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The Bent Musket Jul 19, 2014
Dallas 2, New England 0: Revs Attack Stumbles Again in Seventh Straight Loss

Dallas 2, New England 0: Revs Attack Stumbles Again in Seventh Straight Loss

It was another loss. Seven in a row. It's very, very depressing. Despite a roster shake-up that included five new faces to the Revolution starting lineup, Jay Heaps' squad was unable to keep Dallas off the board and unable to find the net themselves, leading to New England's seventh straight loss. The Revolution came out with good energy and held there own in the early goings. Charlie Davies, making his first start of the season, showed some promising hold-up play at the top of the Revs' 4-1-4-1, a formation they returned to after Saturday's failed 4-4-2 experiment. Scott Caldwell was also...
The Bent Musket Jul 19, 2014

Can the Revolution Learn a Lesson from the World Cup?

The Revolution's bad dip of form could be changed if they learn a key lesson from the worlds biggest soccer spectacle. The MLS transfer window is open and Juan Agudelo won't be returning, Robert Lewandowski is firmly rooted in Munich, and Luis Suarez will be playing his football in Barcelona, which means that the Revolution will have to keep looking, or make do with what they have. Indeed, it looks as though Jay Heaps & Co. are confident that their current squad can snap their 6 game losing streak, but if they are to start winning, something needs to change. Jay Heaps tried to find a...
The Bent Musket Jul 14, 2014

Exploring the Revolution's Defensive Midfield Options

We haven't gotten an officially update about the extent of Andy Dorman's injury, but Jay Heaps did say it was "significant." If Dorman can't go, who starts? We don't know the extent of Andy Dorman's right knee injury, but head coach Jay Heaps said that it was "significant" in his post-game press conference. The loss of Dorman for any amount of time is noteworthy as the Welshman has logged 1214 minutes over the course of his 15 starts. The New England Revolution have a number of suitable options to play defensive midfield, so it will be interesting to see who Heaps turns to. Let's take a...
The Bent Musket Jul 3, 2014

Should Saer Sene be a Starter for the Revolution?

With the Revolution attack in a funk, it might be time to introduce Saer Sene to the starting lineup. The Frenchman had two goals this past week and received praise from head coach Jay Heaps. Currently on a three-game losing streak, head coach Jay Heaps might be looking to make changes ahead of the New England Revolution's July 4th meeting with Real Salt Lake. Saer Sene, who scored two goals this past week, will be giving Heaps a lot to think about when he's creating the starting lineup. Sene's year hasn't gone exactly as planned. The Frenchman suffered a left leg injury towards the end of...

Heaps, Goncalves don't duck from blame

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- Say what you will about the Revolution’s performance in Saturday’s 3-1 loss to the eighth-place Union, but one thing you can’t accuse two of team’s most prominent personalities of is ducking the blame. Following the club’s third straight league loss -- and second straight at home -- coach Jay Heaps willingly shouldered some of the responsibility for his team’s recent woes in league play. “There are a lot of things that go into a game,” Heaps said.

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