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 Revolution have two home games left, and the Rapids are the best team left on the schedule and likely the best team New England will play for a month.
The team’s first Shield cements one the best if not the best season in 26 years of Revolution soccer. The only question left is just how great this team will be in December.
After Henry Kessler won the award in 2020, who will be crowned the best defender for the Revs back line?
Six points at home was the bare minimum expected but a loss at Panama will leave a bitter taste overall.
What Revolution player has grown the most this season?
Matt Turner’s Distribution Starts a Goal and Five other USA/Canada Thoughts from World Cup Qualifying
The USMNT’s 2-0 win over Jamaica put them atop The Octagon/Ocho rankings thanks to Canada’s historic 1-1 draw at The Azteca.
What Revolution player deserves their own statue?
The Revs are the first team to secure a spot in the 2021 MLS Cup Playoffs, but that is just the first check mark of what could be many for this New England side.
A lot of things have changed since the opening 15 minutes of the 2021 campaign in Soldier Field, with the Revs looking to secure a playoff spot in September and the Fire...celebrating their first road win in a year and a half.
The Revolution have already started off their final ten matches of the season with a 2-1 home win against NYCFC and look to add to their already impressive season haul.