Jonathan Kraft: 'We sound like a broken record'

When will New England get a soccer stadium? With the opening of D.C. United's Audi Field, the Revs are the only MLS originals without their own soccer stadium. They share Gillette Stadium with the NFL Patriots, whose owners, the Kraft family, also own the stadium and the Revs.

In an interview with Scott Zolak and Marc Bertrand on 98.5 The Sports Hub, Jonathan Kraft said that "we probably didn’t do as much as we could or should have done relating to soccer" when Gillette Stadium in Foxboro was built. "It’s been a long road," he added, "and, for us, we really are focused on making that happen."

Kraft admitted that "we sound like a broken record" in regard to work on finding a site for a soccer stadium in Boston.
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1 comment about "Jonathan Kraft: 'We sound like a broken record'".
  1. Ben Myers, July 19, 2018 at 1:01 p.m.

    Living in the Boston area, I see the plight of the NE Revs differently.  They are simply an afterthought of the Kraft family and a toy given to Jonathan by Robert to give his son something to do.  If the Krafts were really and truly serious about a soccer specific stadium, Robert has enough clout and enough cash to make it happen, why even spending his own money which the cheap guy does not want to do, of course.  Sorry, but the saga of Tom Brady and Bill Belichick is way more important in this area.  The Revs are the only MLS team to suffer long term from the fabled success of a US football team.

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