Red Bulls Insider

Kristian Dyer delivers on the latest news surrounding the New York Red Bulls.
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Red Bulls Ponder a Change in Formation

HANOVER, N.J. – The New York Red Bulls haven’t fired on all cylinders in their first five matches of the 2017 MLS season. A new formation coupled with several new players in the starting lineup have led to this initial sputtering to start the year, but it appears that some changes or tweaks could be on […]

BWP Setting Prolific Standards for Red Bulls

Bradley Wright-Phillips will be a New York Red Bull for the long-term future. The team’s all-time leading goal scorer inked an extension on Wednesday that will keep him with the organization on a “multi-year agreement.” The only man to ever score 20 goals twice in an MLS season, Wright-Phillips, has been nothing short of prolific for […]

No National Call-up For Robles, Kljestan

EDITOR’S NOTE: Kljestan was added as a replacement for the injured Bobby Wood on March 19. Neither Sacha Kljestan nor Luis Robles has been called up to the United States men’s national team for two crucial World Cup qualifiers. It’s somewhat of a surprise given the high level of play that both New York Red Bulls players have had […]

Bad Break for Baah, Red Bulls

HANOVER, N.J. –  It looks like the New York Red Bulls might be adding one more player in the next couple of weeks after a devastating injury to one of their key defenders. The Red Bulls confirmed on Wednesday that Gideon Baah will be out for the remainder of the 2017 season. The Ghanaian suffered […]

MLS’s Playoff System Puts Red Bulls at a Disadvantage

BY: KRISTIAN DYER | @KRISTIANRDYER HANOVER, N.J. – Is Major League Soccer’s playoff structure fundamentally flawed? It appears that way. The top two seeds in both the Eastern Conference and Western Conference could be knocked out before the conference finals with all four teams behind after losing the first leg away from home. Included among these four […]

Red Bulls Ready for In-Form Galaxy

The New York Red Bulls are expecting a prepared, hungry opponent this Sunday evening, especially given the recent run of results from a strong Los Angeles Galaxy side. The Galaxy sit in third place in the Western Conference, a team that dropped key points in winnable games early in the season. Yet Red Bulls head […]

Red Bulls Set To Move On From Amobi Okugo

It appears that the answer to the New York Red Bulls current needs at centerback won’t be found in Amobi Okugo. The 25-year-old Okugo, on trial with the Red Bulls for nearly two weeks, “won’t be signing with the team” a source tells MSGNetworks.com. Okugo, whose contract is owned by MLS, was loaned to New […]

20 Years Later: The Curse Of Caricola

It was April 20, 1996 when the upstart NY/NJ MetroStars first-ever home match at Giants Stadium went up in smoke, a last-second own goal that New York Red Bulls head coach Jesse Marsch remembers to this day. There was tremendous anticipation for that home debut, a game where Meadowlands authorities opened up the massive NFL […]

Chris Duvall At The Center Of Attention

As best as he can remember, New York Red Bulls’ Chris Duvall has never started a competitive match as a center back. That could very well change this Saturday night when one of MLS’s best young outside backs might be asked to slide into a central defender’s role. With the Red Bulls down Ronald Zubar […]