11:56 AM EDT, Sun August 30, 2015
The Bent Musket 14 hours ago

Philadelphia Union player spits on Lee Nguyen

Cristian Maidana spit on Lee Nguyen. There are few acts more despicable in soccer than spitting on an opponent, which is why Cristian Maidana was rightfully shown a red card on Saturday night. In a play shrouded in mystery, Maidana was ejected by referee Chris Penso during stoppage time of the game between the Philadelphia Union and New England Revolution. The presence of a red card seemed harsh initially as Maidana took down Nguyen in a fairly routine foul. The replay brought clarity to the situation as the Philadelphia midfielder was seen spitting on Lee Nguyen. It was clearly...
The Bent Musket 14 hours ago

Revolution 1, Union 0: Diego's Strike Leads the Way

The Revs earned their second victory of the season at PPL Park. The New England Revolution secured three points when they defeated the Philadelphia Union, 1-0, at PPL Park on Saturday evening. Coming off their second bye week during the month of August, the Revs came out in a high pressure system...
Sounders FC Blog | Seattle Times 12 hours ago

New England wins its 3rd straight Major League Soccer match

Diego Fagundez became the youngest player to score 25 career MLS goals and the New England Revolution beat the Philadelphia Union 1-0 for its third straight victory.
philly.com 14 hours ago

Union fall to Revolution, 1-0

It continues to be two steps forward and then three back for the Union. A week after their first-ever win at Montreal, the Union suffered a 1-0 Major League Soccer loss to the New England Revolution before 17,117 at PPL Park on Saturday night.

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Bruce Lerch / Boston Herald Aug 16, 2015

Lightning strikes twice for Revs in second half

FOXBORO — Neither rain nor thunder and lightning, nor a brilliant performance by Houston goalkeeper Tyler Deric, was enough to keep the Revolution at bay last night.Jose Goncalves and Juan Agudelo rewarded the remainder of what was a crowd of 21,723 fans who sat through a pair of weather delays totaling 2 hours, 50 minutes by delivering a pair of scoring strikes in the second half to give the Revs a 2-0 victory over the Dynamo at Gillette Stadium.
Boston Herald Aug 15, 2015
Revolution goalie well ’worth it

Revolution goalie well ’worth it

FOXBORO — If the Revolution are to make a playoff push over the final 10 games of the regular season — beginning tonight against Houston at Gillette Stadium — fans can expect the catalyst to be goalkeeper Bobby Shuttleworth.Now in his seventh season, the 28-year-old native of Tonawanda, N.Y., who played at the University of Buffalo, led the Revs to a berth in the MLS Cup a year ago and has followed that effort with another solid campaign in 2015.

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