Revs News - 07.09.05

Discussion in 'New England Revolution' started by Danizinho, Jul 9, 2005.

  1. Danizinho

    Danizinho New Member

    Jul 7, 2000
    Revolution Are Playing With Fire
    FDA/Boston Globe
    http://www.boston.com/sports/soccer/articles/2005/07/09/revolution_are_playing_with_fire/

    Revs Show Resiliency
    Mike Biglin/MetroWest Daily News
    http://www.metrowestdailynews.com/sportsNews/view.bg?articleid=103274

    Dorman Adds Depth
    John Connolly/Boston Herald
    http://sports.bostonherald.com/soccer/view.bg?articleid=93124

    Dorman Just Another Of The Revs Super Subs
    Dan Pires/Standard-Times
    http://www.southcoasttoday.com/daily/07-05/07-09-05/c04sp001.htm
     
  2. dcochran

    dcochran Member+

    Feb 17, 1999
    Tiverton, RI
    Club:
    New England Revolution
    Nat'l Team:
    United States
    From Little Frank's article:
    Doesn't England count as an international game?
     
  3. thigpig

    thigpig New Member

    Apr 24, 2005
    upstate NY
    yes, it does. i guess they meant competitions?
     
  4. Rev79

    Rev79 New Member

    Aug 17, 1999
    Can Fire Squash Revolution's March, Daily Herald

    I love this line:

    However, the Fire is 10-6-2 overall, so its 32 points have come in 18 games. The Revolution is 9-1-5, so its 32 points have come in 15 games, three fewer than the Fire has played.

    When the Revolution plays those three games, it will likely collect standings points that will put it above the Fire in the Eastern Conference standings.

    It’s a muddle.

    “I really don’t know what to make of it,’’ Fire defender Jim Curtin said.

    “For me, it is easy,’’ Fire coach Dave Sarachan said. “What you figure is you look at the win column. We have 10 wins. Nobody else in our conference has 10 wins. The only other team that has 10 wins is Dallas (which leads the Western Conference). I don’t think about games in hand. I’m looking at it from the position that we are in first place.”
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    Yes, Dave, and the team that is undefeated having played just one game is doing EXACTLY as well as the team that has gone undefeated in 30. :rolleyes:

    Sorry, folks, I'm just a bit punchy today.

    Go Revs!
     
  5. MouseyTongue

    MouseyTongue New Member

    Feb 16, 2001
    a box in the Chairma
    Club:
    New England Revolution
    Nat'l Team:
    United States
    I've got to agree with Rev79, it is silly to ignore the games in hand. For the Fire's lead in wins to maintain meaning they need to keep pace with the Revs over their remaining games AND hope that the Revs lose the extra three games. Sure, you can say that the chances are good for the Revs to lose three games, making the two teams "even" but then what about the rest of the games? From the Revs' perspective, they can keep pace with the Fire AND have three more opportunities to pick up a single point to move ahead of them. Which position would you rather be in?
     

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