MLS Regular Season

FC Dallas vs. Colorado Rapids | Match Preview

Lopez 'sits in' for Mastroeni, as the Rapids face FC Dallas in Friday night showdown
Match preview: DAL vs. COL

Beware the wounded animal.

Colorado Rapids feel aggrieved at their outward perception so far this season.

While three points from four games is the cold reality of their results, the performances have been a different matter entirely.

Rapids Podcast: preparing for a return trip to Texas

Hear from Mastroeni, Moor, Serna and Burch ahead of the Friday night game at Dallas
Heading back to Texas
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Colorado Rapids defender, Drew Moor, who is fully recovered from a torn anterior cruciate ligament, returns to the Rapids Podcast to offer a little insight into this Friday's opponents, FC Dallas.

Moor has been sidelined for almost eight months, following the injury at D.C. United on August 17, 2014.

Rapids Podcast: reflecting on the Revolution result

Mastroeni, Badji, Cronin and Sarvas react to the Rapids' 2-0 home loss to New England
Reflecting on the Revs
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Players and coaches react to Saturday's 2-0 home loss to New England Revolution, in which the Colorado Rapids conceded their first goals of the 2015 season.

Co-hosts Richard Clarke and Richard Fleming are your guides through the post-match chatter, which includes contributions from head coach Pablo Mastroeni, skipper Marcelo Sarvas, midfielder Sam Cronin and rookie Dominique Badji.

Sarvas and Cronin on defeat to the Revs and team mentality

'We'll hold our heads high and keep working'
Sarvas and Cronin on Revs
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Post-match quotes from Colorado Rapids

Sam Cronin #6

On the situation the team is going through…

Match report: Colorado Rapids 0, New England Revolution 2

A goal in each half condemn the Rapids to their first loss of the 2015 season
Rapids 0, Revs 2
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Colorado Rapids fell to their first defeat of the 2015 season as they went down 2-0 to New England Revolution at Dick's Sporting Goods Park on Saturday.

A sublime finish from Juan Agudelo divided the teams in the first half and, just after the restart, Lee Nguyen scored from the spot.

Matchday welcome: the boys are back in town and ready to kick on

Rapids raring to go again at Dick's Sporting Goods Park against the Revolution
Boys are back in town
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Welcome Rapids Fans,

Thanks for joining us here at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park for the second home game of the 2015 season, which today sees us welcome last year’s MLS Cup finalists and Eastern Conference champions, New England Revolution.

The team has got off to a solid start, with three scoreless draws, and are proving to be a stubborn side to break down. Pablo and the players have been working hard again this week as we go in search of our first win and first goal of 2015.

Rapids Podcast: Burling looks forward to finally making hometown bow

From watching at Mile High as a Rapids fan, veteran MLS defender now the one on view
Home debut beckons
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Colorado Rapids are back on home soil this Saturday when they entertain New England Revolution at Dick's Sporting Goods Park, kickoff 5:00 p.m. MT (TICKETS).

Rapids to take on the Eastern Conference champions, New England Revolution

Mastroeni's side eager to end their winless streak against the very team that started it
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Lee Nguyen scores against the Rapids 2014

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Join us at Dick's Sporting Goods Park this Saturday, and cheer on the Rapids in game four of the 2015 season, as they return home to face the 2014 Eastern Conference champions New England Revolution, kickoff 5:00 p.m MT (TICKETS).

Rapids Podcast: history made at Houston but goals still needed

Colorado register a third successive scoreless draw as they are held by the Dynamo
The only thing missing ...
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Three points from three games, in which the Rapids have kept three clean sheets yet failed to find the net at the other end. The latest scoreless draw was at Houston Dynamo on Saturday.

Saturday's result means that the Rapids become the first team in MLS history to register 0-0 ties from their opening three games.

Is there a striker crisis? What's going awry in front of goal?

REPORT: Houston Dynamo 0-0 Colorado Rapids

Deric denies Mastroeni's men victory on the road

Colorado Rapids produced another gritty road performance to prise a point away from Houston Dynamo on Saturday evening.

It was the third successive time Pablo Mastroeni’s side has completed a goalless game.

The tie was probably a fair reflection of the 90 minutes but, for the second straight encounter, the Rapids faced an opposition keeper in fine form. Josh Saunders had preserved a draw for New York City last weekend at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park. This evening Tyler Deric made a couple of crucial stops from Marcelo Sarvas in the first half.

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