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NEW ENGLAND REVOLUTION

NO COMING BACK
Revs fall to Columbus, 1-0

Revolution goalkeeper Bobby Shuttleworth stopped Federico Higuain’s penalty kick, but did not fare as well against the Argentine midfielder’s game-winning 48th-minute free kick. COLUMBUS, Ohio--For the fourth time since arriving in MLS midway through the 2012 season, Federico Higuain victimized the New England Revolution with a perfectly placed free kick, scoring the lone goal of the night early in the second half to give the Columbus Crew a vital 1-0 win Saturday at Columbus Crew Stadium.

CRUNCH TIME
Revolution take 5-game winning streak to Crew Stadium on Saturday

AJ Soares and the New England defense can expect to have their hands full against the Columbus Crew on Saturday. After claiming the full nine points from a three-game homestand, the New England Revolution (13-12-3, 42 points) head out on the road to face the Columbus Crew (9-9-10, 37 points) Saturday night in another key conference matchup (CSN, 7:30 p.m. ET).

DANGEROUS GAME
Revolution making a habit of staking opponent to a go-ahead goal

Lee Nguyen has a goal or assist in every game of New England’s current five-game winning streak. Through the first 28 games of 2014, the New England Revolution have been stitching together a crazy quilt season, full of streaky stripes and odd geometric patterns.

LIVING DANGEROUSLY
Revolution need to rally against Montreal

Kelyn Rowe’s 25-yard rocket drew the New England Revolution level with Montreal at 1-1 Saturday at Gillette Stadium. FOXBOROUGH, Mass.--The New England Revolution continued their flirtation with danger on Saturday night, surrendering an early goal for the third consecutive match, but as on the previous two occasions, the red-hot Revs were able to come from behind to claim victory at Gillette Stadium, overtaking the Montreal Impact 2-1 behind first-half goals from Kelyn Rowe and Lee Nguyen.

REVS ON THE MOVE
McCarthy has surgerty, Dorman off the DL

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – Revolution defender Stephen McCarthy has undergone surgery on his left knee to repair a torn meniscus that he suffered in training earlier this month.

IMPACT COULD BE DANGEROUS
Despite record, Montreal no easy game for Revs

On paper, the Montreal Impact (5-16-6, 21 points) shouldn’t pose much of a threat to the New England Revolution (12-12-3, 39 points) as the red-hot Revs close out three-game homestand at Gillette Stadium on Saturday night (CSN, 7:30 p.m. ET).

AN INSTANT LEADER
Jones wastes no time in making his mark on the Revolution

The New England Revolution season had already taken a turn back in the right direction when the front office announced the signing of Jermaine Jones on August 24th, but the surprise acquisition of the German-born US international midfielder has sent the Revs speeding in the fast lane of the autobahn.

COMEBACK KIDS
Revs rally past Fire

Diego Fagundez started the Revs’ comeback against Chicago with his first goal since May 24. FOXBOROUGH, Mass.-- For the second consecutive game, the New England Revolution overcame an early deficit to claim victory at Gillette Stadium, defeating the Chicago Fire 2-1 behind goals on either side of intermission from Diego Fagundez and Charlie Davies.

Revolution News Archive
03/08 @Houston Dynamo - 8:30 pm
03/15 @Philadelphia Union - 4:00 pm
03/22 Vancouver Whitecaps - 2:00 pm
03/29 @San Jose Earthquakes - 10:30 pm
04/05 @D.C. United - 7:00 pm
04/12 Houston Dynamo - 5:00 pm
04/19 @Chicago Fire - 4:00 pm
04/26 Sporting Kansas City - 7:30 pm
05/03 @Toronto FC - 2:00 pm
05/11 Seattle Sounders FC - 6:00 pm
05/17 @Philadelphia Union - 7:00 pm
05/24 D.C. United - 7:30 pm
05/31 @Montreal Impact - 7:00 pm
06/08 New York Red Bulls - 5:00 pm
06/28 Philadelphia Union - 7:30 pm
07/04 @Real Salt Lake - 10:00 pm
07/12 Chicago Fire - 7:30 pm
07/16 @Los Angeles Galaxy - 10:30 pm
07/19 @FC Dallas - 9:00 pm
07/26 Columbus Crew - 7:30 pm
07/30 Colorado Rapids - 7:30 pm
08/02 @New York Red Bulls - 7:00 pm
08/16 Portland Timbers - 7:30 pm
08/23 Chivas USA - 7:30 pm
08/30 @Toronto FC - TBD
09/03 Sporting Kansas City - 7:30 pm
09/07 Chicago Fire - 7:00 pm
09/13 Montreal Impact - 7:30 pm
09/20 @Columbus Crew - 2:00 pm
09/26 @Sporting Kansas City - 8:00 pm
10/04 Columbus Crew - 7:30 pm
10/11 @Montreal Impact - TBD
10/16 @Houston Dynamo - 8:00 pm
10/25 Toronto FC - 7:30 pm
Stadium: Gillette Stadium
Colors: Blue, White, Red
General Manager: Mike Burns
Head Coach: Jay Heaps
League:Major League Soccer
Team Founded: 1996
Team Web Site: www.revolutionsoccer.net
 
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