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Federal Way’s Rowe voted MLS player of week

Federal Way native Kelyn Rowe of the New England Revolution has been voted MLS player of the week. Here’s the word from the league: New England Revolution midfielder Kelyn Rowe was voted Major League Soccer Player of the Week by the North American Soccer Reporters (NASR) for the fourth week of the 2015 MLS season. With New England hosting its second home game on Saturday afternoon, Rowe played a starring role in the Revs’ first victory of the season, notching both goals in the club’s 2-1 win over the San Jose Earthquakes. The two tallies marked Rowe’s second … Read more »

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Boston Herald Mar 29, 2015

Revolution finally score win

FOXBORO — The words “yellow” and “snow” usually don’t combine in a positive way, but they may have brought the Revolution a bit of much-needed luck yesterday.With wintry weather hindering visibility at Gillette Stadium, MLS ordered the use of a yellow ball. And after going scoreless in their first three games with the standard sphere, the Revs finally broke through with the new one, as Kelyn Rowe’s two first-half strikes fueled a 2-1 triumph against the San Jose Earthquakes.

Revolution get first goal, and first win

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- Sometimes, you just need a little bit of luck to break out of a scoring slump. After knocking on the door for the first 290 minutes of the season, the New England Revolution finally broke through in the 21st minute -- albeit with the help of a fortuitous deflection -- during Saturday's 2-1 win over the San Jose Earthquakes. The play that put the Revolution on the board for the first time in 2015 originated on a ball that Daigo Kobayashi won in the midfield.
Boston Herald Mar 28, 2015

Revolution win first of season, beating Earthquakes 2-1

FOXBOROUGH — Kelyn Rowe scored twice and the New England Revolution beat the San Jose Earthquakes 2-1 on Saturday in steady snow and hail for their first victory of the season.New England (1-2-1) got its first goal of the season in the 21st minute. A turnover created a chance for Rowe, whose blast from 17 yards deflected off the head of defender Shaun Francis, who committed the original turnover.

No goals yet this season? No worries

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- At some point this spring, the goal that's eluded the Revolution through their first three will come. It's just a matter of time. As such, Lee Nguyen isn't fretting about his club's scoring struggles. Nguyen, who found the back of the net a team-best 18 times last year, believes that the chances created during the Revolution's last two matches are proof positive that goal No. 1 is just around the corner. "We're really close," Nguyen said.
Boston Herald Mar 22, 2015

Revolution make minor Impact

FOXBORO — Facing a staggered, shorthanded opponent, the Revolution had ample opportunity to end their season-long scoring drought yesterday, but they couldn’t break through. Despite being up a man for the final half-hour, they settled for a 0-0 draw against the Montreal Impact in the home opener at Gillette Stadium.

Revolution fail to score, but get first point

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- After conceding five goals and failing to score in their first two matches of the season, the New England Revolution knew they'd have to step it up to get a result from Saturday's game against the Montreal Impact. Although Revolution coach Jay Heaps was forced to revamp his back line due to an injury and a suspension, his defense rose to the occasion to secure the team's first point of the season in a scoreless draw. "We knew if we didn't give anything away, we'd have a chance," Revolution center back Darrius Barnes said.
Boston Herald Mar 21, 2015
Andrew Farrell, Revolution need to improve

Andrew Farrell, Revolution need to improve

FOXBORO — Andrew Farrell’s switch to center back hasn’t exactly been seamless. Facing World Cup-caliber strikers such as Clint Dempsey and David Villa, he and the rest of the Revolution defense allowed five goals over the season’s first two matches, both losses.

Revolution ready to face much-improved Impact

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- Typically, when it comes to preparing for early-season opponents, coaches often lean on information gathered from the previous year. However, New England Revolution coach Jay Heaps won't be relying on film archives with the Montreal Impact up next. After the Impact added 14 new players during the offseason, the team that awaits the Revs in Saturday's home opener is much different than the one they faced five months ago. But that's only half the story.

Revolution waste their chances in the Bronx

NEW YORK -- Lee Nguyen returned to the New England Revolution lineup, but his best efforts couldn't keep New York City FC from claiming its first win in club history, 2-0, in their home debut before 43,507 at Yankee Stadium on Sunday. David Villa scored his first goal in a baby blue kit in the 19th minute when he and Mix Diskerud combined for a give-and-go that finished with the captain cutting through the box and putting it in the back of the net.
Boston Herald Mar 15, 2015
NYCFC shuts down Revs at Yankee Stadium

NYCFC shuts down Revs at Yankee Stadium

NEW YORK — David Villa gave New York City FC a perfect debut at Yankee Stadium by sparking the expansion side to a 2-0 victory over the Revolution tonight.Villa curled home the opener after 19 minutes and then set up former Revolution forward Patrick Mullins for the clincher in the final six minutes to subdue the 10-man Revolution in front of 43,507 in the Bronx.
Boston Herald Mar 15, 2015

Revolution face lots of unknowns

FOXBORO — This adventure into the familiar and repurposed confines at Yankee Stadium comes complete with pictures.Revolution coaches and players received a glimpse of the scene awaiting them this afternoon against New York City FC (5, ESPN2) with a blaring headline and an overhead image splashed on the back page of the New York Daily News on Thursday.

Revs prepping for the unknown in New York City FC

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- Days after his squad suffered a humbling 3-0 loss in Seattle, Revolution coach Jay Heaps invoked a familiar concept within the confines of Gillette Stadium: On to the next one. With the season-opening defeat shrinking in the rearview, the Revolution have firmly turned their attention to Sunday’s match against expansion side New York City FC at Yankee Stadium. The challenge for any club preparing for a brand new opponent is the dearth of information available to prepare and game plan against them, especially this early in the season.
Boston Herald Mar 10, 2015

New York Cosmos to play Cuban national squad in June

HAVANA — The New York Cosmos will face off against Cuba's national team in June, an official said Tuesday, making it the first professional U.S. soccer club to play on the island in 37 years.The match comes after Washington and Havana announced Dec. 17 that they would negotiate the restoration of diplomatic relations that were severed shortly after the 1959 Cuban Revolution."The shift of last Dec. 17 is a great step, very beneficial for our soccer," said Cuban Soccer Association vice president Antonio Garces.
Boston Herald Mar 9, 2015
Revs go quietly in MLS opener

Revs go quietly in MLS opener

SEATTLE — Stars Clint Dempsey and Obafemi Martins of the Seattle Sounders combined to deliver the Revolution a stark reality check to open the Major League Soccer season.Dempsey scored twice and Martins had the other goal to spur the Sounders to a 3-0 victory at CenturyLink Field. Their persistent movement underscored the detrimental effect created by the absences of Jermaine Jones (sports hernia surgery) and Lee Nguyen (groin irritation) from the Revs lineup.

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