Bruce Arena not letting New England Revolution take Inter Miami lightly


New England Revolution head coach Bruce Arena has warned that Saturday’s game away at Inter Miami will not be as easy as some might suspect.

The hosts have suffered a disastrous start to the 2022 MLS season, sitting bottom of the Eastern Conference with just a single point from five games. Of their three goals scored so far, two have been penalties, while Phil Neville’s team have conceded 13 goals.

But New England haven’t been in great shape themselves. Last season’s Supporters’ Shield winners have only won one MLS game so far and have just four points to their name, while they also crashed out of the Concacaf Champions League quarter-finals against Pumas.

Many are seeing this trip to Florida as the perfect chance for the Revs to get back on track. But Arena is being a little more cautious, aware of the hot conditions in Fort Lauderdale and Miami’s need for points, too.

“Well, it’s like any game in the league. It doesn’t matter whether they are on a losing streak or a winning streak. All the games in the league are competitive,” Arena said at his pre-match press conference.


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