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Thierry Henry

It's Do or Die for the New York Red Bulls

by Aniello Devita

billtnj, Flickr

The first leg of the Eastern Conference final between the New York Red Bulls and the New England Revolution did not disappoint in front of a sellout crowd of 25,000 on Sunday afternoon in Harrison, New Jersey. The defining moment of the game was Jermaine Jones’ goal in the 86th minute of the match that pushed the Revolution ahead of the Red Bulls 2-1, but there would be worse news for the New York Red Bulls looking ahead to leg 2 on Saturday.

Red Bulls Start Postseason Off Strong

by Aniello Devita

Aniello DeVita/WFUV Sports

Three days after the Red Bulls finally won a playoff game at Red Bull Arena, the team's first since the arena opened in 2010, the Red Bulls busted out of the gate in the first leg of the Eastern Conference Semifinals against rival DC United Sunday afternoon in Harrison, New Jersey. 

Injury Bug Makes its Way Through the Bulls

by Kris Venezia

A number of Red Bulls have gone down with injuries early in the 2012 campaign, and while Saturday saw the Red Army pick up three points in Harrison versus New England, the win came at an enormous cost as captain Thierry Henry left the match with a right hamstring strain. The Frenchman was an early season MVP favorite, carrying the Bulls offense with a league leading nine goals and five assists. Henry managed to notch what proved to be the game-winning effort early against the Revolution, before the strain occurred.