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Boston Herald Dec 7, 2014
Another MLS Cup loss for Revs

Another MLS Cup loss for Revs

CARSON, Calif. — Robbie Keane condemned the Revolution to another heartbreaking MLS Cup defeat by lifting the LA Galaxy to a 2-1 victory after extra time.Keane gathered a Marcelo Sarvas ball over the top, raced behind the defense and slotted home the winner in the 111th minute to lift the Galaxy to a fifth MLS title and send the Revs spiraling to defeat.It marked yet another bitter blow for a Revolution side that perked up in the late stages after Gyasi Zardes’ opener and secured an equalizer through Chris Tierney inside the final quarter of an hour.
The Bent Musket Dec 7, 2014

Tierney Equalizes for Revolution

Chris Tierney has tied it up for the Revolution against the Galaxy.
Boston Herald Dec 4, 2014
Home pride for Chris Tierney

Home pride for Chris Tierney

FOXBORO — Veteran left back Chris Tierney of Wellesley made an emotional commitment to the Revolution long before he wore the uniform.Tierney was an exuberant Revs fan when he witnessed the Los Angeles Galaxy beat the Revs, 1-0, in overtime, to win the MLS Cup on Oct. 20, 2002, before a record crowd of 61,316 at Gillette Stadium.“I remember in 2002 coming to the final here with 62,000 fans strong and that was a great memory,” said Tierney following a team workout on Gillette’s lower practice field.
The Bent Musket Dec 3, 2014

Are the Revolution a Better Team with Kevin Alston in the Starting XI?

Does a defensive minded Alston better serve the team than an overly offensive pairing of Tierney and Rowe? The LA Galaxy boast one of the best attacking teams in MLS, which means that Jay Heaps has an interesting call to make ahead of Sunday's match. The question is: who gets the nod on the left side, Kevin Alston or Kelyn Rowe? You might be thinking that the choice is obvious, but while Rowe is arguably the better player, the combination of Alston and Chris Tierney might be more effective. When Rowe went down in the first leg against the New York Red Bulls, Alston entered the game and...

Revolution finally enjoy trip to Jersey

HARRISON, N.J. -- For the first time since Red Bull Arena opened in 2010, there were smiles on the faces of Revolution players and coaches in the visitors’ locker room. After entering Sunday’s first leg of the Eastern Conference finals winless in each of their last six contests at the Red Bulls’ home park, the Revolution finally emerged victorious after staking a 2-1 win. While plenty of players have come and gone since the Revolution’s first trip to the state-of-the-art stadium, veteran defender Chris Tierney has witnessed each of the team’s successive setbacks.

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