5:56 AM EST, Wed November 26, 2014

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.

Revs credit work on set pieces for flurry

It is one of the oldest saws in sports: practice makes perfect. And on Saturday, the New England Revolution put that phrase into action in their 4-2 win over the Columbus Crew. The four-goal output from the Revolution was the talk of the league during the opening weekend of the MLS postseason, and with good reason. The way in which they scored half of those goals was a byproduct of constant repetition behind the scenes. “It’s something we’ve spent a lot of time working on in training,” Revolution left back Chris Tierney told the media after the match.
Boston Herald Nov 2, 2014
Revolution boss Crew to take command

Revolution boss Crew to take command

COLUMBUS, Ohio — It was an offensive explosion yesterday, as the Revolution came away with a 4-2 win in their MLS playoff opener to put themselves in the perfect position to advance to the Eastern Conference final.Charlie Davies notched his first and second MLS postseason goals, Chris Tierney scored a gorgeous free kick and Lee Nguyen notched his 19th goal of the season to give the Revs a two-goal cushion as they head back to Gillette Stadium for the second leg of the home-and-home series.

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