2:12 PM EDT, Thu July 30, 2015
The Bent Musket Jul 25, 2015
The Revs are taking on Chicago. The New England Revolution are in Illinois tonight taking on the Chicago Fire at Toyota Park. Chicago has the worst record in MLS, but given the Revs' summer form the boys in blue cannot take anything for granted. The talent of Shaun Maloney, David Accam, Kennedy Igboananike, Harry Shipp, and others are enough to overwhelm anybody on their day. Notable: Jermaine Jones is on the bench after being upgraded to questionable. Jeremy Hall, Daigo Kobayashi, and Diego Fagundez have earned starts, while Brad Knighton gets the nod in goal again with Shuttleworth still...
The Bent Musket Jul 23, 2015
Which youngsters should you keep an eye on? We provide you with some of the most promising names. The New England Revolution Academy program garnered several U.S. Soccer Development Academy (USSDA) awards this past week, showing how strong the Massachusetts-area talent pipeline is. From the coaching staff all the way down to each player, the U-14, U-16, and U-18 teams have proven their worth as the Academy program has flourished in recent years. Add in the fact that Diego Fagundez and Scott Caldwell are key first team players and Zachary Herivaux is full of promise, and the Revs Academy...
The Bent Musket Jul 21, 2015
Diego Fagundez was excellent on Saturday night. When he's on, he's on. Diego Fagundez's 90-minute performance against New York City FC has earned him a place on MLSSoccer.com's Team of the Week. The New England Revolution midfielder looked sensational on Saturday night, contributing two shots, a pass completion rate of 83.3%, and of course the assist on Lee Nguyen's game-winning goal. MLSoccer.com noted that Fagundez was a "thorn in the side of NYCFC" on a night that was "mistake-free." Fagundez also earned plaudits from his teammates and coach. "I thought Diego was very good tonight,"...
The Bent Musket Jul 20, 2015
The Revs love space, and two more takeaways from Saturday's game. And exhale. For the first time since Jun. 13, the New England Revolution claimed three points as they downed New York City FC 1-0 on Saturday night. It might not have been the prettiest game, but it was an important one as the team looks to rebound from their five-game losing streak. So, what can we takeaway from this weekend's match? Here are a few thoughts: The Revs love space. You probably noticed that Lee Nguyen and Diego Fagundez looked exceptional on Saturday night. The reason is simple: space. One week after they...
The Bent Musket Jul 18, 2015
A backheel, a sweet pass, and a classy finish. The past two months haven't been pleasant in New England but the negative feelings subsided, at least for a moment, when Lee Nguyen scored a beauty against New York City FC on Saturday night. GOAL! Lee Nguyen. 1-0 #NERevs. Can't see it all here but passing / movement leading up to this goal was brilliant. pic.twitter.com/orTKvgxNB5 — Ben Jata (@Ben_Jata) July 18, 2015 It was a goal that was all about the buildup as Diago Kobayashi played a clever backheel to Diego Fagundez, who then sent a seeking pass behind the NYC defense. Nguyen...
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