Revs Welcome Four Trialists ahead of Bradenton Trip

The New England Revolution returns 20 players from last year’s squad that finished third in the Eastern Conference, but that doesn’t mean that the front office isn’t looking to make additions. “We are always trying to get better, so we have a list of players that we’re in conversations with,” head coach Jay Heaps lamented. […]

Five Positional Battles for the Revs ahead of Preseason

The New England Revolution will open preseason camp on Saturday, January 25 with a roster that currently consists of 24 signed players, 20 of which are holdovers from 2013. The returnees combined to produce 75.5% of the goals last year, 91.1% of the assists and 83.9% of the minutes played. The impressive roster consistency doesn’t […]

Revolution “Best Fit” for Neumann and Mullins

The New England Revolution bolstered their offense at Thursday’s MLS SuperDraft by taking two of the most dangerous attackers in the college game, Steve Neumann of Georgetown and Patrick Mullins of Maryland. Both players could make an immediate impact with the Revs since Juan Agudelo, a lynchpin in last year’s attack, has officially moved to […]

5 Players for the Revs Ahead of the 2014 SuperDraft

Head coach Jay Heaps hasn’t had a lot of success with the MLS SuperDraft since becoming head coach. In his two years at the helm, Heaps has made ten picks with only Andrew Farrell, Kelyn Rowe and Luis Soffner still occupying roster spots. Although the players that remain on the Revolution squad have a lot […]

Scouting Esmael Goncalves

The New England Revolution has recently been linked to striker/winger Esmael Goncalves. Beyond the information provided by YouTube and Wikipedia, the 22 year old Portuguese player is an unknown commodity to Revs fans. To help get some insight about this potential target, I spoke to fans from St. Mirren and APOEL FC, two clubs where […]

10 Holiday Wishes for the New England Revolution

In a few days, many of us will be surrounding a Christmas tree to open presents. While you may be happy with that sweater from Aunt Ann or that iPod from Uncle Bill, you want something more, something much harder to wrap. You want a successful 2014 season for the New England Revolution. Below, I […]

Life After the Revs: An Interview with Alec Purdie

On November 22, the New England Revolution announced that nine players had their declined, three players were out of contract and three players were waived. While the front office will continue to negotiate with some of these players, it's clear that some of the 2013 roster won't return in 2014. To get an insider's perspective […]

Caldwell and Farrell Reflect on Rookie Year

While neither player was nominated for Rookie of the Year, there’s no denying that Andrew Farrell and Scott Caldwell were influential for the New England Revolution. Farrell established himself as the first-choice right back from day one and registered 2813 minutes for the Boys in Blue. Caldwell ultimately contributed 2174 minutes after beating out Kalifa […]

10 Reasons for Revs Fans Should be Thankful

Soon you’ll be surrounded by friends and family waiting to carve into the turkey. During this time, the inevitable question will be asked, “What are you thankful for?” While you may sprout out something about work or your personal life, let’s be honest – you’re thankful for what the New England Revolution did in 2013. […]

Uncertainty Surrounds Goncalves’ Future with Revs

Jose Goncalves was a rock for the New England Revolution during the 2013 season. The club captain played every minute for the Revs, helping them collect a club-record 14 shutouts while amassing a goals against average of 1.12, the lowest since 2006 (1.09 GAA). Goncalves also chipped in on the offensive end by scoring two […]

“A Lot of Question Marks” for Reis heading into 2014

Matt Reis appeared to have turned back time during the New England Revolution’s two-leg playoff series against Sporting KC. The 16 year veteran made awe-inspiring stops and offered decisive leadership to help keep his team in the playoff race. An awkward step late into stoppage time of the second game led to a toren left quadriceps […]

2014 is a “Do-or-Die Season” for Charlie Davies

Charlie Davies is looking forward to 2014 and for good reason. The Boston College product was one of the most promising young players in the US National Team pool before a life-threatening car accident in 2009 put his career in jeopardy. Since then, Davies has spent time with four different clubs with his most recent […]

Looking Back at Heaps’ Promise

On April 20th, I joined the members of the Rebellion and the Midnight Riders to venture down to Red Bull Arena. The trip, my first as a Revolution fan, was filled with lively discussion, memorable chants and, of course, a copious amount of beer. The optimism felt as we marched towards the stadium was quickly […]