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The Bent Musket Jan 27, 2015

Lee Nguyen's Case To Start Against Chile for the USA

New England fans are well versed in what their playmaking midfielder can do in MLS, now it's time for the international community to learn what he can do with the USMNT. Just in case anyone has any doubts as to who the best play-making/central-attacking midfielder for the United States is right now, I'm just going to leave this here: Lee Nguyen in the game less than two minutes and already gives #USMNT its best look at goal all game. #USAvCOL https://t.co/QJO8XiYJOX — Ben Jata (@Ben_Jata) November 14, 2014 It was a brief moment, yes, but it was a moment that highlights why Nguyen...
The Bent Musket Jan 26, 2015

New England Revolution 2014 Goal of the Year: Nguyen vs. Nguyen, Round 2K

With just two non-Nguyen goals remaining in our 2014 Goal of the Year Bracket, we dive into the bottom half. Which Lee Nguyen tally deserves to move on? Vote below. Round 2L Results Goalscorer Reader Votes Staff Votes Total Teal Bunbury 28 15 43 Jose Goncalves 8 0 8 Teal Bunbury stole the show in Round 2, earning more than three quarters of the total vote. His curling finish will square off with Patrick Mullins' well-hit rocket in the Final Four. Round 2K Matchup Lee Nguyen curls home an equalizer vs. Sporting K.C.  /  Sept. 3, 2014 Nguyen, having...
The Bent Musket Jan 24, 2015

Nguyen, Jones On USA's 23-Man Roster For Friendlies Against Chile, Panama

The Revolution midfielders are heading to Chile for the United States' first international match of 2015 on Wednesday and will also be in the squad for a home match against Panama next week. This is something I can definitely get used to seeing. New England Revolution midfielders Jermaine Jones and Lee Nguyen have been named to Jurgen Klinsmann's 23-man roster for the United States Men's National Team's two upcoming friendlies at Chile and vs. Panama. Per a release from U.S. Soccer, former Seattle Sounders defender DeAndre Yedlin will join the team fresh off his move to EPL side Tottenham...
The Bent Musket Jan 20, 2015

New England Revolution 2014 Goal of the Year: Chris Tierney vs. Patrick Mullins

Our fans have spoken--our staff has spoken--and we're on to Round 2. Who deserves a spot in the final four: Tierney or Mullins? Vote below. Round 1H Results Opponent (Lee Nguyen) Reader Votes Staff Votes Total Montreal 29 20 49 Colorado 7 0 7 For a flawless chip over the Montreal back line, Nguyen solidified a spot in the final 8, where he will fend off three of his fellow Goal of the Year candidates. Round 2I Matchup Chris Tierney Free Kick vs. Columbus Crew /  Nov. 1, 2014 With a 1-0 lead and momentum shifting toward his club, Chris Tierney lined up...
The Bent Musket Jan 17, 2015

New England Revolution 2014 Goal of the Year: Nguyen vs. Nguyen, Round 1H

With seven matchups in the books and one matchup remaining, we wrap up Round 1 of our Goal of the Year bracket. Which Lee Nguyen goal deserves to move on? Vote below. Round 1G Results Opponent Reader Votes Staff Votes Total Montreal 21 10 31 Sporting KC 4 5 9 Nguyen's iconic "scoop" brought home the bacon in Round 1, setting up a competitive Round 2 matchup. Which strike will join him? Share your opinion below. Round 1H Matchup Lee Nguyen chip over the back line vs. Monteal Impact /  Sept. 13, 2014 On the end of a scrappy passage of play, Nguyen received...
The Bent Musket Jan 12, 2015

New England Revolution Goal of the Year: Nguyen vs. Nguyen, Round 1G

With just two matchups remaining in Round 1 of our Goal of the Year bracket, we break down a pair of emphatic Lee Nguyen strikes. Which goal deserves to move on? Vote below. Round 1F Results Opponent Reader Votes Staff Votes Total Houston 18 15 33 Chivas USA 5 0 5 In Round 1F, Nguyen's strike from distance never stood a chance, falling in convincing fashion to his curling finish against Houston. Round 1G Matchup Lee Nguyen scoop from distance vs. Montreal Impact /  Oct. 11, 2014 After darting into the middle of the Park, Revolution midfielder Scott...
The Bent Musket Jan 9, 2015

Lee Nguyen, Jermaine Jones Called into US National Team Camp

Lee Nguyen and Jermaine Jones will represent the New England Revolution in January's USMNT camp. New England Revolution midfielders Lee Nguyen and Jermaine Jones have been invited to participate in US National Team's annual January camp. The camp, which is set to open at the StubHub Center in Carson, California on Monday, Jan. 12  will run through Feb. 8. Jones and Nguyen were both part of the November 14 game in London when the US suffered a 2-1 loss to Colombia. Jones went the distance, playing as a central defender while Nguyen entered as a 78th minute substitute. Jones currently has 48...
The Bent Musket Jan 8, 2015

Revolution Players Chances for Upcoming USMNT January Camp

We all assume that Revs stars Jermaine Jones and Lee Nguyen will be back with the US national team later this month...but what about the rest of the New England starters? Jurgen Klinsmann is expected to name his squad for the upcoming January training camp for the United States Men's National Team ahead of friendlies against Chile (January 28) and Panama (February 8). For the first time in seemingly forever, the New England Revolution had a presence on the USMNT, with World Cup hero Jermaine Jones acquired over the summer being a regular call up and MVP candidate Lee Nguyen getting his...
The Bent Musket Jan 7, 2015

New England Revolution Goal of the Year: Nguyen vs. Nguyen, Round 1F

In Lee Nguyen's first matchup against himself, a rocket from the edge of the box helped him earn his own victory. Tracking with us? Good. Vote for Round 1F below. Round 1E Results Opponent Reader Votes Staff Votes Total San Jose 35 0 35 Sporting K.C. 68 10 78 Though Nguyen's game-winner against San Jose received some reader love, his curling finish against Sporting K.C. ultimately earned a Round 1E victory. The Revs' playmaker will play himself in Round 2--but which goal will prevail? Round 1F Matchup Lee Nguyen upper-90 curler vs. Houston Dynamo /...
The Bent Musket Jan 5, 2015

New England Revolution 2014 Goal of the Year: Nguyen vs. Nguyen, Round 1E

With winners established in the non-Lee Nguyen section of the bracket, we're on to the bottom half: Lee Nguyen vs. Lee Nguyen. Which of his wonder goals will prevail? Vote below. Round 1D Results Goalscorer Reader Votes Staff Votes Total Jermaine Jones 12 5 17 Jose Goncalves 28 15 43 After tearing down the middle of the park, finishing from distance and celebrating like only JoGo could, Goncalves ran away with Round 1D of our Goal of the Year Bracket. The Revs center back will face Teal Bunbury in Round 2. Round 1E Matchup Lee Nguyen curls home an...

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