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Boston Herald Apr 27, 2016
Revolution play to 1-1 draw with Portland

Revolution play to 1-1 draw with Portland

FOXBORO — Young Revolution forward Femi Hollinger-Janzen arguably was the hero in last night’s 1-1 tie with reigning MLS Cup champion Portland, even if it did come with a bit of an asterisk.
Boston Herald Apr 26, 2016

Revs’ main goal: score more of them

FOXBORO — Lethal.That is the new mantra for the Revolution, who are intent on restoring proper ownership to the Gillette Stadium environs when they host the reigning MLS Cup champion Portland Timbers tonight.
Boston Herald Apr 23, 2016

Revs torn asunder

WASHINGTON — Leave it to perpetually pesky D.C. United to illustrate the frustrations of this Revolution season in the nutshell.Every familiar Revs emotion — the angst about a refereeing decision, the displeasure about another untimely lapse and the exasperation with an unproductive attack — emerged again in a 3-0 loss at RFK Stadium yesterday.
Boston Herald Apr 22, 2016

Revs aim to finish a win

The Revolution put their four-match unbeaten streak on the line today against the D.C. United.While the Revs got a result in six of their first seven games, they only have one win to show for their efforts.Generating chances has not been a problem, but finishing those opportunities seems to be a bit more difficult for the Revs at this point. The Revs average 1.14 goals per game, which is 12th among 20 teams in the MLS.
Boston Herald Apr 16, 2016
Revs creating, not finishing chances

Revs creating, not finishing chances

FOXBORO — Consider the past few weeks as an exercise in creative frustration for the Revolution.For the most part, the Revs are putting things together properly. They are claiming possession in the right areas, moving the ball quickly and stringing together the sequences required to crack open opposing defenses. The extended buildup to prompt Kelyn Rowe’s opener in the 1-1 draw against Toronto FC last Saturday underscores the menace created.
Boston Herald Apr 16, 2016
Orlando City and Revolution trade late goals in 2-2 draw

Orlando City and Revolution trade late goals in 2-2 draw

ORLANDO, Fla. — Lee Nguyen scored on a penalty kick in the 96th minute to give the New England Revolution a 2-2 tie with Orlando City on Sunday.Kevin Molino had put Orlando City (2-1-3) in front in the 92nd minute with a low close-range blast.Orlando players argued the hand-ball penalty that led to Nguyen's penalty kick, suggesting the ball hit Servando Carrasco on the shoulder. Referee Baldomero Toledo also initially called the penalty outside the area and then changed the call after some discussion with his crew.
Boston Herald Apr 9, 2016
Revs left tied, frustrated again

Revs left tied, frustrated again

FOXBORO — The Revolution couldn’t deny Toronto FC striker Sebastian Giovinco the fourth time around.The reigning MVP of Major League Soccer scored the equalizer in the 58th minute to secure a 1-1 tie in a grueling match yesterday at Gillette Stadium. The Revs were the only MLS team to hold Giovinco scoreless in multiple games last season.“I am frustrated, disappointed and disheartened,” said Revs coach Jay Heaps. “I thought we came out and played hard the first 35 minutes and in the second half we came out and pressed.”
Boston Herald Apr 8, 2016
Revolution keep eye on Sebastian Giovinco, Toronto FC

Revolution keep eye on Sebastian Giovinco, Toronto FC

FOXBORO — Toronto FC forward Sebastian Giovinco has the undivided attention of the Revolution defense.The dynamic 5-foot-5, 130-pounder from Turin, Italy, will draw the collective scrutiny of the Revs when the teams meet in an MLS Eastern Division clash today at Gillette Stadium.“When Giovinco has the ball you have to team defend him and you have to be over and support your teammate,” Revolution defender Chris Tierney said. “If he gets free there is someone there to put in a challenge.

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