Reliable sources reported via Twitter and later the Revs FO confirmed that they have been given the green light from ownership to pursue US Men's National Team star midfielder Jermaine Jones.
The lack of thousands of passionate fans demanding more out of the organization has enabled a culture that is complacent with failure among the ownership group coupled with a lack of accountability from the top down.
The Indirect Kick
On November 4th, 2008 Massachusetts residents entered the voting booth prepared to select the next president, but it's how they answered one of the three voter-initiated ballot questions that could possibly shape the future of the Revs.
Supporters can agree that at times you are sometimes viewed by regular fans, security and the general public alike with suspicion. Well to further prove they're wrong to do so, here's another example of soccer supporters uniting for a good cause.
Too often have players gone unused or employed in one position in New England only to go on to success on a different club in positions we need. This needs to stop and Heaps can take the last two months of the season stress the question marks.
It's like playing Jenga...you have to take a risk and remove a certain piece of the structure, doing so will help you win, but you do risk toppling the whole tower and going down in flames. Check out how Shalrie's former teammates react to the news.
Progress Report: We check in on how former Revs players from the 2011 campaign are faring at their new jobs. How much are they playing and where?
For 10 years the New England Revolution have played at Gillette Stadium...so why does the sign on the outside ONLY say home of the Patriots?