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NEW YORK RED BULLS

April 24, 2014
HELLO COLUMBUS?
Convey hopes to return Saturday

Bobby Convey could be ready to make a return to the field as early as this weekend as his hamstring injury continues to progress.


April 24, 2014
SO CLOSE
Bover scores 1st goal, but then again not

Ruben Bover thought he had his first ever MLS goal Wednesday night. Instead, he just had a trial run on his celebration for when he does finally score that first league goal.


April 23, 2014
THE WRIGHT-PHILLIPS STUFF
Red Bulls striker's hat-trick sinks Houston, 4-0

On Tuesday, Bradley Wright-Phillips missed practice with a fever. On Wednesday night, he was hot in a much different way as he burned the Houston Dynamo, not once, not twice, but three times. The English forward struck for his first MLS hat-trick to lift the New York Red Bulls to a 4-0 triumph before an announced crowd of 13,278 at Red Bull Arena.


April 23, 2014
NOW, THAT WAS SICK
A day after being bed-ridden, Wright-Phillips puts on a dynamic performance vs. Dynamo

Tuesday, it looked like Bradley Wright-Phillips might not be a part of the gameday roster, let alone starting. On Tuesday at practice, Wright-Phillips was held out due to an illness and his inclusion for the Red Bulls' 4-0 win over the Houston Dynamo was cast into doubt.


April 23, 2014
THE SHORT CORNER
What we liked and didn't like in Red Bulls' 4-0 romp over Houston

The Red Bulls won again on Wednesday night over the Houston Dynamo, an emphatic 4-0 scoreline where the squad looked much more like the defending Supporters Shield squad. Head coach Mike Petke teased that his team is “Jekyl and Hyde” but on the day, they were lifted by Bradley Wright-Phillips, who tallied a hat trick in the win.


April 23, 2014
THE WRIGHT-PHILLIPS STUFF
Striker records hat-trick in Red Bulls' 4-0 victory over the Dynamo

On Tuesday, Bradley Wright-Phillips missed practice with a fever. On Wednesday night, he was hot in a much different way as he burned the Houston Dynamo, not once, not twice, but three times. The English forward struck for his first MLS hat-trick to lift the Red Bulls to a 4-0 triumph before a chilly and announced crowd of 13,278 at Red Bull Arena.


April 22, 2014
NO MOTIVATION
Petke won't use last year's playoff elimination to inspire Red Bulls vs. the Dynamo

The Red Bulls finally got into the win column last week with a 2-1 win over the Philadelphia Union, a much-needed victory last Wednesday. Now, the task ahead of them is ahead greater with another midweek game, this time against Houston Wednesday night.


April 22, 2014
BACK AT TRAINING
Chrsitianson is getting healthy

For more than a week, Ian Christianson has been back on the field and training for the Red Bulls. With what appears to be his return to health, his head coach is excited to see what the player is all about.


April 22, 2014
UNDER THE WEATHER
Wright-Phillips could miss Houston game

A Red Bulls attack that already will be without Tim Cahill this week, the team's leading scorer last season, might also be missing another piece of the attack for this Wednesday's game against the Houston Dynamo. Forward Bradley Wright-Phillips missed training on Tuesday as he was under the weather.


April 22, 2014
A NO-GO
Cahill won't play vs. Dynamo Wednesday

After he played 27 minutes last week as a second-half substitute in his return from a hamstring injury, Tim Cahill will not play a week later when the Red Bulls host the Houston Dynamo on Wednesday night.


April 21, 2014
READY TO GO
A fit Armando can play 90 minutes as Sekagya must sit with a red card

Armando is ready and fit to play 90 minutes, so says Red Bulls head coach Mike Petke. And it couldn't happen at a better time for the club.


April 21, 2014
BACK AT TRAINING
Convey, Eckersley practice, but won't play Wednesday

It won't happen in time for Wednesday, but two pieces of the Starting XI appear ready to return to the Red Bulls sooner rather than later.


April 21, 2014
AVAILABILITY IN QUESTION
Cahill doesn't train, might not be available for Dynamo

Tim Cahill did not train on Monday, a sign that the Red Bulls midfielder is not fully back from his most recent hamstring injury.


April 17, 2014
RETURN ENGAGEMENT
De Grandpre returns to Red Bulls

It's official. As previously reported by BigAppleSoccer.com, former Red Bulls managing director Marc de Grandpre has returned to the Red Bulls.


April 16, 2014
ALEXANDER THE GREAT AND VERSATILE
Midfielder shifts to the left and shifts the Red Bulls into high gear and to a win

Eric Alexander is a central midfielder by nature and a right midfielder by necessity. On Wednesday night, Alexander, the great team player, reminded the soccer world how versatile he really is. He started the game at left midfield and he wound up celebrating his 26th birthday two days later in the best possible way, playing a strong game and helping set up both Red Bulls' goals in their 2-1 victory over the Philadelphia Union.


April 16, 2014
THE SHORT CORNER
What we liked and didn't like

The Red Bulls won on Wednesday night (finally!) in a match that wasn't always pretty but got the end result. Now with that first win under their belt, New York heads into a weekend without soccer to get ready for the Houston Dynamo next Wednesday night.


April 16, 2014
THANKS, THEY NEEDED THAT
Red Bulls secure 1st win of the season

Finally, a win from New York, which got into the 'W' column on Wednesday night in a 2-1 home result over derby rival Philadelphia Union. That the Red Bulls needed this result is a bit of an understatement, even if they won't admit to it.


April 16, 2014
THE FIRST ONE
Henry, Sam score as Red Bulls edge Union

One thing is certain for the Red Bulls this season. They won't tie the LA Galaxy for futility by a defending Supporters Shield champion. In 2003, the Galaxy endured an eight-game winless streak at the start of the MLS season after winning the regular-season crown the prior season. Thanks to goals by Thierry Henry and Lloyd Sam and some playmaking by Eric Alexander, the Red Bulls snapped their season-opening skid at six games with a 2-1 victory over the Philadelphia Union before 14,768 at Red Bull Arena Wednesday night.


April 15, 2014
A TALE OF TWO EXTREMES
Red Bulls will try to start, finish better

It's not necessarily how you start, but how you finish, they say. Well, the Red Bulls are having problems with two aspects of the game.


April 15, 2014
WARY EYE
Hackworth: Red Bulls 'a little bit scary' because they're going to be motivated and hungry for 1st win

As his Philadelphia Union put its final preparations for its encounter at Red Bull Arena on Wednesday night, head coach John Hackworth admitted he was more than a bit wary of the Red Bulls.


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