HARRISON, NJ - APRIL 28: Bjorn Runstrom #32 of the New England Revolution and Brandon Barklage #25 of the New York Red Bulls battle for a loose ball during the game at Red Bull Arena on April 28, 2012 in Harrison, New Jersey. (Photo by Andy Marlin/Getty Images)
New Jersey is now adequately in the rear view. The Colorado Rapids are in town tonight and the Revs need to start proving that they know how to score some goals. To hold you over until kickoff, here's some Musket Rounds. Have at 'em!
Sean Donahue has a look at the Revs' poor set pieces and lack of play from the wings in their loss to New York on Saturday.
Kelyn Rowe is still up on the board, but for how long will he remain? Will the growing pains work themselves out? Revs fans will surely be hoping so.
This piece examines the New England Revolution season so far and how things seem to be from a supporter's point of view. Midnight Riders president Fran Harrington offers up some of his thoughts about Jay Heaps and the Revs following the difficult loss to the Red Bulls.
Ryan Guy gets added to this list with "right calf tightness". Hopefully it's nothing very serious.
That's right. More than a million viewers tuned in for Monday's Manchester Derby. A sign of life for soccer in the American sports landscape perhaps?
It's about that time again--time for the U.S. Open Cup to start back up. The first round is set to kick off this month, so check out the pairings that were just released on Tuesday and start getting stoked.
As a part of a grander effort to have more specialized, niche channels available to the web-hungry herds, YouTube has announced the launching of KickTV. KickTV features the likes of Jimmy Conrad, Stuart Holden, and.. oh yeah.. former Revs head coach Steve Nicol.