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Revolution striker Adam Buksa is at the top of his game

FOXBORO — New England Revolution forward Adam Buksa is the hottest striker in MLS and never stops laboring to improve his game. The designated player transfer from Poland made his presence felt on the practice field during a spirited workout on Thursday morning at the Revolution’s new training facility adjacent to Patriot Place.
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Bruce Arena plays down rumors linking Tajon Buchanan, Adam Buksa to Europe

With rumors of potential transfers surfacing around two of the New England Revolution's top players, head coach Bruce Arena has reportedly said that Tajon Buchanan and Adam Buksa aren't going anywhere . Buchanan was the first Revs player in recent days to have his name linked to overseas suitors, with...
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New England Revolution rumor: Adam Buksa sparks interest from top French club

Days after reports surfaced on interest for midfielder Tajon Buchanan, another New England Revolution name has piqued interest from top-flight European clubs. According to a report from Tomasz Wlodarczyk, Polish striker Adam Buksa has drawn interest from “major clubs in France.” Additional reports from Eugenio González Aguilera state that Ligue 1-side AS Monaco has shown “serious interest” in the Polish striker.
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New England Revolution: Adam Buksa on the path to a double-digit goal season

Adam Buksa’s recent goal-scoring form has put him on a course for a double-digit goal season. It’s been an impactful last three matches for the New England Revolution’s Adam Buksa. The 24-year-old striker has scored in all of the Revolution’s last three Major League Soccer fixtures and has recorded a total of four goals in eight appearances. After scoring six goals in 23 regular-season appearances in the 2020 campaign, which also was his first year in MLS, Buksa is on the path to registering a double-digit goal season for the first time with the Revolution.
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Revs expecting more goals from Adam Buksa

The New England Revolution hope that Adam Buksa’s goal against the Columbus Crew is a sign of things to come. After 83 minutes watching from the bench, the Polish striker replaced Arnór Traustason in Sunday’s game. Three minutes later he got on the end of a Brandon Bye cross to score the game-winner.
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Adam Buksa is getting frustrated answering questions about being frustrated

Adam Buksa doesn’t want to be frustrated. But the New England Revolution forward is becoming frustrated when asked if he’s frustrated about coming off the bench or not scoring. The Polish striker scored for the first time since a season-opening win over Chicago Fire FC on Sunday, making the most...
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Game-winner by Revolution’s Adam Buksa was a special moment for Rhode Island family

Adam Buksa’s game-winning goal Sunday night for the Revolution against the Columbus Crew provided a Rhode Island family in attendance a special moment to savor. The Revolution striker personally invited the Marshall family of Coventry to the match after forming a connection with them last May during the height of the coronavirus pandemic.
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New England Revolution Defeat Columbus Driven By Late Goal From Adam Buksa

On Saturday night at Gillette Stadium, the New England Revolution defeated the reigning MLS Cup winners Columbus Crew 1-0. With the win, the Revolution move to 3-1-2 on the 2021 MLS season and their 11 points have them in first place in the Eastern Conference, three points ahead of second place. New England has finished an eight-day slate that saw them play three games. In that stretch, they were able to take 4 out of 9 possible points. In addition, the Revs are 3-0-0 in three home matches to start the 2021 season.
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Adam Buksa shows he's "a handful" as Revs fight back in Chicago

The New England Revolution fell one game short of representing the Eastern Conference in last season’s MLS Cup Final and now the goal will be to get over that hump in 2021. For the Revs to be a title contender this season, striker Adam Buksa will have to have similar outings like he did in Saturday’s season opener.