Earlier today, fans walked the long drive up to Red Bull Arena. There was no parking near the arena so they walked, most about a quarter mile, to the gates. Some had been coming to games the entire year, more … Continue reading ? New York Red Bulls 1-2 New England Revolution: Ref Loses Control Of Game is a post from World Soccer Talk.
New York Red Bulls lost their Eastern Conference Finals 1st leg to New England Revolution yesterday, giving themselves a mammoth task for the return leg. Having conceded a late Jermaine Jones goal, they lost the home leg 1-2, meaning they’ll have to go and do the same at their place next week, at the very […]
It looks like the playoff magic the New York Red Bulls used to advance to the Eastern Conference Final is beginning to wear off. In the 2-1 loss to the New England Revolution to begin the two-leg series, both sides missed solid opportunities in front of goal. Show More Summary
New England Revolution were outplayed in Harrison, New Jersey, but bookended the first leg of their Eastern Conference final with goals from Teal Bunbury and Jermaine Jones en route to a 2-1 win over the New York Red Bulls. Bradley Wright-Phillips...Show More Summary
New York 1-2 New England Jermaine Jones gave New England a crucial advantage in the chase for the MLS Cup as his late winner left the New York Red Bulls to regret a host of wasted opportunities. Teal Bunbury had given the visitors aShow More Summary
Fans of New York Red Bulls will feel hard done by in the first leg of the Eastern Conference Final today after Jermaine Jones should have been sent off for a reckless foul in the first half. But the USMNT … Continue reading ? Watch New York Red Bulls 1-2 New England Revolution Match Highlights [VIDEO] is a post from World Soccer Talk.
MLS Cup Playoffs—Red Bull Arena New York Red Bulls vs. New England Revolution (kick-off 6:30 p.m. GMT / 1:30 p.m. EST) Referee: Allen Chapman New York Red Bulls will host New England Revolution in the first leg of the Eastern Conference Final on Sunday in Harrison, New Jersey. Show More Summary
The two-legged MLS Eastern Conference Final begins Sunday afternoon at Red Bull Arena, as the fourth-seeded Red Bulls host No. 2 seed New England. New York bounced Sporting Kansas City and D.C. United from the MLS Cup playoffs to reach...Show More Summary
Following each of his team's three playoff games, New York manager Mike Petke has been praised for his use of Peguy Luyindula in the attacking part of the midfield. If the Red Bulls are to come away with a victory over the New England...Show More Summary
Boston versus New York. It’s a rivalry that goes back more than a century. The Patriots, Bruins and Red Sox carry the honor of their city into battle against the Jets, Rangers and Yankees. Its now time for the Revolution … Continue reading ? MLS Eastern Conference Finals Preview – New England Revolution vs. New York Red Bulls is a post from World Soccer Talk.
Although the conference semifinal round of the MLS Cup Playoffs provided plenty of drama, there was only one upset. The New York Red Bulls ousted the East's top seed, DC United, after having already survived the knockout round. So New York should be riding a wave of confidence into a conference final clash with the New England Revolution. Show More Summary
The New England Revolution have advanced to the Eastern Conference final after defeating the Columbus Crew 7-3 on aggregate. The Revolution will face the New York Red Bulls in the next round. Both New York and New England are flyingShow More Summary
The New England Revolution easily qualified for the MLS Eastern Conference final, beating Columbus Crew 3-1 at Gillette Stadium on Sunday to advance 7-3 on aggregate. The Revolution will face the New York City Red Bulls, who knockedShow More Summary
The New York Red Bulls have never been able to do it. The MetroStars could not do it either. With a franchise cursed for nearly 20 years, what makes this season different? With Saturday's 2-1 loss at D.C. United, the Red Bulls advanced to the Conference finals for the first time since 2008. Show More Summary
After years of countless playoff failures, the New York Red Bulls were able to advance out of the conference semifinal round of the MLS Cup playoffs. Mike Petke 's side did lose 2-1 on the day to D.C. United, but it advanced on aggregate...Show More Summary
Reading material: My match report from D.C. United’s 2-1 victory over the New York Red Bulls at RFK Stadium. Viewing material:
DC United won the second leg of the Eastern Conference semifinals 2-1, but the New York Red Bulls still advance thanks to a 3-2 triumph on aggregate. United entered the match with their backs against the wall. The Red Bulls won the first...Show More Summary
These days New York’s baseball, football, basketball, and hockey teams are as blah as a slice from one of Manhattan’s now-ubiquitous 99-cent pizza joints. The Yankees have missed the playoffs for the past two seasons and have a roster older … Continue reading ? Cosmos And Red Bulls Both Have Opportunity to Win Silverware For New York is a post from World Soccer Talk.
The New York Red Bulls won 2-0 in the first leg of the Eastern Conference semifinal against D.C. United at home on Sunday afternoon. The second leg will take place at RFK Stadium as first-seed D.C. tries to avoid early elimination from the MLS playoffs, like New York last season when they won the Supporters' Shield. Here are the keys to the game on Saturday. Begin Slideshow
Where the MLS playoff clubs unofficially stand after the first legs of the conference semifinals: 1. New England Revolution Dancing With the Stars: Four away goals and two Charlie Davies jigs. 2. New York Red Bulls Thierry Henry back-heel was best pass since introduction of E-ZPass on NJ Turnpike. 3. Seattle Sounders With treble in […]