If you’re looking to send a message in MLS Week 12, you better put your money where your mouth is. Lord knows the New York Red Bulls and Los Angeles Galaxy have. The mid-week action subsided in Week 12, but it did not disappear altogether. Show More Summary
It was a night to remember for former Arsenal and Barcelona striker Thierry Henry on Wednesday as he claimed a brace for the New York Red Bulls in a 2-1 win over Montreal Impact. The French hitman claimed a brace with goals at the end of both halves, which were his first since the end [...]
MLS Week 10 taught us that there is more to life than the final score. It’s a lesson Toronto FC will need to start living by. The New York Red Bulls continued streaking in Week 10. Saturday's 1-0 win over the Columbus Crew was the team's third consecutive victory. Show More Summary
In their most recent MLS match, the New York Red Bulls dominated the New England Revolution 4-1. A brief look at two statistics and this would appear to be a more even game than the score suggests. In terms of possession and duels, these teams were similar. Show More Summary
Week 8 of Major League Soccer was book-ended by two 1-1 draws in which a late goal earned a point for the San Jose Earthquakes and the Houston Dynamo. None of the other matches ended in a draw. The New York Red Bulls scored the mostShow More Summary
How many times over the years have we seen Thierry Henry get into the box from an inside left channel before finding the opposite corner for a goal. French legend Henry, now 35-years-old, picked up his third goal of the season on Saturday night during a 4-1 home win for the New York Red Bulls against the [...]
It’s the 94th minute, your team is down 1-nil and the keeper of the opposing team is wasting time on a free kick, what do you do? Well 38 year old New York Red Bulls midfielder Juninho decided to take the dead ball, and kick it at opposing Sporting Kansas City keeper Jimmy Nielsen, hitting [...]
There were eight goals in six total games in Major League Soccer on Saturday April 13, 2013. The biggest margin of victory came in the form of a 2-0 New York Red Bull victory over DC United. Goals were difficult to come by. Almost half of the 12 teams, five, were unable to find that back of the net. Show More Summary
A sumptuous spring day in the nation’s capital and a glorious evening for football at RFK Stadium. Perhaps a few goals from the home club? D.C. United and the New York Red Bulls collide for the 61st time in league … Continue reading...
D.C. United captain Dwayne De Rosario, who missed last weekend’s match with an adductor strain, has been removed from the club’s injury report and appears likely to play this Saturday night against the New York Red Bulls at RFK Stadium. … Continue reading ?
Chicago Fire fans can breathe a sigh of relief. The “Men in Red” finally got into the win column today. It took two late goals from an unlikely hero to defeat the New York Red Bulls 3-1 in front of over 12,000 fans at Toyota Park. Brazilian...Show More Summary
Arsenal great Thierry Henry played just over half-an-hour in New York Red Bulls’ 2-1 victory over Philadelphia Union on Saturday and had quite an impact. The 35-year-old, who has a statue outside the Emirates, claimed his first MLS goal of the 2013 season with a fine take down and finish after coming on as a [...]
The New York Red Bulls finally picked up their first win of the 2013 Major League Soccer season on Saturday afternoon, beating the Philadelphia Union 2-1. After an 0-2-2 start, New York finally got their first three-point effort on the back of goals by Dax McCarty and Thierry Henry. Here are five things we learned from the game. Begin Slideshow
DC United 1 – Columbus Crew 2 (MLS, March 23, 2013) A 35-yard volley from Rafael helped the Crew win on the road. Montreal Impact 1 – New York Red Bulls 0 (MLS, March 23, 2013) Marco Di Vaio scored in the 14th minute as Montreal maintained their superb unbeaten start to the season. FC Dallas 2 – [...]
Amongst the plethora of international matches on Friday, the New York Red Bulls made a crucial move to add depth to their goalkeeping ranks. The Red Bulls announced on their website that they signed Kevin Hartman, a longtime veteran of MLS at 38 years old, as cover while Ryan Meara is still out injured. Show More Summary
Today on Schadenfreude Theatre: The New York Red Bulls. Forget for a minute that United’s early-season form is as electric as an Amish farm. The Red Bulls are suffering. They have one point from their first two matches and surrendered … Continue reading ?
D.C. United spoiled the New York Red Bulls home opener on Saturday afternoon, earning a 0-0 draw largely through the spectacular efforts of their goalkeeper Bill Hamid. The matchup was the first game on tap for Major League Soccer’s rivalry week and, despite the scoreline, provided more than its fair share of excitement. Show More Summary
The third weekend of MLS offers "Rivalry Day," the first-ever matchday dedicated specifically to the regional rivalries sprinkled throughout the league. Starting with the New York Red Bulls hosting D.C. United for an Atlantic Cup clash...Show More Summary
The temperature is in the 30s and light snow is possible. Must be a D.C. United match at Red Bull Arena. Paging the Commissioner and his shovel. United and the Red Bulls renew acquaintances in the first of three MLS … Continue readi...
This Saturday, Major League Soccer has scheduled its first-ever “Rivalry Week.” The day will feature seven of the league’s top rivalry games starting at 12:30 p.m. ET with the New York Red Bulls vs. D.C. United match and concluding with the Portland Timbers vs. Show More Summary