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
17

Heaps on the DA Show

In case you missed it, check out Jay Heaps on the DA Show last night (with special guest Taylor Twellman). Download (.mp3): Jay Heaps on the DA Show

Nov
16

Coach K weighs in

Aside from our extensive coverage of today’s press conference, we also have this tidbit from Duke University basketball coach Mike Krzyzewski (Jay’s former college basketball coach) on Jay’s hiring as the new head coach of the Revs. Needless to say, Coach K loves the move and has nothing but praise for Jay.

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 »

Nov
04

Heaps included into New England Soccer Hall of Fame

On Saturday, Oct. 29, former Revolution defender and current TV Color Analyst Jay Heaps was inducted into the New England Soccer Hall of Fame at the Johnson & Wales Inn in Seekonk, Mass. Also inducted were former Revolution player and current Providence College men’s soccer head coach Chaka Daley, former Luso-American Soccer Association league selection… 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
28

adidas headquarters visit

While on their recent trip to Portland, Ore. to play the Timbers, members of the Revolution visited the adidas North American headquarters. The guys got a tour of the facility, Shalrie Joseph participated in an online chat on the adidas soccer Facebook page and of course, the guys finished off their visit with a trip… 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
07

Add your photos to revolutionsoccer.net

We always like to try new things here on revolutionsoccer.net, and we’d like to invite you to try this one along with us. We’ve set up a system with our friends at Olapic for you to upload your own photos to revolutionsoccer.net, starting with this Saturday’s match against FC Dallas. You will be able to… Continue reading »

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