Jeff Lemieux

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Name: Jeff Lemieux
Date registered: February 18, 2010
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Latest posts

  1. Watch the MLS Player Combine LIVE — January 6, 2012
  2. Are you watching closely? — December 7, 2011
  3. Is Danleigh Borman a Revs fan? — December 6, 2011
  4. Pull back the curtain on the 2012-13 jersey — December 3, 2011
  5. Montreal spares Revs, surprises with Ching selection — November 23, 2011

Most commented posts

  1. What’s your favorite Taylor Twellman memory? — 42 comments
  2. MLS confirms Revs eliminated from postseason contention — 33 comments
  3. A first look at some new faces — 29 comments
  4. UPDATED: For fans looking to send Preston Burpo well wishes … — 26 comments
  5. MLS moves to 34-game schedule in 2011 — 26 comments

Author's posts listings

Jan
06

Watch the MLS Player Combine LIVE

The Major League Soccer world has descended upon Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., for the 2012 MLS Player Combine, which is the precursor to next Thursday’s SuperDraft at the Kansas City Convention Center. During the course of the next five days, 68 of the top prospects will be showcasing their skills in front of every MLS technical… Continue reading »

Dec
07

Are you watching closely?

I’ll be the first to admit that my knowledge of the college soccer landscape is limited. With the majority of my time devoted to covering the professional game, particularly our beloved Revs, I rarely have time to keep up with which college teams are topping the polls and at the present time I probably couldn’t… Continue reading »

Dec
06

Is Danleigh Borman a Revs fan?

Danleigh Borman has the option to either accept or decline the Bona Fide Offer extended by MLS after the 25-year-old South African was selected by the Revolution in yesterday’s Re-Entry Process. But it can’t hurt that the former University of Rhode Island standout supported the Revs during his time in college, as he claims in… Continue reading »

Dec
03

Pull back the curtain on the 2012-13 jersey

Even I’d look good in this thing …

Nov
23

Montreal spares Revs, surprises with Ching selection

For the second straight year, the Revs emerged unscathed from the Expansion Draft as the Montreal Impact made 10 selections on Wednesday afternoon without plucking a player from the Revolution’s roster. This after the Revs had at least one player selected in each of the first six Expansion Drafts. It didn’t take long for Impact… Continue reading »

Nov
22

Protected lists raise questions, generate discussion

They left who unprotected? That seems to be the question on everybody’s lips this time of year – specifically the days immediately following MLS Cup – when clubs submit their 11-man protected lists ahead of the MLS Expansion Draft. Every year since 2006 (plus in 2004 and 1997) the league has conducted an expansion draft… Continue reading »

Nov
18

MLS Expansion Draft: What would you do?

Two days ago, Jay Heaps was officially introduced as the head coach of the New England Revolution. Now, the work begins. Heaps’ first task in his new role will be to put together a list of 11 protected players ahead of the 2011 MLS Expansion Draft, in which the Montreal Impact will continue to shape… Continue reading »

Nov
15

Heaps at the helm

To know Jay Heaps is to trust him. Understandably, there will be those who are skeptical of the decision to bring in the former defender as the New England Revolution’s new head coach – a move which was officially announced on Tuesday morning – primarily because Heaps has no prior coaching experience. Point taken. But… Continue reading »

Nov
14

The next head coach of the Revolution is …

Based on the projected timeline put forth by club president Brian Bilello, the Revolution is expected to announce the sixth head coach in club history sometime in the next couple of days. There have been plenty of names floating around in recent weeks leading to much speculation as to who’ll fill the position. Who do… Continue reading »

Oct
28

We’re sorry, blog (PLUS: We want your feedback)

We have seriously neglected this blog in recent months. Sorry about that, blog. It’s not like we forgot it was here or anything. We’ve just been so caught up with the recent changeover on revolutionsoccer.net and so focused on keeping the content (written, video, audio) fresh on the main site that the blog was subsequently… Continue reading »

Sep
14

Paying a visit to the Rose City

Today we embark upon our last West Coast trip of the 2011 season. I’m hoping it ends differently than our last nine trips to the Pacific Time Zone. The Revs haven’t crossed the country and returned with three points since Aug. 20, 2009, when they claimed a 1-0 win over Seattle Sounders FC in their… Continue reading »

Sep
06

It’s been awhile …

In context of many situations, 17 days doesn’t seem like such a long time. But when we’re talking about days between New England Revolution games, it’s as long as it gets. Because the Revolution’s match against the Philadelphia Union was postponed when Hurricane Irene hit the East Coast, the club ended up with a 17-day… Continue reading »

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