The Red Bulls have issued a statement on NYCFC and it's just about as dangerous as you'd expect (as in, not at all).
In a press release from this morning, the league has announced New York City FC as the league's 20th franchise, to be owned by Manchester City and the Yankees.
The Open Cup draw isn't televised, so we don't really know how it happens, but Jeff Crandall from chicago-fire.com got to watch and what he left with is pretty interesting.
Remember that deep dive in the the Red Bulls' payroll I promised last week? Well here's the first part.
The Red Bulls finish the 11th week of the 2013 season with 4 points of a possible six, putting them in a good position in the table.
The Red Bulls can't end the 11 year losing skid in Foxborough, but come away with a point and keep the unbeaten streak going.
With the Juan Agudelo-to-Revs trade the Red Bulls are losing out on some allocation money. Not that they're hard up for it, but still...
The Red Bulls went into Columbus and were thoroughly outplayed, but still came away with the three points.
When the season was still in its infancy, I called for the head of Roy Miller. After back-to-back good performances, something of an apology is in order.
Ryan Meara was expected to play some minutes for the reserves this weekend, but the game was postponed.
It took all 90 minutes, but the Red Bulls leave Toronto with three points thanks to the efforts of Tim Cahill.
The three Red Bulls supporters groups are set to honor the victims of this week's Boston bombing along with the traveling Revolution support.