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.
The Revs are recovering from their long early season injury list while Atlanta United keeps adding to theirs ahead of a national televised contest.
Before checking in with Massive Report and the Columbus Crew, we need a brief take check on the Revs season.
DC United begins anew without Hernan Losada while New England has already started signing reinforcements after both clubs struggled early in 2022.
New England swept their season series last year against RBNY, notching three wins with three goals apiece in every game. The perfect recipe to get back on track in 2022?
Matt Turner and the USA found out their World Cup groups as did Adam Buksa and Poland and Tajon Buchanan and Canada.
Just two days after wrapping up qualification, the USMNT finds out who they play in Qatar later today with the official tournament draw.
The road to Qatar 2022 is not paved in style points, it’s a pass/fail course and the USMNT passed regardless of yesterday’s result.
Both Caldwell and Bye talked to the media earlier this week about tonight’s matchup which will be Scott’s first game in Gillette since signing with RSL this offseason.
Scott Caldwell will be playing at Gillette Stadium in a slightly different shade of red and blue this week and we couldn’t be happier for him.
The Revs play three home games in the next 8 days before their return leg of the CCL in Mexico which might actually be the best schedule for any MLS team left in the quarterfinals.