FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- New England Revolution midfielder Steve Ralston plans to announce his retirement from soccer Tuesday.TheRevolution said Monday that Ralston is expected to play his final matchTuesday against Mexico's Monarcas Morelia in the SuperLiga, thenannounce his retirement.Ralston, 36, is Major League Soccer'scareer leader in games, starts, minutes and assists, and he had fourgoals in 36 appearances for the United States.He spent eightseasons with the Revolution, then signed with his hometown team,second-division AC St. Louis, in January. He rejoined New England inJune, then dislocated an elbow.-- The Associated Press
Jay Heaps joins Postgame Live to discuss Je-Vaughn Watson's game-winning goal and says they need to continue to be diligent at home.
Je-Vaughn Watson joins Postgame Live to discuss his goal in the 85th minute which gave the Revs the lead and eventually the win
Brad Feldman and Paul Mariner break down the Revolution win over the Fire and discuss Diego Fagundez coming into the game in the 55th minute.