For the Fort, By the Fort
Steve is a born and raised Rhode Islander who spent the better part of six years living in Boston, where he attended college. A lifetime football player, Steve's interest in soccer coalesced at Emmanuel College, and he fell in love with the New England Revolution after several memorable Fort experiences. Now a law student at Roger Williams University, Steve fills his free time by serving as the managing editor at The Bent Musket and the Revolution beat writer for SB Nation Boston. You can follow his tweets about life, video games, sports, and just about everything else at @Stoehrst.
The Revolution took down the Dynamo in convincing fashion on Saturday night. Take a look at how we rated each player's performance and vote for your man of the match.
It's time to introduce the latest recurring feature on The Bent Musket: morning open threads! From now on we'll have a daily post for open discussion about absolutely anything under the sun.
The Revolution pulled off a big upset in Houston on Saturday night, taking down the Dynamo 2-0 in an ugly game. The Revs overcame a red card, injuries, and physical play to get the win.
The Revolution are still locked at 0-0 at halftime with the Dynamo. While it wasn't a half full of chances or goals, it had a lion's share of controversy after two injuries and two red cards.
The Revolution and the Dynamo are about to lock horns down in Texas. Join in our live thread and comment on the action as it unfolds.
The Revolution have released the lineups for tonight's match against the Dynamo, and Jay Heaps has made some interesting decisions. The most interesting is obviously benching Jerry Bengtson again.
The Revolution are set to take on the Dynamo in Houston tonight. It's a pivotal Eastern Conference clash for both clubs, and promises to be a physical and hotly-contested affair.
The Revolution drew 1-1 with the Red Bulls at home on Saturday. Have a look at how we rated each player's performance and vote for your man of the match.
After an April month with just three games, in which the offense remained largely dormant until the end, it was only natural that a defender was going be the best player. What we didn't realize was the Jose Goncalves was going to run away with it.
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