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    The feel-good final weekend of the MLS regular season for the locals — NYCFC and the Red Bulls — was short-lived. It seems like ages ago. Just a week ago, the Red Bulls and NYCFC, the No. 1 and 2 seeds in the Eastern Conference, respectively, were on top of the world, each awaiting a...

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    If Bradley Wright-Phillips was doing what he does in any professional sport other than soccer, he would be the face of his sport. He would be the Stephen Curry or LeBron James of the NBA, the Tom Brady or Aaron Rodgers of the NFL, the Kris Bryant or Mike Trout of baseball, the Patrick Kane...

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    The Red Bulls face a 1-0 deficit as they play Montreal on Sunday at Red Bull Arena in the second leg of the two-match aggregate Eastern Conference semifinal, yet they don’t sound like a team facing an uphill battle. The Red Bulls have a staggering 27-5-4 record at home during the two years under head...

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    There will be no secrets Sunday when the Red Bulls host Montreal in the second leg of the Eastern Conference semifinal. For Montreal, the task is simple: Keep the Red Bulls from scoring and it advances to the conference final to play the winner of Sunday’s semifinal between New York City FC and Toronto FC....

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    For the third time in four matches, the Red Bulls could not do enough over 90 minutes to earn a victory. Forward Diego Fagundez scored the lone goal in a 1-0 Revolution victory with a tally off a cross from former Red Bulls forward Juan Agudelo in the 55th minute. But instead of wilting after...

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    Seven games into the season, the Red Bulls were 1-6 with their season on the brink just months after they proudly had hoisted the Supporters’ Shield. Seven games later, they are tied for first place in the Eastern Conference after a dominant 3-0 win over Toronto on Saturday night in Harrison, N.J. The Red Bulls...

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    What did not destroy Luis Robles made him stronger. So, 120 consecutive starts (and finishes) into his Red Bulls career — an ironman record for the MLS — the Red Bulls are the beneficiaries of having the most consistent goalkeeper in the league. The hook to the Robles story is that, when he was acquired...

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    The Red Bulls – who’ve been known for a lack of continuity and revolving door of coaches since their MetroStars days – finally may be getting some stability. The latest sign is handing coach Jesse Marsch a multi-year contract extension. “It’s nice when you find something that’s the right fit and you work with people...

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    Apparently the Red Bulls’ motto is if it ain’t broke, break it and make it better. They are banking this pressure-filled season on that kind of thinking. “I never want to be status quo. I never want to sit on the success we’ve had,’’ coach Jesse Marsch said. Last month, they traded away captain Dax...

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    After consistent failure in the CONCACAF Champions League quarterfinals, MLS teams always have had the same built-in alibis. Too early in the year, too little time to prepare. But not this season. There are no excuses for the Red Bulls. When they play their first-ever Champions League quarterfinal, hosting MLS foe Vancouver in the home...

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    In the unique world of the CONCACAF Champions League, the Red Bulls needed to be on top of their game while in preseason mode. Instead, they delivered an uneven performance filled with miscues, although they did avert disaster in the opening leg of the quarterfinals by earning a 1-1 draw against the Vancouver Whitecaps at...

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    The Red Bulls have proven they have the regular-season thing down. Now they clearly have got to work on those postseasons. Despite following up a 2015 Supporters’ Shield with last year’s first-place finish in the Eastern Conference, the Red Bulls flamed out in both playoffs. And after a tumultuous winter that saw them switch formations,...

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    The Red Bulls coughed up the opening goal in all of their first three games this year. They can’t afford to do it again in their fourth, Saturday’s frigid MLS home opener against defensively-stingy Colorado (4 p.m., UniMas). “We’ve had three games at the beginning of the year and gone down three times. Obviously if...

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    The Red Bulls lost their club-record 18-game MLS regular-season unbeaten streak last weekend, and lost captain Sacha Kljestan to international duty with the United States. On Saturday, they will try to bounce back against winless — and coachless — Real Salt Lake. Real Salt Lake — which has dropped its last seven road games —...

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    It turns out all the Red Bulls needed to break their malaise was a return to their old formation. And a little old-fashioned hate. Mix that all in, and they had a 2-0 slump-busting shutout of archrival D.C. United in front of 20,104 fans Saturday night at Red Bull Arena. “We know that, especially in...

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    The Red Bulls made sure former captain Dax McCarty’s homecoming didn’t go as planned and their homestand went better than they could have imagined. Saturday’s 2-1 win over the Chicago Fire and McCarty — whom the Red Bulls dealt this offseason just two days after his wedding — saw them cap a two-week rise up...

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    When the Red Bulls released midfielder Tyler Adams for United States Under-20 international duty earlier this week, head coach Jesse Marsch recalled being down this road two years ago. In 2015, the Red Bulls (16 points) allowed defender Matt Miazga to represent the United States in the U-20 World Cup in New Zealand — where...

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    The Red Bulls admit they have not played their best so far this season, and they didn’t expect to. That’s because it’s all about the postseason, all about building toward finally winning the MLS Cup. “We’re all honest with ourselves to say that we haven’t been at our best in the beginning stages of the...

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    Three years into the Hudson River Derby, New York clearly has remained red. Upstart New York City FC have had the money, yet the old-guard Red Bulls have had the wins. Nevertheless, NYCFC have a golden opportunity to change the narrative with a single win in their first elimination game with silverware implications: Wednesday’s U.S....

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    Half a dozen games ago, the Red Bulls were struggling and searching for confidence. Five wins later they’re looking to guard against overconfidence, making sure they keep climbing out of the hole they have dug. “There’s confidence. There’s definitely confidence. There’s belief. There’s understanding within the group. So that part’s good. But we’ve got to...

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