The quasi dark side of RBNY fandom.
Jason & Truman discuss the Toronto match, NY 2, Roy Miller’s injured hand, RBNY’s schedule, US Open Cup, and preview the Columbus & Montreal matches.
by Jason Iapicco The NY Red Bulls traveled down the Turnpike/I-95, walked into a crumbling RFK, and took advantage of a struggling DC United for a 2-0 win, and their first road … Continue reading
Week 2 of the Power Rankings follows New York hosting a 0-0 draw with DC. NY controlled the match with a total of 24 Attempts on Goal, but just couldn’t … Continue reading
Jason & Pat talk to Eric Giacometti about Roy Miller, San Jose, and DC United. Download Episode 49 Follow us on iTunes Follow us on Stitcher Follow us on your podcatcher … Continue reading
Jason & Pat talk to Eric Giacometti about Roy Miller, San Jose, and DC United. Download Episode 49 Follow us on iTunes Follow us on your podcatcher Follow us on Twitter … Continue reading
Week 2 of the Power Rankings follows New York losing in San Jose 2-1, following the pattern from the Portland match, taking a lead into halftime, and giving up two … Continue reading
We all know Roy Miller (pictured right) has been a disaster for NY at left back in the first two games of the year, and most would agree that he … Continue reading
NY headed into San Jose, to face a crippled Earthquakes team. An Eric Alexander goal in the 17th minute would be all that NY got. They took that goal into … Continue reading
I’m going to try for a new feature this year called “RBNY Power Rankings”. The idea is the same as any power rankings, except I’m judging each player’s standing within … Continue reading
RBNY hosted last in the West (2nd to last overall) Portland Timbers in a thrilling match which saw NY go down 2 by the 33rd minute. The team then rallied … Continue reading
NY took it to Philadelphia and extended their home record to 7-0-3 on the year with a 2-0 win over the Bimbos. NY looked lively Despite having played a games … Continue reading
On a hot & humid day at RBA where the heat index reached 105°F+, NY managed to withstand the heat and extinguish the Fire 1-0. Henry’s Strike Henry had probably … Continue reading