New York Red Bulls Transfer Round-up: January 27 – February 2

The departures of the long-standing Bradley Wright-Phillips and Luis Robles, as well as the retirement of Connor Lade at the end of the 2019 season signalled a new era for New York Red Bulls. In November, Denis Hamlett stated that the scouting department was already searching the market and the club is aiming to strengthen…

Bradley Wright-Phillips feels disappointed despite hat-trick heroics

Despite becoming the second player in MLS history to level the scoreline three times in a single match – exactly a year to the day since Josef Martínez became the first with his hat-trick against Orlando City – Bradley Wright-Phillips was disappointed with how yesterday’s draw with D.C. United at Audi Field panned out:

Matt Miazga cheers on New York Red Bulls in MLS Cup push

Speaking ahead of the U.S. Men’s National Team’s “friendly” against Mexico on Tuesday evening, New York Red Bulls Academy alumni Matt Miazga – who is currently on loan at Ligue 1 outfit Nantes from Chelsea, has confessed that he is cheering his former side in their quest for MLS Cup glory:

Red Bull Transfer Window Review

The transfer windows in Germany and Austria came to a close last week, which means that Red Bull’s golden eggs can no longer be poached. In a summer filled with incomings, outgoings and plenty of speculation, let’s take a look at how each club got on.

New York Red Bulls 2018 MLS Fixtures Announced

New York Red Bulls’ set of fixtures for the 2018 Major League Soccer campaign have been announced. After a relatively disappointing season which saw the Red Bulls finish in the lowest play-off place (6th) and narrowly beaten by eventual champions Toronto in the Eastern Conference semi-final. Jesse Marsch and his side will be looking to…