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RED BULLS AT NEW ENGLAND REVOLUTION – MAY 11, 2013 – 7:30 PM ET 2013 RED BULLS SCHEDULE (6-4-2, 20 pts.)

MATCH INFORMATION

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Date: May 11, 2013 Location: Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, MA Time: 7:30 PM ET

DATE (TV)

OPPONENT

H/A

Time (ET)/Res.

Sunday, March 3 (ESPN2)

Portland Timbers

Away

3-3 T

Sunday, March 10 (ESPN2)

San Jose Earthquakes

Away

1-2 L

TV: MSG Play-by-play: Steve Cangialosi Analyst: Shep Messing Host: Joe Tolleson Producer: Eddie Caggianelli

Saturday, March 16 (NBC)

D.C. United

Home

0-0 T

Saturday, March 23 (MSG)

Montreal Impact

Away

0-1 L

Saturday, March 30 (NBCSN)

Philadelphia Union

Home

2-1 W

Sunday, April 7 (ESPN2)

Chicago Fire

Away

1-3 L

Saturday, April 13 (MSG2)

D.C. United

Away

2-0 W

Radio: ESPN Deportes Radio Nueva York 1050 AM Play-by-play: Robert Sierra Analysts: Jorge Clara, Nelson Rubio, Wilfredo Campos, Mauricio Rivas

Wednesday, April 17 (MSG+)

Sporting Kansas City

Home

0-1 L

Saturday, April 20 (MSG+)

New England Revolution

Home

4-1 W

Saturday, April 27 (MSG)

Toronto FC

Away

2-1 W

Saturday, May 4 (NBCSN)

Columbus Crew

Away

1-0 W

Wednesday, May 8 (MSG+)

Montreal Impact

Home

2-1 W

Saturday, May 11 (MSG)

New England Revolution

Away

7:30 PM

Sunday, May 19 (ESPN2)

L.A. Galaxy

Home

1:00 PM

Sunday, May 26 (MSG/UniMas)

Columbus Crew

Home

5:00 PM

Saturday, June 1 (MSG)

Vancouver Whitecaps FC

Home

7:00 PM

Sunday, June 23 (ESPN)

Philadelphia Union

Away

5:00 PM

Sunday, June 30 (ESPN2)

Houston Dynamo

Home

2:00 PM

Thursday, July 4 (MSG)

Colorado Rapids

Away

9:30 PM

Saturday, July 13 (MSG)

Montreal Impact

Home

7:00 PM

Saturday, July 20 (MSG)

Toronto FC

Away

4:00 PM

Saturday, July 27 (MSG)

Real Salt Lake

Home

7:00 PM

Saturday, August 3 (NBCSN)

Sporting Kansas City

Away

8:00 PM

Saturday, August 10 (MSG)

Columbus Crew

Away

7:30 PM

Saturday, August 17 (NBCSN)

Philadelphia Union

Home

8:00 PM

Sunday, August 25 (MSG/UniMas)

Chivas USA

Away

5:00 PM

Saturday, August 31 (NBCSN)

D.C. United

Home

8:00 PM

Sunday, Sept. 8 (MSG/UniMas)

Houston Dynamo

Away

5:00 PM

Saturday, Sept. 14 (MSG)

Toronto FC

Home

7:00 PM

Sunday, Sept. 22 (MSG/UniMas)

FC Dallas

Home

5:00 PM

Sunday, Sept. 29 (ESPN)

Seattle Sounders FC

Away

9:00 PM

Saturday, Oct. 5 (MSG)

New England Revolution

Home

7:00 PM

Sunday, Oct. 20 (MSG/UniMas)

Houston Dynamo

Away

5:00 PM

Sunday, Oct. 27 (MSG/UniMas)

Chicago Fire

Home

5:00 PM

Red Bulls PR Contact: Revolution PR Contact:

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QUICK FACTS (as of May 9) Record Leading Scorer Assist Leader Head Coach

Red Bulls 6-4-2, 20 pts. (T-1, East) Thierry Henry (5) Brandon Barklage (3) Mike Petke (1st seas. in NY: 6-4-2)

New England Revolution 2-4-3, 9 pts. (7th, East) 4 tied at 1 Kelyn Rowe (3) Jay Heaps (2nd seas. in NE: 11-21-11)

Red Bulls All-Time Record: 20-26-13 Home Games: 16-8-7 (64 GF, 44 GA) Road Games: 4-18-6 (34 GF, 58 GA) Last regular season match between the teams: Red Bulls 4, Revolution 1; April 20, 2013 at Red Bull Arena

PROBABLE STARTERS

BENCH GK – 1 Kevin Hartman GK – 18 Ryan Meara GK – 24 Santiago Castaño D – 3 Heath Pearce D – 6 Digao D – 27 Kosuke Kimura D/M – 16 Connor Lade M – 2 Ian Christianson M – 10 Lloyd Sam M – 11 Dax McCarty M – 13 Marius Obekop M – 21 Ruben Bover M – 23 Michael Bustamante F – 15 Andre Akpan F – 19 Amando Moreno F – 88 Peguy Luyindula F – 92 Rafhinha

GK – 31 Luis Robles D – 25 Brandon Barklage D – 4 Jamison Olave D – 5 Markus Holgersson D – 7 Roy Miller M – 12 Eric Alexander M – 8 Juninho M – 17 Tim Cahill M – 22 Jonny Steele F – 9 Fabian Espindola F – 14 Thierry Henry

HOSPITAL FOR SPECIAL SURGERY INJURY REPORT OUT: Ian Christianson (R Foot Injury), Digao (Heel Injury), Peguy Luyindula (L Hamstring Injury) QUESTIONABLE: Dax McCarty (R Quadriceps Strain), Ryan Meara (Hip Surgery Recovery) DISCIPLINARY SUMMARY: None

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The Red Bulls look to win their fifth straight match and third in eight days when they battle the New England Revolution for the second time this season. New York is coming off a 2-1 win over the Montreal Impact on Wednesday night behind a two-goal Thierry Henry performance. New England had taken the lead in its last match against Real Salt Lake Wednesday, only to fall, 2-1, at home. The Red Bulls defeated the Revolution, 4-1, on April 20 at Red Bull Arena in the first match between the teams in 2013.


RED BULLS AT NEW ENGLAND REVOLUTION – MAY 11, 2013 – 7:30 PM ET

BULLETIN BOARD RED BULLS SQUARE OFF VS. MONTREAL IN TOP OF EAST CLASH; FACE NEW ENGLAND SATURDAY The first place Red Bulls will look to win five straight games when they battle the New England Revolution at Gillette Stadium Saturday night. New York one of the hottest teams in MLS, winning their fourth consecutive match with a 2-1 home win over the Montreal Impact. Forward Thierry Henry scored two goals, including one on a spectacular overhead kick that proved to be the game-winner, as New York won its fifth game in six tries and enter the weekend in a first place tie in the Eastern Conference with the Houston Dynamo at 20 points. The Red Bulls will travel up I-95 to face the Revolution and are looking to win their third game in eight days. New England earned a 0-0 tie against the Portland Timbers at JELD-WEN Field on May 2 and most recently fell, 2-1, at home to Real Salt Lake on Wednesday. The Revolution (2-4-3, 9 points), currently in seventh place in the Eastern Conference, went ahead with a Ryan Guy goal. However, Devon Sandoval and a 89th minute strike from Olmes Garcia proved to be enough for the visitors, with Real Salt Lake goalkeeper Nick Rimando saving a Saer Sene penalty kick in second half stoppage time to preserve the three points. New England made an addition on Tuesday, acquiring forward and former Red Bulls Academy product Juan Agudelo from Chivas USA in exchange for allocation money. This will be the second of three games between the two teams in 2013. On April 20 at Red Bull Arena, four different Red Bulls found the back of the net as New York defeated New England, 4-1. New York has a 20-26-13 overall record against New England (4-18-6 on the road). The Red Bulls were 1-1-1 versus the Revs in 2012 and tied 1-1 on Sept. 22 at Gillette Stadium in their last trip to Foxborough. SPECTACULAR HENRY GOAL LIFTS RED BULLS PAST MONTREAL, 2-1 A spectacular Thierry Henry bicycle kick goal (VIDEO LINK) capped off a two-goal performance from the Red Bulls captain and helped first place New York record their fourth-straight win – a 2-1 victory over the Montreal Impact (5-2-2, 17 pts.) at Red Bull Arena Wednesday night. In a tight first half, Henry had a good opportunity to put the Red Bulls in front in the 18th minute. Jonny Steele had the ball on the left wing and slid it through to the Frenchman, who took a touch and pulled his shot just past the right post. Three minutes later, Impact midfielder Sanna Nyassi nearly gave the visitors the lead, one-timing an Andres Romero feed off the crossbar. Nyassi then forced Luis Robles to make a save with the Red Bulls goalkeeper coming off his line. Juninho almost had his first goal as a Red Bull in the 42nd minute, putting a free kick inches past the left post. New York took the lead in the waning moments of the opening interval. Eric Alexander was able to cut to his left foot and blasted it off the underside of the crossbar. Fabian Espindola was first to the rebound and centered it to Henry, who knocked it in from close range for his fourth goal of the season. The Red Bulls put immediate pressure to begin the second half and Montreal goalkeeper Troy Perkins kept the score at 1-0, blocking an Alexander header off a Heath Pearce cross less than a minute after the break. Then in the 63rd minute, Steele chested down a Henry cross at the top of the box and his on-target rocket was parried by Perkins. Henry scored the eventual game-winning goal in thrilling fashion in the 88th minute. Juninho’s corner kick was flicked on by Markus Holgersson

towards the back post. Henry was there and hit a bicycle kick, connecting with the ball on his right foot and putting it into the back of the net. Marco Di Vaio scored in the second minute of stoppage time to make it, 2-1, but the Red Bulls were able to hold on to earn the three points. New York Red Bulls 2, Montreal Impact 1 May 8, 2013 – Red Bull Arena – Harrison, NJ MLS Regular Season Scoring Summary: NY: Thierry Henry 4 (Fabian Espindola 1) 47+ NY: Thierry Henry 5 (Markus Holgersson 1, Juninho 3) 88’ MTL: Marco Di Vaio 5 (Justin Mapp 1) 92’+ Disciplinary Summary: None New York Red Bulls (6-4-2, 20 points) – Luis Robles, Kosuke Kimura, Markus Holgersson, Jamison Olave, Heath Pearce, Eric Alexander, Tim Cahill, Juninho, Jonny Steele (Roy Miller 88’), Peguy Luyindula (Fabian Espindola 25’), Thierry Henry (Andre Akpan 91’+) Substitutes Not Used: Santiago Castano, Connor Lade, Lloyd Sam, Brandon Barklage Montreal Impact (5-2-2, 17 points) – Troy Perkins, Dennis Iapichino, Hassoun Camara, Matteo Ferrari, Jeb Brovsky, Felipe Martins, Justin Mapp, Andres Romero (Blake Smith 74’), Patrice Bernier, Sanna Nyassi, Andrew Wenger (Marco Di Vaio 66’) Substitutes Not Used: Evan Bush, Collen Warner, Maxim Tissot, Wandrille Lefevre, Karl Ouimette Referee: Hilario Grajeda Referee’s Assistants: Chris Strickland, Bill Dittmar 4th Referee: Alejandro Mariscal Attendance: 11,892 HENRY TAKES CHARGE New York forward Thierry Henry recorded his sixth MLS multi-goal game after scoring two in a 2-1 win over the Montreal Impact on Wednesday. Henry’s second was one for the highlight reel, connecting on an overhead kick in the 88th minute - the eventual match-winner. The goal was also the number one play on ESPN Sports Center’s Top 10 Plays that evening. Henry is in sole possession of fourth place in regular season goals scored in club history with 36, putting him three goals behind third place Clint Mathis. He is also tied with Mathis for third in club history in multi-goal games (6), trailing Juan Pablo Angel (12) and Giovanni Savarese (10). His first tally of 2013 – a 81st minute winner versus the Philadelphia Union on March 30 – won MLS Goal of the Week honors. Henry is second in MLS in shots with 42 – one less than San Jose’s Chris Wondolowski – and is one goal shy of the lead in the MLS Golden Boot race. Henry continued his success at home against Montreal. In 2012, Henry tallied his first career MLS hat trick in a 5-2 victory at Red Bull Arena on March 31 in the Impact’s only trip to Harrison. Entering his third full season in Major League Soccer, Henry continues to be one of the game’s top performers. In 2012, the World Cup, UEFA Champions League and European Championship winner was a finalist for the League’s Most Valuable Player and earned a spot both on the MLS


RED BULLS AT NEW ENGLAND REVOLUTION – MAY 11, 2013 – 7:30 PM ET All-Star Team and the Best XI for the second-straight time in his career after tallying 15 goals and 12 assists. CAHILL ON SCORING STREAK New York Red Bulls midfielder Tim Cahill was named MLS Player of the Week for Week 9 on April 29 following his two-goal performance in the Red Bulls’ 2-1 win over Toronto FC at BMO Field on April 27. It was the first time that Cahill had earned the honor. Last Saturday, Cahill followed that performance up by scoring the game-winning goal against Columbus in a 1-0 victory. This season, Cahill has recorded 11 starts, notching three goals and two assists. After joining the Red Bulls on July 26, 2012, Cahill started in 12 regular season matches and two postseason games, notching a goal and three assists that year. OFFENSE CONTINUES TO ROLL The Red Bulls are leading MLS in goals scored with 18, one more than second place Houston. New York is also first in assists (23), second in shots (156 – trailing Sporting Kansas City by one) and fourth in shots on goal (49). Fifteen players have recorded at least one assist this year and defender Brandon Barklage and midfielder Juninho have a team-high three assists, respectively. BULL RUSH The Red Bulls are on their first four-game winning streak since they won five on the trot from April 28, 2012 to May 19, 2012. In addition, after failing to win in their first four away games, New York has won threestraight road matches, improving their record away from Red Bull Arena to 3-3-1. The Red Bulls last replicated that feat in the April 28-May 19 span in 2012. U.S. WOMEN’S NATIONAL TEAM TO FACE KOREA REPUBLIC AT RED BULL ARENA JUNE 20 The New York Red Bulls announced that Red Bull Arena will host an international friendly between the United States Women’s National Team and the Korea Republic on Thursday, June 20. The game will kick off at 7:30 p.m. ET and will be broadcast live on the NBC Sports Network. Tickets are on sale through newyorkredbulls.com. Tickets can also be purchased by phone at 1-877-727-6223 (Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. ET only) and at the Red Bull Arena ticket office (open Monday-Friday, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.). “We are proud to host the U.S. Women’s National Team at Red Bull Arena for the second time in the stadium’s short history,” said New York Red Bulls General Manager Jérôme de Bontin. “As the top soccer stadium in North America, we expect that our arena will provide a perfect environment for both teams and we hope that fans across the tri-state area will come out to support this match.” The USA returns to Red Bull Arena for their second match at the venue following a 1-0 victory against Mexico on June 5, 2011, in the final game before the Women’s World Cup. Midfielder Lauren Cheney scored the lone goal in that game. “Any games are extremely valuable for the continued development of the team, but games against different kinds of opponents are even better,” said U.S. head coach Tom Sermanni. “We’ve played seven matches this year against European teams so it’s nice to have the challenge of playing two matches against the South Koreans, who play a different style. South Korea has been improving steadily over the past decade and over the past couple of years they have put together a young, but highly skilled team built on the back of great success at youth World Cups. With the expansion of the Women’s World Cup from 16 to 24 teams, I’m sure they have their sights firmly set on a berth to Canada.” Groups of 20 or more can obtain an order form at ussoccer.com or call 312-528-1290. Ultimate Fan Tickets (special VIP packages that include a premium ticket, a custom-made official U.S. National Team jersey with

name and number, VIP access to the field before and after the game, and other unique benefits) are also available exclusively through ussoccer.com. As a sponsor of U.S. Soccer, Visa is pleased to offer all Visa cardholders access to an advance ticket sale for both matches before the sale to the general public. This advance sale starts Thursday, May 9, at 10 a.m. ET and runs until Friday, May 10, at 8 a.m. ET at ussoccer.com. Visa will be the only payment method accepted through the Visa presale and is the preferred card of U.S. Soccer. Terms and conditions apply. The matches against the Korea Republic mark the first domestic friendlies during the inaugural National Women’s Soccer League season and the first against the South Koreans since three matches in November 2008 following the USA’s Olympic gold medal triumph in Beijing, China. The U.S. team is 6-0-2 in 2013 and will play its next game on June 2 against Canada at BMO Field in Toronto. The match, which is sold out, is part of U.S. Soccer’s Centennial Celebration which also includes a Men’s National Team match against Germany at RFK Stadium in Washington, D.C. The MNT and WNT will play back-to-back on live television with the MNT match kicking off at 2:30 p.m. ET on ESPN2, WatchESPN and UniMas, followed by the WNT match at 4:30 p.m. ET on ESPNews. HAPPY RETURNS Red Bulls midfielder Lloyd Sam made his first start of 2013 for New York, playing 71 minutes before being replaced by Kosuke Kimura against Toronto FC April 27. It was Sam’s first MLS start since Oct. 20, 2012 against Sporting Kansas City. In addition, forward Peguy Luyindula came on as a second half substitute and provided the secondary assist (his second of the season) on Tim Cahill’s game-winning goal in the 89th minute. Luyindula missed the team’s last three games after suffering a hamstring strain against the Chicago on April 7. Finally, midfielder Juninho has completed a two-match suspension following receiving a red card versus Sporting Kansas City on April 17 and returned to the lineup against Columbus last Saturday, playing 78 minutes. Juninho has played in nine matches, starting eight and recorded three assists. PEARCE REACHES CENTURY Red Bulls defender Heath Pearce played his 100 th Major League Soccer regular season match in New York’s 4-1 win over New England April 20, starting and featuring for 90 minutes. This season, Pearce has played in 10 games, starting in eight and has recorded two assists. He has 97 career starts. Pearce came to MLS and FC Dallas following stints with German side, Hansa Rostock (2007-09) and Danish club, Nordsjælland (2005-07). He was with FC Dallas during the 2009 and 2010 seasons before being traded to Chivas USA, where he spent two seasons. Pearce was acquired by New York on May 17, 2012 along with allocation money and future considerations in exchange for forward Juan Agudelo. Last year, the 28year-old started in 28 games, notching two goals. A NUMBER OF FIRSTS In their 4-1 win over New England on April 20, the Red Bulls recorded a number of firsts: Midfielder Jonny Steele recorded his first goal as a Red Bull, knocking home from close range an Eric Alexander cross. Alexander also tallied his first assist for New York on that play. Steele also recorded his second assist of the year on Thierry Henry’s 82nd minute goal. For more on Steele, click here.


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Forward Andre Akpan made his regular season debut for the Red Bulls, coming on for Fabian Espindola. Akpan notched the secondary assist on Steele’s goal. It was Akpan’s first career MLS assist. He was acquired from Colorado on March 28. Espindola found the back of the net in the eighth minute for the first time since the team’s first game of the season on March 3 in a 3-3 tie at Portland, where he scored twice.

OBEKOP MAKES DEBUT Young Cameroonian midfielder Marius Obekop made his MLS debut on April 17 against Sporting Kansas City, replacing Tim Cahill in the 77 th minute. Obekop, signed on March 18, was previously with Cameroon MTN Elite One side, Renaissance FC de Nhoumou, where he scored five goals in 18 games during the 2012 season and helped his team to the quarterfinals of the Cameroon Cup. A former member of the Arsenal de Yaounde youth organization, Obekop debuted for the Cameroon Under-20 team, appearing for his nation twice during the African Cup of Nations Qualifiers. Obekop also featured with the Cameroon Under-17 squad starting in 2010. OLAVE THE GOALSCORER Red Bulls defender Jamison Olave has recorded three goals to move into a second place tie as New York’s leading scorer. Olave tied his MLS career season high (also reached in 2009 and 2010) April 13 at D.C. United when he deflected home a Brandon Barklage header to make the score 2-0. Olave, the 2010 MLS Defender of the Year, was acquired by New York on Dec. 3, 2012 along with Fabian Espindola from Real Salt Lake in exchange for allocation money. RED BULLS ACQUIRE AKPAN The New York Red Bulls announced March 28 that they acquired forward Andre Akpan from the Colorado Rapids in exchange for a conditional 2015 MLS Draft pick. Akpan, 25, was with the Rapids since being selected by Colorado in the second round (22nd overall) in the 2010 MLS SuperDraft out of Harvard University. Part of the Rapids squad that won MLS Cup in 2010, Akpan finished last season with a career-high three goals and 15 appearances. Akpan has featured in one match for the Rapids this season as a substitute on March 2 at FC Dallas and has amassed 29 appearances and four goals during his MLS career. The Grand Prairie, TX native was a member of the U.S. Under-20 World Cup squad in Canada. At Harvard, he was the school’s all-time leading scorer and the 2009 Ivy League Player of the Year. NEW YORK WAIVES MARTINEZ The New York Red Bulls announced March 29 that they have waived forward Josue Martinez. Martinez was acquired along with allocation money from the Philadelphia Union on Dec. 6, 2012 in exchange for forward Sebastien Le Toux. He played in one regular season match for New York, coming on as a substitute on March 23 at Montreal. LUYINDULA MAKES RED BULLS DEBUT Following his official signing on March 19, forward Peguy Luyindula made his MLS debut for the Red Bulls March 23 at Montreal, earning a place in the starting lineup and playing 79 minutes before being substituted for Josue Martinez. Despite not finding the back of the net, Luyindula created chances for the Red Bulls, shooting over the bar in the first half off a Heath Pearce feed and then forcing Impact goalkeeper Troy Perkins to make a big save in the 70th minute. Luyindula most recently played with renowned French

side, Paris Saint-Germain, where he began his tenure in 2007. During his time at PSG, Luyindula played in 179 games in all competitions, scoring 37 goals. Prior to joining PSG, Luyindula was with French club, Marseille, from 2004-05 before heading on loan to Auxerre (2005-05) and Spanish side, Levante at the start of the 2006 campaign. The 32-year-old started his career at Niort in 1997 before moving to Strasbourg for three-plus years. Luyindula was able to compete in the UEFA Champions League at Lyon from 2001-2004, scoring 46 goals in 126 appearances in all competitions, while helping his team win two league championships. Luyindula has earned six caps for the French National Team, scoring one goal in a friendly against Bosnia and Herzegovina. RED BULLS SIGN TWO-TIME MLS CUP WINNER HARTMAN The New York Red Bulls announced March 22 that they signed two-time MLS Cup winning goalkeeper Kevin Hartman. In addition to being a part of the senior roster, Hartman will serve as a Goalkeeping Development Manager, working with the club’s young goalkeepers, including academy players. Hartman is one of the most decorated players in Major League Soccer history. The only player in League history to play and start over 400 regular season matches in MLS, Hartman joins the Red Bulls following three years at FC Dallas. Last year, Hartman recorded 30 starts and earned six shutouts, adding to his all-time shutout record which currently stands at 112. During his time in Frisco, Hartman compiled 83 starts and helped FC Dallas reach the MLS Cup Final in 2010. The 38-year-old started his career with the LA Galaxy in 1997 after being drafted in the 1997 College Draft from UCLA and went onto win MLS Cups with his side in 2002 and 2005. During this time, Hartman and the Galaxy also captured two Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cups in 2001 and 2005 and a pair of MLS Supporters’ Shield titles in 1998 and 2002. Following a 1999 campaign which saw him make 32 starts, earning a 20-12 record and 11 shutouts, Hartman won the MLS Goalkeeper of the Year award and was a part of the MLS Best XI. The five-time MLS All-Star and five-time finalist for the MLS Goalkeeper of the Year award also was a member of Kansas City from 2007-09, where he started every minute of each of the 90 regular season matches during his tenure. Overall, the 13-time MLS Cup Playoffs participant has amassed 416 regular season appearances, 37,260 minutes played and a career 180-14389 record. Though these matches, Hartman has posted a 1.21 goals against average and set the record for lowest single season GAA in 2010 with FC Dallas, recording a 0.62 mark. Hartman has earned five caps for the U.S National Team. TRIGGER HAPPY The New York Red Bulls registered 24 shots in their match against D.C. United on March 16. It was the first time since April 6, 2002 that New York has recorded that many shots (New York had 27 in a 2-1 win over Columbus). CLEANING UP Goalkeeper Luis Robles made two saves, including a block on a Chris Pontius drive, while the Red Bulls defense held firm for most of the team’s 0-0 tie against D.C. United March 16. It was New York’s first clean sheet of the season and Robles’ third of his MLS career. Last year, New York posted eight shutouts.


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THE TEAM #15 ANDRE AKPAN Position: Forward How Acquired: Acquired from Colorado Rapids on March 28, 2013 in exchange for a conditional 2015 MLS Draft pick. Previous Club: Colorado Rapids (MLS) NY Debut: April 20, 2013 vs. New England Revolution 2013 Season Stats: Goals: 0 Assists: 1 GP: 2 GS: 1 MLS Career Stats: Goals: 4 Assists: 1 GP: 31 GS: 10 2013 Season Notes: Scored in first Reserve game vs. Columbus March 31. Bagged two goals vs. Chicago Reserves April 7. Recorded first career assist on Steele goal and made Red Bulls debut as a sub in 4-1 win vs. NE on April 20. First MLS Goal: April 30, 2011 Last MLS Goal: Oct. 27, 2012 #12 ERIC ALEXANDER Position: Midfielder How Acquired: Acquired from Portland Timbers on Feb. 11, 2013 in exchange for allocation money. Previous Club: Portland Timbers (MLS) NY Debut: March 3, 2013 at Portland Timbers 2013 Season Stats: Goals: 1 Assists: 1 GP: 12 GS: 11 MLS Career Stats: Goals: 3 Assists: 10 GP: 81 GS: 56 2013 Season Notes: Made New York debut as a second half stoppage time sub at Portland March 3. Earned first start as Red Bull and scored first half goal in 2-1 loss at San Jose March 10. Tallied first assist of year on April 20 vs. NE. First MLS Goal: Aug. 14, 2010 Last MLS Goal: March 10, 2013

#17 TIM CAHILL Position: Midfielder How Acquired: Signed on July 26, 2012 as a Designated Player. Previous Club: Everton FC (English Premier League) NY Debut: August 3, 2012 at Houston Dynamo 2013 Season Stats: Goals: 3 Assists: 2 GP: 11 GS: 11 MLS Career Stats: Goals: 4 Assists: 5 GP: 23 GS: 23 2913 Season Notes: Played full 90 minutes in opener at Portland March 3. Missed March 23 match at Montreal due to international duty. Captained side on March 30 vs. Philadelphia. Earned first assist of year on April 7 at Chicago. Tallied another assist on McCarty goal April 20 vs. NE. Had two-goal game, including scoring 89 minute game-winner in 2-1 win over Toronto FC April 27. Scored game-winner in 1-0 win over Columbus May 4. First MLS Goal: August 19, 2012 Last MLS Goal: May 4, 2013 th

# 24 SANTIAGO CASTAÑO Position: Goalkeeper How Acquired: Signed on Dec. 11, 2012 Previous Club: Red Bulls Academy NY Debut: N/A 2013 Season Stats: GP: 0 GS: 0 Rec: 0-0-0 GAA: 0.00 MLS Career Stats: GP: 0 GS: 0 Rec: 0-0-0 GAA: 0.00 2013 Season Notes: Was part of 18 for first 10 games of season. #2 IAN CHRISTIANSON Position: Midfielder How Acquired: Signed on Feb. 22, 2013. Drafted in second round (22 overall) in 2013 MLS SuperDraft. Previous Club: Georgetown University (College) 2013 Season Stats: Goals: 0 Assists: 0 GP: 0 GS: 0 MLS Career Stats: Goals: 0 Assists: 0 GP: 0 GS: 0 2013 Season Notes: Missed time with right fifth metatarsal injury. First MLS Goal: N/A Last MLS Goal: N/A nd

#25 BRANDON BARKLAGE Position: Midfielder How Acquired: Signed on March 5, 2012 Previous Club: D.C. United NY Debut: March 25, 2012 vs. Colorado Rapids 2013 Season Stats: Goals: 0 Assists: 3 GP: 10 GS: 9 MLS Career Stats: Goals: 2 Assists: 8 GP: 40 GS: 28 2013 Season Notes: Came on as a sub on March 3 at Portland. Started at San Jose March 10. Earned two yellow cards March 23 at Montreal, suspended for Philadelphia March 30 match. Earned first assist of year on April 7 at Chicago. Tallied assist in second straight game on Olave goal at D.C. April 13. Recorded third assist and own goal on April 20 vs. NE. First MLS Goal: June 24, 2012 Last MLS Goal: June 24, 2012 #21 RUBEN BOVER Position: Midfielder How Acquired: Signed on Feb. 8, 2013 Previous Club: Charlton Athletic (England) NY Debut: March 3, 2013 at Portland Timbers 2013 Season Stats: Goals: 0 Assists: 1 GP: 5 GS: 1 MLS Career Stats: Goals: 0 Assists: 1 GP: 5 GS: 1 2013 Season Notes: Made MLS debut and first start on March 3 at Portland, playing 66 minutes, and earning an assist on Olave goal. First MLS Goal: N/A Last MLS Goal: N/A #23 MICHAEL BUSTAMANTE Position: Midfielder How Acquired: Signed on Feb. 22, 2013. Drafted first round (11 overall) in 2013 MLS Supplemental Draft Previous Club: Boston University (College) NY Debut: N/A 2013 Season Stats: Goals: 0 Assists: 0 GP: 0 GS: 0 MLS Career Stats: Goals: 0 Assists: 0 GP: 0 GS: 0 2013 Season Notes: Scored in April 7 reserve match at Chicago. First MLS Goal: N/A Last MLS Goal: N/A th

#6 DIGAO Position: Defender How Acquired: Signed on Sept. 14, 2012 Previous Club: A.C. Milan (Italy) NY Debut: N/A 2012 Season Stats: Goals: 0 Assists: 0 MLS Career Stats: Goals: 0 Assists: 0 2012 Season Notes: Missed time with heel injury. First MLS Goal: N/A Last MLS Goal: N/A

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GS: 0 GS: 0

#9 FABIAN ESPINDOLA Position: Forward How Acquired: Acquired from Real Salt Lake on Dec. 3, 2012 along with Jamison Olave in exchange for allocation money. Previous Club: Real Salt Lake (MLS) NY Debut: March 3, 2013 at Portland Timbers 2013 Season Stats: Goals: 3 Assists: 1 GP: 10 GS: 8 MLS Career Stats: Goals: 38 Assists: 18 GP: 135 GS: 112 2013 Season Notes: Became first Red Bulls player in club history to score two goals in team debut in 3-3 tie at Portland March 3. Missed March 30 vs. Philadelphia and April 7 at Chicago due to left hamstring strain. Returned as a substitute April 13 at D.C. Scored in 4-1 win over NE April 20. Recorded first assist as Red Bull May 8 vs. MTL. First MLS Goal: Aug. 29, 2007 Last MLS Goal: April 20, 2013


RED BULLS AT NEW ENGLAND REVOLUTION – MAY 11, 2013 – 7:30 PM ET #1 KEVIN HARTMAN Position: Goalkeeper How Acquired: Signed on March 22, 2013 Previous Club: FC Dallas (MLS) NY Debut: N/A 2013 Season Stats: GP: 0 GS: 0 Rec: 0-0-0 GAA: 0.00 MLS Career Stats: GP: 416 GS: 411 Rec: 180-143-89 GAA: 1.21 2013 Season Notes: Made reserve substitute appearance April 7 at Chicago. #14 THIERRY HENRY Position: Forward How Acquired: Signed on July 14, 2010 as Designated Player Previous Club: FC Barcelona (Spain) NY Debut: July 31, 2010 at Houston Dynamo 2013 Season Stats: Goals: 5 Assists: 1 GP: 11 GS: 9 MLS Career Stats: Goals: 36 Assists: 20 GP: 73 GS: 70 2013 Season Notes: Played 90 minutes in opener at Portland March 3. Missed March 23 match at Montreal due to left knee sprain. Came off bench to score game-winner in 2-1 victory over Philadelphia March 30. Made first start since March 16 on April 13 at D.C., scoring in 2-0 win. Scored in 4-1 win vs. NE on April 20. Tallied first assist of year on Cahill game-winner April 27 at Toronto. Scored two goals, including spectacular overhead kick in 2-1 win over MTL May 8. First MLS Goal: Aug. 28, 2010 Last MLS Goal: May 8, 2013 #5 MARKUS HOLGERSSON Position: Defender How Acquired: Signed on January 12, 2012 Previous Club/College: Helsingborg (Sweden) NY Debut: March 11, 2012 at FC Dallas 2013 Season Stats: Goals: 0 Assists: 1 GP: 10 GS: 10 MLS Career Stats: Goals: 3 Assists: 1 GP: 41 GS: 41 2013 Season Notes: Made first start of year March 16 vs. D.C. United. Notched first assist of 2013 on Henry second goal May 8 vs. MTL. First MLS Goal: May 13, 2012 Last MLS Goal: Sept. 29, 2012 #8 JUNINHO Position: Midfielder How Acquired: Signed on Dec. 17, 2012) Previous Club: Vasco da Gama (Brazil) NY Debut: March 3, 2013 at Portland Timbers 2013 Season Stats: Goals: 0 Assists: 3 GP: 9 GS: 8 MLS Career Stats: Goals: 0 Assists: 3 GP: 9 GS: 8 2013 Season Notes: Made MLS debut at Portland on March 3, playing 90 minutes. Missed March 10 at San Jose with left calf strain. Returned as a sub vs. D.C. United on March 16. Tallied first MLS assist in 2-1 win over Philadelphia March 30. Earned red card vs. SKC on April 17, earning two game suspension. Returned to lineup May 4 at CLB. Tallied assist on May 8 vs. MTL. First MLS Goal: N/A Last MLS Goal: N/A #27 KOSUKE KIMURA Position: Defender How Acquired: Acquired from Portland Timbers on Dec. 3, 2012 in exchange for allocation money and MLS Homegrown rights for defender Bryan Gallego. Previous Club: Portland Timbers (MLS) NY Debut: March 3, 2013 at Portland Timbers 2013 Season Stats: Goals: 0 Assists: 1 GP: 7 GS: 4 MLS Career Stats: Goals: 5 Assists: 10 GP: 141 GS: 129 2013 Season Notes: Tallied assist in Red Bulls debut on March 3 at Portland. First MLS Goal: May 2, 2009 Last MLS Goal: July 14, 2012

#16 CONNOR LADE Position: Defender How Acquired: Acquired Dec. 5, 2011 under MLS Home Grown Player rule Previous Club/College: St. John’s University NY Debut: April 14, 2012 vs. San Jose Earthquakes 2012 Season Stats: Goals: 0 Assists: 0 GP: 2 GS: 0 MLS Career Stats: Goals: 0 Assists: 3 GP: 28 GS: 22 2013 Season Notes: Made first appearance of 2013 vs. D.C. United March 16. Missed March 30 and April 7 matches with heel injury. First MLS Goal: N/A Last MLS Goal: N/A #88 PEGUY LUYINDULA Position: Forward How Acquired: Signed on March 19, 2013 Previous Club: Paris Saint-Germain (France) NY Debut: March 23, 2013 at Montreal Impact 2013 Season Stats: Goals: 0 Assists: 2 GP: 6 GS: 4 MLS Career Stats: Goals: 0 Assists: 2 GP: 6 GS: 4 2013 Season Notes: Made MLS debut on March 23 at Montreal, starting and playing 79 minutes. Earned first assist on Henry goal on March 30 vs. Philadelphia. Suffered hamstring injury at Chicago April 7 and missed April 13 match at D.C., April 17 vs. SKC and April 20 vs. NE. Tallied second assist on Cahill game-winning goal April 27, coming back from injury. Suffered left hamstring May 8 vs. MTL. First MLS Goal: N/A Last MLS Goal: N/A #11 DAX MCCARTY Position: Midfielder How Acquired: Acquired from D.C. United on June 27, 2011 in exchange for midfielder Dwayne De Rosario Previous Club: D.C. United (MLS) NY Debut: July 2, 2011 at San Jose Earthquakes 2013 Season Stats: Goals: 2 Assists: 1 GP: 9 GS: 9 MLS Career Stats: Goals: 10 Assists: 27 GP: 164 GS: 138 2013 Season Notes: Played 90 minutes in opener at Portland March 3. Captained the squad March 23 at Montreal. Scored in 2-1 win over Philadelphia March 30. Tallied first assist of year on Henry goal on April 13 at D.C. Scored first goal in 4-1 win vs. NE April 20. Missed April 27 at TOR, May 4 at CLB, May 8 vs. MTL due to right quadriceps strain suffered NE match. First MLS Goal: Sept. 23, 2007 Last MLS Goal: April 20, 2013 # 18 RYAN MEARA Position: Goalkeeper How Acquired: Drafted in the second round (31st overall) in the 2012 MLS SuperDraft on Jan. 12, 2012. Signed on Feb. 1, 2012. Previous Club/College: Fordham University NY Debut: March 11, 2012 at FC Dallas 2013 Season Stats: GP: 0 GS: 0 Rec: 0-0-0 GAA: 0,00 MLS Career Stats: GP: 18 GS: 18 Rec: 9-5-4 GAA: 1.50 2013 Season Notes: Started season recovering from August 2012 hip surgery. Played 45 minutes in reserve game at CLB May 4. #7 ROY MILLER Position: Defender How Acquired: Signed on January 8, 2010 Previous Club: Rosenborg (Norway) NY Debut: March 27, 2010 vs. Chicago Fire 2013 Season Stats: Goals: 0 Assists: 1 GP: 8 GS: 7 MLS Career Stats: Goals: 0 Assists: 12 GP: 87 GS: 78 2013 Season Notes: Played 90 minutes in opener at Portland March 3. Missed March 23 match Montreal due to international duty. Notched first assist of year on Cahill’s first goal April 27. First MLS Goal: N/A Last MLS Goal: N/A


RED BULLS AT NEW ENGLAND REVOLUTION – MAY 11, 2013 – 7:30 PM ET #19 AMANDO MORENO Position: Forward How Acquired: Signed on Dec. 11, 2012 Previous Club: Red Bulls Academy NY Debut: March 10, 2013 at San Jose Earthquakes 2013 Season Stats: Goals: 0 Assists: 0 GP: 2 GS: 0 MLS Career Stats: Goals: 0 Assists: 0 GP: 2 GS: 0 2013 Season Notes: Made professional debut on March 10 at San Jose, coming on in second half stoppage time. Scored in April 7 reserve match at Chicago. First MLS Goal: N/A Last MLS Goal: N/A

# 31 LUIS ROBLES Position: Goalkeeper How Acquired: Acquired via MLS Allocation Process on August 8, 2012 Previous Club/College: Karlsruher SC (Germany) NY Debut: Sept. 29, 2012 vs. Toronto FC 2013 Season Stats: GP: 12 GS: 12 Rec: 6-4-2 GAA: 1.17 MLS Career Stats: GP: 16 GS: 16 Rec: 8-5-3 GAA: 1.06 2013 Season Notes: Made six saves in 3-3 tie on March 3 at Portland. Posted first shutout of year in 0-0 tie vs. D.C. United March 16. Earned shutout in 2-0 win over D.C. April 13. Saved Higuain penalty and earned 1-0 shutout win May 4.

#13 MARIUS OBEKOP Position: Midfielder How Acquired: Signed on March 18, 2013 Previous Club: Renaissance FC de Nhoumou (Cameroon) NY Debut: April 17, 2013 vs. Sporting Kansas City 2013 Season Stats: Goals: 0 Assists: 0 GP: 1 GS: 0 MLS Career Stats: Goals: 0 Assists: 0 GP: 1 GS: 0 2013 Season Notes: Scored in March 31 reserve 3-2 win over Columbus and on April 7 at Chicago. Made MLS debut as a substitute in 1-0 loss to Sporting Kansas City April 17 First MLS Goal: N/A Last MLS Goal: N/A

#10 LLOYD SAM Position: Midfielder How Acquired: Signed on Aug. 16, 2012 Previous Club: Notts County (England League One) NY Debut: August 29, 2012 at D.C. United 2013 Season Stats: Goals: 0 Assists: 0 GP: 6 GS: 1 MLS Career Stats: Goals: 0 Assists: 1 GP: 11 GS: 3 2013 Season Notes: Played first match of 2013 as sub at Montreal March 23. Scored in April 7 reserve match at Chicago. Made first start of year April 27 at Toronto. First MLS Goal: N/A Last MLS Goal: N/A

#4 JAMISON OLAVE Position: Defender How Acquired: Acquired from Real Salt Lake along with Fabian Espindola on Dec. 3, 2012 in exchange for allocation money. Previous Club: Real Salt Lake (MLS) NY Debut: March 3, 2013 at Portland Timbers 2013 Season Stats: Goals: 3 Assists: 0 GP: 11 GS: 10 MLS Career Stats: Goals: 13 Assists: 2 GP: 131 GS: 129 2013 Season Notes: Scored a goal and had an own goal in 3-3 tie at Portland March 3 in club debut. Rested at Montreal March 23. Tallied goal on April 7 at Chicago. Recorded goal in second-straight match April 13 at D.C. Left game vs. Sporting KC April 17 due to left knee injury. Was second half sub vs. NE April 20. First MLS Goal: July 28, 2008 Last MLS Goal: April 13, 2013

#22 JONNY STEELE Position: Midfielder How Acquired: Rights acquired from Real Salt Lake on Feb. 20, 2013 for conditional Supplemental Draft pick. Previous Club: Real Salt Lake (MLS) NY Debut: March 3, 2013 at Portland Timbers 2013 Season Stats: Goals: 1 Assists: 2 GP: 11 GS: 10 MLS Career Stats: Goals: 3 Assists: 4 GP: 39 GS: 22 2013 Season Notes: Made Red Bulls debut on March 3 at Portland, coming on for Bover in the 66th minute. Started first match March 10 at San Jose. Earned assist in 2-1 win over Philadelphia March 30. Scored first goal as a Red Bull and added assist on Henry goal in 4-1 win vs. NE April 20. First MLS Goal: March 31, 2012 Last MLS Goal: April 30, 2013

#3 HEATH PEARCE Position: Defender How Acquired: Acquired on May 17 along with allocation money and future considerations from Chivas USA in exchange for forward Juan Agudelo. Previous Club: CD Chivas USA (MLS) NY Debut: May 19, 2012 at Montreal Impact 2013 Season Stats: Goals: 0 Assists: 2 GP: 10 GS: 8 MLS Career Stats: Goals: 2 Assists: 12 GP: 102 GS: 97 2013 Season Notes: Recorded assist on Olave goal in 3-3 tie at Portland March 3. Tallied assist vs. Philadelphia March 30. Played 100 MLS game April 20 vs. NE. First MLS Goal: June 20, 2012 Last MLS Goal: Aug. 19, 2012 th

#92 RAFHINHA Position: Forward How Acquired: Signed on March 18, 2013 Previous Club: Toledo Colonia Work (Brazil) NY Debut: N/A 2013 Season Stats: Goals: 0 Assists: 0 GP: 0 MLS Career Stats: Goals: 0 Assists: 0 GP: 0 2013 Season Notes: Was in 18 for March 23 match at Montreal. First MLS Goal: N/A Last MLS Goal: N/A

GS: 0 GS: 0


RED BULLS AT NEW ENGLAND REVOLUTION – MAY 11, 2013 – 7:30 PM ET

2013 Red Bulls Regular Season Overview Red Bulls Goals Scored Intervals New York Opponents

1-15 3 4

16-30 5 0

31-45 3 1

46-60 1 1

61-75 0 1

2013 Categorical Win/Loss Overall: Vs. East: Vs. West: Scoring First: Opp. Scoring First: Leading at Half: Trailing at Half: Tied at Half: Leading at 75’ Trailing at 75’: Tied at 75’: Outshooting Opp.: Out-Shot by Opp.: Shots Even: One-Goal Games: Day Games: Night Games: In White Uniforms: In Blue Uniforms: On MSG Networks: On ESPN Networks: On NBC/NBC Sports: On UniMas In March: In April: In May: In June: In July: In August: In September: In October:

Home 3-1-1 3-1-1 0-0-0 3-0-0 0-1-0 2-0-0 0-1-0 1-0-1 2-0-0 0-1-0 1-0-1 2-1-1 1-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-0 1-0-1 2-1-0 3-1-1 0-0-0 2-1-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 1-0-1 1-1-0 1-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

Road 3-3-1 3-2-0 0-1-1 3-2-1 0-1-0 2-1-1 0-1-0 1-1-0 2-1-1 0-1-0 1-1-0 0-1-0 2-2-1 1-0-0 1-1-0 2-2-1 1-1-0 2-3-1 1-0-0 2-1-0 0-2-1 1-0-0 0-0-0 0-2-1 2-1-0 1-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

Overall 6-4-2 6-3-1 0-1-1 6-2-1 0-2-0 4-1-1 0-2-0 2-1-1 4-1-1 0-2-0 2-1-1 2-2-1 3-2-1 1-0-0 1-2-0 3-2-2 3-2-0 5-4-2 1-0-0 4-2-0 0-2-1 2-0-1 0-0-0 1-2-2 3-2-0 2-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

76-90 6 7

Total Goals 18 14

Miscellaneous Statistics Quickest Goal:

McCarty 4’ (4/20 vs NE)

Quickest Goal Against:

Barklage og 6’ (4/20 vs. NE)

Game-Winning Goals after 75’:

Henry 81’ (3/30 vs. PHI) Cahill 89’ (4/17 at TOR) Cahill 80’ (5/4 at CLB) Henry 88’ (5/8 vs. MTL)

Game-Tying Goals after 75’:

N/A

Multi-Goal Games:

Espindola 2 (3/3 at POR) Cahill 2 (4/17 at TOR) Henry 2 (5/8 vs. MTL)

Hat Tricks:

N/A

Hat Tricks Against:

N/A

Own Goals For:

N/A

Own Goals Against:

Olave 83’ (3/3 at POR) Barklage 6’ (4/20 vs. NE)

Red Cards:

Barklage 74’ (3/23 at MTL) Juninho 91’+ (4/17 vs. SKC)

Opponent’s Red Cards:

N/A

Shutouts:

Robles (3/16 vs. DCU) Robles (4/13 at DCU) Robles (5/4 at CLB)

Penalty Kicks For (0-for-0)

U

None

Penalty Kicks Against (1-for-3) Chris Wondolowski vs. Robles (3/10 at SJ) – GOAL Chris Rolfe vs. Robles (4/7 at CHI) – WIDE LEFT Federico Higuain vs. Robles (5/4 at CLB) - SAVE

Red Bulls Individual Awards/Honors Thierry Henry – MLS Goal of the Week (Week 5) Tim Cahill – MLS Player of the Week (Week 9)


RED BULLS AT NEW ENGLAND REVOLUTION – MAY 11, 2013 – 7:30 PM ET

2013 RED BULLS LINEUPS DATE 3/3

RES. 3-3 T

OPP/ATT at POR 20,674

GK Robles

DEFENDERS Kimura (Alexander 93'+), Olave, Pearce, Miller

MIDFIELDERS McCarty, Juninho, Cahill

FORWARDS Bover (Steele 56'), Henry, Espindola (Barklage 73')

GOALS Espindola (9', 24'), Olave (28')

UNUSED SUBS Castaño, Holgersson, Martinez, Lade

3/10

1-2 L

at SJ 10,525

Robles

Barklage, Olave, Pearce, Miller (Moreno 92’+)

Espindola, Henry

Alexander 17’

Castaño, Holgersson, Martinez, Lade

3/16

0-0 T

vs. DC 22,022

Robles

Barklage, Olave, Holgersson, Pearce

Espindola, Henry (Moreno 92’+)

N/A

Castaño, Bover, Kimura, Sam

3/23

0-1 L

at MTL 26,259

Robles

Barklage (Ejected 74’), Holgersson, Pearce, Kimura

Espindola, Luyindula (Martinez 79’)

N/A

Castaño, Bover, Christianson, Rafhinha

3/30

2-1 W

vs. PHI 15,824

Robles

Kimura, Olave, Holgersson, Pearce

Alexander (Kimura 87,) McCarty, Cahill, Steele (Bover 69’) Alexander (Lade 89’), McCarty, Cahill, Steele (Juninho 68’) Alexander (Sam 83’), McCarty, Juninho, Steele (Lade 69’) Alexander (Sam 73’), Juninho, McCarty, Steele

Cahill (Henry 59’), Luyindula

McCarty (55’), Henry (81’)

Castaño, Akpan, Bover, Digao, Miller

4/7

1-3 L

at CHI 12,557

Robles

Barklage (Bover 87’), Olave, Holgersson, Pearce

Alexander, McCarty, Juninho, Steele (Henry 60’)

Cahill, Luyindula (Sam 76’)

Olave (17’)

Castaño, Digao, Kimura, Miller

4/13

2-0 W

at DCU 18,019

Robles

Barklage, Olave, Holgersson, Miller

Cahill (Bover 95’+), Henry

Henry (29’), Olave (36’)

Castaño, Pearce, Sam, Akpan

4/17

0-1 L

vs. SKC 12,338

Robles

Barklage, Olave (Pearce 33’), Holgersson, Miller

Espindola, Henry

N/A

Castaño, Kimura, Sam, Steele

4/20

4-1 W

vs. NE 18,029

Robles

Barklage (Olave 81’), Holgersson, Pearce, Miller

Alexander (Kimura 86’), McCarty, Juninho, Steele (Espindola 65’) Alexander (Bover 66’), McCarty, Juninho (Ejected 91’+), Cahill (Obekop 77’) Alexander, McCarty, Cahill (Sam 61’), Steele

Espindola (Akpan 82’), Henry

Castaño, Kimura, Obekop, Lade

4/27

2-1 W

at TOR 20,009

Robles

Barklage, Holgersson, Olave, Miller

Sam (Kimura 71’), Alexander, Cahill, Steele

Espindola (Luyindula 75’), Henry

McCarty (4’), Espindola (8’), Henry (82’), Steele (89’) Cahill (39’, 89’)

5/4

1-0 W

at CLB 12,020

Robles

Barklage, Holgersson, Olave, Miller (Pearce 66’)

Espindola, Henry

Cahill (80’)

Castaño, Lade, Kimura, Bustamante

5/8

2-1 W

vs. MTL 11,892

Robles

Kimura, Holgersson, Olave, Pearce

Alexander (Sam 46’), Juninho (Luyindula 78’), Cahill, Steele Alexander, Cahill, Juninho, Steele (Miller 88’)

Luyindula (Espindola 25’), Henry (Akpan 91’+)

Henry (47’+, 88’)

Castaño, Lade, Sam, Barklage

Castaño, Pearce, Lade, Akpan, Bustamante


RED BULLS AT NEW ENGLAND REVOLUTION – MAY 11, 2013 – 7:30 PM ET 2013 NEW YORK RED BULLS ROSTER (ALPHABETICAL) No. 15 12 25 21 23 17 24 2 6 9 1 14 5 8 27 16 88 11 18 7 19 13 4 3 92 31 10 22 No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 21 22 23 24 25 27 31 88 92

Player Andre Akpan Eric Alexander Brandon Barklage Ruben Bover Michael Bustamante Tim Cahill Santiago Castaño Ian Christianson Digão Fabian Espindola Kevin Hartman Thierry Henry Markus Holgersson Juninho Kosuke Kimura Connor Lade Peguy Luyindula Dax McCarty Ryan Meara Roy Miller Amando Moreno Marius Obekop Jamison Olave Heath Pearce Rafhinha Luis Robles Lloyd Sam Jonny Steele Player Kevin Hartman Ian Christianson Heath Pearce Jamison Olave Markus Holgersson Digão Roy Miller Juninho Fabian Espindola Lloyd Sam Dax McCarty Eric Alexander Marius Obekop Thierry Henry Andre Akpan Connor Lade Tim Cahill Ryan Meara Amando Moreno Ruben Bover Jonny Steele Michael Bustamante Santiago Castaño Brandon Barklage Kosuke Kimura Luis Robles Peguy Luyindula Rafhinha

Pos. F M M/D M M M GK M D F GK F D M D M/D F M GK D F M D D F GK M M Pos. GK M D D D D D M F M M M M F F M/D M GK F M M M GK M/D D GK F F

Ht. 6-1 6-1 5-11 5-7 5-9 5-10 6-2 5-11 6-4 5-9 6-1 6-2 6-3 5-10 5-9 5-6 5-10 5-9 6-4 6-2 5-7 5-10 6-3 5-11 6-10 6-1 5-8 6-0

Wt. 190 165 165 144 160 150 184 155 183 160 196 183 174 156 155 145 158 150 185 166 145 168 210 175 155 180 163 180

DOB 12/9/1987 4/14/1988 11/2/1986 6/24/1992 9/21/1989 12/6/1979 4/14/1995 3/6/1991 10/14/1985 5/4/1985 5/25/1974 8/17/1977 4/16/1985 1/30/1975 5/14/1984 11/16/1989 5/25/1979 4/30/1987 11/15/1990 11/24/1984 9/10/1995 12/19/1994 4/21/1981 8/8/1984 2/3/1992 5/11/1984 9/27/1984 2/7/1986

Hometown Grand Prairie, TX Portage, MI St. Louis, MO Mallorca, Spain Chelsea, MA Sydney, Australia Union City, NJ Cedar Rapids, IA Brasilia, Brazil Merlo, Buenos Aires, Argentina Palace Verdes, CA Paris, France Helsingborg, Sweden Recife, Brazil Yokohama, Japan Livingston, NJ Paris, France Winter Park, FL Yonkers, NY San Jose, Costa Rica Morganville, NJ Yaounde, Cameroon Medellin, Colombia Modesto, CA Marechal Candido Rondon, Brazil Fort Huachuca, AZ London, England Larne, Northern Ireland

College Harvard Indiana Saint Louis Boston University Georgetown UCLA Penn State Western Illinois St. John’s North Carolina Fordham

Portland Portland

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE (NUMERICAL)

Pronunciation

HA-mee-son oh-LAH-vay HOHL-ger-son DEE-gow joo-NEEN-yoh fah-bee-AHN es-SPEEN-doh-lah

mare-EE-us oh-BEH-cop TYAIR-ee ahn-REE AHCK-pahn LAID CAY-hill MARE-uh ah-MAHN-doh roo-BEN boh-VEHR BOOST-tah-mahn-tay sahn-tee-AH-go kass-THAN-yoh KOHS-kay kee-MOO-rah ROH-blez PEH-gee loo-yin-DOO-lah raff-FEEN-yah

Coaching/Technical Staff: Head Coach: Mike Petke Assistant Coach: Robin Fraser Goalkeeper Coach: Rafael Gonzalez Reserve Team Coach/Player Development Coordinator: John Wolyniec Technical Director: Ricardo Campos Strength & Conditioning Coach: David Alvarez Head Scout: Cris Da Silva Performance and Video Analyst: David Lee

Place of Birth Athens, OH Cedar Rapids, IA Modesto, CA Medellin, Colombia Helsingborg, Sweden Brasilia, Brazil San Jose, Costa Rica Recife, Brazil Merlo, Buenos Aires, Argentina Leeds, England Winter Park, FL Portage, MI Yaounde, Cameroon Les Ulis, France Fort Worth, TX Livingston, NJ Sydney, Australia Crestwood, NY Morganville, NJ Mallorca, Spain Larne, Northern Ireland Medellin, Colombia Queens, NY St. Louis, MO Kobe, Japan Fort Huachuca, AZ Kinshasa, DRC Marechal Candido Rondon, Brazil

Last Team FC Dallas (MLS) Georgetown University Chivas USA (MLS) Real Salt Lake (MLS) Helsingborgs IF (Sweden) A.C. Milan (Italy) Rosenborg (Norway) Vasco da Gama (Brazil) Real Salt Lake (MLS) Notts County (England) D.C. United (MLS) Portland Timbers (MLS) Renaissance FC de Nhoumou (Senegal) FC Barcelona (Spain) Colorado Rapids (MLS) St. John's University Everton FC (England) Fordham University Red Bulls Academy Charlton Athleic (England) Real Salt Lake (MLS) Boston University Red Bulls Academy D.C. United (MLS) Portland Timbers (MLS) Karlsruher SC (Germany) Paris Saint-Germain (France) Tolodo Colonia Work (Brazil)

Team Staff: Senior Athletic Trainer: Matt Reicher Athletic Trainer: Damien Franolich Assistant Athletic Trainer: Melvyn Pamplona Team Administrator: Juan Romero Equipment Manager: Fernando Ruiz Assistant Equipment Manager: Sean Ruiz Massage Therapist: Traci Snyder

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