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BUFFERY: TFC's Morrow looking forward to retirement, and to getting a result vs. Nashville

Justin Morrow announced his retirement this week prior to Saturday’s match against the club from Music City, but the veteran MLS defender certainly isn’t singing the blues. Story continues below. This advertisement has not loaded yet, but your article continues below. Article content. “Just joy,” said Morrow, when asked how...
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Hot streak or legitimate contender? Making sense of LAFC and Portland

Two resurgent teams will collide on Sunday when LAFC travel to face the Portland Timbers in a Western Conference clash at Providence Park (7:30 pm ET | FS1, FOX Deportes). Both clubs have experienced their struggles this season, but they've found improved form in recent weeks as the Audi 2021 MLS Cup Playoffs near. Before Week 26 gets underway, Portland are fifth in the West and LAFC hold the No. 7 seed – both above the red line.

Recap: Inter Miami CF 0, New York Red Bulls 4

Patryk Klimala and Omir Fernandez scored early before Fabio added a second-half brace as the New York Red Bulls romped past 10-man Inter Miami CF to a 4-0 victory Friday night at DRV PNK Stadium. The Red Bulls scored more than two goals for the first time this year and...

Bruce Arena thinks 2021 Revs are unique to past championship teams

What makes up an MLS champion? If anyone knows it is Bruce Arena. The legendary MLS coach has won five MLS Cup titles and will go down as the best soccer coach in the history of the United States. Everything in New England has changed since Arena came to the...

Revs chasing history while Crew chase playoffs

The New England Revolution's quest for the MLS record book continues when they host the Columbus Crew on Saturday in Foxborough, Mass. The Revolution (17-4-4, 55 points) have 10 wins and a tie in the past 12 games and are on pace to set the marks for most points and the highest points per game in a season.
Boston Globe

Revolution positioned to stand on own merits

FOXBOROUGH – Bruce Arena won five MLS championships with D.C. United and the Los Angeles Galaxy before taking over the Revolution two years ago. And, though the Revolution appear capable of challenging those teams’ accomplishments, as well as several league records, Arena believes it is too early to judge his current team’s merits.
New England Revolution

Preview | Revs host Crew aiming to improve upon league-best 10-1-1 home record

Gillette Stadium | Foxborough, Mass. Listen: 98.5 The Sports Hub (English), WBIX 1260 Nossa Radio (Portuguese), SiriusXM FC (Channel 157) Revolution Kickoff (6:30 p.m. ET) 1st in Eastern Conference (17-4-4, 55 pts.) Last Result | 2-1 win vs. New York City FC. Carles Gil and Tajon Buchanan came off the...
Internet Soccer

The Philadelphia Union model is working

By Jason Davis – WASHINGTON, DC (Sep 17, 2021) US Soccer Players – Unless you’re a fan of an Eastern Conference rival, you might find yourself feeling bad for the Philadelphia Union. The Union won its first trophy in 2020, lifting a makeshift Supporters’ Shield at Subaru Park last November before later receiving the actual Shield. The Union finished with the most points in MLS after a challenging season. No pandemic asterisk required.