Nov
03

Parkhurst, Heaps talk Defense

We caught up with Jay Heaps and Michael Parkhurst at training today – they each gave their thoughts on what the team did defensively in Game One and what they’ll have to do to keep it going in Game Two. Side note: We had to wait for Parkie to finish his game of soccer horseshoes… Continue reading »

Oct
31

Calm weekend ahead for us

With a Thursday night game, Steve Nicol has given the boys Friday and Saturday off. Originally, everyone was supposed to have Sunday off, too, but that was changed yesterday after the game. Instead, everyone will be in on Sunday morning for regeneration, treatment and possibly a light jog and stretch. Monday and Tuesday will be… Continue reading »

Oct
30

Postgame Reaction: Revs 0, Fire 0

Hey all – We have postgame press conference videos from Steve Nicol and Matt Reis, and locker room interviews with Shalrie Joseph and Jay Heaps posted for your viewing pleasure. Click on the links below to watch. What are your thoughts on the game? Shalrie Joseph w/ Allen Hopkins on the field >> Steve Nicol… Continue reading »

Oct
29

Playoffs Multimedia

Hey all – we’ve posted a whole bunch of multimedia content over the last day or two pertaining to tomorrow night’s big playoff match, so here’s a quick rundown in case you missed any of it: Photo Gallery: Today’s Training >> RevsTV: Reis, Dube, Larentowicz, Castro >> RevsTV: Steve Nicol >> In the Net (JP… Continue reading »

Oct
29

"Come on ya’ll let’s take this town"

We’re big fans of the group “Of a Revolution” (or O.A.R. as most people know them) around here – their music is big with a lot of the players and staff alike. We thought it was appropriate that a band with the word Revolution in its name would write a song about a great town… Continue reading »

Oct
29

What we play for

No longer are the Revs looking to hoist the Alan I. Rothenberg trophy at the end of the season. Wait, say what?  No, instead now, we’ll be looking to hold the Philip F. Anschutz Trophy aloft after we win MLS Cup. Well, us and every other MLS team, that is.

Oct
29

Broadcast Booth Bits

OK – all bets are off. No TT, no Rallie – and no Badilla or Smith. It’s hard to imagine that the Revs can knock off the Fire, but stranger things have happened. And if you know me at all by this point in the season, I’m going to explain why I think it will… Continue reading »

Oct
28

10/28 Injury Report

Just two days before the 2008 MLS Cup Playoff opener against the Chicago Fire at Gillette Stadium, the Revs released some unfortunate news today. As stated in an official press release issued by the Revolution earlier this afternoon, Taylor Twellman is out indefinitely with concussion-related symptoms stemming back to his collision with Los Angeles Galaxy goalkeeper Steve Cronin… Continue reading »

Oct
27

Playoff field (finally) set

It took all 210 games of the regular season, but the eight-team field for the 2008 MLS Cup Playoffs is finally set. In the end, D.C. United’s 1-0 loss at Columbus in the final game of the regular season meant New York backed into the playoffs despite losing to Chicago on Thursday evening. The match-ups are now set: