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Revs have no answer for Sporting KC

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Short-handed Revs draw DC 1-1

Charlie Davies celebrates after he put the Revs up 1-0 just before halftime.
Charlie Davies celebrates after he put the Revs up 1-0 just before halftime.

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- One of the most taxing jobs for an MLS coach is preparing his team for just about any scenario. To that end, Jay Heaps does his best to have the New England Revolution ready for a number of different situations.

But following Saturday's 1-1 draw in which his squad finished with nine men against DC United, Heaps quipped that he was finally able to get around to testing his team in an unfamiliar situation.

"We practice being down to 10 men," Heaps said. "I have to be honest: We...

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New England and D.C. United battle, Toronto concern, Kreis goes home

The ESPN FC panel discuss Jozy Altidore's injury, where Stuart Holden believes Jozy needs to step back and find the reason for these injuries.
LA Galaxy striker Robbie Keane discusses the growth of MLS, his secrets to staying consistent and picks Barcelona to win the Champions League final.
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Battle for Eastern supremacy

With more obvious story lines in Salt Lake City and Toronto this weekend, it's easy to understand how Saturday's top-of-the-East clash between D.C. United and the New England Revolution could feel like an afterthought. But the fact remains that United's visit to Gillette Stadium in the year's first meeting between the teams is among the most intriguing match-ups of the young season, for various reasons.

With all due respect to Jesse Marsch's revamped Red Bulls,...

Revs have no answer for Sporting KC

Sporting Kansas City's Krisztian Nemeth scored a brace as Sporting KC comfortably defeated the New England Revolution at home.
A bright start hastily faded into a disastrous performance for the Revolution, who conceded a flurry of goals to Sporting Kansas City in Wednesday's 4-2 loss at Sporting Park.

Juan Agudelo put the Revolution ahead in the 11th minute, but it wasn't long before Kansas City climbed right back -- and in emphatic fashion. Dom Dwyer leveled it in the 29th minute, and Krisztian Nemeth put the hosts ahead in the 39th minute. Former Revolution midfielder Benny Feilhaber scored from the spot in the 43rd minute...

Feilhaber and Davies reflect on MLS's growth since their arrival

ESPN FC's Taylor Twellman and Glenn Davis discuss Orlando City's emphatic victory over the LA Galaxy at home.

In some ways, it seems absurd to think of Sporting Kansas City midfielder Benny Feilhaber and New England Revolution forward Charlie Davies as grizzled veterans. It feels like only yesterday that both players were breaking into the U.S. national team under then-manager Bob Bradley.

But look at their respective résumés and there it is. Feilhaber, 30, has been a professional for nearly a decade. Davies, 28, checks in at just over eight years.

Both spent time in Europe before returning stateside...

Los Angeles FC's stadium plans generate positive feedback

Major League Soccer's expansion Los Angeles Football Club is planning a $250 million stadium, with the side to debut in 2018.

LOS ANGELES -- Henry Nguyen, the head of the investment group for Los Angeles Football Club, had just finished announcing that the team would build a soccer-specific stadium on the site of the old Los Angeles Sports Arena. He took a seat, and allowed himself a brief rest. Frankly, he had earned it.

The club will invest upward of $250 million in a development that will be anchored by a 22,000-seat stadium and will included 100,000 square feet of restaurants, office space, a conference center and a...

D.C. United lose in Philadelphia but they're still an MLS team to admire

Zach Pfeffer's goal in second-half stoppage time would prove to be the difference in Philadelphia's 1-0 win over DC United at PPL Park.

My big idea this weekend was to head down to PPL Park and witness D.C. United -- Supporters Shield-leading D.C. United that is -- do whatever it is that has taken them to such a prominent position early in the MLS season. And yes, there was also the next installment of what's become a long-running Philadelphia Union soap opera to look forward to, but the principal draw was to see Ben Olsen's United side do their thing.

As for what that "thing" is, no-one really seems to know for sure, though...