Revolution Postmatch Reactions
Match reaction pieces that focus on opinions on proceedings while attempting to identify positives and negatives about the performance.
Bruce Arena: "We’ve had to play games in the past missing players and we’ll continue to play games in the future with injuries and suspensions and those kinds of things. So, you can’t live on that as an excuse."
"I think, my own personal analysis is MLS teams are not capable of playing in Concacaf competition the beginning of the year."
"Well, personally I told them in advance, I thought it was stupid to be playing teams of that quality, thinking that they have to be in those kinds of conditions."
"I mean, it’s been so long since I last started, I think since my rookie year, and being out there able to compete and just work as hard as I can feels really good."
Ema Boateng: "They’re a big part of what we achieved last year, so we’re missing them on the field for sure. But we have great guys that can step in."
Parking the bus sent Arena and the Revolution back to the United States and out of the Concacaf Champions League
"We have the most inefficient use of VAR, probably, in the world."
"Stop the f**ing game."
New England will head to Mexico up 3-0
It might be early, but Carles Gil liked what saw from his team on Wednesday.
Edwards Jr. made his first MLS start since 2018
The season is still a success in the head coach’s eyes
Matt Polster and Andrew Farrell took you inside the locker room after the loss
With the Supporters’ Shield celebration in the rearview mirror, New England now has a long wait before they start the playoffs.
Even after a loss, New England had reason to celebrate
Caicedo steps in for Polster at haltime.
The 25-year-old found the back of the net as he looks to have a larger role for New England in the postseason.
As his time with the New England Revolution nears its end, Tajon Buchanan is playing some of the best soccer of his career.