The Red Bulls and Toronto F.C. played out a 1-1 draw at BMO Field on Saturday.
Juan Agudelo’s goal helped the Red Bulls earn a draw against the Vancouver White Caps after New York were reduced to ten men after Jan Gunnar Solli was sent off.
A masterclass goal by Thierry Henry in dying stages of Saturday’s match gave the New York Red Bulls a much-needed point and momentum going into the second half of the MLS calendar. It could also be a unifying moment for Red Bull fans and ownership whose relationship recently became damaged.
The New York Red Bulls’ acquisition of veteran German goalkeeper Frank Rost will solve their issues in net and give the club a legitimate shot at MLS Cup glory.
Hartnett: Joel Lindpere, Red Bulls’ Engine On And Off The Pitch Demands Accountability From Teammates
New York Red Bulls’ midfielder has been a force for the club on the field and in the locker room since his arrival in January 2010. He’s providing true leadership by not letting complacency seep into his own game or that of his teammates.
Hans Backe has kept faith in starting keeper Greg Sutton but his erratic play has likely forced the return of Bouna Coundoul to the Red Bulls’ net. Would this be a wise move or should Backe continue with Sutton until a long-term replacement can be found?
Chris Wondolowski scored in the 81st minute, giving the San Jose Earthquakes a 3-1 victory over the New York Red Bulls and Thierry Henry on Thursday night and a 3-2 aggregate win in the MLS Eastern Conference semifinal series.
Edson Buddle scored his league-leading 13th goal in the 10th minute Saturday night, and the Galaxy made it stand up in a 1-0 victory over the New York Red Bulls that featured the brightest of Major League Soccer’s newly signed stars.
Mexican national team captain Rafael Marquez signed Monday with Major League Soccer’s New York Red Bulls, two days after he was released by Barcelona.
Marquez didn’t say where he would sign, although his talks with the Red Bulls have been common knowledge in soccer circles.