2:52 PM EDT, Fri October 24, 2014
Boston Herald Oct 14, 2014
Lee Nguyen offered an appropriate conclusion to the Revolution’s playoff chase with his equalizer in a 2-2 draw at Montreal on Saturday.Nguyen’s looping effort curled off a lunging defender, dipped at the perfect time in its arc and nestled behind stranded Impact keeper Evan Bush. The shot did not take the most direct route to goal, but the end result secured a point and a postseason berth with two matches remaining in the regular season.“It’s been a few seasons’ worth of ups and downs in one,” Revolution coach Jay Heaps said yesterday.
New England Revolution Blog | ESPN Boston Oct 8, 2014
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- The Montreal Impact were eliminated from the postseason conversation weeks ago, but to Revolution coach Jay Heaps, game-planning for Saturday's foe presents a unique challenge. While the Revolution have already faced the Impact twice already this year -- including a 2-1 win just last month -- Heaps knows that planning against a squad that routinely changes its lineup week to week will be a test for him and his staff. "That's probably the most difficult part," Heaps said.
New England Revolution Blog | ESPN Boston Oct 4, 2014
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- It wasn’t a pretty game by any stretch of the imagination. And the slick surface and torrential downpours didn’t help matters, either. With Saturday’s crucial late-season conference clash tied at one apiece, Jay Heaps knew it was going to take a special play to unlock it. The kind of play that his club would need in order to take three points from a conference nemesis for the first time this season. Fortunately for Heaps and his Revolution squad, one such play arrived in the 67th minute when Jermaine Jones headed through a Kelyn Rowe free kick to secure a crucial...
The Bent Musket Sep 26, 2014
"MLS Insider" recounts the arrival of Jermaine Jones in their latest online feature. It hasn’t taken Jermaine Jones long to become the face of the New England Revolution as the German-American has already conducted countless interviews with both local and national media. Most recently, Jones was chronicled by "MLS Insider," an Emmy-award winning documentary series that appears online. The short video enlightens viewers to Jones’ transition to Major League Soccer. Some of the more notable moments include head coach Jay Heaps expressing his excitement to Revolution Investor/Operator...
New England Revolution Blog | ESPN Boston Sep 24, 2014
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- Following Saturday's loss in Columbus, Revolution coach Jay Heaps was none too pleased about the way Jermaine Jones was apparently targeted for abuse by the Crew. Jones came on in the second half of Saturday's game hoping to unlock a scoreless game. But knowing the midfielder's reputation for having a short temper, the Crew didn't bypass an opportunity to provoke a reaction from him -- something even more evident to Heaps after watching the game film.