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  1. RBNY Recap: Red Bulls, Galaxy come to blows as Magee gives L.A. a...

    Matthew Artus

    Rafael Marquez likely did not plan to leave himself with only a puncher's chance at playing meaningful soccer again in 2011. In the waning moments of the Red Bulls' 1-0 loss to the Los Angeles Galaxy at Red Bull Arena in the first leg of the MLS P...

    Blog | October 30, 2011
  2. W2W4: NY Red Bulls at FC Dallas

    Matthew Artus

    The 2011 MLS Playoffs kick off in earnest on Wednesday evening as FC Dallas play host to the Red Bulls at Pizza Hut Park in a wild card clash that will end one club's postseason path courtesy of the round's one-and-done format. For a Red Bulls sid...

    Blog | October 26, 2011
  3. RBNY Recap: Playoff-bound Red Bulls

    Matthew Artus

    New York's regular season wasn't supposed to end this way. Picked by prognosticators as "the best in MLS on paper" and burdened with self-imposed expectations of winning the Supporters' Shield, no one expected the Red Bulls to need all 34 weeks --...

    Blog | October 21, 2011
  4. W2W4: NY Red Bulls vs. Philadelphia Union

    Matthew Artus

    To finally claim a spot on the 2011 MLS Playoffs marquee, the Red Bulls will need to take just one more step forward. One point separates the Red Bulls from clinching the last remaining playoff berth as they kick off in their regular-season finale...

    Blog | October 20, 2011
  5. RBNY Recap: Henry's ejection leaves Red Bulls close to worst-case...

    Matthew Artus

    While computing the various postseason berth scenarios created by the current MLS Playoffs format, one might forget to include the worst-case scenario among the hypothetical happy endings. It's easy to ask what's the best your MLS club can do, but le...

    Blog | October 16, 2011
  6. Rapid Reax: Sporting KC 2, Red Bulls 0

    Matthew Artus

    A quick temper may make a fool of Thierry Henry if New York fails to make the MLS Playoffs. Henry's 28th-minute red card for a retaliatory hit on midfielder Roger Espinoza near the center circle left the Red Bulls short-handed for more than an hou...

    Blog | October 15, 2011
  7. W2W4: NY Red Bulls at Sporting KC

    Matthew Artus

    An MLS playoff opportunity will knock on the door in Kansas City this afternoon. Are the Red Bulls ready to answer it? The New York Red Bulls make their inaugural visit to Livestrong Sporting Park to kick off against Sporting Kansas City in an aft...

    Blog | October 15, 2011
  8. RBNY Notes: Updating the Red Bulls' playoff picture

    Matthew Artus

    Without lifting a finger for over a week, the Red Bulls just received a much brighter forecast for their MLS playoff chances. New York's position in the standings became more stable courtesy of Wednesday losses for the Chicago Fire and D.C. United...

    Blog | October 13, 2011
  9. RBNY Recap: Red Bulls back in playoff groove following shutout wi...

    Matthew Artus

    The reports of the death of the Red Bulls are greatly exaggerated. New York's playoff hopes are alive and well following a solid 2-0 win on Tuesday evening at Red Bull Arena against a Los Angeles Galaxy side missing a few key players. Luke Rodgers...

    Blog | October 05, 2011
  10. W2W4: NY Red Bulls vs. LA Galaxy

    Matthew Artus

    The stars tonight will be big and bright deep in the heart of... Jersey? A New York Red Bulls club in the driver's seat for a playoff berth will share the marquee at its namesake arena with the star-studded Los Angeles Galaxy side on Tuesday eveni...

    Blog | October 04, 2011
  11. RBNY Notes: Red Bulls control own playoff destiny despite D.C.'s ...

    Matthew Artus

    Thanks to an imbalance in the number of matches played to this point and a needlessly complicated playoff structure that MLS commissioner Don Garber may tweak again soon, the Red Bulls' playoff picture looks muddied. It looks like the Red Bulls ha...

    Blog | October 03, 2011
  12. RBNY Recap: Red Bulls take playoff hopes to next level in win vs....

    Matthew Artus

    Apparently, a bout of "foot-in-mouth" disease can extend to your opponent's goalmouth. As a suspended Rafael Marquez watched from the owner's box on Saturday due to a one-game suspension for his disparaging comments regarding his teammates' form, ...

    Blog | September 25, 2011
  13. RBNY Recap: Rost saves Red Bulls' playoff chances in win over FC ...

    Matthew Artus

    New York finally rekindled its winning ways courtesy of a little R&R. R&R, in this case, refers to contributions of Luke Rodgers and Frank Rost which boosted the Red Bulls to the club's first victory since July 6 in a 1-0 win over FC Dalla...

    Blog | September 18, 2011
  14. RBNY Recap: Agudelo scores as ref leaves 10-man Red Bulls fit to ...

    Matthew Artus

    For a club with playoff aspirations and a meager eight games left to realize them, New York likely did not aspire to keep level with the worst of MLS. And yet, that's where a shorthanded Red Bulls side found themselves as they collected their 15th...

    Blog | September 11, 2011
  15. RBNY Notes: Home field holds the key to Red Bulls' playoff hopes

    Matthew Artus

    Over at his insightful blog Soccer by the Numbers, Chris Anderson followed a post that summarized the effects of home-field advantage in the English Premier League by observing that Manchester United maximized its ability to collect draws on the road...

    Blog | August 24, 2011
  16. RBNY Recap: Richards rallies Red Bulls to draw level vs. lowly Re...

    Matthew Artus

    Even against the club with the most losses in the Eastern Conference, the Red Bulls can't win for losing. So, New York will have to settle for their 14th draw of the season after salvaging a 2-2 result against the New England Revolution at Gillett...

    Blog | August 21, 2011