Author Archives: Jake Landau

Revenge is Sweet as New York defeats Houston

New York got their revenge Friday night, exactly one week after Houston dominated them for 90 minutes. The score-line, and almost everything involved in the home-and-home fixture was reversed. The 2:0 score,

Dynamo Steals First Place from Red Bulls

Friday night marked the third loss in one week for the New York Red Bulls, once to Montreal, once to Tottenham Hotspur and now once to the Houston Dynamo. A loss is

Red Bulls: The Rise of Erik Solér

A year ago, most Red Bull fans would have fired their Sporting Director Erik Solér for the inability to comprehend MLS rules, trades and signings. The first year this man took over

Lyon take Trophée des champions 4-2 in Penalty Kicks

Two things were certain on Saturday afternoon at Red Bull Arena; Both teams were coming to play, and the weather would try it’s best to slow down fast play. Starting out of

Everton Legend Tim Cahill signs with New York Red Bulls

  The New York Red Bulls have signed another Premier League Legend. This time it is the Australian bulldog Tim Cahill. Spending eight solid years with the Toffees at Everton, Cahill won

Red Bulls Trade Juan Agudelo to Chivas USA

After winning their fourth straight game and vaulting into first place in the East, the Red Bulls have made a puzzling move. With only one healthy striker available, Juan Agudelo has been

Red Bulls Continue Surge With Third Straight Shutout Win

With their third straight 1-0 shutout victory in two weeks, the New York Red Bulls are surging through the tables and are now in prime position in 2nd place. Hans Backe decided to keep the

Red Bulls Shock LA, Keep Pace With The East

With a rickety starting 11 due to injuries, Hans Backe decided to keep the same backline from last week that shutout the New England Revolution. Boy, did it show similar results. Giving

Red Bulls Dealing With Tough Stretch, Major Injuries

The last two weeks have been something of a whirlwind for the New York Red Bulls. Along with three matchdays in two weeks, they lost their best superstar in Thierry Henry for

Red Bulls Grab Road Win, 4-1 Over Crew

The New York Red Bulls won their third straight game after an 0-2 start. Visiting Columbus, Ohio, on Saturday afternoon, they defeated the Crew 4-1. It was just the away push the

Red Bulls Win Home Opener, 4-1

A great turnout from the 21,000 fans at Red Bull Arena and the inspired singing from the South Ward spurred the Red Bulls to their first win of the season with a

Real Salt Lake drowns out Red Bulls

For the New York Red Bulls it was a painfully similar showing as the opening game against Dallas. 70 minutes of completely inferior play followed by possession stints with a lacking offense.