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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,

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Revolution Recap is a weekly review of the New England Revolution and Major League Soccer on Sundays from 7-8PM on WNRI 1380 during the MLS season, hosted by Sean Donahue. For more information visit

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Twellman silences critics with hat trick in USAís 5-0 victory over Norway
Taylor Twellman recorded just the 9th hat trick in US Menís National Team history in a 5-0 dismantling of Norway on January 29th.
By Sean Donahue February 01, 2006

Revs pick up three players in Superdraft
The New England Revolution picked up three attacking players and a partial allocation in the 2006 Superdraft. Forwards Willie Simms and Kyle Brown as well as midfielder Leandro de Oliveira came to the Revolution via the draft.
By Sean Donahue January 23, 2006

US get tough World Cup draw
The United States' Mens National Soccer Team missed being seeded for
the World Cup by one point and suffered the consequences by being
drawn with Italy, Czech Republic and Ghana.
By Sean Donahue January 03, 2006

Rematch with Galaxy in MLS Cup final brings same result
Frisco, Texas - The New England Revolution got their second shot at winning the MLS Cup and again it came against the Los Angeles Galaxy. While the teams have greatly changed since 2002, the end result was the same. The Galaxy won their second ever MLS Cup 1-0 in overtime thanks to a goal by Guatemalan Guillermo Ramirez in the 107th minute. Their only other MLS Cup coming in 2002 when Guatemalan Carlos Ruiz scored the game winner in the 113th minute in another 1-0 overtime win. The Revs went into the match as favorites with the better regular season record (17-7-8, 59 points) than the Galaxy (13-13-6, 45 points). The Revs scored 11 more goals than the Galaxy over the regular season, while allowing 8 less. None of this mattered in the final, however, as the Galaxy were the better team on the day and kept the Revs from winning their first ever championship.
By Sean Donahue November 19, 2005

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