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The Bent Musket Jul 29, 2015
It's too bad that Chris Tierney won't line up next to Kaka and David Villa. The push to include big-name players in the MLS All-Star Game (Yes, I'm referring to Frank Lampard and Steven Gerrard--both of whom have pulled out) diminishes the value of the marquee event. Regardless, being named as one of the league's best is still an honor. (If you don't believe me, watch Drew Moor's reaction to being named as an All Star for the first time in his 12-year career.) With this in mind, it's a shame that Chris Tierney, who withdrew due to injury on Tuesday, won't be in Colorado to face Tottenham...
Boston Herald Jul 25, 2015
FOXBORO — In 2008, a 22-year-old local kid named Chris Tierney entered MLS with the Revolution, wide eyed but eager to learn. Seven years later, he’s been named an All-Star.The one constant through it all? Jay Heaps.The fourth-year Revs coach was in his second-to-last year playing for the team when Tierney made his debut. After retiring in 2009, he stayed close with the team before being named head coach in 2011.All the while, he’s been connected closely with Tierney.
The Bent Musket Jul 18, 2015
The Revolution defender is part of the full gameday roster for MLS's midsummer showcase against Tottenham. Chris Tierney has been a part of Major League Soccer since 2008, and for the first time in his career he will be an All-Star. Pablo Mastroeni, who is managing the All-Star squad against Tottenham Hotspur, named the veteran left-back to his 22-player team. Tierney joins seven other defenders on the team and will likely vie for minutes with Damarcus Beasley of the Houston Dynamo, who is the only other natural left-back on the roster. Ahead of this weekend's game against New York City FC,...
The Bent Musket Jul 16, 2015
Tierney nominates two teammates for the MLS All Star Game. Chris Tierney isn’t the Commissioner of Major League Soccer, but if he was then he might do things a little differently. On Monday, the first 13 MLS All Stars were announced. The eleven selected by fans included expected names like Michael Bradley, Benny Feilhaber, and Clint Dempsey. The two selected by Commissioner Don Garber were more controversial as he nominated Frank Lampard and Steven Gerrard, neither of whom has made their league debut yet. Garber’s picks caused a Twitter uproar, which included comments from several...
The Bent Musket Jul 7, 2015
Chris Tierney named to Goal.com's mid-season Best XI. The New England Revolution aren't currently on a good run of form (to say the least), but the team does have good players. Case in point: Chris Tierney has been named as the best left back in MLS by Goal.com's Ives Galarcep. With the season halfway over, Galarcep took on the daunting task of listing the league's best players. Among Giovinco, Fabian Castillo, and Bill Hamid was Tierney, the sole Revs inclusion. Galarcep states that the Massachusetts native has "established himself as a consistent contributor" that is "one of the league's...
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