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

Aug
26

First look at Monsef Zerka

With Kenny Chesney set to take the stage here at Gillette Stadium later this evening, a large majority of New England Revolution staff members will be sent home early today to avoid the heavy traffic expected in the area. But before escaping the madness, a few of us headed out to this morning’s training session… Continue reading »

Aug
12

Why do they call it the Buckeye State?

This might come as a shock to many of you (READ: This isn’t going to shock any of you), but road trips are endlessly more rewarding for everyone involved – including traveling staff members like myself – when we pick up points. That’s why the six straight losses the Revolution suffered on the road from… Continue reading »

Jul
29

Let’s try this again, Kansas City

I can only hope this weekend’s trip to Kansas City goes a bit more smoothly than our last journey to The Show-Me State. For those who don’t recall, the Revs visited KC back in late May for a U.S. Open Cup play-in match against Sporting Kansas City and not a whole lot went right during… Continue reading »

Jul
26

Info regarding your Thursday night plans

Do you want Benny Feilhaber to serve you a drink? The answer, of course, is yes. Well, today’s your lucky day. More specifically, Thursday is your lucky day, because that’s when Feilhaber and teammates Matt Reis, A.J. Soares and Chris Tierney will hop behind the bar at Market (21 Broad St., Boston, MA) to mix… Continue reading »

Jul
21

Three is good, but six would be better

Last night was a good way to kick off our only two-game road trip of the season. Of course, the Revs claimed three points with a 1-0 win over D.C. United at RFK Stadium – amidst sweltering heat, I might add – riding Stephen McCarthy’s 73rd-minute goal and a clutch performance from goalkeeper Matt Reis… Continue reading »

Jul
19

Fagundez joins first team for road swing

It was time to bust out the big suitcases today as the Revs embarked upon their only multi-game road trip of the season with stops in Washington, D.C., and Denver, Colo., on the docket. The team caught an early afternoon flight out of Boston and arrived at the team hotel in the Nation’s Capital –… Continue reading »

Jul
02

Saturday morning cartoons

It felt a bit unnatural sleeping late in my own bed on a Saturday morning, but that’s exactly what I did today. I suppose that’s what happens when you play a rare Monday night road game. As everyone (hopefully) gets outside to enjoy the beautiful weather this holiday weekend, the Revs will be taking off for Salt… Continue reading »

Jun
24

Have those frequent flyer numbers handy

Yesterday, the Revolution’s youth teams traveled to Frisco, Texas, where the Under-16s will participate in the U.S. Soccer Development Academy Playoffs and the Under-18s will take part in the accompanying Showcase. The first team will follow suit later today when the Revs head to the Pacific Northwest for a Sunday afternoon meeting with Seattle Sounders… Continue reading »

Jun
09

Get on the bus

I know a couple busloads of Revolution fans will be heading down I-95 tomorrow en route to Red Bull Arena for Friday night’s nationally-televised meeting with the rival New York Red Bulls … and that’s exactly what the Revs are doing right now. Players and staff departed Gillette Stadium late this morning and should be… Continue reading »

Jun
03

If you can’t stand the heat …

… don’t go to Texas. If you’ve followed any of our preview coverage throughout the week here on revolutionsoccer.net, you know by now that temperatures in the Dallas area are expected to top out in the upper 90s every day for the next week or so. The Revs touched down in the Lone Star State… Continue reading »

May
31

Joseph turns down Grenada to stay with Revs

Two questions lingered through Memorial Day weekend in the aftermath of the Revolution’s 1-0 loss to the LA Galaxy. First, would Shalrie Joseph accept Grenada’s call to join his homeland for the 2011 CONCACAF Gold Cup or would he remain with the Revs as they battle for position in the crowded Eastern Conference? Second, what was… Continue reading »

May
25

Just a typical day in Kansas City … plus, a tornado

A funny thing happened on the way to shoot Revolution Soccer Gameday this morning here in Kansas City. Tornadoes touched down in the area. Just as I was about to head out and shoot our usual game day feature with Digital Content Assistant (and Far Post Podcast contributor) Jeff Wroblewski, the skies opened up and… Continue reading »

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