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New England at Chicago Fire

Type: MLS Regular Season
Date: 4-7-07
Time: 8:30PM
TV: TV 38, MLSNet
Radio: WRKO- 680AM, RevolutionSoccer.net
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Preview: New England Revolution at Chicago Fire
The New England Revolution travel to Chicago on Saturday to kick off their 2007 campaign.
By Sean Donahue April 05, 2007

Revs update: player moves, preseason destinations, and cup competitions
While David Beckhamís move to the Los Angeles Galaxy for what could reportedly bring the soccer star $250 million in the next five years is grabbing all the headlines, the New England Revolution have been busy themselves.
By Sean Donahue January 22, 2007

Beckham has immediate impact on MLS
David Beckham has yet to play a game for the Los Angeles Galaxy and likely will not until August, yet across Major League Soccer season ticket sales have been soaring thanks to the attention the former English National Team captain has brought to the league.
By Sean Donahue January 22, 2007

Revs fall at final hurdle again
Frisco, Texas - For the first time the Revolution had a shot at a title against a team other than the Los Angeles Galaxy. This time the Houston Dynamo was the opponent and the Revs looked for a reversal of fortune after having lost in their two previous MLS Cup final appearances in 2005 and 2002, as well as the US Open Cup final in 2001 to the Galaxy in overtime. While the opponent changed, the end result was the same as the Revs lost in even more dramatic and tragic fashion.
By Sean Donahue November 19, 2006

Scottish Champs impressed by MLS
Glasgow Celtic, the defending Scottish Premier League Champions, opted to spend part of their preseason in the US, where they faced two Major League Soccer teams. Celtic started their trip with a 4-0 loss to D.C. United on July 12th, who currently reside in first place in MLS. They then played Chivas de Guadalajara (Mexico) to a scoreless tie on July 14th, before drawing 1-1 with the New England Revolution on July 19th despite being outplayed.
By Sean Donahue July 20, 2006

Clint Dempsey leads Revs and US with style
In the aftermath of a disappointing World Cup for the US Menís National Team, both former Head Coach Bruce Arena and former captain Claudio Reyna have commented on the necessity of more players plying their trade in Europe for the US to advance. This belief, though held by many, fails to have much backing when one considers the best player for the US in this World Cup was in fact the New England Revolutionís own Clint Dempsey.
By Sean Donahue July 20, 2006

World Cup full of expectations, ends in great disappointment for the US
The US Menís National Soccer Teamís World Cup dreams came to a crashing halt on June 22nd as they lost to Group E underdogs Ghana. The USA managed only a single point in group play, losing to the Czech Republic, tying Italy and ending with a loss to Ghana. Going into the World Cup, the Czech Republic and Italy looked to be the favorites to advance with the USA as firm challengers and Ghana the unknown quantity. Group E, however, considered the ďgroup of deathĒ by many, proved to be just that as it was the only group in which no team had clinched a spot in the next round before their third game.
By Sean Donahue June 23, 2006

Injury depleted Revs struggle to get results despite good play
The New England Revolution have come away with three ties in a row, while without as many as 11 players due to injury in addition to missing two players to the World Cup. The Revs were missing Pat Noonan, Daniel Hernandez, James Riley, Joe Franchino, Khano Smith, Marshall Leonard, Doug Warren, Willie Sims, Jani Galik, Ryan Latham and Leandro de Oliveira for all or most of their recent matches due to injury in addition to Clint Dempsey (USA) and Avery John (Trinidad and Tobago) due to World Cup duty. Despite this, the Revs still outplayed many of their opponents and can feel unlucky to have only come away with three ties in three matches.
By Sean Donahue June 23, 2006

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