Red Bulls Depth Test: Tyler Adams and Tim Parker Get the Call

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US Soccer announced the senior team for friendly matches against Ireland and France today. Defender Tim Parker and midfielder Tyler Adams from the New York Red Bulls are among the call-ups. When they leave for Europe, a total of 6 players will be missing from the RBNY first team roster. International Duty Panamanian defenders Michael […] READ MORE


Tim Parker, Aaron Long: The New York Red Bulls’ Not So Odd Couple

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With last night’s scoreless draw at Red Bull Arena, the New York Red Bulls showed their ability to keep a clean sheet. Center backs Aaron Long and Tim Parker controlled the final third yet again. While outside backs Kemar Lawrence and Michael Amir Murillo were able to keep the ball going forward, Long and Parker […] READ MORE


Ryan Meara Answers the Call for Red Bulls

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Harrison, NJ (May 26th, 2018) – Despite missing out on an opportunity to gain a vital three points at the expense of the Philadelphia Union, the New York Red Bulls have to be pleased with the state of their defense. With captain and MLS ironman Luis Robles on the bench, the Red Bulls’ have had […] READ MORE


Andre Blake, Union Blank Red Bulls in Draw

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(Harrison, NJ)- On a steamy, sticky night at Red Bull Arena, the New York Red Bulls were stymied by goalkeeper Andre Blake and a stellar defensive performance. The result was that the Philadelphia Union battled to a 0-0 draw. The Red Bulls’ four-game win streak comes to an end, and they fail to pull level at second […] READ MORE


The Man in Seat 9: NYCFC vs Atlanta United — A Rivalry of Equals

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EDITORIAL – There are two types of rivalries in sport. A rivalry of severe dislike, and a rivalry of equals. The first type is built on abject hatred and is usually geographically based. It is passed from generation to generation. It is eternal and unwavering. It doesn’t matter where either of the two teams is […] READ MORE


Tim Parker, Red Bulls Determined to Shake Off That ‘Old’ Feeling

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Harrison, NJ – Following the 0-1 (aggregate) loss in the Scotiabank CONCACAF Champions League, the New York Red Bulls have no choice but to regroup. Captain Luis Robles and head coach Jesse Marsch have this group face disappointment when reaching the highest level. After the match, defender Tim Parker, Robles, and Marsch all recognized that, […] READ MORE


Rodolfo Cota and Chivas Derail New York Red Bulls’ CCL Run

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Harrison, NJ (April 10th, 2018) – On a frosty night at Red Bull Arena, the New York Red Bulls faced a do or die situation. In the end, a tremendous performance by Chivas Guadalajara’s keeper Rodolfo Cota was enough to derail New York’s CONCACAF Champions League run. The performance resulted in a scoreless draw, which […] READ MORE


RBNY Notes: Roster Rotation Yields Mixed Results

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Trying to balance MLS League play with CONCACAF Champions League, Red Bulls Coach Jesse Marsch has opted to bench usual starts more than once. This test of the team’s depth has produced mixed results for the regular league. Standout play from like Florian Valot and Derrick Etienne Jr. have provided Marsch with some confidence in […] READ MORE


View From South Ward: A Case For The Red Bulls Defense

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COMMENTARY – Last night, the Red Bulls were justifiably hostile to their hosts, Minnesota United, 3-0. While fan sites are excited about Bradley Wright-Phillips and Kaku rounding into form and going nuts about favorite fan target Alex Myul winding up on the scoresheet (1 goal, 1 assist), some fans are overlooking a group that in […] READ MORE