The ticker is running on the New England Revolution, who haven't won a game since May 14th. That's a winless streak that's about to stretch into its third month, and the team that recently had so much success in the MLS is now trying to figure out how to just win one, writes CSNNE's Danny Picard.
"I think on the road, you’ve just got to stay a little bit more mentally sharp, and we weren’t able to do that [in Seattle], and that’s why we’ve been so unsuccessful at picking up points on the road," said Revolution captain Shalrie Joseph after Wednesday’s practice. "It takes a split second to make that bad decision, and that’s what’s been costing us."
The Revs know that, despite their seven-game winless streak, the world isn't about to end. They do, to be sure, sit at dead last in the Eastern Conference with 15 points, but first-place Philadelphia has only 26, so their goals are still attainable.
The Revolution will look to end their slide on July 4th when they travel to Utah to take on Real Salt Lake at 8:30.