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Crossroads at Giants Stadium
The New York Red Bulls this week find themselves at a crossroads with an important game against the Chicago Fire in primetime on Thursday evening. Just around the corner in June, tougher competition than those in their first few games this season awaits New York.
May 23, 2007 By Roehl Sybing

The best of times, the worst of times
It would be cliche, and perhaps misplaced hyperbole, to compare this season's New York Red Bulls to A Tale of Two Cities. But while this past week hasn't provided the worst possible results, the early success this team has enjoyed has turned a draw and a loss into gut-wrenching disappointments.
May 11, 2007 By Roehl Sybing

Cause for celebration in New York
Either it's very early in the regular season, or the regular season doesn't mean anything at all. Whatever the reason, the most hardened cynics of Major League Soccer and the New York Red Bulls take the team's early success with a grain of salt.

Among the New York faithful, however, there is reason to be optimistic, if not celebratory. A minor misstep in Columbus during opening weekend was quickly brushed aside by a series of wins throughout April that propelled the Red Bulls to the top of the Eastern Conference, the top of the entire league, and an impressive ten-point lead over perennial rivals DC United, who occupy the cellar of the conference with expansion Toronto FC after three straight losses to open the season.
May 01, 2007 By Roehl Sybing

Red Bulls show promise but little else in Columbus draw
In a significant improvement over last year, the New York Red Bulls showed a lot of heart and determination in their season opener against the Columbus Crew. If only the score reflected their efforts. For the third straight year, New York opened the season with a draw, this time a goalless result at Crew Stadium on Saturday night.
April 09, 2007 By Roehl Sybing

Galvan Rey's Double Stings Kansas Late
After a nightmare first half at Giants Stadium for the MetroStars, Sergio Galvan Rey was able to come up big and save the Metros after going down by 2-0 within the first half of play. John Wolyniec provided two assists, both of which found Galvan Rey in the box as he netted two goals Saturday night to give the MetroStars a tie on their “real” opening night.
April 17, 2005 By Tom

Metros and Real battle weather, and each other to 0-0 draw.
GIANTS STADIUM, April 2—More rain then a monsoon, gale force like winds, and even a power outage did not cause there to be a lack of a soccer game at Giants Stadium tonight. Goals though were another matter as the Metros and the expansion team Real Salt Lake drew 0-0.
April 03, 2005 By Traver Mayfield

MetroStars Looking to Rebound
Exactly 9 months ago the MetroStars were riding high. They were sitting pretty at the top of the Eastern Conference with 22 points and had just defeated the defending champion LA Galaxy 3-0 off of two Eddie Gaven Golazos. But then the tide turned.
March 24, 2005 By Traver Mayfield

Galvan Rey Gives Metros Tie
The MetroStars were unable to clinch a second place spot on Saturday. They were able to hold onto second place for now, with the tie putting them one point ahead of D.C. United. The Metros tied the Columbus Crew on a Sergio Galvan Rey penalty kick after Jeff Cunningham had scored the Crew's only goal. Next week's game at D.C. will decide who gets 2nd place, the MetroStars have the advantage going in, not only will a win get them second, but so will a tie. If the MetroStars get a win or tie next week they will hold onto second place entering the MLS Cup Playoffs.
October 10, 2004 By Tom

D.C. United top MetroStars 1-0
The MetroStars once again fell to D.C United after a hard fought match. D.C. won from a Freddy Adu goal that deflected off of Jeff Parke. The lone goal came early in the first half, and the Metros were unable to come back. Magee went off early with a concussion, and was unable to come back. Magee's absence may have affected the Metros overall play, but either way the Metros failed to clinch a 2nd place spot in the eastern division.
October 03, 2004 By Tom

Metros clinch playoffs with 2-0 win
The MetroStars clinched the playoffs yet again, with an impressive 2-0 win versus Dallas Burn. The MetroStars started the game with a John Wolyniec goal coming in the 30th minute, and ended the game in style with a late minute break away goal from Cornell Glen. Columbus and the MetroStars are the only teams to have clinched a playoff spot this year in the east. The Metros are now 6 points away from DC in the standings, and as it looks New England won't make the playoffs. Although its too early to tell about the Revolution, the Metros will be in the playoffs this year.
September 26, 2004 By Tom

Metros fall to Wizards 1-0
The MetroStars Saturday night ended in defeat once again as the Metros fell 1-0 to the KC Wizards after not capitalizing on multiple chances. A game that missed many starters for both teams was a game full of offense and little defense. Both teams had many chances, but only one goal came from it all. The MetroStars are now winless in four, here's how it happened...
September 05, 2004 By Tom

Metro's Magic over-powers Wizards
After a record was set by the Wizards this season for most games without a loss, the MetroStars come into Arrowhead ready to break that streak. After 30 minutes of domination by the Metros, KC comes back with a bad foul by Eddie Pope in the box leading to a penalty kick. Lucky in the second half a great free kick from just outside the box left Tony Meola helpless as he watched Amado Guevara's free kick fly into the back of the net, giving the Metros a 2-1 win.
July 29, 2004 By Tom

Metros put out the Fire
In coach Bob Bradley's 100th win, the MetroStars would find themselves putting out their eastern rival for the first time in over a year. Bradley's 100th win comes against his former team, and first win against the Fire. The MetroStars were able to take this win to advance themselves to a higher spot in the eastern conference and have a 5 point advantage heading into the All-Star break.
July 26, 2004 By Tom

“Yellow” Fire tie Metros
Bob Bradley entered the night looking for his 100th win on the night as the MetroStars took on the Chicago Fire in the windy city. The Fire were looking for their first win in 6 games, and the Metros were looking to beat the Fire for the first time in over a year. Neither team came out happy as they settled for a 1-1 tie.
July 18, 2004 By Tom

MetroStars End Losing Streak
The MetroStars ended their 3 game losing streak at home with a 2-0 win over the San Jose Earthquakes. This is only the third shutout of the year for the MetroStars, who have allowed the most goals in the league this season.
July 10, 2004 By Tom

Nightmare game ends 2-6
What could be called one of the worst games this season unfolded this holiday weekend as the Metros took on D.C. at their home in that stadium called RFK. The Metros would fall in a 6-2 blow out, even though they scored the first goal an early mistake by Jonny Walker put the Metros down a goal, and they were never able to come back.
July 04, 2004 By Tom

Metros fall short with Galvan Rey's First
The first 20 minutes of the game would be all Rapids. A quick steal would lead to a break away for Chris Henderson. Chris Leitch was able to just catch up, but Henderson let of a shot before Leitch could make any sort of move. The shot went right at Jonny Walker who let up a rebound, but then made the second save.
July 01, 2004 By Tom

Magee's Bright Spot Can't Overcome Revs
After a foul early in the first half, Gilberto would be sent off on a stretcher, that would sum up the night for the MetroStars as a losing effort the Revolution would come down to one goal.
June 27, 2004 By Tom

Gaven's 2 goals put Metros past LA
The MetroStars pulled out a 3-0 blowout as the MetroStars defeated the Galaxy at their home in LA. Eddie Gaven had 2 goals, and Amado Guevara made his return with a goal and both assists on Gaven's goals.
June 24, 2004 By Tom

Magee's Late Minute Heroics lead Metros to 2-1 Win Over LA
After a two game losing streak, the first a 2-0 loss at home to Dallas, and then a 3-1 loss on the road to San Jose the MetroStars were able to pull out an unexpected win to the best in the West. The MetroStars came out fielding what many would say as their "B" team. Many players missing, and only 2-3 regular starters.
June 20, 2004 By Tom

Metros fall with Ching's hand ball goal
The MetroStars were unable to hold on for any points, with 9 players missing due to injuries and international matches. A 3-1 loss would finish off the night in MLS, as none of the eastern teams came away with a win. Still in reach of 1st place, and several games at hand the MetroStars have a chance to pull back to 1st in the next few weeks.
June 13, 2004 By Tom

Metros get burned in 2-0 loss
After a late game effort to tie it at 1, the MetroStars find themselves in a 2-0 loss after a late goal from a Dallas counter attack. After amazing saves from Jonny Walker and friends, the Metros couldn't hold on for the full ninety minutes or come up with anything productive in front of goal.
June 06, 2004 By Tom

Metros winless in 5
After 5 games, with one loss and four ties, the Metros can't seem to pick up that one win to break the streak. It may be a goal, one goal is all thats needed to break that streak, but its that one goal that the Metros can't seem to get. The Metros capped off their 3rd tie in a row at Foxboro this evening.
May 22, 2004 By Tom

Metros fail to put out the Fire
Once again the MetroStars couldn't stop the Chicago Fire as they come up with nothing but a tie. Four games without a win for the Metros, and a 1-1 tie against the Fire. Even though the MetroStars dominated in the first half, one goal by Fabian Taylor wouldn't be able to win it, as Ante Razov had an answer in the second half.
May 16, 2004 By Tom

Metros 5, San Jose 5
Jonny Walker's worst game gives the MetroStars a 5-5 tie after an insane game. Cornell Glen made his first start recording 2 goals, and 1 assist in a match where the defense just got lost. After great offense by the Metros, and weak defense, the Metros could only seem to find a tie.
May 09, 2004 By Tom

Metros get burned 3-0 to Fire
After starting off the season with a 2-0-0 start, and reaching a tie before facing Chicago, the Metros fell letting up 3 goals against a team which struggled to score their first 4 games. Chicago's win puts them at first of the east after week 5 of MLS. The MetroStars will try to regain strength as they take on San Jose next weekend.
May 02, 2004 By Tom

4 strikers, no goals
Three new off season pickups got there chance in the MetroStars offense today, but none of them could come up with a goal. Even the fan favorite, John Wolyniec couldn't work any magic, as the Metros rely on a midfielder to score their one and only for a 1-1 tie.
April 25, 2004 By Tom

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New England 0
Toronto 0

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DC United 0
Kansas City Wizards 0

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Houston 0
Chivas USA 0

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New York 0
Dallas 0

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Colorado 0
Chicago 0

Team Name Pts
Chicago 3
Columbus 1
New York 1
DC United 0
Kansas City 0
New England 0
Toronto 0

Team Name Pts
Dallas 4
Chivas USA 3
Colorado 3
Houston 1
Los Angeles 1
Salt Lake 1

Top Ten Scorers
Top 10 Scorers
Player Name Gls
Ruiz 2
Cooper 2
Cunningham 2
Kljestan 1
Brown 1
Emilio 1
H. Gomez 1
Findley 1
Razov 1
Pause 1