DC United midfielder Perry Kitchen appears to have escaped suspension for his stamp on New York Red Bulls right-back Chris Duvall in yet another perplexing decision from the MLS Disciplinary Committee. DC beat writer Pablo Maurer was...Show More Summary
With the attack sputtering Sunday against the New York Red Bulls, D.C. United was begging for an injection of energy and skill. Miguel Aguilar could have supplied it. Except the rookie midfielder, so impressive in training camp and early matches, was watching from a private box at Red Bull Arena. He was not hurt. He […]
My match report from D.C. United’s 2-0 defeat to New York at Red Bull Arena on Sunday. Announced crowd: 21,036. (Actual turnout was closer to 15,000.) Next: Los Angeles Galaxy on Saturday at RFK Stadium, 7 p.m. (Comcast SportsNet) Video:
Greetings from Harrison and the 2015 renewal of the D.C. United-New York Red Bulls rumble. It’s the 66th regular season meeting between the bitter rivals and 32nd match on New York’s home grounds (13 victories apiece and five draws). TV: ESPN2 (kickoff: 5:08 p.m. ET). Announcer: Adrian Healey, Taylor Twellman. Referee: Alan Kelly. Game-time weather: […]
D.C. United defender Taylor Kemp, who missed the MLS opener against Montreal two weeks sago, is back in the mix for a possible starting role Sunday against the New York Red Bulls, Coach Ben Olsen said Friday. Kemp, who also missed the second leg of the CONCACAF Champions League quarterfinals, had been sidelined with a […]
The best goal call of the opening MLS weekend – local or national – was JP Dellacamera on Ike Opara’s opener for Sporting Kansas City against the New York Red Bulls on Sunday afternoon. Dellacamera’s pop in perfect symphony with … Continue reading ?
In MLS since 2013, Bradley Wright-Phillips is eking out a nice career Stateside, after a few bleak years in the English Championship. The lesser-known of the Wright-Phillips brothers has become an important member of the New York Red Bulls, and he really prospered playing alongside Thierry Henry, who left the club at the end of […]
Australian football hero Tim Cahill has announced overnight the next stage in his incredible career. Days after being part of the Socceroos squad that won the 2015 Asian Cup, Cahill left MLS franchise the New York Red Bulls in order to start a new challenge in his life. The 35-year-old evergreen midfielder has now decided his […]
It really is a hoot to talk about new arrivals into your favorite club. That’s true pretty much across the board, whether your banner flies in MLS, Premier League, Liga MX or for that little team down in Italy’s second … Continue reading ?
Australia international Tim Cahill has left Major League Soccer's New York Red Bulls by mutual consent, it's been revealed. The club's official Twitter account announced on Monday that Cahill's contract has been terminated, allowingShow More Summary
A wrap-up of weekend performances by Americans playing in foreign leagues … Of note: Several players competing in lesser leagues or with reserve squads are not listed. Moves: Sacha Kljestan left Anderlecht for the New York Red Bulls. MLS veteran Heath Pearce signed with Goteborg in Sweden. ENGLAND Premier League Everton goalkeeper Tim Howard is […]
Striker Tim Cahill scored a spectacular bicycle kick earlier this morning to book Australia a place in the 2015 Asian Cup semi-final. Cahill’s superb goal helped Australia go on to a 2-0 victory against China. The New York Red Bulls … Continue reading ?
The New York Red Bulls, just six weeks removed from their appearance in the Eastern Conference final, have contributed to the recent drama in the Empire State. Their latest transactions, coupled with the Frank Lampard confusion—which...Show More Summary
As the calendar was preparing to flip over to 2015, fans of both New York City FC and the New York Red Bulls carried a ton of optimism about the new Major League Soccer season. Eight days into the new year, all hell has broken looseShow More Summary
Mike Petke got out with his sanity intact. That’s a remarkable achievement, considering the club he worked so long and so hard for. Of course because he is Petke, with a thick New York accent, almost three hundred games played … Continue reading ?
Former Montreal Impact Head Coach Jesse Marsch is set to replace the fired Mike Petke as the new head coach of the New York Red Bulls, according to a report by Empire of Soccer. In a brief statement released by … Continue reading ?
The New York Red Bulls have reportedly fired head coach Mike Petke, per Kristian Dyer of Metro New York: According to Dyer, sporting director Ali Curtis sacked Petke after a meeting at Red Bull Arena. Goal.com's Ives Galarcep believes...Show More Summary
Thierry Henry will always be associated with Arsenal but the legendary French striker also holds a place in the hearts of fans of both Barcelona and New York Red Bulls. This superb video tribute by KICK TV focuses on the spell Henry spent in the MLS in the twilight years of his career. But will […]
Legendary French footballer Thierry Henry has finally hung up his boots at 37 years of age, according to his most recent post on his official Facebook account. The former AS Monaco, Juventus, Arsenal, Barcelona and New York Red Bulls...Show More Summary
Weeks after hanging up his boots with the New York Red Bulls, French legend Thierry Henry has announced on Tuesday morning that he is joining the Sky Sports punditry team. According to reports of Henry’s new employment contract, the Arsenal hero will be earning around £25 million giving his opinions on TV. The addition of Henry to the […]