Though the team is still searching for a win after three weeks, Mike Petke’s New York Red Bulls are showing signs of improvement.
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After allowing five goals in two matches, the New York Red Bulls look set to make some changes to their back-line, with Roy Miller looking like the leading candidate to be benched ahead of Saturday’s (…)
New York Red Bulls defender Roy Miller is in the spotlight again, and for the wrong reasons again. His meltdown in Sunday’s loss to San Jose cost his team the game, and has raised fresh questions about (…)
Brazilian midfielder Juninho Pernambucano had mixed results in his New York Red Bulls debut, and now he is set to miss the team’s next match, Sunday vs. the San Jose Earthquakes, with a calf strain
The New York Red Bulls could be content with a season opening draw on the road in a tough environment like Portland, but blowing a two-goal lead has the team doing some soul-searching after Sunday’s tie.
The New York Red Bulls were hoping to make a major change in team philosophy when they parted ways with Hans Backe, and new head coach Mike Petke has given them just that.
With rookie head coach Mike Petke at the helm, and a completely transformed roster, the New York Red Bulls head into 2013 with lofty expectations and high hopes for a strong season.