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Ben, Russ, and Alex talk about the European leagues coming to a conclusion, the ridiculous end to John Terry's time at Chelsea, and of course the Revs are heading to NY on a mini win streak but the fans don't seem to care about the on-field product anymore.
Ben poses the question of "who deserves the most of the blame pie for the Revs?" to Alex and Russ. Alex gets to gloat about Chelsea and all three predict Juventus will win the Champions League.
wasn’t faking it. Off the ball. I didn’t even expect it. It felt like I got shot. Cheap shot.” Said coach Jay Heaps : “Guys are pretty upset about the way the game was managed from the referee. It really felt like there were at least two penalties at the end of that game. You don’t get it, so the frustration boils over.” — Amid reports that Ryan Mallett repeatedly
past season (they lost in the second round to eventual champion Indiana). The Revolution, under first-year coach Jay Heaps , went 9-17-8 in 2012, their third straight losing season and second straight ninth-place finish in the Eastern
FOXBORO -- With team owners Robert and Jonathan Kraft looking on, Jay Heaps was named the sixth head coach of the Revolution Wednesday in a news conference at Gillette Stadium. Two years after stepping away
Jay Heaps , who retired from Major League Soccer two years ago as the Revolution’s all-time leader in games played (243), was introduced as the team’s new coach at a Wednesday morning press conference. Heaps, 35, is the second-youngest coach in MLS. He replaces Steve Nicol, who was not retained last ...
FOXBORO -- After nine seasons in New England and 11 in professional soccer, popular defender Jay Heaps announced his retirement during an emotional news conference Wednesday at Gillette Stadium. Heaps, a native of Longmeadow, Mass