3:24 AM EST, Thu December 12, 2013
New England Revolution Rumors & News
Boston Herald 3 hours ago
FOXBORO — Emotions poured out of Matt Reis as he stood behind a podium at Gillette Stadium and explained why his 16-year Major League Soccer career has ended.He cried. He laughed. He paid tribute to the people who helped him thrive during his 11 years with the Revolution (2003-13). He placed his accomplishments and his thoughts in context, particularly in light of the devastating personal fallout from the Boston Marathon tragedy. He thanked his family profusely and warmly.
The Bent Musket 9 hours ago
With Matt Reis announcing his retirement earlier today, the Revolution completed a trade deadline deal with the Vancouver Whitecaps for former goalkeeper Brad Knighton. With Matt Reis' retirement today, the New England Revolution were in the market for a goalkeeper. Only a few hours after saying goodbye to a familiar face, the Revs welcomed back former keeper Brad Knighton. The Revs announced they have completed a trade with the Vancouver Whitecaps for a conditional draft pick in the 2015 MLS SuperDraft. Today (December 11) at 5PM was the deadline for teams to trade players who were...
Boston Herald 17 hours ago
Revolution goalkeeper Matt Reis will announce his retirement today at a press conference at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro.Reis, 38, pondered his options and sought advice from his family after an emotionally taxing year. He weighed the fallout from the postseason surgery required to repair a torn left quadriceps tendon and the strain of the extensive rehabilitation efforts ahead to give him a chance to return to his best.
Corner Kicks | Boston Globe 17 hours ago
Looking back at what Matt Reis has meant to New England
New England Revolution Blog | ESPN Boston 17 hours ago
Here's some reaction to Reis' retirement from former teammates and others: Mike Burns, General Manager, New England Revolution (2005-present): “Matt has been the longest tenured player in the history of the Revolution and has set the standard to which all other goalkeepers will be measured for a long time to come. Notwithstanding all he has accomplished on the field and his success as a player, he has also been a tremendous ambassador for the game in all of his admirable charity work conducted in the community.
New England Revolution Blog | ESPN Boston 18 hours ago
New England Revolution goalie Matt Reis is retiring after a 16-year MLS career. Reis played five seasons for the Los Angeles Galaxy (1998-2002) and 11 for the Revolution (2003-13). Reiss was undefeated (7-0-4) during the regular season in 2013, and led the Revs back to the playoffs for the first time since 2009. The Revs lost to Sporting Kansas City, with Reis leaving the final game with a quadriceps tendon tear that would require surgery. “I have been truly blessed for the past 16 years,” Reis said in a press release from the Revolution.
Corner Kicks | Boston Globe Dec 10, 2013
(Italo Alexander Photography) BOSTON- The New England Revolution announced via release today that the club is holding a press conference tomorrow at 11:15 a.m....
Corner Kicks | Boston Globe Dec 9, 2013
BOSTON- The New England Revolution will take on Swedish side Malmo FF in their first preseason match on Jan. 31 in Bradenton, Fla. The Revolution...
Corner Kicks | Boston Globe Dec 6, 2013
Follow Julian Cardillo's live coverage of the 2014 FIFA World Cup Draw
New England Revolution Blog | ESPN Boston Dec 5, 2013
The Revs are offering multi-game ticket package -- “Holiday Packs.” The packs are four or six-game packages and include the choice of one of three gifts: -- Special-edition Diego Fagundez FatheadTM -- adidas winter hat -- adidas fan scarf For more information about the Revs or Holiday Packs, visit revolutionsoccer.net.
Corner Kicks | Boston Globe Dec 4, 2013
What should the U.S. look forward to in Friday's final World Cup draw?
Boston Herald Dec 4, 2013
RIO DE JANEIRO — The new ball for next year's World Cup — called the "Brazuca," in honor of Brazil, of course — was unveiled at a ceremony Tuesday in Rio de Janeiro.The word "Brazuca" has a double meaning, used as a term for Brazilians living abroad — including its many footballers — but also as slang used to describe national pride or anything "Brazilianish."Manufacturer Adidas said the ball offers "breakthrough innovation" featuring what it calls a "revolutionary six-panel design."
Boston Herald Dec 4, 2013
RIO DE JANEIRO — The new ball for next year's World Cup — called the "Brazuca," in honor of Brazil, of course — was unveiled at a ceremony Tuesday in Rio de Janeiro."Brazuca" has a double meaning, used as a term for Brazilians living abroad, but also as slang to describe national pride.Manufacturer Adidas says the ball offers "breakthrough innovation" featuring what it calls a "revolutionary six-panel design."The ball is decorated with a ribbon design in shades of blue, gold and green, which Adidas says symbolizes the traditional "wish bracelets" worn in Brazil.
Boston Herald Dec 2, 2013
Revolution defender Kevin Alston was voted the 2013 Comeback Player of the Year today after his courageous battle with chronic myelogenous leukemia (CML), a rare but treatable form of leukemia, this season.Alston, 25, started every game he was available for during the first four years of his career, which began in 2009. But at the end of this past March, he knew something was wrong and he wasn’t feeling quite right. On March 30 against FC Dallas, he was subbed off toward the end of the game and examined by team physicians. On April 8, he was diagnosed with CML.
Corner Kicks | Boston Globe Nov 30, 2013
Aaron Ramsey helped lead Arsenal to a victory over his former club