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The Bent Musket Mar 2, 2015

Real Boston Rams: A Strong Revs Partnership

Jonathan Sigal recently talked with Hobie Hare, the GM and Head Coach of the Real Boston Rams. Within is a summary of Hare's thoughts, as well as where the Rams-Revs partnership is and could go. As Major League Soccer has grown and expanded over the last 20 years, so has its academy system. Homegrown signings are a regularly and increasingly common sight in the league, and this phenomenon is apparent with the New England Revolution. Diego Fagundez and Scott Caldwell, formerly members of the Revs U-18 academy team, are integral members of the first team squad and are some of the brighter...
The Bent Musket Feb 28, 2015

Three Thoughts From The Revolution's Preseason Win Over FC Tuscon in Desert Diamond Cup Finale

A 3-0 win over PDL side and DDC hosts FC Tucson send the Revs into the 2015 season with a comfortable and confidence boosting win. It was a comfortable but not dominant performance from the New England Revolution as they closed out their 2015 preseason with a win over the PDL-side hosts of the Desert Diamond Cup, FC Tucson. Teal Bunbury, Kelyn Rowe and Sean Okoli all found the back of the net as the Revs closed out their preseason action in Arizona with some stellar play from regulars Diego Fagundez and Kevin Alston. The starting lineup Jay Heaps sent out in this one could very well be the...
The Bent Musket Feb 21, 2015

Revolution 1, Rapids 1 - Fagundez, Agudelo Renew Attacking Partnership in Preseason Draw

2013 was a great season for both Juan Agudelo and Diego Fagundez and the attacking duo haven't missed a beat, linking up for an equalizing goal out in the desert. It might be preseason, and some of the New England Revolution's big names might be missing, but Juan Agudelo and Diego Fagundez are playing like 2013 never ended. Agudelo combined with Fagundez who scored the equalizing goal as the Revolution played to a 1-1 tie with the Colorado Rapids during their second preseason game in Tuscon, AZ for the Desert Diamond Cup. The first half was mostly played in the midfield although each team...
RSL Soapbox Feb 18, 2015

Three Questions with The Bent Musket, New England Revolution blog

Will the Revolution be fatigued after making MLS Cup Final? Is RSL rebuilding or transitioning? Jake Catanese at The Bent Musket answers our most pressing questions. RSL Soapbox) Will we get a look at Juan Agudelo in this match? How much help will he provide to the club? The Bent Musket) We certainly hope so, the only real question is where Agudelo will line up. With Charlie Davies finish 2014 really strong it will be difficult to replace him up front as the lone striker right off the bat. There's a good chance Juan lines up on the left wing, a position that Diego Fagundez and later Kelyn...
The Bent Musket Feb 14, 2015

Veteran Chris Tierney Ready For 8th Revs Season

Even though Tierney is only 29-years-old, he is the Revs' most tenured player. In 2014 he displayed versatility, a sumptuous left foot, and stronger defense than originally meets the eye. Here is what to expect from the left-back in 2015. When New England Revolution fans think of local talent on the team, visions of Scott Caldwell shielding the back line or Diego Fagundez running at outside backs understandably cross their minds. However, another, and probably even more crucial, member of the team calls Massachusetts home too: Chris Tierney. Drafted in 2008 in the Supplemental Draft out of...

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