FOXBORO — Through the more than three decades that Bruce Arena has surveyed the American soccer scene, through MLS franchises, U.S. Men’s National teams and assembled sides for international competitions, he has never been one to offer much more than a glancing nod to success on the pitch.
“Every year is different, every team is different,” Arena said after New England ran roughshod over Attleboro native son Geoff Cameron and Cincinnati FC, 4-1 Saturday night at Gillette Stadium.
“I don’t think I can lean back on my experience with my past teams,” Arena said of comparison of the 2021 edition of Revolution soccer to other MLS teams that he has coached.
“This is completely different. This environment, this club is completely different than…