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Boston Herald Apr 26, 2015
Overwhelming win for Revolution

Overwhelming win for Revolution

FOXBORO — It was classic domination last night by the Revolution, and it came with a decided homegrown flavor.Three of the four goalscorers own New England roots, as the hosts posted a 4-0 victory over Real Salt Lake that supplied enough smiles to suit virtually everyone of the 17,982 in attendance at Gillette Stadium.
Boston Herald Apr 20, 2015

Bunbury leads New England past Philadelphia, 2-1

CHESTER, Pennsylvania — Teal Bunbury scored one goal and set up another after entering the game in the 61st minute as the New England Revolution beat the Philadelphia Union 2-1 in Major League Soccer on Sunday.Cristian Maidana opened the scoring for Philadelphia with a free kick that glanced off the post and into the net in the 42nd minute.The Revolution's Charlie Davies equalized in the 64th minute after Bunbury beat his marker at the edge of the 18-yard box and delivered a ball to the far post where an unmarked Davies tapped it in.
Boston Herald Apr 19, 2015

Teal Bunbury rallies New England past Philadelphia, 2-1

CHESTER, Pa. — Teal Bunbury had a goal and an assist after entering the game in the 61st minute and the New England Revolution beat the Philadelphia Union 2-1 on Sunday.New England (3-2-2) extended its undefeated streak to five games.Cristian Maidana struck a free kick that glanced off the post to give Philadelphia (1-4-3) a 1-0 lead in the 42nd minute. New England goalkeeper Bobby Shuttleworth had only conceded one goal in the last four matches.
Boston Herald Apr 12, 2015
Wind dictates play for Revs, Columbus

Wind dictates play for Revs, Columbus

FOXBORO — The most telling snapshot from the inert 0-0 draw between the Revolution and Columbus Crew SC yesterday arrived as Lee Nguyen stood over a second half free kick.Nguyen assessed his options just after the hour and pondered how to proceed with the set piece. As he prepared to approach the ball, he watched ruefully as a gust carried it away from its carefully selected perch.It proved that sort of day, as both teams grappled with the swirling wind inside Gillette Stadium and struggled to tip the balance in their favor in this matchup of familiar foes.
Boston Herald Apr 11, 2015

Jermaine Jones hopes for Revs return today

FOXBORO — Revolution midfielder Jermaine Jones glides around the practice field with newfound freedom.Every smooth stride reveals the progress made over the past few weeks. He underwent sports hernia surgery in January to place himself in a position to proceed through this busy year without any hindrances.The plan took some time to take hold. Jones spent the first couple of weeks of this season recovering at home in Southern California. He returned to the area in late March and traveled with his teammates to Colorado for the 2-0 victory over the Rapids last Saturday.
Boston Herald Apr 4, 2015

Revs look to break down rough Rapids

FOXBORO — The Colorado Rapids are an extension of their coach, and that could mean trouble for the Revolution.The Revolution (1-2-1) will be looking for their second straight victory when they run with the Rapids (0-0-3) tonight (7) at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park in Commerce City, Colo. The Revs are 2-1-2 in their last five games against the Rapids, but they have never won at DSG Park (0-3-3).
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.
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.

Revolution Player News

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    Teal Bunbury

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  • Kelyn Rowe

    Kelyn Rowe

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  • Lee Nguyen

    Lee Nguyen

    Revolution's Agudelo and Nguyen Called Up by US Men's National Team

  • Jermaine Jones

    Jermaine Jones

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