England Revolution

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MLS Fair Play Award - Team Winners
... Kansas City Wizards Bob Gansler 2003 New England Revolution Steve Nicol 2004 Columbus Crew Greg Andrulis 2005 Kansas City Wizards Bob Gansler 2006 Kansas City Wizards Curt Onalfo ...
MLS Fair Play Award - Individual Winners
... Earthquakes 2006 Chris Klein Real Salt Lake 2007 Michael Parkhurst New England Revolution 2008 Michael Parkhurst New England Revolution 2009 Steve Ralston New ...
List Of Current American Soccer Players By US State - Massachusetts
... Geoff Cameron, Houston Dynamo Michael Fucito, Montreal Impact Tim Murray, New England Revolution Robbie Russell, D.C ... United Andrew Sousa, New England Revolution Chris Tierney, New England Revolution Michael Videira, Chicago Fire Sheanon Williams, Philadelphia Union ...
MLS Cup 2002
... match, was played between the New England Revolution and the Los Angeles Galaxy to decide the champion of the 2002 season ... finally won their first championship beating New England 1-0 in the second overtime on a sudden-death goal. 20, 2002 Los Angeles Galaxy 1 – 0 (2OT) New England Revolution Gillette Stadium Foxborough, Massachusetts Attendance 61,316 Weather Sunny, 56°F Referee Kevin Terry Network TV ...
MLS Cup 2006 - MLS Cup Playoffs
... New England rallied from a 2-0 aggregate deficit in the second leg to force penalty kicks against Chicago, winning the shootout to advance ... In the conference finals, New England used an early Taylor Twellman goal to knock off the MLS Supporters' Shield winners and qualify for its third title game in five years ... United 0 Eastern Conference 2 New England Revolution 3 ... Chicago Fire (AET, PSO) 1. 2(2) 2 New England Revolution 2. 2(4) E New England Revolution 1(3) W Houston Dynamo (AET, PSO) 1(4 ...

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