“Knowledge of positions is a good thing.” Attaquant polyvalent. It is the french description of the position on the pitch that Peguy Luyindula occupies. In English, it translates as versatile forward. He is a player who feels like the off-season … Continue reading ? Interview With Peguy Luyindula, New York Red Bulls’ Versatile Footballer is a post from World Soccer Talk.
Thierry Henry's future with the New York Red Bulls will be the club's story to watch in 2014 but what additional storylines will complete the team's season preview? In part 17 of our 19-part series, we will take an in-depth look at the most intriguing plots surrounding the Red Bulls this season. Show More Summary
The folks at Kick TV caught an interesting exchange on Monday, as they pitted two stars of the New York Red Bulls (Thierry Henry and Tim Cahill) against the LA Galaxy (Omar Gonzalez and Landon Donovan) in a game of FIFA 14. During the brief Vine video above, it would appear that when it comes [...]
Thierry Henry’s status as an Arsenal hero was given additional fuel on Monday as the New York Red Bulls star spoke almost exclusively about the Gunners during a question and answer session on Twitter. Included in the Frenchman’s comments was his belief that Arsenal can win the Premier League this season, while the 36-year-old said [...]
Is this the strangest football feud of all-time? GRMDaily, a website dedicated to grime rap music, have released two videos featuring the New York Red Bulls’ Bradley Wright-Phillips and Crystal Palace’s Yannick Bolasie getting involved in an online rap battle. Unfortunately some of the lyrics are hard to hear, however Wright-Phillips’ rap is full of swear words while Bolasie [...]
Tonights show: Nick Geber and Danny Page discuss Xavi to New York Red Bulls, the turmoil at Southampton, can Manchester City all four trophies and should the Ballon d’Or be for journalists only to vote? Nick and Danny will be … Continue...Show More Summary
On Saturday night, Xavi played his 699th game for Barcelona against Atletico Madrid. The legendary Spanish midfielder has been an unbelievable one-club servant but appears to be finally plotting his exit from Barcelona. Xavi is, according to Sky Sports Italia, negotiating with the New York Red Bulls about leaving Barcelona at the end of the [...]
Is Thierry Henry going to be a model when he finally hangs up his boots? The New York Red Bulls forward is the lead feature in January’s brand new edition of GQ as the Arsenal hero models suits for the men’s style magazine. The article in GQ began with the following introduction: It’s been a while since [...]
Against Hull City, Wayne Rooney scored a sensational goal to become the second player in Premier League history to score 150 goals with one team; the first is Arsenal legend and current New York Red Bulls striker Thierry Henry. The … Continue reading ? Underappreciated Wayne Rooney Deserves Respect For 150 Goal Achievement is a post from World Soccer Talk.
Thierry Henry will be going to Brazil for the World Cup. Calm down, French fans, as the former striker will be joining the BBC for its coverage of the tournament. With the New York Red Bulls on a break during next summer's competition,...Show More Summary
Thierry Henry is no stranger to public appearances, but the New York Red Bulls star appeared to have forgotten the swearing rule in a spot on Sky Sports. Check out this clip. Is it just us, or does the legendary World Cup winner drop the f-bomb, twice? Read more World Football news on BleacherReport.com
Throughout his time with Arsenal, Barcelona, the New York Red Bulls and France, Thierry Henry has had plenty of media exposure. With that in mind many Sky Sports watchers were in shock when Thierry Henry appeared to say “fucking” twice in row during his appearance on the Champions League show. Not only was Thierry Henry faux pas recorded [...]
Major League Soccer could be set to add another England veteran to their ranks in January after it emerged that Ashley Cole is being looked at as a winter addition for the New York Red Bulls. Dave Kidd of the Mirror has reported that...Show More Summary
On Wednesday night, the Major League Soccer Eastern Conference semifinals were decided with the Houston Dynamo downing the New York Red Bulls and Sporting Kansas City beating the New England Revolution. Both home-and-away series came down to extra time. Show More Summary
Myth, legend — it all ties into the tapestry of sport with a fluid ease. In baseball, it was Steve Bartman who famously endeared himself to Marlins fans while enraging his fellow Cubs fans by “Catching Hell” (as ESPN 30 … Continue reading ? Has the Curse Of Caricola Reared Its Head For New York Red Bulls? is a post from World Soccer Talk.
The Major League Soccer playoffs are just getting started, and the upcoming action is certain to excite with some of the most memorable games of the entire season. While the New York Red Bulls stroll into the postseason sporting theShow More Summary
The New York Red Bulls are in the midst of an important Eastern Conference Semifinal showdown in the 2013 MLS Playoffs with the Houston Dynamo, and it's all coming down to a second-leg match on Wednesday night. The two sides finished...Show More Summary
The American soccer public doesn't want to see another Dynamo-Galaxy final. Most don't really care how that final is avoided, so long as it is actually avoided. Mike Petke and the New York Red Bulls, you're up. The playoffs are a different season and no team is a better embodiment of that than the Houston Dynamo. Show More Summary
The New York Red Bulls may be the Supporters’ Shield winners and riding high with a current eight-game unbeaten streak, but anything can happen come playoff time. The Red Bulls will face off against the Houston Dynamo at BBVA Compass Stadium at 3:30 p.m. Show More Summary
Fans of the Montreal Impact and Houston Dynamo probably expected better than a play-in game at points this season. One of them will have a chance to take on the New York Red Bulls and make up for previous failings. The Houston Dynamo have been to MLS Cup the last two years, but those teams were more talented than this year's edition. Show More Summary