Revolution Defeat Toronto, Now Focus on the Playoffs

With the New England Revolution assured second place in the Eastern Conference, Saturday’s game against Toronto FC was all about maintaining momentum ahead of the playoffs. Lee Nguyen helped assure that his team would end the regular season on a high note as his 35th minute goal turned out to be the game-winner. The Revs […]

Revs Remain Winless in 2014

The New England Revolution remain winless in 2014 as they fell to the Philadelphia Union on Saturday afternoon. A goal in the 31st minute by Sebastien Le Toux was enough for the Union to grab full points and continue the Revolution’s poor record at PPL Park (0-4-2). Revolution head coach Jay Heaps made five changes […]

Revs Suffer Worst Defeat of Heaps Era

Three goals inside the first 30 minutes of the game forced the New England Revolution to swallow their worst season opening result in club history as they were downed 4-0 by the Houston Dynamo on Saturday night. The scoring started in the 2nd minute when club captain Jose Goncalves made a rare misstep to afford […]

5 Thoughts from Revs v. Rapids

On Saturday, Mar. 1, the New England Revolution concluded their preseason schedule with a 2-2 draw with the Colorado Rapids. The result came after the Revs conceded the lead on two separate occasions. Teal Bunbury got his second preseason goal in the 5th minute before Edson Buddle equalized in the 25th. Later, Patrick Mullins’ 57th […]

Kobayashi on Heaps’ Radar “Before he got into the League”

The New England Revolution expanded their roster to 27 players on Wednesday when they acquired Daigo Kobayashi from the Vancouver Whitecaps in exchange for a fourth-round draft pick in the 2016 MLS SuperDraft. The transaction, which became official at halftime of Wednesday’s game against the Chicago Fire, comes after the Japanese midfielder spent a week […]

5 Thoughts from Revs v. Fire

On Wednesday, Feb. 26, the New England Revolution earned a 1-0 victory over the Chicago Fire. The game seemed destined to end scoreless until the 91st minute when Diego Fagundez slipped the ball to Kelyn Rowe who scored the game’s decider. The win gives the Revolution four points in the Desert Diamond Cup. Below are […]

5 Thoughts from Revs v. Chivas USA

The New England Revolution suffered their first loss of the preseason on Saturday when they were bested by Chivas USA, 3-2. Lee Nguyen and Teal Bunbury gave the Revs an early lead, but the Rojiblancos scored three answered goals through Erick Torres, Carlos Alvarez and Mauro Rosales. Below are five thoughts from the game.   […]

5 Thoughts from Revs v. RSL

The New England Revolution continued their perfect preseason on Wednesday, Feb. 19 when they played Real Salt Lake to a 0-0 draw. Both teams were liberal with substitutes as they opened their Desert Diamond Cup campaign. Although the match wasn’t streamed, the lineups and online commentary provided plenty of talking points. Below are five thoughts […]

Revs Academy Player Gabe Gissie Signs with Sacramento Republic

(Image Courtesy of Sacramento Repbulic) Mawolo Gissie, nicknamed Gabe, has always dreamed of playing professional soccer, and at 17 years old that dream was realized when he signed a contract with Sacramento Republic FC of USL PRO. The decision to join Sacramento Republic meant that Gissie would leave the New England Revolution’s Academy program and […]

Scouting Marvin Ogunjimi

(Image courtesy of   The New England Revolution’s search for a striker progressed on Sunday, Feb. 16 when Marvin Ogunjimi joined the club on trial.   The 26-year-old first gained notoriety while with Racing Genk of Belgium. His 30 goals in 84 appearances earned him his first cap for Belgian national team in 2010 […]

The Revs are “Looking for Attackers” ahead of 2014 Season

The New England Revolution has had a quiet offseason so far. Although they have re-signed several players, the only new names on the roster are Paolo DelPiccolo, Brad Knighton, Steve Neumann and Patrick Mullins. The silence at Gillette Stadium shouldn’t be viewed as a sign of complacency, but as proof that a talented core is […]

5 Thoughts from Revs v. Union

The New England Revolution continued its preseason campaign on Tuesday with a 1-1 draw with the Philadelphia Union. Jack McInerney put the Union ahead in the 44th minute before Revolution trialist Evan Melo leveled the score in the 60th. The game, which was played in three, 30 minute segments, wasn’t streamed. Regardless, here are five […]

5 Thoughts from Revs v. Malmo FF

The New England Revolution played their first game of 2014 when they fought Malmo FF to a 1-1 draw on Friday, January 31. The Revs struck first when Kelyn Rowe attacked a poor back pass and put the ball in the back of the net. Malmo was able to bring the game level in the […]

Versatility Gives Heaps Options Ahead of First Preseason Game

Since becoming head coach, Jay Heaps has shown that he isn’t afraid to try new things. In 2013, the New England Revolution went 13 games before using the same lineup in consecutive outings. Preseason will be another opportunity for Heaps to tinker with his squad in order to get the most out of his players. […]