Taking a closer look at why the New York Red Bulls fell, 4-2, to Santos Laguna in the second leg of their Concacaf Champions League quarterfinals series.
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The New York Red Bulls will be without starting right back Michael Amir Murillo on Tuesday night vs. Santos Laguna, and are likely to replace him with the promising but inexperienced Kyle Duncan.
The New York Red Bulls are focusing on themselves and their mentality ahead of their Concacaf Champions League opener vs. a relatively unknown side in Atletico Pantoja.
Kemar Lawrence will not start in the New York Red Bulls’ 2019 Concacaf Champions League opener vs. Atletico Pantoja on Wednesday night.
Despite enjoying a record regular season in 2018, New York Red Bulls head coach Chris Armas has been introducing some different tactical wrinkles to the club during his first preseason in charge.
New York Red Bulls head coach Chris Armas lauded Alejandro ‘Kaku’ Romero Gamarra’s professionalism and commitment in the aftermath of the transfer saga that saw midfielder look to land a move to Club (…)
During their end-of-season availability, several New York Red Bulls’ players lamented not using their high-press tactics in the first leg defeat to Atlanta United in the Eastern Conference Finals.
In the 90th minute, Tim Parker scored the New York Red Bulls’ final goal of the season from close range. It was the very definition of a consolation goal; the Red Bulls, despite a stellar home record and (…)
The Red Bulls wide attackers had a big day in their victory over the Crew.
The Red Bulls had a solid plan in the first leg against Columbus, but they need a more sharp approach to win in leg two.