USMNT player Teal Bunbury is now a member of the New England Revolution. … “We’ve been very open about our desire to add some additional attacking players to our roster ahead of the season and we believe Teal is a player who can make the sort of impact we need,” New England GM Michael Burns said. … The Revs completed a trade with Sporting Kansas City for Bunbury, who leaves Sporting Kansas City after four years at the MLS club.
Teal Bunbury is a second-generation MLS player and a Hermann Trophy winner as the top player in college soccer. … Bunbury left the University of Akron after his sophomore season.
By Jason Davis - WASHINGTON, DC (Jan 26, 2011) US Soccer Players -- They have featured together in just two United States National Team games - the sum total of their respective international resumes - but young strikers Juan Agudelo and Teal Bunbury are already becoming a tandem. … Bunbury and Agudelo are now two for two in that category while working together in US friendlies against South Africa and Chile.
Teal Bunbury will miss the rest of the 2012 season after tearing his anterior cruciate ligament against New York on Sunday night.
Teal Bunbury put the Revs up in the 10th minute.
But if four players ever did emerge as regulars (and that’s about how many historically do), I’d put my money on Tim Ream, Zach Loyd, Juan Agudelo and Teal Bunbury. … Agudelo and Bunbury have continued to impress, with Agudelo’s speed and Bunbury’s power revitalizing the US attack halfway through the second half.
Esteban Paredes scored the opening goal of the game in the 54th minute and 59th minute substitute Teal Bunbury answered for the USA with a 74th minute equalizer. … PT Attendance: 18,580 Weather: 60 degrees, clear Scoring Summary: 1 2 F USA 0 1 1 Chile 0 1 1 CHI – Esteban Paredes (Felipe Seymour) 53rd minute USA – Teal Bunbury (penalty) 75 Lineups: USA: 18-Nick Rimando (1-Sean Johnson, 46); 15-Sean Franklin, 5-Tim Ream, 4-Omar Gonzalez (2-Marvell Wynne, 46), 12-Zach Loyd (3-Anthony Wallace, 73); 8-Jeff Larentowicz, 10-Dax McCarty (capt. … After a first-half where the teams traded yellow cards and little more, US coach Bob Bradley substituted starting goalkeeper Nick Rimando for Sean Johnson and eventually made four other changes to his squad including subbing Bunbury on in place of Chris Wondolowski.
Chris Wondolowski scored for the Earthquakes in the 85th minute and it was 1-1 in the 86th when Teal Bunbury equalized for Sporting.
By Jason Davis – WASHINGTON, DC (Nov 15, 2010) US Soccer Players -- If Kansas City Wizards forward, University of Akron product, and 2009 Hermann Trophy winner Teal Bunbury plays in South Africa this week, he will become the latest in a long line of Hermann Trophy winners to represent the United States National Team. … The pace has slowed in recent years, with Bunbury poised to end a six year drought in Cape Town.
Don't trust the Eastern Conference standings, as MLS once again makes it tough to compare with an unbalanced schedule.
US coach Bob Bradley gave debuts to Teal Bunbury, Juan Agudelo, Mix Diskerud, and Gale Agbossoumonde with goalkeeper Brad Guzan wearing the captain's armband. … );13-Eric Lichaj, 21-Clarence Goodson (22-Gale Agbossoumonde, 87), 5-Tim Ream (6-Nat Borchers, 67), 12-Jonathan Bornstein (2-Jonathan Spector, 46); 15-Logan Pause, 16-Brian…… Bradley shifted the lineup at the half, bringing on Bunbury and later Agudelo.
Instead, it was New York searching for an equalizer after Teal Bunbury scored for New England in the 17th minute. … Bunbury and Lee Nguyen assisted on the Jones goal.
); 7-Chris Wondolowski (13-Jeff Parke, 55), 10-Graham Zusi(15-Brad Evans, 66); 11-Brek Shea; 9-Teal Bunbury (18-C.J.
Teal Bunbury opened the scoring in the 49th minute and the Rapids were down a man by the 57th when Tyrone Marshall was sent off. … Bunbury scored again in the 59th to give Sporting a two goal advantage to start the second-leg.
” New to the team are Juan Agudelo, Gale Agbossoumonde, Teal Bunbury, Mix Diskerud, and Tim Ream. … GK: Brad Guzan (Aston Villa, England), Dom Cervi (Celtic, Scotland) DEF: Nat Borchers (Real Salt Lake), Eric Lichaj (Aston Villa, England), Clarence Goodson (Brondby), Jonathan Spector (West Ham, England), Jonathan Bornstein (Tigres), Tim Ream (New York), Gale Agbossoumonde (Miami) MID: Brian Carroll (Columbus), Robbie Rogers (Columbus), Eddie Gaven (Columbus), Mikkel Diskerud (Stabaek, Norway), Alejandro Bedoya (Orebro, Sweden), Logan Pause (Chicago) FOR: Robbie Findley (Real Salt Lake), Teal Bunbury (Kansas City).
Anyone from Teal Bunbury to Dilly Duka or Jack McInerney. … If San Jose goes Opara, Kansas City takes Bunbury.
Teal Bunbury made it 2-1 New England in the 62nd minute, but Chicago responded almost immediately when Gaston Gimenez scored in the 63rd. … "Our goal is always to make it into the playoffs, so it happening this soon is great," Bunbury said.
Teal Bunbury put the Revs up in the 67th with Gelmin Rivas equalizing in the 75th. … Bunbury scored again in the 84th.
Teal Bunbury scored for the Revolution in the 3rd minute and Lee Nguyen converted a penalty in the 80th. … "We were talking about getting the first foul, first goal and really wanted to take it to them," Bunbury said.
Teal Bunbury scored for the Revs in the 3rd minute with Fabian Herbers equalizing in the 22nd. … Bunbury scored again in the 54th minute.
Antonio Mlinar equalized for the Revs in the 51st with Teal Bunbury scoring a minute into stoppage time. … "You could see the fight in everybody," Bunbury said.
Josef Martinez put Atlanta up in the 23rd minute with Teal Bunbury equalizing from the penalty spot in the 88th. … "We want to get three points, so I wouldn’t say it feels like a win," Bunbury said.
Teal Bunbury scored in the 44th with Matt Turner making four saves for the clean sheet. … The linesman has his flag up, Teal turns around, just kicks it in the net, ball goes in, now they're checking on it.
Teal Bunbury scored in the 53rd and Cody Cropper got the shutout with two saves. … “Every game now means everything, so to be able to come home, get three points, it’s so crucial now with only 11 games left in the season," Bunbury said.
Revolution striker Teal Bunbury has been in this position before. … “For us, it’s a chance to win a championship, a chance to win a trophy, and that’s what guys play for,” Bunbury said after the Revolution defeated the Chicago Fire last month in the semifinals.
The Cosmos took the lead through Ruben Bover in the 38th minute with Teal Bunbury equalizing in the 43rd. … Bunbury won the game with Kamara assisting in the 83rd minute.
Teal Bunbury setup Charlie Davies for a 64th minute equalizer with Bunbury scoring the winner in the 76th.
New England played a man down late after an injury to Teal Bunbury with the Revs already using their three subs. … Bunbury left with what appeared to be a dislocated shoulder.
Teal Bunbury scored in the 92nd minute and Lee Nguyen finished off an unlikely conclusion with New England's second stoppage time goal in the 95th minute. … "Definitely a lot of emotions, but most importantly I’m just excited we were able to get a win," Bunbury said.
Sporting KC forward Teal Bunbury eager to return - from The Kansas City Star's Tod Palmer: Still, Vermes didn’t rule out the possibility Bunbury could see a few minutes.
" Kansas City 3 - Houston 0 Teal Bunbury scored in the 9th minute and again in the 73rd, with CJ Sapong adding a third in the 79th. … "Our confidence is really high," Bunbury said.
With the man advantage, Teal Bunbury equalized for Sporting in the 89th minute after subbing on in the 80th. … "I was lucky to get a scrappy goal," Bunbury said "It feels good.
Mikkel Diskerud and Teal Bunbury will also be getting their first opportunity with the National Team. … Diskerud made two appearances for the USA at the 2009 FIFA U-20 World Cup, while Bunbury, who holds dual citizenship with the US and Canada, is entering his first camp for the US at any level.
Teal Bunbury Forward Kansas City Wizards Height: 6’2” Perhaps best known as a key member of the Akron Zips squad that put that school on the college soccer map, Teal had 25 appearances and five goals in his rookie season with Kansas City.
Nashville took the lead from a 50th minute Teal Bunbury goal and Matthew Hoppe equalized for the Earthquakes in the 74th.
From there, players like reigning MLS MVP Hany Mukhtar, striker Sam Surridge who leads the club with three Leagues Cup goals, and Teal Bunbury, with four Leagues Cup starts, can supply the magic needed to score goals and win games.
Shaq Moore started the scoring for Nashville in the 39th and Teal Bunbury added a goal in the 44th.
Nashville's Luke Haakenson scored in the 70th and Teal Bunbury saw red in the 86th minute.
Nashville's Fafa Picault equalized in the 56th, Teal Bunbury scored in the 80th, and Hany Mukhtar added a goal seven minutes into stoppage time.
Fafa Picault put Nashville up in the 36th and Teal Bunbury doubled the lead in the 56th.
Nashville won 1-0 at LAFC from a Teal Bunbury goal in the 53rd minute.
Teal Bunbury leveled the score for Nashville four minutes into stoppage time.
Teal Bunbury gave Nashville the lead in the 17th with Javain Brown equalizing for the Whitecaps in the 87th minute.
Teal Bunbury put Nashville up in the 6th with Brandon Vazquez equalizing in the 52nd minute.
This season, Nashville added former Red Bulls midfielder Sean Davis and veteran MLS attacker Teal Bunbury.
The headlines go to the DPs and Canadian dynamo Tajon Buchanan, but players like Teal Bunbury, Andrew Ferrell, Matt Polster, and Tommy McNamara have been equally important during New England's run to the top.
Arnor Traustason scored in the 15th with Teal Bunbury doubling the lead in the 27th.
Teal Bunbury put the Revs up in the 85th with Kacper Przybylko equalizing in the 88th.
Kekuta Manneh opened the scoring in the 13th minute with Teal Bunbury making it 2-0 Revs in the 20th.
Gustavo Bou put the Revolution up in the 26th minute with Teal Bunbury doubling the lead in the 38th.
Teal Bunbury scored for the Revs in the 13th minute.
Teal Bunbury scored in the 66th with Gustavo Bou doubling the lead in the 89th.
They were quick to exploit two moments of indecision from DC center back Steven Birnbaum, snatching an early advantage on a Teal Bunbury breakaway before Gil doubled the lead by tucking away the rebound of a saved Juan Agudelo header.
Teal Bunbury scored for the Revs in the 4th minute with Carles Gil doubling the lead in the 32nd.
Teal Bunbury put the Revs up in the 8th minute with Juan Fernando Calcedo scoring in the 52nd.
Cristian Penilla scored for the Revs in the 45th minute with Teal Bunbury scoring in the 60th.
Salt Lake goalkeeper Nick Rimando saved Teal Bunbury's penalty attempt in the 35th minute.
The club’s fates seem to have fallen with striker Teal Bunbury, who had 10 goals before that winless skid and has just one since.
Cristian Penilla has three goals in the last two games and eight overall while Teal Bunbury continues his stellar year with a career-high 10 goals.
Teal Bunbury returned the Revs lead a minute into first-half stoppage time.
Bastian Schweinsteiger scored for the Fire in the 63rd with Teal Bunbury equalizing in the 82nd.
Diego Fagundez equalized for New England a minute into first-half stoppage time with Teal Bunbury scoring their winner in the 78th.
Teal Bunbury returned the Revs' lead in the 59th with Techera equalizing in the 74th.
"You don’t really want to think about all these games you have, but it’s a part of the job," New England forward Teal bunbury said.
The Revolution's Cristian Penilla scored in the 4th and 7th minutes with Teal Bunbury making it 3-0 in the 46th.
An own-goal put Columbus up in the 9th minute with Teal Bunbury equalizing in the 14th.
Teal Bunbury scored for the Revs in the 15th minute with Cristian Penilla doubling the lead in the 71st.
Well, until they traded him back to New England for Bobby Shuttleworth after failing to get local talent Teal Bunbury from the Revolution.
Teal Bunbury put the Revs up in the 4th minute.
Teal Bunbury scored two minutes into stoppage time with Lee Nguyen assisting on all four goals.
Teal Bunbury put the Revs up in the 57th minute.
Teal Bunbury put the Revs up in the 70th and doubled the lead three minutes later.
Teal Bunbury put the Revs up in the 21st minute with Bradley Wright-Phillips equalizing in the 23rd.
Alex & Teal Bunbury…
"I thought it was a great save," Toronto coach Greg Vanney said of Bono stopping a Teal Bunbury header in the 88th minute.
New England was quick to capitalize on a pair of yellow cards to Joe Farrell with Teal Bunbury converting a penalty in the 44th minute, despite Rhinos goalkeeper Tomas Gomez' best effort. … Kosuke Kimura responded for the Roughnecks in the 59th minute after stealing possession deep in the final third.
Kamara assisted on Teal Bunbury's goal in the 85th minute.
Teal Bunbury pulled a goal back for the Revs in the 88th, but it was Toronto getting a stoppage time goal.
Teal Bunbury equalized for New England in the 37th.
Teal Bunbury opened the scoring for the Revolution in the 5th minute.
Teal Bunbury doubled the lead in the 60th minute.
In NYCFC’s plus column is the likely absence of Teal Bunbury for the Revolution.
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New England had the best chance at a regulation winner when Teal Bunbury hit the crossbar in the 85th minute.
Other notables are defender DeAndre Yedlin (Seattle), midfielder Juninho (Los Angeles) and striker Teal Bunbury (New England), all playing every minute of three playoff games.
Goal.com's Ives Galarcep explains the importance of Teal Bunbury for the New England Revolution.
Teal Bunbury scored the Revolution's third goal in the 77th minute.
Teal Bunbury equalized for New England in the 45th with Jermaine Jones picking up the assist.
Rowe also picked up an assist along with Charlie Davies when Teal Bunbury scored in the 58th.
Nguyen’s play helps Teal Bunbury’s shift to the midfield work because the former striker is receiving the ball in places where he can use his speed and power to great effect.
Teal Bunbury scord New England's third goal in the 36th minute, with Fagundez scoring again in the 41st.
Sapong, Graham Zusi; Dom Dwyer (Claudio Bieler, 72’) Substitutes not used: Eric Kronberg, Federico Bessone, Ike Opara, Jacob Peterson, Teal…
Sapong, Teal Bunbury, and Jacob Peterson against New England, leaving Soony Saad and Dom Dwyer as substitutes), a seemingly worthwhile change actually worked against the team.
The current playing squad for the USMNT featuring all active players with at least one appearance with the senior squad.
After Teal Bunbury (13th) and Nick DeLeon (23rd) traded goals, Sporting's Graham Zusi scored the winner in the 63rd minute.
Teal Bunbury scored the 20th-minute winner.
Jacob Peterson had Kansas City in the lead by the 6th minute and Teal Bunbury doubled the score in the 82nd.
Colorado and Sporting KC finished 2-2 with Teal Bunbury putting Sporting up two goals on the road (2nd and 14th).