Inter Miami’s frustration during the postgame was palpable. Not only was the team angered and “gutted” over losing another game, but the expansion side also felt hard done-by because of the officiating that (…)
All Luis Robles Posts
If there is one thing the upcoming MLS tournament in Orlando represents for Inter Miami, captain Luis Robles believes it is the chance to do something the fledgling team has never done before. Win. (…)
MLS remains in discussions with its players over accepting pay cuts, but there is still a bit to figure out before any deal can be reached. The 2020 MLS season has been suspended since March 12 because of the (…)
The New York Red Bulls parted ways with long-time goalkeeper Luis Robles on Nov. 21. He had an idea that was happening well before then. The Red Bulls and Robles split last month after seven-and-a-half years (…)
Inter Miami have brought in one of MLS’ top goalkeepers ahead of its inaugural campaign. Former New York Red Bulls goalkeeper Luis Robles has joined Inter Miami on a free agent deal. He joins the expansion (…)
Every cycle has an end. The New York Red Bulls just reminded everyone of that harsh reality. The Red Bulls bid farewell to long-time servants Luis Robles and Bradley Wright-Phillips on Thursday, choosing (…)
It is the end of an era for the New York Red Bulls. Luis Robles and Bradley Wright-Phillips have played their last games for the Red Bulls, who announced on Thursday afternoon their decision to part ways (…)
New York Red Bulls head coach Chris Armas provided exclusive injury updates to SBI on Wednesday afternoon on Bradley Wright-Phillips, Aaron Long, and Luis Robles.
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.
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.