needed

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Ask Dominic Oduro if goal line technology might change the game in a good way.

On Sunday, Oduro was the latest to be denied a score because the humans officiating on the field could not keep up with a player on a breakaway and a deflected shot. While replays clearly showed that the Chicago Fire striker had netted a goal, a sliding defender's late arrival was credited with keeping the ball from crossing the line.

Match #14 Preview: New York Comes To Chi-town

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As it's already been pointed out, we've been a little quite over here at HTIOT. I'm feeling a little rusty as attempt to put together this game preview, and it got me to thinking about the players on both squads. They've got to be a little rusty, too, right? Putting in reps on the practice is not the same as game day.

Red Bulls on the mend; prepare for US Open Cup fourth round

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An impressive start to the US Open Cup has set the tone desired for the New York Red Bulls, and with the team slowly working their way back to health, it is a vibe they hope continues.

The Harrisburg City Islanders will be playing host to the Red Bulls this Tuesday at the Skyline Sports Complex.

Matchday @Red Bull Arena: Red Bulls vs Chivas USA

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Good afternoon! It's matchday @The Cathedral of Football, Red Bull Arena (built by Makita)! In tonight's installment, our glorious Red Bulls take on Western Conference powerhouse Chivas USA (7:00pm ET, MSG+, match notes here). This could be a history-making fixture, so let's see how both teams come into this one.

MLS Wednesday: A Look Ahead

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With the international break nearly here, MLS teams are cramming in games before World Cup qualifiers begin, and the result is a numerous mid-week matches.

Four MLS games and a friendly accompany the Canadian championship on the docket Wednesday night, highlighted by the New York Red Bulls' five-game winning streak being put to the test by recent trade partner Chivas USA and the Los Angeles Galaxy looking to end their struggles against the San Jose Earthquakes in the California Clasico.

Red Bulls Down a Man Get Their Fifth Straight Win.

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How good has it been for the Red Bulls in these last four games? Injuries have come to some of their top players like Thierry Henry and Wilman Conde, but for some reason they have found ways to get the ...

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Red Bulls Run Win Streak to Five in Montreal

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Teammates Congratulate Cooper on His 10th Goal of the SeasonNo Henry, no problem.

When Thierry Henry collapsed to the Red Bull Arena turf clutching his hamstring on April 28, things looked ominous for Hans Backe and the New York Red Bulls. Yes, Kenny Cooper was having a fine season since his move from Portland Timbers.

MLS Week 11: A Look Ahead

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Chivas USA and the Los Angeles Galaxy may be toiling near the bottom of the Western Conference standings, but their annual rivalry clash at the Home Depot Center on Saturday has become a must-see event.

The match comes two days after Chivas pulled off a pair of high-profile trades, sending Heath Pearce to the New York Red Bulls for Juan Agudelo and acquiring Danny Califf from the Philadelphia Union for Michael Lahoud.

Union vs RBNY: King Kenny!

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The Red Bulls are Top of The East, with a very fortunate 3-2 away victory @Philadelphia. Let me take a moment, if I may, and give massive, but massive Thanks, on behalf of all Red Bulls fans, to the Brain Trust over @Portland for handing Kenny F'ng Cooper over to us. Some called this trade "Robbery" on the part of Portland, but I can bet you'll not find a Red Bulls fan who'd say we go shafted.

Injured Red Bull Conde charged with assaulting a police officer

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New York Red Bulls Red Bulls centerback Wilman Conde was arrested early Saturday morning and charged with aggravated assault on a police officer.

According to the Bergen Record, Fort Lee police responded to an early-morning noise complaint.and found Conde and a friend "intoxicated and belligerent to the responding officer.

McCarty leading a depleted Red Bulls side to results

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In times of great need, unlikely heroes emerge. For the New York Red Bulls, Dax McCarty has proudly carried the mantle of leadership in the face of daunting odds.

"I feel good. I definitely feel like I'm starting to play like I was in Dallas a few years ago when we made that MLS Cup run," McCarty told reporters after New York's 1-0 shutout of the Houston Dynamo.

Game Thread: Dynamo at New York Red Bulls, 2012 MLS Match 7

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NEW YORK RED BULLS -- OUT: MF Teemu Tainio (R knee sprain); FW Thierry Henry (R hamstring strain); FW Jose Angulo (R knee sprain); DF Stephen Keel (back strain); DF Roy Miller (L knee effusion); DF Wilman Conde (L groin strain); PROBABLE: FW Juan Agudelo (L knee surgery recovery); DF Jan Gunnar Solli (L calf strain)
HOUSTON DYNAMO -- OUT: FW Brian Ownby (L elbow dislocation); FW Colin Rolfe (R hamstring strain)

ALL-TIME (12 meetings): Red Bulls 3 wins, 14 goals .

Red Bulls Notes: Soler addresses player search, Marquez returns and more

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Ever since the offseason, the New York Red Bulls have been adamant about acquiring an attacking, distributive midfielder with their third and final Designated Player slot. Recent injuries to the backline have forced the team to consider other personnel options, though.


Califf rumors quiet. More Adu. Taxes. USOC begins.

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Philadelphia Union

On Sunday, Union sporting director Diego Gutiérrez was not wrong when he said of the Danny Califf trade rumors, "Whether he's here tomorrow or not—my guess is he will be." Did anyone think to ask him if Califf would still be a member of the Union on Tuesday?

Tactical Preview: Fire vs RSL

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Espindola - Movement Movement Movement

One thing that struck me about RSL striker Fabien Espindola in last week's match against New England was his movement. Espindola covered more ground than anyone on the field, constantly switching wings but also making runs down the middle looking for through balls from Beckerman, Morales and co.

The Rest

Getting ready for NYRB, Hop hate, Okugo love, more news

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Why other teams don't like Hoppenot. Okugo in USMNT central defender pool discussion. US hosting 2016 Copa America? Not so fast. More morning news.

Recap: Bakary Soumare signs with the Union

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To recap for any Fire fans that may have missed it yesterday, a bit of bittersweet news broke. Former Fire defender and fan favorite Bakary Soumare is coming back to MLS. Unfortunately, it won't be with the Fire. The Philadelphia Union gave up an undisclosed amount of cash to Vancouver to move to the top of the allocation list and sign Soumare to a multi-year contract.