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Musket Rounds: Jay Heaps, Andrew Sousa, Champions League, Football at Fenway

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The Bent Musket loves bringing you your New England Revolution, MLS, and general footy news hot off the presses every day, even when we are all crazy busy. It's because we love you. Yes you. So, here's today's batch. Enjoy.

Revolution Links

Depth to be tested as Revs prep for demanding stretch -

A look into Coach Heaps' plan for rotating the roster ahead of the upcoming 8 day stretch during which the Revs will be playing 3 games, two of which are away.

Heaps: Revs "as good as any team I've ever been on" -

A quick piece from Kyle McCarthy on Jay Heaps and his comments about the roster as it currently stands, which he describes as full of talent but still missing a Dempsey-like bite. I don't know about you, but this made me kind of excited about the summer transfer window.

Other Links

Sousa Looking Ahead to Fresh Start - New England Soccer Today

Our buds at NEST were able to speak with former Revolution midfielder Andrew Sousa this past weekend at Boston Victory's friendly vs. Junior Lone Star FC. Sousa discusses his move to Boston Victory and his plans for his new team and his career in the PDL.

PDL Preview: Northeast Division - USL Soccer Network

Speaking of the PDL, here's a piece previewing the Northeast Division in which three new teams from New England--Boston Victory SC, CFC Azul, and Worcester Hydra FC--will be competing this upcoming season. The Bent Musket will be looking to provide you weekly coverage of the PDL Northeast Division over the course of the season, so stay tuned.

UCL Rewind: 10-man Chelsea survives to stun Barcelona, reach final - Soccer By Ives

In case you missed it, Chelsea upset the mighty FC Barcelona yesterday in the UEFA Champions League and will move on to the finals against either Bayern Munich or Real Madrid. SBI breaks down the match as it happened in case you were stuck in an office and couldn't watch yourself... like me.

Liverpool, Roma make Fenway plans - Frank Dell'Apa, Boston Globe

A more in-depth look at the two squads set to meet at Fenway Park this summer, tickets for which go on sale today at noon!