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The Bent Musket Dec 12, 2014

Lee Nguyen Reveals "Big" Decision

A cryptic late night tweet from Revolution midfielder Lee Nguyen sent fans into a frenzy of wild speculation about his future. New England Revolution fans are not in a very good place this week. They lost in the MLS Cup final to the Los Angeles Galaxy in extra time last Sunday, traded away two strikers to the Colorado Rapids to protect more domestic players for the Expansion Draft, and then New York City FC selected Patrick Mullins and Tony Taylor in that draft. So putting out tweets like this from Lee Nguyen are not helpful: Oh. Tell me more RT @LeeNguyen24 That feeling you get when...
The Bent Musket Dec 8, 2014

Juninho's Tackle on Nguyen a Controversial Moment

In the 51st minute of the MLS Cup Final, Lee Nguyen was forced to the ground by Juninho. Referee Mark Geiger didn't point to the spot but head coach Jay Heaps thought it should have been a penalty. In the 51st minute of the MLS Cup Final, Kelyn Rowe dispossessed Robbie Rogers and then passed the ball to Lee Nguyen. The MVP candidate motored towards goal before being knocked to the ground by Juninho. Nguyen protested along with the traveling fans but referee Mark Geiger kept silent. No penalty kick for the New England Revolution. Considering championship games are often decided by single...
The Bent Musket Dec 3, 2014

Lee Nguyen Loses Out On MVP to Robbie Keane

MLS announced the winner of the MVP award on Wednesday night, and Robbie Keane beat out Revolution midfielder Lee Nguyen. Eighteen goals, five assists, second place in the Eastern Conference, and a playoff berth were not enough. Robbie Keane was named the MLS Most Valuable Player, to the disappointment of New England Revolution fans everywhere, as Lee Nguyen's dream season goes without the league's highest individual honor. Keane beat out Nguyen and Obafemi Martins, who ended up being the second-highest vote-getter when club, player, and media votes were tallied and weighted. Nguyen...
Sounder At Heart Dec 3, 2014

Obafemi Martins is not MLS MVP

MLS announced that Robbie Keane was awarded 2014 MLS MVP, finishing ahead of Obafemi Martins and Lee Nguyen. Today, on this most dreary of days, MLS awarded LA Galaxy forward Robbie Keane the 2014 MLS Most Valuable Player award. It's the first award for the mercurial Irish forward, who beat out Seattle Sounders forward Obafemi Martins and New England Revolution forward Lee Nguyen. Keane was third in the league with 19 goals and was tied for 2nd in the league with 14 assists. Compare that to Oba (17 goals and 13 assists) and Nguyen (18 goals and 5 assists), Keane had a fantastic year and was...
Boston Herald Dec 3, 2014
Revolution Notebook: Lee Nguyen cracks MLS Best XI lineup

Revolution Notebook: Lee Nguyen cracks MLS Best XI lineup

FOXBORO — Lee Nguyen’s emergence as a goalscorer and playmaker has brought the Revolution to the pinnacle of Major League Soccer.The Eastern Conference champions will take on the West-winning Los Angeles Galaxy for the MLS Cup on Sunday in Carson, Calif. Nguyen leads MLS midfielders with 18 goals this season. His performance officially was recognized yesterday when he was named to the MLS Best XI by an electorate of current players, club leadership and media.
Boston Herald Dec 2, 2014
Revs’ Nguyen named to MLS Best XI

Revs’ Nguyen named to MLS Best XI

New England Revolution team MVP Lee Nguyen was named today to the MLS Best XI as one of the top players in the league. He is the first member of the Revs to earn the honor since Shalrie Joseph in 2009.Nguyen, 28, who is also a finalist for league MVP honors, scored a career-best 18 goals during the regular season. He added five assists in 32 games, helping the Revs to the Eastern Conference title.The Revs take on the Los Angeles Galaxy Sunday at 3 p.m. for the MLS Cup.
The Bent Musket Dec 2, 2014

Lee Nguyen Named to the MLS Best XI

Lee Nguyen has been awarded a place on the MLS Best XI after an exceptional season with the New England Revolution. It took months to get official confirmation that Lee Nguyen was an inactive MLS All Star. Fortunately, news that the New England Revolution lead scorer is a member of the MLS Best XI came at a much quicker rate. On Tuesday, the 2014 MLS Best XI was revealed. The list includes legends like Landon Donovan, Thierry Henry and Robbie Keane as well as young talent like Bill Hamid and Omar Gonzalez. The attack-minded, and rarely used, 3-4-3 formation also featured Nguyen, a MLS MVP...
The Bent Musket Nov 29, 2014

Rumor: Fulham, Southampton interested in Lee Nguyen

The MLS playoffs aren't over yet but silly season has already begun. MLS Transfers is reporting that Fulham and Southampton are looking at Lee Nguyen. When you’re a MLS MVP candidate who just made his re-debut with the US national team, you’re bound to draw some attention from European clubs. This is apparently the case for Lee Nguyen as the infamous MLS Transfers twitter account reported the following: Big news: Source says Fulham reps flying into Boston today "to assess Lee Nguyen" Southampton viewed him last week at RBA. #NERevs #MLS — MLS Transfers (@MLSTransfers) November 28,...

Three Revs up for MLS awards

Revolution midfielder Lee Nguyen is among three finalists for league MVP, while teammates Jermaine Jones and Charlie Davies are also up for individual honors after MLS announced the finalists for its annual awards on Thursday. Joining Nguyen on the shortlist for hardware is Jones, who was named a finalist for Newcomer of the Year, and Davies, who was named a candidate for Comeback Player of the Year. Nguyen (18 goals, 5 assists) is up against Seattle Sounders forward Obafemi Martins (17 goals, 13 assists) and Los Angeles Galaxy striker Robbie Keane (19 goals, 14 assists).

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