For the Fort, By the Fort
Corey, a native New Englander, is a former scholar of Philosophy now a slave to a cubicle somewhere in Cambridge. Lover of the beautiful game and fond of beer, he follows the New England Revolution and writes about them and stuff. He tweets (too) frequently under the handle @guypatterson. He enjoys attention, new friends, and sandwiches.
The Revs shocked just about everyone on Saturday night as they pulled off a huge upset on the road at Houston. The boys in blue truly sparkled as they stuck to Heaps' game plan and secured three points, sending the Dynamo on a bona fide losing streak
Sainey Nyassi is officially a free agent after being released by the Revs today. What might be his next stop? And more importantly, what might this entail for the Revolution who now have an open roster spot available?
With more than a quarter of the season gone, when will those who are under-performing be benched in favor of others who are willing and ready to contribute? When, I ask you?? Anyway, here's some quick. painful thoughts about Wednesday's loss.
The Italian star has very recently been linked with a move to MLS. Surely he would demand a sizable DP contract and salary, but he could be just what the Revs need to graduate to the next level of competition in the league, both on and off the field.
It was a hard-earned point that New England secured last night in Portland, OR. And the only thing keeping them from stealing a full three was their lack of a clinical finish. The new formation is working, but some tweaks may still be needed.
The Revs bounced back from their recent string of lifeless draws and losses with a big 2-0 win over the Philadelphia Union on Saturday night. Here we take a closer look at the good (of which there was plenty), the bad, and the ugly. Oh, and the GOALS
So, you thought we were done talking about Sainey Nyassi? Oh no, friend, we are JUST GETTING STARTED.
6 games in and the Revolution only have 2 goals to speak of. Needless to say, New England needs some help in front of net. Well, the new MLS Intra-League Loan System, which was announced last week, might just be the remedy to turning things around.
It seems that the Revs can only play either defense or offense, but not both at the same time yet. Here are some not-so-cheery reflections on Saturday's match against New York which i think left us ALL with a hangover.
Not a pretty first half for the Revs, but hope is not lost just yet. New England is still in this game.
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