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Revs vs. United: Know Thy Enemy Thrice Over

The New England Revolution will face D.C. United for the third and final time on Saturday night in their second visit to RFK Stadium this season. We sat down once again with Martin Shatzer of Black and Red United to better Know Thy Enemy.

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We Should Just Quit Now And Look To 2013

The New England Revolution's early-season fairytale is definitely over, but this could hold some silver lining. For this fan, it's the prospect of being given all of the most potent team-building tools the league has in place for next season.

Revolution Sign Toja: Good Move Or A Bad Gamble?

The New England Revolution exercised their rights and used the top allocation spot to acquire Colombian midfielder Juan Toja. Was this a good move, or are the Revs gambling on one good season?

Juan Carlos Toja Signs with MLS: Allocation Update

Juan Carlos Toja is due for allocation today at 4PM. The Revs are "on the clock" with the options being to select and employ Toja or select and trade him.

Jay Heaps revealed the reasoning behind passing on Luis Robles and not trading the top Allocation...

Jay Heaps revealed the reasoning behind passing on Luis Robles and not trading the top Allocation spot on Inside the Six yesterday. Apparently, the Revs have been in conversations with out-of-contract allocation players? More research would be necessary to say this definitively, but man, the only guy I can think of, now that Bedoya is going to Sweden and Edu seems destined for elsewhere in Europe, is Bocanegra.

Summer Transfers 2012: Shalrie's Gone, Now What?

The New England Revolution have traded away their captain, Shalrie Joseph. What do they do now? Is Carlos Bocanegra coming to Boston, or someone else?

Musket Rounds: Football At Fenway, El Pibe, Bocanegra, And More

Looking for a varied array of New England Revolution and general soccer news to help get you through the midweek drag? Read here about the Revolution defense, Football at Fenway, Carlos Bocanegra and more in today's Musket Rounds.

Revolution Mid-Season Grades: Defense Is Better, But Still Has Room To Improve

Has the New England Revolution defense gotten much better in 2012? TBM takes a moment to grade the performance of the defensive unit at the halfway point of this season.

Transfer Talk 2012: The Many Facets Of The Top Allocation Spot

The MLS summer window is open, and the New England Revolution hold the top Allocation spot. But will they, and should they, use the spot to bring in a player, or as a bargaining chip?

Revolution Transfers 2012: Lozano, Runstrom, White Gone, Nyassi Activated

The New England Revolution waived defender John Lozano and declined options on midfielder Jeremiah White and forward Bjorn Runstrom on Wednesday morning. Right-winger Sainey Nyassi was also activated from the disabled list.

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