Jun 23, 2012; Toronto, ON, Canada; New England Revolution forward Diego Fagundez (14) controls the ball as Toronto FC midfielder Torsten Frings (22) defends at BMO Field. The FC tied the Revolution 2-2. Mandatory Credit: Tom Szczerbowski-US PRESSWIRE
Happy Friday everybody, and welcome to the Musket Rounds. Today's assortment is pretty Revolution-centric, thanks to the fact that there's a game tomorrow. Plus, there's a bunch of speculation over what inevitable roster moves the Revs are poised to make. With three open spots as of July 1st, there's a whole bunch of things New England could do, and I wouldn't be terribly surprised if they had the room for a DP. They definitely have the cap space for a Young DP. Anyways, on to the Rounds.
Heaps: Seattle’s recent slide not indicative of form | New England Revolution
Jeff Lemieux talked to Jay Heaps, Blake Brettschneider, and Clyde Simms about the challenge of taking on Seattle, and how their recent troubles isn't really indicative of their form and class.
Overlooked and Underloved: Seattle Sounders at New England Revolution | ProSoccerTalk
Noah Davis has chosen the Revs vs. Seattle match as the "game no one's talking about" and done a quick preview of the clash.
Revolution Notebook: Fagundez in a fight for minutes | MLSsoccer.com
Kyle McCarthy spoke with Diego and Jay Heaps about the kid getting his first start of 2012 and his way forward in the team from here on out.
Revolution look to add to roster, extend offers to 2 players | MLSsoccer.com
TRANSFER SPECULATION! EXCITEMENT! Perhaps a forward and a defender?
Youth Update: June 28, 2012 | New England Revolution
Things unfortunately did not go as well as people may have hoped for the Revs U18s in the Academy playoffs.
Future stars playing in Austin - The USA 10 Kit
Anthony Mannino does a quick profile of some of the best and brightest young talents currently suiting up for the Austin Aztex in the PDL.
Racism pervasive in CONCACAF despite press silence - Goal.com
Brent Latham takes a look at racism in CONCACAF in light of the extensive coverage it receives in Europe. It's not the same here, especially in Central America.