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Boston Herald May 24, 2015

Nine-man Revolution battle for draw

FOXBORO — There was a fireworks display following last night’s 1-1 tie between D.C. United and the Revolution at Gillette Stadium, but the crowd of 15,216 was already plenty fired up after the hosts held on for a draw despite playing the final 37 minutes down two men.“We practice being down 10 (men). To be honest, we don’t practice with nine,” said Revs coach Jay Heaps. “We just had a 35-minute session, so we’re all right.
Boston Herald May 23, 2015
Revolution all set to rebound

Revolution all set to rebound

FOXBORO — Since taking the reins following the 2011 season, Revs coach Jay Heaps has stressed making things difficult on opponents visiting Gillette Stadium.
Boston Herald May 20, 2015

Sporting KC scores 3 times in 14 minutes, beats Revolution

KANSAS CITY, Kansas — Krisztian Nemeth scored a goal in each half as Sporting Kansas City beat the New England Revolution 4-2 on Wednesday in Major League Soccer.New England scored the first and last goals of the game after Juan Agudelo beat two defenders and sent a shot past the oncoming goalkeeper in the 11th minute. Scott Caldwell angled home Charlie Davies' back-pass in the 64th.The game swung when Sporting KC scored three first-half goals in 14 minutes.
Boston Herald May 17, 2015

Revs all tied up at Gillette

FOXBORO — The unbeaten streak remained intact, now showing at nine games (5-0-4), and the Revolution gave the largest Gillette Stadium crowd of the season of 24,269 a 1-1 tie against a Toronto FC club last night boasting marquee names like Jozy Altidore and Michael Bradley.But deep in the recesses of the Revs coaches and players minds is the knowledge that the 5-2-4 overall record could be appreciably better after posting draws in their last two outings.
Boston Herald May 16, 2015
Bradley, Toronto FC tie New England 1-1

Bradley, Toronto FC tie New England 1-1

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — Michael Bradley scored his first goal of the season and Toronto FC came back to tie the New England Revolution 1-1 on Saturday night.Bradley used a nice individual effort to tie the match in the 53rd minute after receiving a pass near midfield. He shielded his defender down the field, beat two more Revolution players and sent a shot inside the far post.Toronto FC (3-5-1) held off several late chances by New England (5-2-4).
Boston Herald May 16, 2015
Toronto presents tough test

Toronto presents tough test

FOXBORO — Revolution coach Jay Heaps knows a dangerous team when he sees one.And Toronto FC is a dangerous team.The Revolution (5-2-3) will put their league-leading unbeaten streak (five wins, three draws) on the line when they host rebuilt Toronto FC (3-5-0) tonight at Gillette Stadium.“They had good players and they have added a lot and they are dangerous and they hit you at different times,” said Heaps. “I look at the film and I don’t make judgments on where teams are in (the standings).
Boston Herald May 15, 2015
Charlie Davies eager to see familiar face

Charlie Davies eager to see familiar face

FOXBORO — Charlie Davies anticipates some stiff French resistance when the Revolution host Toronto FC tomorrow night (7:30) at Gillette Stadium.Davies has emerged as the linchpin of the Revolution attack, a status upgrade that guarantees a fierce response from Toronto center back Damien Perquis.
Boston Herald May 9, 2015

Revolution tied up late in Orlando

ORLANDO, Fla. — Aurelien Collin scored in the 90th minute and Orlando City rallied from a two-goal deficit and tied the Revolution, 2-2, last night at the Citrus Bowl.Orlando City (2-4-3), which had not scored in three straight home matches, capped its comeback when Luke Boden crossed to Collin. His header hit the crossbar and bounced in over Revs keeper Bobby Shuttleworth.Rafael Ramos crossed to Cyle Larin, who scored on a header in the 75th minute to give the Lions their first goal since their home opener against New York City FC on March 8.
Boston Herald May 8, 2015
Orlando new challenge for Revolution

Orlando new challenge for Revolution

The Revolution began the season with back-to-back losses on the road, but have gone seven matches unbeaten since. They carry that streak into their first trip to Florida since 2001, to play expansion Orlando City SC tonight at the Citrus Bowl in Orlando, Fla.Orlando is 2-4-2 so far, but 0-3-1 on home turf and has scored just one goal despite averaging 13.5 shots per game. Revolution coach Jay Heaps anticipates the Lions will be fired up and primed to claim their first home victory against a first-place team.
Boston Herald May 3, 2015

New England beats Red Bulls to go top of standings

FOXBOROUGH, Massachussets — New England moved joint top of the MLS standings and inflicted a first defeat of the season upon the New York Red Bulls by winning 2-1 on Saturday through goals from Charlie Davies and Teal Bunbury.The Revolution and D.C. United both won to stay locked together atop the Eastern Conference and level on points with West leaders Dallas and Vancouver.
Boston Herald May 3, 2015

Revolution right at home with NY

FOXBORO — The Revolution maintained a share of first place with a payback win over a bitter rival.The Revs scored a goal in each half to secure a 2-1 victory over the New York Red Bulls before 18,296 last night at Gillette Stadium.The Revs extended their unbeaten streak to seven games and improved to 5-2-2.

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