7:41 PM EDT, Wed September 17, 2014

W2W4: Revs host Impact, 7:30 Saturday

The surging New England Revolution (12-12-3, 39 points) will look to extend their unbeaten run to six on Saturday as the last-place Montreal Impact (5-16-6, 21 points) visit Gillette Stadium for the first time in 2014. Kickoff is set for 7:30 p.m. ET. The Revolution enter the match on the heels of Sunday's 2-1 win over the Chicago Fire, a game in which Diego Fagundez scored his first goal since May, while Jermaine Jones collected an assist on Charlie Davies' game-winning goal.
Boston Herald Sep 7, 2014

Revolution rally to beat Fire 2-1

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — Charlie Davies scored the go-ahead goal in the 60th minute in the New England Revolution's 2-1 victory over the Chicago Fire on Sunday night.Jermaine Jones maneuvered through a seam up the middle of the Chicago (5-7-14) defense and passed forward to Davies to create the opportunity for New England (12-12-3).Davies smashed it home just 2 minutes after he entered the game as a substitute for Patrick Mullins.Diego Fagundez pulled the Revs even at 1 on a header in the 41st minute.
The Bent Musket Sep 7, 2014

Diego Fagundez Scores Against Chicago, Celebrates With Gillette Minutemen

Diego Fagundez scored his first goal since May in the first half against Chicago tonight. His celebration might be better than any bit of actual play for the rest of this match. Diego Fagundez hasn't had a good summer. He hasn't scored for the New England Revolution since May, and even found himself out of the starting XI in the last few weeks, something that would have been inconceivable just a year ago. He got the start tonight (Saturday) though, assuming his favored wing position against the Chicago Fire. In the 41st minute, he rewarded the faith showed by Jay Heaps with a goal. The play...
The Bent Musket Sep 7, 2014
Diego Fagundez Needs To Stay Active as a Starter or Substitute For Revs Playoff Push

Diego Fagundez Needs To Stay Active as a Starter or Substitute For Revs Playoff Push

A string of strong results from the Revolution have kept Diego Fagundez out of the starting XI in recent games, but the young attacker needs to stay focused and game ready if the Revolution are to make a run into the playoffs. After signing a professional contract at age 15, Diego Fagundez has showcased his precocious talent and has quickly become a well-known threat around Major League Soccer. As a result of his success in MLS, "Biebergundez" (if you will), was included in the U-20 Uruguayan national team and made an appearance a friendly only a few weeks back. There can be no denying his...
The Bent Musket Aug 30, 2014
Live Thread: New England Revolution vs. Toronto FC II

Live Thread: New England Revolution vs. Toronto FC II

The New England Revolution are set to face Toronto FC at 5 PM EST at BMO field. This will be their second meeting of the season. The New England Revolution will visit BMO Field for the second time this season on Saturday evening as they are set to kickoff against Toronto FC at 5 pm. The last time the Revs were in Toronto they recorded their first ever victory at BMO Field and the team will hope for a similar result tonight. Head coach Jay Heaps has made one change to the starting lineup that defeated Chivas USA last weekend as Teal Bunbury has gotten the nod over Diego Fagundez. It should...

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