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Jose ‘Pepe’ Moreno forces the Revolution to look for another path, for now

Jose "Pepe" Moreno signed with the new England Revolution and now seems to be backing out of the deal. Not a good sign for the Revs.

 By Kevin Koczwara

“We still don’t know with certainty that the quotes attributed to him were in fact his, so if they are, we need to understand what he’s dealing with and where his feelings are coming from before we proceed and find some resolution on the matter.” — Brian Bilello, President of The New England Revolution

A week or so after the Major League Soccer SuperDraft I spoke with Mike Burns, General Manager of the New England Revolution, about the team’s latest signings, John Lozano and Fernando Cárdenas, from Colombia. Burns said he and coach Jay Heaps went down to Colombia one weekend to watch the league’s relegation playoffs. In passing Burns mentioned he and Heaps had discussions with other players.

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Revs Expand Seating at Home Games, But Why?

Gillette Stadium Courtesy Yunner

By Ryan Fleming

Earlier today the New England Revolution released a press release stating that their home stadium, Gillette Stadium, will allow people to sit around the entire lower bowl of the stadium for the 2011 season. It will be the first time fans can sit in any section of the lower bowl since the stadium was opened in 2002.

Now, to some, this is news. The Revs only let supporters sit in the North and East ends while the other sections are closed off. By doing this it makes it seem like there are more people at the game than there really is if you’re watching it on t.v. It also makes the atmosphere at the game more uplifting (or so I’m told).

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