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NEW ENGLAND REVOLUTION

MIXED EMOTIONS
Heaps, Olsen react to Saturday's 1-1 draw at Gillette Stadium

Chris Tierney drew the first of two Revolution red cards during last Saturday's 1-1 draw with DC United at Gillette Stadium. The two long-time adversaries embraced along the bench after their teams had ground to a 1-1 stalemate on Saturday night at Gillette Stadium, though neither combatant was sure if he was satisfied or disappointed with the outcome.

HANGING ON
Nine-man Revs gut out 1-1 draw with DC United

Charlie Davies scored against DC United in first-half stoppage time. FOXBOROUGH, Mass.--Charlie Davies scored his team-leading fifth goal of the season in first-half stoppage time to victimize his former club, but Jairo Arrieta equalized late for DC United after the New England Revolution was reduced to nine men at Gillette Stadium Saturday night.

END OF THE RUN
Revolution streak ends with 4-2 loss to Sporting KC

Scott Caldwell's second goal of the season was small consolation after the New England Revolution allowed four unanswered goals by Sporting Kansas City on Wednesday. KANSAS CITY, Kan.--Sporting Kansas City ended the New England Revolution’s unbeaten streak at nine games with a 4-2 thumping on Wednesday night at Sporting Park.

NOT GOOD ENOUGH
Revs disappointed with draw against Toronto FC

“It’s frustrating obviously,” said Lee Nguyen after Saturday's 1-1 draw with Toronto FC. “It’s a game that I felt we should have won." FOXBOROUGH, Mass.--The New England Revolution had just extended their unbeaten streak to nine games, their last loss coming two months ago at Yankee Stadium in the second game of the season, but the mood in the home locker room at Gillette Stadium on Saturday night was more somber than celebratory.

WIDE OPEN DRAW
Revolution scores first, but settles for draw with TFC

Juan Agudelo scored for New England in Saturday's 1-1 draw with Toronto FC. FOXBOROUGH, Mass.--For the second straight game the New England Revolution failed to protect a lead and had to settle for a draw, as a Michael Bradley goal early in the second half neutralized one in the opening frame by Juan Agudelo and gave Toronto FC a share of the points at Gillette Stadium on Saturday night.

NARROW ESCAPE
Revolution blows lead, but escapes with 2-2 draw against Orlando

Charlie Davies extended his goalscoring streak to four games in Friday's 2-2 draw against Orlando City. ORLANDO--The New England Revolution watched a two-goal lead slip away as Orlando City SC mounted a late surge to snatch a hard-earned 2-2 draw in the Citrus Bowl on Friday night.

STREAKING SOUTH
Revs ride seven-game unbeaten run to Orlando

Kelyn Rowe is one of seven players contributing to the Revolution's run of 12 goals in their last six games. After taking maximum points from a two-game homestand, the New England Revolution (5-2-2, 17 points) will migrate south for a first encounter with expansion Orlando City SC (2-4-2, 8 points) under Friday night lights in the Citrus Bowl (Univision Deportes, English commentary via SAP, 8:00 p.m. ET).

A VERY GOOD TEAM
Revs make the most of few chances against the Red Bulls

Young defender London Woodberry has added a dangerous new dimension to the Revolution attack with crosses in from the right flank, and drawn early praise from coach Jay Heaps. With real estate at a premium and breathing room hard to come by, the New England Revolution struggled to find a sustained a rhythm against the hard-nosed New York Red Bulls on a crystal clear Saturday night at Gillette Stadium.

Revolution News Archive
03/08 @Seattle Sounders FC - 9:30 pm
03/15 @New York City FC - 5:00 pm
03/21 Montreal Impact - 3:00 pm
03/28 San Jose Earthquakes - 3:00 pm
04/04 @Colorado Rapids - 7:00 pm
04/11 Columbus Crew - 3:00 pm
04/15 Chicago Fire - 7:30 pm
04/19 @Philadelphia Union - 5:00 pm
04/25 Real Salt Lake - 7:30 pm
05/02 New York Red Bulls - 7:30 pm
05/08 @Orlando City SC Lions - 8:00 pm
05/16 Toronto FC - 7:30 pm
05/20 @Sporting Kansas City - 8:00 pm
05/23 D.C. United - 7:30 pm
05/31 Los Angeles Galaxy - 7:00 pm
06/06 @Portland Timbers - 10:30 pm
06/21 @D.C. United - 5:00 pm
06/24 @Columbus Crew - 7:30 pm
06/27 Vancouver Whitecaps - 7:30 pm
07/04 @FC Dallas - 9:00 pm
07/11 @New York Red Bulls - 7:00 pm
07/18 New York City FC - 7:30 pm
07/25 @Chicago Fire - 8:30 pm
08/01 Toronto FC - 7:30 pm
08/15 Houston Dynamo - 7:30 pm
08/29 @Philadelphia Union - 7:00 pm
09/05 Orlando City SC Lions - 7:30 pm
09/13 @Toronto FC - 5:00 pm
09/16 New York Red Bulls - 7:30 pm
09/19 @Montreal Impact - 8:00 pm
09/26 Philadelphia Union - 7:30 pm
10/03 @Chicago Fire - 8:30 pm
10/17 Montreal Impact - 7:30 pm
10/25 @New York City FC - 5:00 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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