4:08 PM EDT, Thu May 28, 2015
The Bent Musket May 26, 2015

Revolution vs DC United: Three Takeaways

The Revs were the better team, and two other thoughts from Saturday. For the third straight game, the New England Revolution let a lead slip away. This time, however, the final result, a 1-1 draw against D.C. United, didn't seem so bad. Here are a few thoughts from the game: 1. It’s about composure. Though it was unfortunate considering his history as an upstanding player, Chris Tierney was correctly shown a red card in the 52nd minute to reduce the Revolution to 10 men. Up a goal but down a man, the Revs needed to show poise if they were going to escape with a good result. Six minutes...
The Bent Musket May 24, 2015

Was Chris Tierney's Red Card Warranted?

In a match that saw nine cards handed out in total between DC and the Revs, Tierney's spiked the most controversial of reactions from fans and reporters alike. In his post-game press conference, Jay Heaps described Saturday's 1-1 draw between the New England Revolution and D.C. United as a "pillow fight" up until the 52nd minute, but what happened after that has drawn a heavy mixture of ire and common sense. The play that sparked everything occurred when D.C.'s Chris Pontius saw his in-swinging corner kick cleared back out towards the corner flag. Both he and veteran left-back ardently...
Black And Red United May 23, 2015

D.C. United held to 1-1 draw by 9-man New England Revolution

Playing against 9 men for over 30 minutes, the Black-and-Red could only manage a point through Jairo Arrieta's 80th minute equalizer Coming off a disappointing 1-0 defeat last Sunday against the Philadelphia Union, D.C. United had a great chance to get back to winning ways on Saturday against the New England Revolution. Down by a goal in the second half, the Revs saw Chris Tierney and Lee Nguyen get sent off within minutes of each other. Playing the last 30 minutes with a two man advantage though, wasn't enough for the Black-and-Red, as they had to settle for a 1-1 draw after Jairo Arrieta...
The Bent Musket May 18, 2015

Revolution vs. Toronto FC: Three Takeaways

Andrew Farrell is a legit center back, and two other thoughts from Saturday's Revs-TFC match. It wasn't the way they wanted to do it, but the New England Revolution are now unbeaten in nine after drawing Toronto FC 1-1 on Saturday. Juan Agudelo gave home side the lead heading into halftime with Michael Bradley later equalizing through a great individual effort. So what can we takeaway from this bittersweet result? Here are a few thoughts, 1. The Revolution have a new look. With London Woodberry and Chris Tierney manning the flanks, the Revs have become quite dangerous from the peripheries....
The Bent Musket Apr 28, 2015

Tierney, Davies Earn MLS Team of the Week Honors; Agudelo Recognized as a Reserve

A 4-0 victory over Real Salt Lake landed two Revolution goalscorers a spot on MLSSoccer.com's Team of the Week, with a third earning a spot on the bench. Following a 4-0 blowout of visiting Real Salt Lake, three Revolution players earned league-wide recognition: Chris Tierney and Charlie Davies for Team of the Week and Juan Agudelo for Team of the Week reserves. Tierney opened the scoring account with a 39th minute tally, a curling right-footed shot that tucked its way into the side netting. The left back nearly found the back of the net a second time, forcing RSL goalkeeper Jeff...

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