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Episode 59: Go Marching On

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After finishing the 2018 campaign with a 1-0 win over the Montreal Impact, the New England Revolution officially enter the offseason and may soon begin to implement necessary personnel changes.

Who’s a lock to return in 2019, who’s on the bubble and who’s packing their bags? We look ahead to next year with ProSoccerUSA’s Julian Cardillo; New England Soccer Today and MLS Soccer.com’s Jonathan Sigal, and Revs beat writer for Boston Sports Journal, Sean Sweeney.

We’ll talk offseason priorities and 2019 expectations, then Ray, Jon and Alex wrap it up with shout outs.


What's Next?

All eyes are on the future.  The New England Revolution are officially eliminated from the 2018 playoff race and have begun making moves with an eye towards 2019 and beyond.  This week, Ray, Jon and Alex talk about the Revs playing for pride and topping Orlando SC, 2-0 last Saturday with  Julian Cardillo , New England beat writer at  ProSoccerUSA.com .  Then we’ll bring you a quick one-one-one with Revolution President  Brian Bilello  recorded Monday morning after the Revs  unveiled plans  for a new $35 million training facility in Foxborough. We’ll talk about what Brian and the Krafts said then analyze what this move means for this team and its supporters.

All eyes are on the future.

The New England Revolution are officially eliminated from the 2018 playoff race and have begun making moves with an eye towards 2019 and beyond.

This week, Ray, Jon and Alex talk about the Revs playing for pride and topping Orlando SC, 2-0 last Saturday with Julian Cardillo, New England beat writer at ProSoccerUSA.com.

Then we’ll bring you a quick one-one-one with Revolution President Brian Bilello recorded Monday morning after the Revs unveiled plans for a new $35 million training facility in Foxborough. We’ll talk about what Brian and the Krafts said then analyze what this move means for this team and its supporters.

Don't Look Back

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Put a bow on 2018, the Revs are done.

The New England Revolution have won just once in their last 14 matches and are all but eliminated from the Major League Soccer (MLS) Eastern Conference playoff race following a 2-1 loss Saturday, at Atlanta United FC.

Despite the results, we’ve got a good show this week. Ray and Jon welcome back long-time Revs beat reporter and senior writer from the New England Soccer Journal, Kyle McCarthy, who joins them to quickly break down the Atlanta loss and look ahead towards bigger issues facing the Revs next season. Then the boys preview Orlando City Soccer Club coming to town with Logan James, from The Roar: An Orlando City Podcast.

Finally, we month ball the Huot 8000 for the year as the Revs barrel towards formal mathematical elimination and Alex catches up with some traveling Revs supporters at Mercedes-Benz Stadium.

Down and Out

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Math and points mean nothing, this thing is over. 

New England snuffed out any remaining playoff hopes on Saturday with a 4-1 loss at Toronto FC. With Montreal’s loss to D.C. United, the Revs remain in eighth place and five points below the red line with just four matches to play. 

This week, Ray, Jon and Alex welcome back friend of the pod, Sean Sweeney, Revs beat writer for the Boston Sports Journal, to break down New England’s Canadian bakin’. We take the Huot 8000 out behind the barn, and then we’ll bring in Jason Longshore, color analyst for 92.9 The Game, to talk up the shalacking the Revs may face when they head down to Atlanta this weekend.

Never Tell Me the Odds

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Despite giving up two critical points to a struggling Chicago Fire on Saturday, Brad Friedel still believes the Revs are in the hunt for a spot in the 2018 MLS playoffs.

This week Ray, Jon and Alex break down New England’s 2-2 draw and welcome in Fox Sports commentator Rob Stone, who is bullish on New England’s future under Friedel.

We fire up the Huot 8000 one more time and prognosticate on the remaining MLS schedule and then look ahead to Saturday as the Revs travel north of the border to take on Toronto FC. We’ll check in with friend of the Pod, Tej Sahota, from Waking the Red, and see what awaits the Revs when they take on the defending MLS champions.