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It’s taken the Red Bulls a long time and a lot of struggles to get to this point. After many years of being the butt of many jokes, they have turned into winners both on and off the field.
It is time for Dietrich Mateschitz to belly up to the proverbial bar as the owner of the New York Red Bulls and do the right thing for his head coach.
Peguy Luyindula scored his second playoff goal in as many games and the New York Red Bulls advanced to the Eastern Conference finals despite a 2-1 loss to D.C. United on Saturday.
There are no more excuses, no more reasons not to support this team. It is playoff time, New York, and you love that winner. Love this Red Bulls team in person on Sunday and let’s turn Red Bull Arena into a sold-out frenzy.
“Club Soccer 101” is that extra help for the soccer novices, but it’s also a good resource for the most educated soccer fans as well.
Chances are you’ll encounter plenty of soccer fans ahead of Monday’s U.S.-Ghana match. But guess what? They’re not real fans if they pooh-pooh the teams in their own backyard.
This matchup is kind of like the Yankees playing their Triple-A team in Scranton. But the Cosmos are out to prove they have assembled a club that can beat an MLS team.
The New York Red Bulls have played at Red Bull Arena in Harrison since 2010. During that time, the town has sent the team a tax bill for about $1.5 million for the 2010 tax year and about $1.3 million for 2011.
The leading scorer in Arsenal history, Thierry has scored 42 goals in 94 matches for the Red Bulls. Arsenal said “the fact that Thierry is the New York Red Bulls club captain makes this a particularly special fixture.”
In the metropolitan area, we have teams that did well and not so well over the past year, but all of them have something to smile about.
We New York fans love our teams through thick and thin, and there are actually a few things that give us hope for a better 2014.
The New York Red Bulls’ season came to an end Wednesday night, as they lost 2-1 to the Houston Dynamo.
Dynamo played the final 25 minutes with a man advantage after New York’s Olave was given a straight red card.
The Red Bulls earned their first Supporters’ Shield. New York carries an eight-game unbeaten streak into the playoffs.
Robles, who is tied with five other goaltenders for the MLS lead in shutouts, made two saves to help New York to its fourth straight victory.