SOWETO, SOUTH AFRICA - MARCH 27: New England Revolution players stand on the pitch during Day Two of the 2012 Gauteng Future Champions at the Nike Football Training Centre on March 27, 2012 in Soweto, South Africa. (Photo by Lefty Shivambu/Gallo Images/Getty Images)
You know how whenever you mention "dos a cero" to any American soccer fan, they instantly know exactly what you mean? Even if it's not the same exact match (I don't think of the original "dos a cero" match when I hear it), everyone thinks "Oh, you mean beating Mexico?"
Do you think we could make "three-to-one" as colloquial among New England Revolution fans?
Anyways, today's Musket Rounds are short, but interesting, so read on!
CSN Alternate Channels listing | New England Revolution
Thursday's away match against FC Dallas will (naturally) be bumped off CSN's normal channel. The alternate channels are listed here.
Youth Update: March 31, 2012 | New England Revolution
The New England Revolution U-17 squad finished out their tournament in South Africa with a 4-2 loss to Orlando Pirates. They finished sixth in the international tournament, making them the highest-ranked American side in the competition's history.
Strong Sporting, struggling Galaxy mark memorable March - Soccer America Daily
Soccer America takes a look at the month that was in MLS and reviews Saturday's matches. Naturally, they focus more on the Galaxy "collapse" than the excellent match the Revs played.
Other Soccer Links
FIFA Adopts New International Match Calendar - US Soccer Players
I'm not sure exactly how different this is from the current set-up, but hopefully it kills some of the whining and crying about international dates.
National Teamers Abroad: Dempsey Puts On Show - US Soccer Players
US Soccer Players takes a look at the performances of American's abroad this weekend. Clint Dempsey continues to exemplify pure class, while Eric Lichaj and Jozy Altidore also scored goals.
Rapids' Pablo Mastroeni worries about playing future after latest concussion - The Denver Post
With lingering headaches and insomnia stemming from a clash of heads with a Columbus player in the season opener, Rapids captain Pablo Mastroeni is worried about his future as a player — and his future health. This is something we should all be familiar with, after everything that Taylor Twellman and even Pat Phelan has gone through.