9:17 AM EST, Wed November 25, 2015
New England Revolution Rumors & News
Boston Herald Nov 12, 2015
BOSTON — Three members of the University of Massachusetts-Boston men's soccer team are facing disciplinary action after sending out vulgar tweets directed at former professional player Taylor Twellman.The tweets were in response to Twellman's support of new rules limiting heading for youth soccer players. Twellman, who played for the New England Revolution and U.S. national team, had his career cut short by concussions.The players at the NCAA Division III school blamed Twellman for thwarting the growth of soccer in the country.
Boston Herald Oct 28, 2015
WASHINGTON — The frustration boiled over right about the moment Revolution midfielder Jermaine Jones sprinted toward the referee in the dying moments of this season-ending 2-1 defeat at D.C. United.Jones could not contain himself after an apparent hand ball by United defender Sean Franklin went unpunished after a similar one against Scott Caldwell yielded a subsequently missed penalty kick. The angst and the fury manifested as United received a reprieve in this Knockout Round affair.
Boston Herald Oct 27, 2015
WASHINGTON — The promise of another postseason run evaporated for the Revolution on this dreary night at RFK Stadium. Chris Rolfe applied the final blow inside the final 10 minutes as D.C. United ended the Revs’ season with a 2-1 victory in the Knockout Round.Juan Agudelo handed the Revs the perfect start with his stunning bicycle kick inside the opening 15 minutes. United responded through Chris Pontius on the stroke of halftime and eventually sealed a place in the Eastern Conference semifinals with Rolfe’s late winner.
Boston Herald Oct 25, 2015
NEW YORK — Forget about the scoreboard watching. Orlando City didn’t matter. The doomsday scenario of slipping out of the MLS playoffs didn’t matter. Everything hinged on the Revolution rising to the occasion against New York City FC and taking care of business themselves.