Saer Sene

New England Revolution #39 - Forward

  • Born: 11/04/86
  • Age: 27
  • Height:
  • Weight: 0

Poetry Corner Kicks feels optimistic.


Poetry Corner Kicks likes what he sees from the first game back from the break!

Revs Praise "Intimate" Atmosphere in Providence

The Revs played their Open Cup match on Wednesday in Providence. The smaller field and intimate atmosphere was roundly praised by the players after the game.

US Open Cup: Revs 2, Rhinos 1 - Revs Into Quarters

First half goals from Saer Sene and cup hero Kelyn Rowe tallied for the Revs in the first half as they held off their USL Pro affiliate the Rochester Rhinos for a 2-1 Open Cup win.

September Player of the Month: Lee Nguyen

September wasn't a great month for the Revs, with just one win and just four points in four games. Lee Nguyen, however, completed his maturation as the Revs' midfield general, and had the best...

Sene is Out for 4-6 Months

Saer Sene had surgery on his ankle yesterday, and it looks like his rehab will take 4-6 months. He'll be ready for the 2014 MLS season, certainly, but will he still be here?

Will Sene's Injury Affect his Transfer Status?

The major focus after Saer Sene's injury will be replacing his dynamic attacking ability in the remainder of the season. Looking past that, though, what will this gruesome turn of events mean for...

Crew survive off week, prepare for intense finale


Who will survive and what will be left of them?

Saer Sene suffers horrific ankle injury

New England Revolution forward goes down hard after tackle by Davy Arnaud.

The I-95 Cup has a Father and His Name is Fotis

Fotis Bazakos got it mostly wrong in the huge match between New York and New England. What he did get right is making the I-95 Cup relevant and real for at least one night.

Revs vs. SKC: Know Thy Enemy Part Deux

The Revolution face a difficult task in Sporting Kansas City in the Midwest on Saturday night. We caught up with Ben Gartland of The Daily Wiz to learn more about tonight's opponents.

Sene's Non-Goal Highlights Inconsistent Refereeing

Dave Gantar's early whistle against D.C. may have robbed Saer Sene of a relatively meaningless goal, but Jay Heaps sees it as part of a greater problem with officiating consistency.

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