Jake is the sole writer at TBM's Connecticut headquarters which is not officially recognized by the Revs fanbase anyway. A longtime and often solo defender of Connecticut's status in New England, Jake spends his free time making sure that British-owned soccer team stays out of his state, trying to improve VAR from his couch, and bringing League Two teams like Macclesfield and Plymouth to EPL glory in FIFA. No, complaining that VAR or a referee robbed your soccer team is not a crime or a proper use of the work number.
New England can move into a tie with Orlando with a much needed road win today against a Lions team having just as many struggles as everyone else in the East.
Apparently MLS teams are only allowed to sign former Italian national teamers or players from Serie A U23 sides, or at least those are the rules New England and Toronto are using and it’s made us hungry.
Okay so there is no Golden LiMu Emu trophy on the line today...but maybe there should be?
Can New England add another game to their 10-match unbeaten run and continue their climb in the East against the defending champs?
The Revolution are reloading up top, but until Giacomo Vrioni is established in the starting lineup how can the Revs get the most out of their strikers?
The three time defending MLS Wooden Spoon FC Cincy team is in the midst of their best ever season thanks to a couple of former Revolution players.
Turner’s departure is the last of the Revs major transfers out for 2022, but under the new era of Bruce Arena, likely not the last.
Both New England and Vancouver have taken 16 points from their last 8 games, can either team add three more to their impressive streak today?