New York Red Bulls
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|3||New England Revolution||11|
Bradley Wright-Phillips is doing the very thing that is anathema to nearly every athlete on the planet. He's messing with success.
For Wright-Phillips, 2014 was one of those career years that most strikers would give anything to replicate over and over again. He netted an astounding 27 times, tying the MLS single-season record held by both Roy Lassiter of the now-defunct Tampa Bay Mutiny and the San Jose Earthquakes' Chris Wondolowski. Along the way he helped the New York Red Bulls reach the Eastern...
A selection of intriguing Major League Soccer storylines to watch this weekend:
Can Marsch and Red Bulls stun the defending MLS Cup champions?
On Jan. 7, few MLS fans would have believed the New York Red Bulls, which had just canned popular coach Mike Petke after the best two seasons in the club's mostly forgettable 19-year history, would be the league's last unbeaten squad almost two months into the 2015 campaign.
Yet undefeated is exactly what the Red Bulls are under new boss Jesse Marsch. His...