MN Migration: The Revolution Finally Win Away From Home

by on 25 October 2017

In this week’s brief recap of Minnesotans playing professionally outside of the state: seasons come to an end for Miller, Cropper, and Bunbury while Mallace and Yueill have a hope at postseason play.

Teal Bunbury went the distance for the New England Revolution in a 3-2 win over the Montreal Impact. This was the Rev’s first and only away win of the season. Bunbury played on the right side of a five-player midfield. He saw a fair amount of the ball, but he did not contribute to any of the three New England goals.

The Colorado Rapids capped off a disappointing season with a 3-0 loss to Seattle Sounders FC. Eric Miller started at right back for the Rapids, but moved to the left for the final half hour. The defender nearly earned his third career assist, but Stefan Aigner couldn’t finish.

Cody Cropper spent his third straight game on the bench to finish out his first full season with the Revs.

Jackson Yueill will experience the MLS playoffs after the San Jose Earthquakes defeated Minnesota United FC 3-2 to clinch the final spot.

Calum Mallace is no longer listed on the Seattle Sounders FC injury report, but did not make the 18 for the final game of the regular season.

Both Cat Parkhill and Kassey Kallman were offered new contracts by their respective NWSL teams.

Mukwelle Akale did not make the gameday roster for Villarreal C in a 1-1 draw with Olimpic de Xátiva.

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