KANSAS CITY, KS - JULY 21: New England Revolution poses for a group photo before the game against the Sporting KC at Livestrong Sporting Park on July 21, 2012 in Kansas City, Kansas. (Photo by Kyle Rivas/Getty Images)
So last week there were no Musket Rounds. This week we are committed to there being at least one edition of Musket Rounds! But seriously, I want to apologize for that, I had finals for my summer courses and some disorganization at the office just made it impossible. To make up for it, today we have a bunch of New England Revolution news, some Herculez Gomez highlights, and some very intriguing news regarding Mohammed Bin Hammam.
Video: Save of the night in MLS? You make the call … | ProSoccerTalk
Steve Davis feels that Matt Reis' save on Jacob Peterson back on Saturday night is worthy of Save of the Night honors. I'm inclined to agree.
Revs earn scoreless draw at K.C. - Boston New England Revolution Blog - ESPN Boston
Brian O'Connell's ESPN Boston recap.
Heaps, Revs go back to the basics to grind out draw | MLSsoccer.com
Kyle McCarthy's dot-com recap, where he speaks to Jay Heaps and Ryan Guy about the draw. Apparently, Heaps challenged his team to make it to half time without conceding.
A Sporting Draw - New England Soccer Today
Sean Donahue's recap.
Postgame Quotes: Revs 0, Sporting KC 0 | New England Revolution
And the postgame quotes.
Five Things We Learned: Revolution at Sporting K.C. - New England Soccer Today
It was a hot and wild night in Kansas City, and Saturday's scoreless draw gave plenty of food for thought. Brian O'Connell tells us 5 things we learned from that game.
Other Soccer Links
Santos Laguna vs. San Luis Highlights " Over There
Herc Gomez, getting it started right. Scores the game-winning goal in his first match of the season.
Bin Hammam audit opens Pandora’s Box - The Turbulent World of Middle East Soccer
So apparently there's been an independent audit of Mohammed Bin Hammam's finances, especially pertaining to his management of AFC and the Qatar 2022 bid. This could lead to some very interesting things...or it could go nowhere. Because FIFA's already "distanced themselves" in their own way from Bin Hammam.