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Roy Miller #7 and Kenny Cooper #33 of the New York Red Bulls congratulate teammate Joel Lindpere #20 on a first half goal during the game against the Philadelphia Union at PPL Park on May 13, 2012 in Chester, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Drew Hallowell/Getty Images)

Late Drama For Red Bulls, Cooper Seals 3-2 Victory

Kenny Cooper fired the Red Bulls to a 3-2 victory past The Union on Sunday by scoring in the 87th minute.


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Red Bulls Lose 4-1 To D.C., First Loss In Five Matches

United moved past New York into second place in the Eastern Conference, nine points behind first-place Kansas City.


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Red Bulls, Earthquakes Tie 2-2

Kenny Cooper had one for New York and Chris Wondolowski kept pace with Thierry Henry atop the MLS scoring list in a 2-2 tie


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Red Bulls’ Thierry Henry Wins 3rd Straight MLS Player Of The Week

Thierry Henry of the New York Red Bulls has become the first player in MLS history to capture three straight player of the week awards.


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Henry, Cooper Help Red Bulls Beat Crew 4-1

Henry and Cooper each scored twice to help the New York Red Bulls beat the Columbus Crew 4-1


NEW YORK - JUNE 29: (L-R) Former NY Cosmo players Shep Messing and Giorgio Chinaglia attend a special screening of Miramax Films' 'Once in a Lifetime' at The Core Club on June 29, 2006 in New York City. (Photo by Peter Kramer/Getty Images)

Hartnett: Remembering Cosmos Legend Giorgio Chinaglia

Giorgio Chinaglia, legendary Cosmos striker passed away on Sunday at 65. Few athletes enjoyed the excesses of winning in New York quite like Chinaglia.


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Henry Scores First Hat Trick, Red Bulls Win 5-2

Thierry Henry scored his first career MLS hat trick and set up goal to lead the New York Red Bulls to a 5-2 victory


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Henry Leads Red Bulls To First Win Of The Season

Thierry Henry scored his first two goals of the season to lead the New York Red Bulls to their first win of the season.


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Red Bulls Lose Season Opener, 2-1

FC Dallas beat the New York Red Bulls 2-1 on Sunday in the season opener for both teams.


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Red Bulls’ Thierry Henry Rejoins Arsenal On Two-Month Loan

“I always said I would not play in Europe again,” said Henry. “But it is hard for me when it comes to Arsenal.”


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Thierry Henry: Red Bulls Need To Raise Their Game For Playoffs

No, it’s not the Yankees. But there’s still a New York team gunning for a title this October.


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Hartnett: Everything Finally Falling Into Place For Momentous Red Bulls

The Red Bulls finally snapped a winless drought Saturday against FC Dallas and will be looking to continue their momentum tonight when they face Real Salt Lake at Red Bull Arena. With key players returning to their lineup, New York is ready to lock down a playoff place.


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Red Bulls Earn Draw After Controversial Red Card

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.


New York Red Bulls' Thierry Henry (C) lifts the trophy after his team won the tournament during their Emirates Cup football match at Emirates Stadium in London, England, on July 31, 2011. AFP PHOTO/IAN KINGTON FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY Additional licence required for any commercial/promotional use or use on TV or internet (except identical online version of newspaper) of Premier League/Football League photos. Tel DataCo +44 207 2981656. Do not alter/modify photo. (Photo credit should read IAN KINGTON/AFP/Getty Images)

Hartnett: Red Bulls’ Emirates Cup Triumph Must Translate Into MLS Success

The New York Red Bulls surprised European fans and media alike by claiming the Emirates Cup this past weekend. Although it was a strong statement to elite clubs, finding consistency in the MLS is the priority.


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Hartnett: Red Bulls Forging An Identity Heading Into MLS All-Star Break

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.