Following a 1-0 loss to Sporting Kansas City, the New England Revs say their game is being stifled foul play. Read the original story...
“I felt like every time we got around the ball, there was a foul,"
said New England coach Jay Heaps. "It was just a disruptive game.”
Revolution defender Chris Tierney said, “Their game plan, for sure, was to
disrupt the play. I think you look at the fouls, there were a lot (21 for Sporting Kansas City, 12 for New England). They were clearly trying to slow our play through the midfield and break things up.
And they did a good job of that. That's a road tactic and a tactic that teams have used against us all year. We have to be better about breaking pressure and playing through it.”