Brad Feldman

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Date registered: February 3, 2009
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Latest posts

  1. Episode#2 – KA & DBarnes video blog — March 15, 2010
  2. Broadcast Booth Bits – Who will it be? — November 6, 2009
  3. Broadcast Booth Bits – Let Loose the Juice — November 3, 2009
  4. Broadcast Booth Bits – Familiar Foes — October 31, 2009
  5. Broadcast Booth Bits – The Laser…A Savior — October 27, 2009

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Mar
15

Episode#2 – KA & DBarnes video blog

Nov
06

Broadcast Booth Bits – Who will it be?

Who will be on the field for the Chicago Fire in Game Two on Saturday night at Toyota Park? Specifically, who will be at the back for Denis Hamlett’s charges, given all the injury uncertainty? The Revs won’t feel sorry for the Fire as far as injuries go, but given all of Hamlett’s selection issues… Continue reading »

Nov
03

Broadcast Booth Bits – Let Loose the Juice

We all asked where the goals would come from for the Revs in this series against the Fire…Emmanuel Osei, that’s who! The Juice Man got loose beautifully for his improbable first-half flick-on equalizer, but he also hit the woodwork with a stinging drive and marked Brian McBride out of the game.

Oct
31

Broadcast Booth Bits – Familiar Foes

It wouldn’t be fall in New England without the Chicago Fire heading to Foxborough for a MLS Cup Playoffs game at Gillette Stadium. Familiarity may breed contempt, but it can also breed respect, and you can tell from all the pre-series chatter that neither team is that thrilled to be facing the other. It should… Continue reading »

Oct
27

Broadcast Booth Bits – The Laser…A Savior

Not much to say, other than to ask, “Wow, did that really happen?”  Well, it did – the results around the league on Saturday night all went the Revs’ way and then they pulled out a massive, if somewhat improbable, victory on the road at first-place Columbus on Sunday. Now, it’s on to the second… Continue reading »

Oct
25

Broadcast Booth Bits – Just Tie, Baby

Well after a whole week of trying to work out various possible scenarios and permutations whereby the Revs could make it to the MLS Cup Playoffs, we now know the task for the Revs is simple – draw or win against Columbus and they’re in.

Oct
20

Broadcast Booth Bits – Eyes on the Tube

Last Saturday night’s encounter with Chicago was frustrating for both teams. 0-0 is almost never satisfying, least of all when a team loses control of its postseason destiny as the Revs did in not finding a way to get three points against the Fire. The Revs had some great chances that went begging and Fire… Continue reading »

Oct
17

Broadcast Booth Bits – Bring it

So much is at stake in the Revs’ regular season home finale on Saturday night. It goes without saying that a loss would all but kill the Revs’ playoffs hopes and even a tie could lead them hanging by a thread.

Oct
13

Broadcast Booth Bits – Looking for Reasons

It’s taken me a couple of days to get my head around the Revolution’s 1-0 loss to Columbus on Saturday night. It just didn’t seem right. Not that the Revs didn’t deserve to lose – they certainly didn’t play well. But it was such a depleted, ordinary Crew team and there was so much at… Continue reading »

Oct
09

Broadcast Booth Bits – Who is in?

Alright, Revs fans, you want the good news first, or the bad news? OK – votes are in for the good and it is pretty pleasing news though, truly, not even really news if you’ve been paying attention in the run up to Saturday night’s clash between the Revolution and the visiting Columbus Crew.

Oct
06

Broadcast Booth Bits – Touch and Go

It’s strange how the 1-1 tie at DSG Park felt oddly unsatisfying. Most time, the Revolution would be more than happy to escape from Denver with a draw. With three points there for the taking, however, it felt like an opportunity missed.

Oct
03

Broadcast Booth Bits – A Steep Task

There’s no way to sugar coat the difficulty of task the Revolution faces in trying to win Saturday night’s game in Denver. Coming off a tough, 1-0 loss in Dallas, the traveling Revs band now finds itself still shorthanded as it’s been into what’s been arguably the toughest away fixture for this club over the… Continue reading »

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