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The New England Revolution beat Toronto FC 3-1 at Gillette Stadium on Saturday night in front of 21,362 happy fans. Charlie Davies with two goals and Lee Nguyen from the penalty spot scored the New England goals, who now have a three match unbeaten run going. I had been looking forward to see Toronto’s dynamic [...]

New England Revolution’s 2-1 victory over D.C. United Saturday night at Gillette Stadium might have been their most impressive win of the season. Yes it lacked the offensive fireworks that marked the clubs previous thumping’s of Seattle and Philadelphia, but in winning, Jay Heaps side showed a grit and determination that we had not seen [...]

A season high crowd of 21,297 saw the New England Revolution draw with the Houston Dynamo. It was a result that did nothing for the Revs playoff hopes. With four games left New England are in sixth place with 41 points, leaving them one point out of the playoffs with four games to go. With [...]

New England Keep Playoff Hopes Alive With Win

Not sure what Jay Heaps said at half-time, but after putting in their worst 45 minutes of the season the New England Revolution came from a goal down to beat D.C. United 2-1. Diego Fagundez with his 11th goal of the season and Lee Nguyen from the penalty spot got the goals that NE needed. [...]

Big move by Mike Burns and the New England Revolution today as they acquired 20-year-old U.S. National Team forward Juan Agudelo for the black hole known as allocation money. Agudelo blasted into the conscious of most soccer fans in November 2010, when as a 17-year-old he made his debut with the national team and scored [...]

Heaps Changes Work As Revs Beat Union 2-0

The New England Revolution picked up their first home win of the season on Saturday as they beat the Philadelphia Union 2-0 in front of 18,383. Diego Fagundez and man-of-the-match Lee Nguyen scored the two Revs goals. After getting thumped in New York last week, Revs boss Jay Heaps switched formations tonight. He went to a 4-1-4-1 [...]

Hear from Jay Heaps, Jose Goncalves & Juan Toja regarding this week’s league match vs. the Philadelphia Union. It’s rivalry week in Major League Soccer as New England heads to Philadelphia in search of their first ever win against the Union. The Union won both meetings at PPL Park a year ago,but the Revs coming [...]

Brad Evans converted a first-half penalty kick and Eddie Johnson added an insurance strike just before halftime as the New England Revolution lost 2-0 to the Seattle Sounders FC in the first game of the Desert Diamond Cup on Wednesday night at Kino Veterans Memorial Stadium. For a preseason friendly, the game was unusually physical, [...]

In front of their biggest crowd of the year, the New England Revolution beat the Chicago Fire 1-0 tonight. Teen sensation Diego Fagundez with the winner in the first half with a spectacular goal from 25-yards. This was by far the best 90 minutes New England have played in a long time. They were compact [...]

Revs Beat Portland Timbers 1-0

The New England Revolution picked up their first victory of the season as they rode Saer Sène goal after only 28 seconds to defeat the Portland Timbers 1-0. It was the first career victory for head coach Jay Heaps after the Revolution (1-2-0, 3 pts.) suffered back-to-back losses on the road to start the season. [...]