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Red Bulls not surprised as national team calls roll in

John Tolkin and Andrés Reyes were two of the New York players to earn international selections this week

Red Bulls Paper Revue: January 16, 2023

Fabio Gomes heads to Portugal, Zlatko Junuzovic finally makes his way to New York, and Gonzalo Veron is still lawyered up in this week’s links

Peter Stroud’s long winding journey brings him back to the Red Bulls

Former academy midfielder signs after stints with West Ham United and Duke program

Lateral play and Love Island: what to know about Red Bulls target Dante Vanzeir

Belgian forward targeted by Red Bulls is quite the character on and off the pitch

Red Bulls Paper Revue: January 9, 2023

Sturm Graz backs off Carlos Coronel for now, a new Ibrahim Sekagya protege appears in Uganda, and Amir Murillo approaches his next move in this week’s links

New hairstyle, new club? Catching up on the latest John Tolkin news

Left back is the center of attention as always

Red Bulls Paper Revue: January 2, 2023

The science says John Tolkin is the best young left back in the world, Omar Sowe turns right back around to Iceland, and Gonzalo Veron wants his money in this week’s links

Red Bulls Paper Revue: December 26, 2022

Andreas Ivan hits the field for Schalke, we read the guarana leaves in the Brazilian transfer market, and the Hans Backe worldwide media tour continues in this week’s links

Getting to know your 2023 New York Red Bulls draft picks

A Manhattan finance bro, a new fullback named Ethan, and a guy who scored against Juventus take the professional plunge

Red Bulls Paper Revue: December 19, 2022

One of the last remaining MetroStars retires, Tom Edwards wins goal of the month, and Ali Curtis joins a special club in this week’s links

Red Bulls Paper Revue: December 12, 2022

Carlos Coronel has interest from Europe, Elias Manoel’s brother goes pro, and David Jensen fights over hot water in this week’s links

Red Bulls Paper Revue: December 6, 2022

Gerhard Struber is the latest New York-based soccer blogger, Erik Stover resurfaces in Denmark, and Joel Lindpere gets a puppy in this week’s links

New training facility clears final hurdle with Red Bulls expecting to move in by 2025

Morristown planning board votes to approve slightly-revised plan one year after announcement

Red Bulls finalizing Elias Manoel transfer as striker shuffle continues

Brazilian expected to join permanently from Grêmio after loan stint

Red Bulls Paper Revue: November 21, 2022

Oliver Mintzlaff drops his Black Album, Carlos Coronel sets his sights high, and Jesse Marsch reminds you he went to Princeton in this week’s links

Red Bulls finalize Cory Burke deal as ex-Union forward signs three-year contract

Jamaica international was released by Philadelphia earlier this month

Cory Burke becomes latest target forward linked to Red Bulls after release from Philadelphia

Free agent Jamaica international could be opening salvo in recruiting older players

Red Bulls Paper Revue: November 14, 2022

Cash negotiations with Gremio over Elias Manoel, Gerhard Struber is hanging out in Sunderland for some reason, and Tom Edwards explains his departure in this week’s links from across the New York Red Bulls extended universe.

Klimala headlines Red Bulls surprises on expansion draft list

Polish designated player left unprotected along with prospects LaCava, Nocita, and Sserwadda

Red Bulls Paper Revue: November 7, 2022

Oliver Mintzlaff heads upstairs, Gerhard Struber heads to "a club from Europe"and Mandela Egbo heads to injury rehab in this week’s links

Red Bulls Paper Revue: October 31, 2022

Steven Sserwadda’s Olympic dreams are over, Ibrahim Sekagya wins Muslim Man of the Year, and Andreas Ivan becomes a locker room leader in this week’s links

Red Bulls Paper Revue: October 24, 2022

More Fabio Gomes return rumors, an Omar Sowe return confirmation, and Hans Backe’s television stardom are just some of this week’s links

Red Bulls Paper Revue: October 17, 2022

Speculation surrounds the post-Mateschitz plan at Red Bull, Omar Sowe wins a league title in Iceland, and Juan Pablo Angel needs to call Tyler Durden for a place to stay in this week’s links

Red Bulls Paper Revue: October 10, 2022

Nottingham Forest moves on from Gerhard Struber (for now), the new Morristown training facility wins Deal of the Year, and more shifting management at the Red Bull mothership in this week’s links

John Tolkin signs new Red Bulls contract amid European rumors

Homegrown left back was tied to Anderlecht earlier this year

Red Bulls boss Gerhard Struber linked to Nottingham Forest ahead of MLS playoffs

Austrian reportedly near top of list to replace Steve Cooper at struggling Premier League club

Red Bulls Paper Revue: October 3, 2022

Jochen Schneider and Gerhard Struber visit home, Jyri Nieminen takes you to school, and Kaku still plays like an energy drink in this week’s links

Red Bulls Paper Revue: September 26, 2022

Gerhard Struber eats food, Andres Reyes has his eyes on Europe, and Damien Perrinellen continues to climb the coaching ladder in this week’s links

Red Bulls Paper Revue: September 19, 2022

The training facility hits more red tape, Mathias Jørgensen continues his hot streak, and Tom Edwards boasts about his fitness in this week’s links

Report: New York Red Bulls one of MLS teams inquiring about USMNT midfielder Johnny Cardoso

Cincinnati reportedly also in for New Jersey-born, Brazilian-bred talent

Aaron Long called into final USMNT camp ahead of World Cup

John Tolkin’s last minute bid to make team appears unlikely

Tom Edwards officially leaves Red Bulls to join Barnsley on loan

Utility defender had been a fixture in New York lineup over past two seasons


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