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REVOLUTION vs. CD CHIVAS USA - Saturday, May 13, 2006 - 7 P.M. ET 


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New England Revolution Game Notes 

May 13, 2006 at 7 p.m. ET 



New England vs. CD Chivas USA 
(2-2-1, 7 PTS.) (1-2-1, 4 PTS.) 


Match Information 


Date: Saturday, May 13, 2006 
Time: 7 p.m. ET 

Location: Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, Mass. 

TV: FSN (Brad Feldman - play-by-play, Greg Lalas - analyst) 
Satellite Information: KU BAND SBS 6 Tr. 11A Upper, Uplink: 
14271(V), Downlink: 11971(H), Symbol Rate: 6.1113 
Radio: WRKO 680 AM 

Spanish Radio: WJDA 1300 AM (Pedro Rosalez - play-by-play, 
Marino Velasquez - analyst, Baltazar Palencia - sideline) 

Referee: Mark Geiger 

Referee's Assistants: Paul Scott, CJ Morgante 
Fourth Official: Erich Simmons 

Revolution Media Contacts: 

Brad Feldman (o: 508-384-9216) (c: 774-406-7038) 

Lizz Summers (o: 508-549-0496) (c: 617-571-2219) 

Chivas USA Media Contacts: 

Keegan Pierce (310-630-4575) (c: 310-595-5264) 

Rigo Cervantez (310-630-4554) (c: 310-270-6394) 


Probable Starters 


20 TWELLMAN 

14 RALSTON sgp, sgs, 2G, oa 17 BROWN 

3GP, 3GS, 1G, 0A 3GP, 0GS, 0G, 0A 

8 FRANCHINO 25 DORMAN 

3GP, 3GS, 0 G, 0A 7 CANCELA 21 JOSEPH 5GP, 5GS, 0 G, 2A 

3GP, 2GS, 0 G, 3A 5GP, 5 GS, 2 G, 0 A 


16 RILEY 15 PARKHURST 6 HEAPS 

5GP, 5GS, 0G, 0A 3GP, 3GS, 0G, 0A 5GP, 5GS, 0G, 0A 


1 REIS 

5GP, 5GS, 0.60 GAA 


REVOLUTION INJURY REPORT 


PROBABLE - Joe Franchino - Hamstring Strain (R) 
PROBABLE - Steve Ralston - Groin Strain (L) 
QUESTIONABLE - Jani Galik - Hamstring Strain (R) 
QUESTIONABLE - Ryan Latham - Abdominal Strain 
QUESTIONABLE - Pat Noonan - Hamstring Strain (R) 
QUESTIONABLE - Doug Warren - Abdominal Strain (L) 
DOUBTFUL - Leandro de Oliveira - Knee Sprain (R) 
OUT - Daniel Hernandez - Ankle Sprain (L) 

OUT - Marshall Leonard - Achilles Repair (L) 

OUT - Khano Smith - Knee Sprain (L) 



6 Revolution Schedule 


OVERALL RECORD: 

: 2-2-1 



HOME: 1-1-0 AWAY: 1-1-1 


DATE 

OPPONENT 

TIME/RESULT 

TV 

Sat., April 1 

at Los Angeles Galaxy 

W 1-0 

ESPN2 

Sat., April 8 

at New York Red Bulls 

T 0-0 

WB56 

Sat., April 15 

at Kansas City Wizards 

L 0-1 

WB56 

Sun., April 30 CHICAGO FIRE 

L 1-2 

WB56 

Sat., May 6 

LOS ANGELES GALAXY 

W 4-0 

ESPN2 

Sat., May 13 

CD CHIVAS USA 

7:00 PM 

FSN 

Sat., May 20 

at FC Dallas 

8:30 PM 

WB56 

Sat., May 27 

HOUSTON DYNAMO 

7:30 PM 

FSN 

Sat., June 3 

at D.C. United 

7:30 PM 

WB56 

Sun., June 11 

at Chicago Fire 

7:00 PM 

FSN 

Sat., June 17 

D.C. UNITED 

6:00 PM 

FSN 

1 Wed., June 21 at Columbus Crew 

7:30 PM 

FSN 

1 Sat., June 24 

at Real Salt Lake 

9:00 PM 

FSN 

Wed., June 28 FC DALLAS 

7:30 PM 

FSN 

Sat., July 1 

NEW YORK RED BULLS 

6:00 PM 

ESPN2 

Tues., July 4 

at Colorado Rapids 

9:30 PM 

FSN 

Sat., July 8 

at Chicago Fire 

8:30 PM 

WB56 

Fri., July 14 

REAL SALT LAKE 

7:30 PM 

FSN 

Wed., July 19 

at Kansas City Wizards 

8:30 PM 

FSN 

Sat., July 22 

at Houston Dynamo 

8:30 PM 

WB56 

Wed., July 26 D.C. UNITED 

7:00 PM 

ESPN2 

1 Sun., Aug. 6 

at CD Chivas USA 

TBA 

TBA 

| Wed., Aug. 9 

KANSAS CITY WIZARDS 

7:30 PM 

FSN 

Sun., Aug. 20 CHICAGO FIRE 

3:00 PM 

WB56 

Sun., Aug. 27 COLUMBUS CREW 

7:00 PM 

FSN 

Sat., Sept. 2 

at Columbus Crew 

7:30 PM 

WB56 

Sat., Sept. 9 

NEW YORK RED BULLS 

7:30 PM 

WB56 

Sat., Sept. 20 

at New York Red Bulls 

7:30 PM 

FSN 

Wed., Sept. 23 KANSAS CITY WIZARDS 

7:30 PM 

WB56 

Sat., Sept. 30 

COLORADO RAPIDS 

7:30 PM 

FSN 

Sat., Oct. 7 

at D.C. United 

7:30 PM 

WB56 

Sat., Oct. 14 

COLUMBUS CREW 

7:30 PM 

WB56 





Revs Available Substitutes 





GP 

GS 

G 

A 

5 

Willie Sims 

FWD 

1 

0 

0 

0 

11 

Pat Noonan 

FWD 

3 

3 

0 

0 

12 

Doug Warren 

GK 

0 

0 

0.00 

GAA 

17 

Kyle Brown 

FWD 

3 

0 

0 

0 

19 

Tony Lochhead 

M/D 

2 

1 

0 

0 

23 

Leandro de Oliveira 

F/M 

0 

0 

0 

0 

27 

Jani Galik 

MID 

0 

0 

0 

0 

28 

Pat Haggerty 

DEF 

0 

0 

0 

0 

30 

Ryan Latham 

F/M 

0 

0 

0 

0 

31 

Jeff Larentowicz 

DEF 

0 

0 

0 

0 

34 

T.J. Tomasso 

GK 

0 

0 

0.00 

GAA 


UNAVAILABLE - INTERNATIONAL CALL-UPS 


U.S. FIFA World Cup Team 

2 Clint Dempsey F/M 5 5 10 

Trinidad & Tobago FIFA World Cup Team 

4 Avery John DEF 0 0 0 0 


























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Revolution vs. Chivas USA 



Overall: 

1-1-0 




Home: 1-0-0 Away: 0-1-0 


DATE 


SCORE 

RESULT 


04/30/2005 

NE 1 vs. CHV 0 

W 


07/22/2005 

NE 0 at CHV 1 

L 


I GOALS SCORED IN 15-MINUTE INTERVALS 


1 

-15 

16-30 31-45 46-60 

61-75 76-90 OT Total 

NE 

0 

0 0 0 

0 1 0 

1 

CHV 

0 

0 1 0 

0 0 0 

1 

1 STATISTICAL BREAKDOWN 





Revolution 

Chivas USA 


Category 

1 

2 OT Tot. 

1 2 OT 

Tot. 

Goals 

0 

1 0 1 

1 0 0 

1 

Shots 

8 

18 0 26 

10 4 0 

14 

SOG 

3 

8 0 11 

5 3 0 

8 

Fouls 

16 

14 0 30 

23 23 0 

46 

Offsides 

2 

1 0 3 

4 5 0 

9 

Corners 

7 

11 0 18 

5 2 0 

7 

1 ALL-TIME REGULAR-SEASON SERIES LEADERS 




Revolution 

Chivas USA 


Goals 


1 Clint Dempsey 

1 Douglas Sequeira 


Assists 


1 Marshall Leonard 

1 Martinez/Mendoza 


Shots 


8 Taylor Twellman 

3 Isaac Romo 


Shots on Goal 

3 Clint Dempsey 

3 Isaac Romo 


Fouls Committed 5 Avery John 

6 Thiago Martins 


Fouls Suffered 

6 Marshall Leonard 

4 Armando Begines 


Wins 


1 Matt Reis 

1 Brad Guzan 


Losses 


1 Matt Reis 

1 Brad Guzan 


Shutouts 


1 Matt Reis 

1 Brad Guzan 


Saves 


7 Matt Reis 

9 Brad Guzan 


Goals Allowed 

1 Matt Reis 

1 Brad Guzan 




NEXT GAME 



NEW ENGLAND REVOLUTION vs. FC DALLAS 

(2-2-1, 7 PTS.) (3-1 -2,11 PTS.) 


Saturday, May 20 - 8:30 p.m. 

Pizza Hut Park, Frisco, Texas 
TV: WB56 Radio: WRKO 680 AM 
All-Time Series: Series: New England leads, 16-8-1 


















REVOLUTION vs. CD CHIVAS USA - Saturday, May 13, 2006 - 7 P.M. ET 

Last Meeting vs. Chivas USA 


Chivas USA 1, Revolution 0 

The Home Depot Center, Carson, Calif. 

7/22/05 

Carson, Calif. - The New England Revolution (10-3-5, 35 points.) dropped a 1-0 decision to CD Chivas USA (3-14-3,12 pts.) at the Home Depot Center on Friday, July 22, 2005. Chivas USA’s goal 
came in the 38th minute when midfielder Douglas Sequeira scored his second tally of the season. The Revs were missing U.S. National Team players Clint Dempsey, Steve Ralston and Pat Noonan, 
all of whom were still participating in the CONCACAF Gold Cup. Chivas USA was without suspended striker Thiago Martins. 

Chivas USA got on the board in the 38th minute when Sequeira netted his second score of the season. Antonio Martinez dribbled the ball up the left flank and sent a cross into the area. Revs keeper 
Matt Reis charged off his line to punch the ball clear, however, Sequeira got his head on the ball and knocked it into the back left corner at the near post to give Chivas USA the 1-0 lead. 

In the seventh minute, the Revs had the first chance of the match after New England forward Taylor Twellman had a breakaway into the area. After Twellman carried the ball up the center channel 30 
yards, he was challenged by Chivas USA defender Ezra Hendrickson. Twellman backheeled a ball to his left to forward Khano Smith, who one-timed a blast, but misdirected his shot and it went high 
and the game remained scoreless. 

Other than the Revs chance in the seventh, Chivas USA controlled much of the play of the game for the first 25 minutes of the game. Chivas USA earned three corner kicks in that time and 
possessed the ball in their attacking third of the field for much of the time. The teams entered the locker rooms at halftime with Chivas USA owning the lead, as well as the entire first half. Chivas USA 
outshot the Revs 6-2 with four shots on goal to the Revs’ zero in the first half. Chivas USA was awarded five corner kicks to New England’s one. 

New England looked to tie the game in the 56th minute when Twellman went close on a header in front of goal. Revs defender Avery John lofted a ball up the center channel from the top of New 
England’s defending area. Revs midfielder Shalrie Joseph then leapt and headed the ball forward to Twellman. Twellman got off a powerful header, but the ball went just inches high and bounced off 
the top netting of the goal to allow Chivas USA to retain their one-goal line. 

In the 78th minute Twellman made another opportunity to tie the score by carrying the ball in toward the area from the left flank. When challenged by Sequeira, Twellman pulled the ball to his right to 
get past the midfielder and then blasted a bullet to the upper right corner. Twellman’s shot, however, went wide right by just a few inches. 

In the 80th minute, Heaps served an angled cross ball from the right flank to substitute forward Connally Edozien on the left post. Edozien headed a low ball down to the lower corner, but Guzan 
landed on top of the ball and the play was reset. In the 84th minute of the match, Revs midfielder James Riley blasted a shot into the area that was deflected off of Hendrickson’s hand and gathered 
by Chivas USA’ defense. Prus, however, did not award the penalty kick and Chivas USA regained possession. In the 96th minute of the match, Revs midfielder Andy Dorman had an opportunity on 
the left post and tried to skip the ball over Guzan’s head. Guzan jumped up and grabbed the ball for the save and New England lost 1-0. 



SCORING SUMMARY: CHV - Sequeira (Martinez) 38’. NER- Reis, Heaps, Parkhurst, John, Franchino, Cancela (Leonard, 46’), Joseph, Dorman, Riley (Latham, 83’), Twellman, Smith (Edozien, 
46’). Substitutes Not Used: Warren, Vercollone. TOTAL SHOTS: 11 (Twellman 5); SHOTS ON GOAL: 2 (Dorman, Edozien 1); FOULS: 22 (Twellman 4); OFFSIDES: 2 (Smith, Twellman 1); 
CORNER KICKS: 5 (Dorman 5); SAVES: 5 (Reis 5). CHV - Guzan, Hendrickson, Gomez, Begines, Ochoa, Ramirez (Arias, 68’), Sequeira, Mendoza, Torres, Romo (Cuadros,68’), Martinez. 
Substitutes Not Used: Barragan, Munoz, Blanco, Lopez, Jimenez. TOTAL SHOTS: 9 (Romo 3); SHOTS ON GOAL: 6 (Romo 3); FOULS: 18 (Ochoa 4); OFFSIDES: 4 (Romo 2); CORNER KICKS: 
7 (Martinez 4); SAVES: 2 (Guzan 2).Misconduct Summary: NER - Heaps (y - tackle from behind) 81 ’; Franchino (y - reckless foul) 87’; Dorman (y - Dissent) 91 +’. 


LAST MATCH 


Revolution 4, Galaxy 0 

Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, Mass. 

5/6/06 

Foxborough, Mass. - Midfielder Shalrie Joseph scored two goals as the New England Revolution exploded for four goals in a 4-0 victory over Los Angeles Galaxy last Saturday afternoon at Gillette 
Stadium. The Revs’ four-goal output doubled the team’s season to-date total of two and was the squad’s highest output since Sept. 17, 2005, which also marked Joseph’s last two-goal effort (a 5-4 
loss at the New York MetroStars). The result was the Revs’ widest margin of victory since the club defeated the Colorado Rapids 6-1 on Sept. 18, 2004 at Gillette Stadium. 

New England (2-2-1, 7 pts.) snapped its two-game skid and won its second match of the year against the Galaxy (2-3-1, 7 pts.). In 2006, the Revolution has outscored Los Angeles 5-0 as the teams 

met in the season opener in Carson, Calif., with New England winning, 1-0. The game was also a rematch of MLS Cup 2005, which the Galaxy won, 1-0 in double overtime. The victory was New 
England’s first of the season at Gillette Stadium, while LA’s loss marked its first road defeat of the campaign. 

Revolution keeper Matt Reis recorded his third shutout of the season - and his club record 16th of his career - with the three-save effort as New England out-shot the Galaxy 13-6, including a 8-3 
margin in the first half. 

Forward Taylor Twellman put the Revs on the board early, striking in the fifth minute with an unassisted tally. After an LA turnover in its own defensive zone, Jose Cancela broke in down the center 
channel and tried to flip the ball to Clint Dempsey near the top of the scoring area. However, Los Angeles keeper Kevin Hartman deflected the ball right to Twellman, who was streaking down the 
right side. Twellman buried a right-footed shot from 15 yards out into the near corner of the net for the 1-0 New England lead. 

Dempsey, playing in his final New England game before leaving to train with the 2006 U.S. National Team in preparation for the FIFA World Cup, nearly put the Revs up 2-0 in the 19th minute. His 

angled shot from three yards out beat Hartman to the near post, but kicked off the far goalpost. Steve Ralston, however, succeeded in setting a 2-0 advantage when he converted a Cancela free 
kick in the 39th minute. Cancela sent the ball square to Ralston who was open at the top of the box, where he beat the keeper to the near post with a right-footed shot. Ralston was making his first 
appearance for New England - missing two games - since suffering a groin injury during U.S. National Team duty against Jamaica on April 11 in Cary, N.C. 

Joseph sent the Revolution into halftime with a 3-0 lead when he buried a Cancela pass in the back of the net with a powerful header in the 43rd minute. Cancela curled a free kick from the right 

flank into the six-yard box and Joseph slipped his marker to head home the shot. 

Holding a 3-0 lead and maintaining a significant advantage in possession, New England continued to pressure in the second half. Los Angeles’ most significant chance came in the 63rd minute 
when Landon Donovan latched onto an angled cross from the midfield and sent a hard, headed shot on Reis from five yards out on a severe angle. Reis made the initial save at the near, left post 
and then the Revs won the scramble in front of the goal for the rebound and clearing the ball. 

New England continued to attack, and in the 69th minute, LA defender Chris Albright pulled down Twellman in the penalty area, setting up a spot kick for Joseph. Hartman guessed correctly as 

Joseph went low to the left with the kick, but the Revs’ Grenada international beat Hartman to the corner for the Revolution’s fourth goal of the game. 


| May 6, 2006 

1 

2 

_ F J| 

Los Angeles 

0 

0 

0 

New England 

3 

1 

4 


SCORING SUMMARY: NE - Taylor Twellman (unassisted) 5, NE - Steve Ralston (Jose Cancela) 39, NE - Shalrie Joseph (Cancela) 43, NE - Joseph (penalty kick) 70. Los Angles Galaxy - Kevin 
Hartman, Chris Albright, Ugo Ihemelu, Kyle Veris, Todd Dunivant, Tyrone Marshall (Joseph Ngwenya 46), Cobi Jones (Thiago 70), Marcelo Saragosa, Paulo Nagamura, Herculez Gomez, Landon 
Donovan (Ned Grabavoy 78). Substitutes not used: Steve Cronin, Marc Burch, Brian Dunseth, Nathan Sturgis TOTAL SHOTS: 6 (Donovan 3), SHOTS ON GOAL: 3 (Donovan 2), FOULS 21 
(Saragosa 5), OFFSIDES 2 (Gomez, Jones), CORNER KICKS 4 (Donovan 4). New England Revolution - Matt Reis, James Riley, Michael Parkhurst, Jay Heaps, Andy Dorman, Daniel Hernandez 
(Tony Lochhead 23), Shalrie Joseph, Steve Ralston (Jeff Larentowicz 73), Jose Cancela, Clint Dempsey (Kyle Brown 77), Taylor Twellman. Substitutes not used: T.J. Tomasso, John Avery, Willie 
Sims, Pat Haggerty TOTAL SHOTS: 13 (Dempsey 3, Twellman 3), SHOTS ON GOAL 9 (Three with two each), FOULS 16 (Twellman 3), OFFSIDES 1 (Dempsey), CORNER KICKS 3 (Cancela 3). 
MISCONDUCT SUMMARY: NE - Dorman (pushing, holding) 7, LA - Saragosa (pushing, holding) 26, NE - Joseph (pushing, holding) 60, NE - Riley (pushing, holding) 70 














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I 2006 New England Revolution Alphabetical Roster 

# 

Plaver 

Pos. 

Ht. 

Wt. 

Birthdate Hometown 

Colleqe 

17 

Kvle Brown 

FWD 

5-11 

165 

08/10/1983 Southlake. TX 

Tulsa 

7 

Jose Cancela 

MID 

5-9 

161 

06/25/1976 Santa Lucia, Uruauav 


2 

Clint Demosev 

M/F 

6-1 

185 

03/09/1983 Nacoadoches, TX 

Furman 

25 

Andv Dorman 

MID 

6-0 

150 

05/01/1982 Flintshire, Wales 

Boston University 

8 

Joe Franchino 

DEF 

5-9 

165 

08/09/1976 AltaLoma. CA 

Washinaton 

27 

Jani Galik 

MID 

6-1 

180 

09/10/1984 Sarasota, FL 


28 

Pat Haaaertv 

DEF 

6-3 

185 

02/21/1983 Lawrenceville. NJ 

Boston Colleae 

6 

Jav Heaps 

DEF 

BS8SB 

155 

08/02/1976 Lonameadow, MA 

Duke 

3 

Daniel Hernandez 

M/D 

6-0 

180 

06/23/1976 Tvler, Texas 

Southern Methodist 

4 

Averv John 

DEF 

6-0 

170 

06/18/1975 Vance River, Trinidad 

American University 

21 

Shalrie Joseph 

MID 

6-3 

180 

05/24/1978 Brooklyn. NY 

St. John's (NY) 

31 

Jeff Larentowicz 

DEF 

6-1 

175 

08/05/1983 West Chester, PA 

Brown 

30 

Rvan Latham 

FWD 

5-11 

175 

11/18/1982 Dallas. TX 

Southern Methodist 

22 

Marshall Leonard 

M/D 

5-8 

165 

12/29/1980 Midland, GA 

Virainia 

19 

Tonv Lochhead 

DEF 

6-0 

175 

01/12/1982 Tauranaa, New Zealand 

UCSB 

11 

Pat Noonan 

F/M 

6-0 

170 

08/02/1980 Ballwin, MO 

Indiana 

23 

Leandro de Oliveira 

M/F 

5-8 

155 

11/30/1982 Sao Paolo. Brazil 

Alabama-Birminaham 

15 

Michael Parkhurst 

DEF 

5-11 

155 

01/24/1984 Cranston, Rl 

Wake Forest 

14 

Steve Ralston 

M/D 

5-9 

160 

06/14/1974 St. Louis. MO 

Florida International 

1 

Matt Reis 

GK 

6-1 

196 

03/28/1975 Mission Vieio, CA 

UCLA 

5 

Willie Sims 

FWD 


150 

01/18/1984 Los Anaeles, CA 

Cal St. - Northridae 

16 

James Rilev 

D/M 

5-10 

150 

10/27/1982 Colorado Sprinas, CO 

Wake Forest 

18 

Khano Smith 

F/M 

6-3 

190 

01/10/1981 Warwick, Bermuda 

Lees-McRae 

34 

T.J. Tomasso 

GK 

6-0 

184 

09/10/1983 Canton, Michiaan 

Southern Methodist 

20 

Tavlor Twellman 

FWD 

5-11 

170 

02/29/1980 St. Louis. MO 

Maryland 

12 

Doua Warren 

GK 

6-0 

190 

03/18/1981 Hoffman Estates. IL 

Clemson 


2006 New England Revolution Numerical Roster 

# 

Plaver 

Pos. 

Pronunciation 

Place of Birth 

Last Team 

i 

Matt Reis 

GK 

REESE 

Atlanta, GA 

Los Anaeles (MLS) 

2 

Clint Dempsev 

MID 



Nacoadoches, TX 

Furman 

3 

Daniel Hernandez 

M/D 



Tvler, Texas 

Necaxa (Mexico) 

4 

Averv John 

DEF 



Point Fortin, Trinidad 

Lonaford Town (Rep. Ireland) 

5 

Willie Sims 

FWD 



Guatemala Citv, Guatemala 

Cal State Northridae 

6 

Jav Heaps 

DEF 



Nashua. NH 

Miami (MLS) 

7 

Jose Cancela 

MID 

can-SAY-lah 

Montevideo, Uruauav 

Deportivo Saprissa (Costa Rica) 

8 

Joe Franchino 

DEF 

fran-CHEE-no 

Fontana, CA 

Los Anaeles (MLS) 

11 

Pat Noonan 

F/M 



Ballwin, MO 

Indiana 

12 

Doua Warren 

GK 



Palatine, IL 

D.C. United(MLS) 

14 

Steve Ralston 

M/D 

RAWL-stun 

St. Louis, MO 

Tampa Bav (MLS) 

15 

Michael Parkhurst 

DEF 



Providence. Rl 

Wake Forest 

16 

James Rilev 

D/M 



Colorado Sprinas, CO 

Wake Forest 

17 

Kvle Brown 

FWD 



Tulsa, OK 

Chicaao Fire Premier (PDL) 

18 

Khano Smith 

FWD 

KAHN-oh 

Paaet, Bermuda 

Dandv Town (BER) 

19 

Tonv Lochhead 

DEF 

LOCK-head 

Tauranaa, New Zealand 

Oranae Countv Blue Star (PDL) 

20 

Tavlor Twellman 

FWD 



Minneapolis, MN 

1860 Munich (Germany) 

21 

Shalrie Joseph 

MID 

shal-REE 

Saint Georae, Grenada 

N.Y. Freedoms (USL) 

22 

Marshall Leonard 

D/M 



El Paso, TX 

Virainia 

23 

Leandro de Oliveira 

M/F 

olive-EH-ra 

Sao Paolo, Brazil 

Austin Capitol SC 

25 

Andv Dorman 

MID 



Chester, Enaland 

Boston University 

27 

Jani Galik 

MID 

YAH-nee aeh-lik 

Prerov, Czech Republic 

Bradenton Academics (PDL) 

28 

Pat Haaaertv 

DEF 



Lawrenceville, NJ 

Boston Colleae 

30 

Rvan Latham 

FWD 



Rockwall. TX 

Southern Methodist 

31 

Jeff Larentowicz 

DEF 

Lah-REN-tow-itz 

Pasadena, CA 

Brown 

34 

T.J. Tomasso 

GK 

Toe-MAH-so 

Hackensack, NJ 

Southern Methodist 


Head Coach: Steve Nicol 

Assistant Coaches: Paul Mariner, David Vanole 
General Manager: Craig Tornberg 
Director of Soccer: Mike Burns 
Director of Communications: Brad Feldman 


Team Physicians: Bertram Zarins, M.D., Kai Mithoefer, M.D 
Head Athletic Trainer: Steven Glazier 
Massage Therapist: Glenn O’Connor 
Chiropractor: Dr. Michael Weinman 
Equipment Manager: Brian Banfill 






























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New England Revolution - 

20( 

)6 Statistics 








UNF 

POS 

PLAYER 

GP 

GS 

MIN 

G 

A 

SHT 

SOG 

FC 

FS 

OFF 

CK 

C 

E 

21 

DEF 

Shalrie Joseph 

5 

5 

450 

2 

0 

7 

4 

10 

12 

0 

0 

2 

0 

20 

FWD 

Tavlor Twellman 

5 

5 

KMt 1 

2 

0 

11 

4 

7 

10 

7 

0 

0 

0 

2 

FWD 

Clint Demosev 

5 

5 

437 

1 

0 

13 

5 

9 

17 

3 

0 

1 

0 

14 

MID 

Steve Ralston 

3 

3 

253 

1 

0 

4 

2 

3 

5 

0 

0 

0 

0 

7 

MID 

Jose Cancela 

3 

2 

225 

0 

3 

7 

3 

4 

13 

0 

16 

0 

0 

25 

MID 

Andv Dorman 

5 

5 

450 

0 

2 

6 

4 

7 

3 

0 

13 

2 

0 

17 

FWD 

Kvle Brown 

3 

0 

65 

0 

0 

0 

0 

1 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

8 

DEF 

Joe Franchino 

3 

3 

149 

0 

0 

1 

0 

2 

2 

0 

0 

0 

0 

6 

M/D 

Jav Heaos 

5 

5 

450 

0 

0 

3 

0 

4 

5 

0 

0 

1 

0 

3 

M/D 

Daniel Hernandez 

5 

5 

384 

0 

0 

1 

0 

8 

5 

0 

0 

3 

0 

31 

DEF 

Jeff Larentowicz 

1 

0 

17 

0 

0 

0 

0 

1 

1 

0 

0 

0 

0 

22 

MID 

Marshall Leonard 

1 

0 

76 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

19 

M/D 

Tonv Lochhead 

2 

1 

143 

0 

0 

0 

0 

5 

1 

0 

0 

0 

0 

11 

FWD 

Pat Noonan 

3 

3 

225 

0 

0 

1 

1 

2 

4 

3 

0 

1 

0 

15 

DEF 

Michael Parkhurst 

3 

3 

270 

0 

0 

0 

0 

1 

4 

0 

0 

0 

0 

1 

GK 

Matt Reis 

5 

5 

450 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

2 

0 

0 

0 

0 

16 

D/M 

James Rilev 

5 

5 

443 

0 

0 

1 

1 

8 

3 

0 

0 

3 

0 

5 

FWD 

Willie Sims 

1 

0 

13 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

23 

MID 

Leandro de Oliveira 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

27 

MID 

Jani Galik 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

28 

DEF 

Pat Haaaertv 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

4 

DEF 

Averv John 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

30 

FWD 

Rvan Latham 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

18 

FWD 

Khano Smith 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

34 

GK 

T.J. Tomasso 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

12 

GK 

Doua Warren 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 



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5 

450 

6 

5 

55 

24 

72 

88 

13 

29 

13 

0 



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5 

5 

450 

3 

2 

53 

22 

93 

69 

8 

25 

6 

0 


GAME-WINNING GOALS: Taylor Twellman 1, Clint Dempsey 1. 

GAME-WINNING ASSISTS: Andy Dorman 1. 

PENALTY KICK GOALS/ATTEMPTS: Shalrie Joseph 1-1 


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SV 

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GAA 

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PA 

W 

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5 

5 

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22 

18 

3 

0.60 

0 

1 

2 

2 

1 

3 

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5 

450 

22 

18 

3 

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2 

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| New England Revolution Recent Dates of Note j 


May 2, 2006 

April 18, 2006 
April 11, 2006 


F Clint Dempsey was selected to the U.S.’s 23-man 2006 FIFA World Cup roster; F Taylor Twellman, F Pat Noonan, M Steve Ralston and GK Matt 
Reis were chosen as alternates to the squad. 

Announced that Brian Bilello has been named Chief Operating Officer of the Revolution. 

F Clint Dempsey, M Pat Noonan, M Steve Ralston and F Taylor Twellman all played for the U.S. vs. Jamaica in a 1-1 draw with Jamaica in Cary, 
N.C. 


March 31, 2006 Announced the signings of F/M Leandro de Oliveira, F Kyle Brown, D Pat Haggerty and M Jani Galik. 

March 13, 2006 Announced that M/F Clint Dempsey was suspended for two weeks for conduct detrimental to the team. 

March 1, 2006 Clint Dempsey scored the lone goal of the match in the 48th minute from an assist by Taylor Twellman in a 1-0 U.S. victory over Poland in 

Kaiserslautern, Germany. 


February 10, 2006 The U.S. posted a 3-2 victory against Japan San Francisco, Calif. F Taylor Twellman continued his hot streak as he was involved in all three U.S. 
goals, setting up Eddie Pope and M Clint Dempsey in the first half before scoring the eventual game-winner off a corner kick. 


January 29, 2006 
January 26, 2006 

January 22, 2006 
January 20, 2006 


F Taylor Twellman scored a hat trick from in a U.S. National Team 5-0 win over Norway in Carson, Calif. 

Selected four players in the 2006 MLS Supplemental Draft: In the first round (11th overall), the Revs selected D/M Danny Wynn out of St. Louis 
University. In the second round (23rd overall), the Revs chose D John Queeley of North Carolina State University. In the third round (35th overall) 
New England chose Adam Williamson from Lehigh University as well as Matt Wieland out of Creighton University (fourth round, 47th overall). 

GK Matt Reis posted a shutout in his first international appearance as the U.S. Men's National Team opened up their 2006 campaign with a 0-0 draw 
against Canada at Torero Stadium in San Diego. 

Selected M/F Leandro de Oliveira (Alabama-Birmingham) in the first round (11 th overall) of the 2006 MLS SuperDraft in Philadelphia. Also selected F 
Willie Sims (Cal State University, Northridge) and F Kyle Brown (University of Tulsa) and acquired an allocation from the Columbus Crew in 
exchange for two draft picks. 


December 6, 2005 Announced that F Taylor Twellman (hernia) and M Marshall Leonard (groin) both underwent successful minor surgical procedures. 

November 16, 2005 Placed seven players on waivers: F/M Connally Edozien, M Gilberto Flores, F Jamie Holmes, M/F Ricardo Phillips, M Marcos Romaneiro, M 
Luke Vercollone, and D/M Easton Wilson. 








































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Miscellaneous Team Notes 


Series History ... CD Chivas USA owns the shortest series 
history against the New England Revolution of any team ... the 
teams have met twice - both times coming in 2005 in Chivas’ 
first year of play ... each team won on its home pitch, as both 
games were decided by a 1-0 score ... on April 30, the 
Revolution topped Chivas USA, 1-0, at Gillette Stadium behind 
Clint Dempsey’s 88 th minute goal from Marshall Leonard and 
Matt Reis’ two-save shutout... on July 22, the teams met at 
The Home Depot Center in Carson, Calif., where Chivas USA 
won, 1-0, on Douglas Sequeira’s 38 th -minute tally ... in total, 
the Revolution outshot Chivas, 26-14, in the first year of play. 

Budweiser Hispanic Heritage Day ... Saturday’s game 
against CD Chivas USA is Budweiser Hispanic Heritage Day 

at Gillette Stadium, celebrating Hispanic culture ... music, 
cultural foods and entertainment will be featured as part of the 
night’s festivities ... in conjunction with the game, two Chivas 
stars - Paco Palencia, Juan Pablo Garcia - will host a 
postgame meet and greet with selected fans ... famed Mexican 
and Latin American recording artist Veronica Robles, well 
known as “La Mera, Mera,” will perform the National Anthem 
prior to the game, and a 10-piece mariachi band will also 
perform during pregame festivities ... the Mexican folkloric 
dance troupe Xucipilli Danza y Cultura will also be on hand to 
perform during pregame activities, and will also present a half¬ 
time show ... additionally, the Gillette Stadium concession 
stands will feature a selection of Hispanic-themed foods. 

Reserves Return to Action ... The New England Revolution 
Reserves will also be in action this weekend when they face 
the CD Chivas USA Reserves in a 10 a.m. match on Sunday, 
May 14 at the Lower Practice Field at Gillette Stadium. 

Notes About Last Saturday’s Attack ... Saturday’s four- 
goal explosion against Los Angeles was New England’s 
highest scoring output since the team also netted four goals at 
New York, Sept. 17, 2005 (a 5-4 loss)... the four-goal margin 
of victory was the team’s largest since its five-goal win against 
Colorado on Sept. 18, 2004 (a 6-1 win)... the four-goal gap is 
MLS’ largest margin of victory in 2006 ... the team’s four goals 
is MLS’ second-highest scoring total on the year (Houston 
scored five goals against Colorado on April 2)... the Revs’ 
three first-half goals are tied for the most goals scored in a half 
this season in MLS ... New England’s three goals more than 
doubled the team’s season-to-date, four-game total (two) 
entering the match. 

Dempsey & John Departing for Duty ... On Saturday, May 6 
against Los Angeles, forward Clint Dempsey played his final 
game for New England before he reported for U.S. National 
Team camp in Cary, N.C. on Wednesday, May 10 ... Dempsey 
was one of 23 players selected to the U.S. roster for the 2006 
FIFA World Cup, which will be played in Germany in June and 
July ... the United States will play in Group E with the Czech 
Republic, Ghana and Italy with the Americans’ final group 
match scheduled for June 22 ... Revs defender Avery John 
departed the team on Sunday, May 7, to join the Trinidad & 
Tobago National Team camp where the “Soca Warriors” 
prepare for the 2006 FIFA World Cup. 

Dempsey’s Selection was “Hot” News ... With his selection 
to the U.S. World Cup roster, Clint Dempsey became hot 
property ... he was featured in an eight-minute live interview on 
ESPNews on Wednesday, May 3 in the “Hot List” segment... 
Dempsey discussed his selection, the role of MLS players on 


the roster and the U.S.’s chances at the upcoming World Cup 
in Germany. 

Awaiting Word on Representation ... Revolution forward 
Taylor Twellman, forward Pat Noonan, midfielder Steve 
Ralston and goalkeeper Matt Reis were selected as 
alternates to the U.S.’s 2006 FIFA World Cup squad ... all four 
players will remain with the Revolution and will join the U.S. 
National Team if needed. 

Rallie Returns ... Midfielder Steve Ralston returned from a 
two-game injury absence on Saturday, May 6 against Los 
Angeles, starting on the left side and playing 73 minutes ... 
Ralston scored his first goal of the season on his only shot of 
the game, a free kick feed from Jose Cancela in the 39 th 
minute ... Ralston missed both the Kansas City (April 15) and 
Chicago (April 30) matches after suffering a right groin injury 
during U.S. National Team duty against Jamaica on April 11 in 
Cary, N.C. 

The Iron Man ... Revolution midfielder Steve Ralston, the 
all-time career minutes played leader in MLS, become the first 
player in league history to break the 25,000 minutes played 
mark on April 8 at New York ... Ralston enters the Chivas 
match having played 25,118 regular season minutes with the 
Tampa Bay Mutiny (1996-2001) and New England (2002- 
present) ... Ralston also is the all-time career leader in games 
started with 282 ... this past Saturday, against Los Angeles on 
May 6, Ralston moved into a tie for second on the all-time 
games started list with Mark Chung, who retired this past off¬ 
season. 

Lending a Helping Hand ... Steve Ralston is also 
prominently listed in the MLS record books for assists, entering 
Saturday’s game ranked third in MLS history with 102 ... 
Ralston is 10 assists shy of second place, held by Preki ... 
Carlos Valderamma is the career leader with 114 assists ... 
with both Valderamma and Preki retired from the league, 
Ralston is the active career leader in the category. 

Joseph’s Day is Twice as Nice ... Midfielder Shalrie Joseph 

netted two goals on Saturday, May 6 against Los Angeles, 
marking his first - and the team’s first - multiple-goal effort of 
the season ... he scored his first goal on a sharp header off 
Jose Cancela’s free kick in the 43 rd minute, then added a 
successful spot kick in the 69 th ... the two-goal outing was his 
first since scoring twice against the then MetroStars on Sept. 
17, 2005 at the Meadowlands ... Joseph has two multiple-goal 
games in his career. 

New Faces Taking the Pitch ... In the last two games, three 
different Revolution players made their MLS debuts at Gillette 
Stadium ... on Sunday, April 30, midfielder Tony Lochhead 
made his first career appearance and start in the midfield, 
while forward Willie Sims checked in as a 77 th minute 
substitution ... on Saturday, May 6, midfielder Jeff 
Larentowicz was a 73 rd minute substitute and made his first 
career appearance in MLS. 

Cancela Among League Leaders in Helpers ... 

Forward/midfielder Jose Cancela, who has appeared in each 
of the last three games, starting the last two, has three assists 
on the season, the second-highest total in MLS ... he recorded 
his first assist of the year on Taylor Twellman’s goal against 
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against Los Angeles on May 6 ... the two-assist effort against 
the Galaxy marked the fourth time in his career he was 
credited with two helpers (Aug. 30, 2003 vs. Chicago, Oct. 4, 
2003 at Dallas, Oct. 16, 2004 vs. Chicago). 

Scoring on Set Plays ... Three of New England’s six goals so 
far in 2006 have come as a result of set pieces, with the team’s 
set-play specialists - Andy Dorman and Jose Cancela - 
earning assists on each occurrence ... in the team’s season 
opener-April 1 at Los Angeles -Dorman was credited with an 
assist on Clint Dempsey’s game-winner in the 1-0 victory over 
the Galaxy after he found the forward at the end of a free kick 
... twice on May 6, Cancela recorded assists off of set plays ... 
he connected with Steve Ralston in the 39 th minute, and then 
four minutes later found Shalrie Joseph on another free kick 
... two of New England’s six goals have come in the run of play 
- both scored by Taylor Twellman - while the sixth was a 
successful penalty kick by Joseph. 

First-Goal Forward ... Forward Taylor Twellman has twice 
scored the Revs’ first goal of a game this season - vs. Chicago 
on April 30 and vs. Los Angeles on May 6 ... during the course 
of his four-plus year career, Twellman has scored the Revs’ 
first goal of the match 35 times, and New England is 18-9-8 all- 
time in those contests. 

New Faces in the Starting 11 ... On Sunday, April 30 against 
Chicago, two Revs made their first starts of the 2006 campaign 
as Jose Cancela (forward) and Tony Lochhead (midfield) 
were penciled in to the starting lineup ... the start was the first 
of the season for Cancela - and the 59 th of his Revs career - 
while Lochhead appeared in an MLS lineup for the first time in 
his career. 

Kiwi Duty ... Midfielder Tony Lochhead made his MLS debut 
on Sunday, April 30, when he was slotted into the left side of 
the midfield in the starting lineup against the Chicago Fire ... 
the second-year New Zealand senior international had spent 
the previous week in Chile with the All Whites training and 
playing a two-game series against the Chile National Team ... 
New Zealand lost 4-1 and 1-0 in the pair of friendlies, in which 
Lochhead started both games in the back line. 

Reliving Past Glories for a Cause ... Revolution head coach 
Steve Nicol departed Gillette Stadium with a Massachusetts 
State Police escort immediately after the Revs’ 2-1 loss to 
Chicago on Sunday, April 30 to head to Boston’s Logan Airport 
...he was flying across the Atlantic so he could play with his 
former club - Liverpool FC - as it faced Everton in a 20 th 
anniversary reunion match ... the match was a charity event to 
raise funds for Marina Dalglish Oncology and brought together 
most of Nicol’s teammates who helped Liverpool win the 1986 
“double” of the FA Cup and English First Division 
Championship ... Despite the overnight flight and the 7:45 a.m. 
arrival in Manchester, Nicol played all 90 minutes as Liverpool 
defeated Everton, 1-0. 

John Preparing for World Cup with “Soca Warriors” ... 
Defender Avery John also traveled during the Revs’ off-week 
to train with the Trinidad & Tobago National Team ... John was 
the designated Vice Captain for T&T in the team’s 4-0 and 4-1 
victories over the Grenada U23s on Tuesday, April 25 and 
Thursday, April 27 ... John has already been named to the 
Trinidad & Tobago World Cup squad, which will compete in 
Group B with England, Paraguay and Sweden. 


Dorman Serving it Up ... Outside midfielder Andy Dorman, 

who entered 2006 with six career assists in 50 games, has 
already collected a pair of helpers through the team’s first five 
games ... Dorman has assisted on both New England goals 
this season - Clint Dempsey’s goal at Los Angeles in the 
season opener on April 1, and then on Taylor Twellman’s 
header on April 30 against Chicago in Foxborough. 

ROY Returns ... After missing the team’s first two games of 
the season while rehabilitating a right thigh strain, Revolution 
central defender and 2005 Gatorade Rookie of the Year 
Michael Parkhurst returned to the lineup on Saturday, April 
15, at Kansas City ... Parkhurst started and played all 90 
minutes against the Wizards, committing one foul in his return 
to the field ... the games he missed to open the season - at 
Los Angeles on April 1 and at New York on April 8 - marked 
the first two games he missed in his career, as he was the only 
Rev to play every minute of every game (2,880) in 2005. 

Suffering for His Art ... Heading into his extended absence 
because of U.S. World Cup team duties, Revolution forward 
Clint Dempsey is second in MLS in fouls suffered ... Dempsey 
has been fouled 17 times in five games, four fouls fewer than 
D.C. United’s Ben Olsen ... in 2005, Dempsey suffered 71 
fouls in 26 games last season, placing him sixth in MLS is that 
category. 

Making a Home in Goal ... With his customary start in goal 
on Saturday, May 6 against Los Angeles, Matt Reis assumed 
sole possession of first place on the Revolution career 
appearances in net list with 65 appearances ... all but one of 
his appearances have been starts (64), which is also a club 
record ... Reis already holds the New England records for wins 
(26), minutes (5,807), saves (242), shutouts (16), save 
percentage (.713) and goals against average (1.24). 

Matty Bag-a-Donuts ... With his MLS-leading three shutouts 
in 2006, keeper Matt Reis has added to his Revolution career 
shutouts record ... this season, he has posted clean sheets 
against Los Angeles on April 1 (1-0), at New York on April 8 (0- 
0) and most recently against Los Angeles on May 6 (4-0)... 
Reis, who broke the club record with his 1-0 shutout win at 
Real Salt Lake on Sept. 3, 2005, now has backstopped 16 
scoreless games as a Revs goalkeeper. 

Welcome to the Century ... Revs Goalkeeper Matt Reis hit 

the 100-mark for career regular season games played when he 
stepped on the field in New England’s 1-0 victory over Los 
Angeles, on Saturday, April 1 ... he now has 104 career 
appearances: 65 of Reis’ games played have been in a New 
England uniform - a team record - while the other 39 were 
accumulated during his five seasons with the Los Angeles 
Galaxy (1998-2002). 

Starts from the Net... Matt Reis is atop the MLS leaders in 
two goalkeeping categories - goals against average (0.60) and 
shutouts (three) - and is second in save percentage (.818)... 
in 450 minutes in net this season, Reis has allowed three goals 
on 22 shots on goal. 

Record Starts Watch ... Should Revs captain Joe 
Franchino start on Saturday against Chivas USA, he would 
move into a first-place tie with Ted Chronopoulos for the 
Revolution career starts record ... Franchino enters the game 
with 139 career starts, one fewer than Chronopoulos’ record 
140 career starts ... Franchino, who joined the Revs midway 
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also approaching Chronopoulos’ mark for games played in a 
Revs uniform (144)... Franchino enters this weekend with a 
Revolution total of 139 games played. 

Minute-by-Minute Record ... Revolution captain Joe 
Franchino has also set the Revs’ career minutes played 
record, a mark he set on April 8 in New England’s 0-0 tie at the 
New York Red Bulls ... having played into the 33 rd minute, he 
became the Revolution’s all-time minutes played leader, 
surpassing the mark previously held by Ted Chronopoulos 
(12,228)... Franchino, who left the Kansas City game in the 
14 th minute, now holds the record with 12,254 minutes played. 

Leonard to Miss Rest of 2006 ... The New England 
Revolution announced on Tuesday, April 25 that midfielder 
Marshall Leonard will miss the rest of the 2006 season after 
undergoing surgery to repair a full tear to the Achilles tendon in 
his left leg. Leonard sustained the injury on Monday, April 24 in 
a scrimmage at Gillette Stadium versus Boston College. Team 
physician Bertram Zarins, M.D. at Massachusetts General 
Hospital in Boston, performed his surgery. The expected 
recovery and rehabilitation period for this type of surgery is six 
months. 

TNT in the MLS Record Books ... Taylor Twellman enters 
Saturday’s game ranked ninth in career goals in MLS history 
with 66 in his four-plus year career... Twellman is five goals 
back of eighth place, held by current Houston Dynamo forward 
Ronald Cerritos, who has 71 career goals in his 10-plus year 
career... Twellman is also tied for sixth in MLS history in 
career game-winning goals with 18, a total that is also the New 
England record. 

What I Did With My Winter Vacation ... The New England 
Revolution opened its 2006 preseason schedule by defeating 
the Bermuda U20 National Team, 8-1, in a closed-door friendly 
in Hamilton, Bermuda. Clint Dempsey scored five goals for 
the Revs and rookie Willie Sims contributed a hat trick and an 
assist in his New England debut. The Revs improved to 2-0-0 
in preseason play on Saturday, February 18, defeating the 
Bermuda National Team, 3-0, at the National Sports Centre 
stadium. Dempsey scored twice, raising his preseason goals 
total to seven in two games. The Revolution then played to a 0- 
0 draw with Costa Rican team LD Alajuelense on Wednesday, 
February 22 at the National Sports Centre. Despite creating 
the majority of the scoring changes, the Revs were unable to 
score in the home leg of their CONCACAF Champions' Cup 
Quarterfinal series. Wrapping up its stay in Bermuda, the 
Revolution defeated the Jamaica U23 national team, 1-0, at 
the National Sports Center on Saturday, February 25. Jose 
Cancela scored on a free kick for the Revs in the 58 th minute 
to give New England the victory. In the second leg of the 
CONCACAF Champions' Cup Quarterfinal, the Revolution fell 
1-0 to LD Alajuelense on Wednesday, March 8 in Alajuela, 
Costa Rica. LDA midfielder Carlos Hernandez scored on a free 
kick in the 90 th minute to give LDA the 1-0 aggregate series 
victory. Returning to Costa Rica for a 10-day training camp, the 
Revs drew 2-2 with the Costa Rica U21 National Team on 
Wednesday, March 15 at Proyecto Gol in Santa Ana. Sims and 
fellow rookie Kyle Brown scored for the Revolution. Steve 
Ralston assisted on both Revs goals. On Saturday, March 18, 
the Revolution drew 1-1 with LD Alajuelense's reserve team. 
Defender Jay Heaps scored the Revolution goal. In their last 
preseason match of 2006, the Revs lost 4-2 to Costa Rican 
side CS Herediano at the Estadio Rosebal Cordero. Ralston 
and Cancela scored for the Revs. 


San Diego No-No ... Matt Reis posted a shutout in his first- 
ever U.S. National Team start, a 0-0 draw with Canada on Jan. 
22 in San Diego. Canada looked dangerous right from the 
opening whistle and got its first shot off in the second minute. 
Dwayne De Rosario raced down the left flank and served in a 
cross to the far post, where Rob Friend was able to get free 
from his defender and put a header on target, but Reis was 
positioned well for the save. Canada continued to control the 
match early on and had a few more good opportunities, the 
best chance coming on a 30-yard free kick from the left flank in 
the 15 th minute. Sandro Grande drilled a cross into the box and 
Marco Reda was able to get position on his defender and win a 
header, but his redirection went over the bar. Late in the game, 
Reis earned his shutout when he alertly came out of the 
penalty area to clear a through ball. Overall, Reis faced 10 
shots in the game in which Taylor Twellman also started and 
went 56 minutes and Clint Dempsey went the full 90 minutes 
for the Nats. 

Landing Leandro ... The New England Revolution selected 
Leandro de Oliveira out of the University of Alabama- 
Birmingham in the first round (11 th overall) of the 2006 MLS 
SuperDraft on Jan. 20 at the Pennsylvania Convention Center 
in Philadelphia. De Oliveira, a midfielder who is naturally left¬ 
footed but is skilled with both feet, comes from Bryan, Texas, 
after being born in Sao Paolo, Brazil. He had a standout 
college career at UAB where he was second team NSCAA All- 
America in 2003 and was first team All-Conference USA in 
2003 and 2004. De Oliveira missed much of his senior season 
with a knee injury. He attended Allen Academy in Texas for 
high school and started college at the University of Connecticut 
before transferring to UAB in 2002, finishing a three-year 
career there. 

Adding Talent Left and Right ... In the second round (23 rd 
overall) of the 2006 MLS SuperDraft, the Revolution chose 
forward Willie Sims out of Cal State University, Northridge. 
Born in Guatemala City, Guatemala, Sims hails from Los 
Angeles and was an NSCAA/adidas first team All-America 
selection after a stellar college career. Sims signed with MLS 
as a Generation adidas player prior to the SuperDraft. Sims 
made his MLS debut when he checked in as a 77 th minute 
substitute against Chicago on April 30 at Gillette Stadium. In 
the third round (35 th overall), New England selected Kyle 
Brown, a forward from University of Tulsa. A four-time, first 
team All-Missouri Valley Conference selection, Brown also was 
named All-Midwest for the 2003 and 2005 seasons. 
Additionally, the Revolution acquired an allocation from the 
Columbus Crew in exchange fora 2 nd round pick (13 th overall) 
in 2006 and a 3 rd round pick in the 2007 draft. Both selections 
traded to Columbus had previously been acquired by New 
England through trades with Chivas USA. 

East Anglia Getaway... Midfielder Andy Dorman and 

defender Jeff Larentowicz both trained this past off-season 
with Ipswich Town in England. Ipswich is the club where 
Revolution assistant coach and former England striker Paul 
Mariner made his name in the 1970s and 80s. Ipswich 
competes in the League Championship, the second division of 
professional soccer in England. 

Supplemental but not Surplus... The New England 
Revolution augmented its 2006 SuperDraft selections by taking 
four players in the 2006 MLS Supplemental Draft on Jan. 26. 

All players who were eligible and not selected in the 2006 MLS 
SuperDraft and additional players nominated by teams were 
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the first round of the Supplemental Draft (11 th overall), the 
Revolution selected defender/midfielder Danny Wynn out of 
St. Louis University. Wynn collected 20 career points at St. 
Louis (3G, 14A) in 61 games. Wynn can play as a right-sided 
defender or midfielder as well as at central defense. In the 2 nd 
round (23 rd overall), the Revs chose central defender John 
Queeley out of North Carolina State University. An imposing 
center back, Queeley started every game in which he played at 
N.C. State (2002-05) for a total of 68 appearances in four 
seasons for the Wolfpack. The Revolution's 3 rd round pick (35 th 
overall) was Adam Williamson, a midfielder out of Lehigh 
University. The 2005 Patriot League Player of the Year as a 
senior, Williamson was a standout participant in the 
Revolution's tryout at Dana-Farber Field House at Gillette 
Stadium on January 5. 

Who Let the Draft In?... The Revolution has had great 
success in the MLS SuperDraft in recent years. Head coach 
Steve Nicol’s previous two first-round picks, Michael 
Parkhurst (2005) and Clint Dempsey (2004), went on to be 
MLS Gatorade Rookies of the Year. The Revs’ two top choices 
before that, Pat Noonan (2003) and Taylor Twellman (2002), 
both progressed to win league scoring titles and earn MLS All- 
Star status. Twellman was the league’s MVP in 2005. 

MAXIM and Relaxin’... Clint Dempsey and Taylor Twellman 

both appeared in the March issue of Maxim Magazine as part 
of a seven-page, seven-player MLS fashion spread. Dempsey 
and Twellman were joined by five of the other biggest MLS 
stars: Kansas City forward Eddie Johnson, Los Angeles 
Galaxy forward Landon Donovan, Houston forward Brian 
Ching, Galaxy defender Chris Albright and Colorado Rapids 
defender Pablo Mastroeni. Decked out almost entirely in white 
- a big trend for the spring 2006 season - the players were 
photographed by Mark Mann, whose many subjects include 
musicians Usher and Iggy Pop and comedian Dave Chappelle. 

Consistency With a Capital C ... Revolution head coach 
Steve Nicol is nothing if not consistent in terms of his player 
personnel. Of the 11 players who started for New England in 
its 2-2 Opening Day draw with the San Jose Earthquakes on 
April 2, 2002, only Brazilian midfielder Cassio no longer 
remains with the club. Of the Revs starters at MLS Cup 2005 
on November 13, all 11 are still on the roster, as are the all 
three substitutes used by Nicol in that match. Overall, 21 of the 
Revs’ 26 players on the team roster for their opening match in 
2006 - on April 1 at Los Angeles - were also with the team in 
2005. Six players from Nicol’s first season in charge (2002) are 
on the roster to begin 2006: Joe Franchino, Jay Heaps, 
Daniel Hernandez, Marshall Leonard, Steve Ralston and 
Taylor Twellman. 

Rapper’s Delight ... Using the handle "Deuce," Revolution 
midfielder Clint Dempsey recorded the hip-hop anthem for 
Nike's "Don't Tread on Me" soccer campaign - titled "Don't 
Tread on This” - which is available at nikesoccer.com. Boston- 
based producer Da BeatzSmith was commissioned to supply a 
backing track, and the vocals were recorded in a studio in 
Nacogdoches, Texas - Dempsey’s hometown. Texas-based 
rappers Big Hawk, who passed away on May 1, and XO 
collaborated with Dempsey. Revs midfielder Daniel 
Hernandez and Dempsey’s older brother, Ryan, both appear 
in the video. 

Change of Plans ... Major League Soccer announced 
competition changes for the 2006 MLS regular season, as 
approved by the MLS Competition Committee. Balanced 


Gameday Rosters: Both the home team and the visiting team 
can have up to seven players available for selection as 
substitutes on game days, bringing the game day roster to 18 
players for each team. As was previously the case, game day 
rosters must be submitted to the referees 60 minutes prior to 
the start of the game and each team can use a maximum of 
three substitutes per game. Previously, home teams were 
permitted to dress 20 total players (nine available substitutes) 
while the visiting team could dress 16 total players (five 
available substitutes). Caution Points Eliminated: Players will 
be suspended for one game following the accumulation of five 
yellow cards, regardless of the nature of the infraction. A player 
will subsequently be suspended for one additional game after 
accumulating a total of eight cautions and a third suspension 
will be applied after three additional yellow cards (11 total 
cautions). 2007 CONCACAF Champions’ Cup Participants: 
The team that has the most overall points at the end of the 
regular season will automatically qualify as one of two United 
States entries for the 2007 CONCACAF Champions’ Cup. The 
second entry will be the winner of MLS Cup 2006. In the event 
that the overall points’ leader also wins MLS Cup 2006, the 
second U.S. entry will be awarded to the team with the second 
most points at the end of the regular season. 

The Dating Game ... The New England Revolution have 
announced a schedule change that will see the team host the 
Chicago Fire at 3 p.m. on Sunday, Aug. 20 (TV - WB). The 
match was originally scheduled for Saturday, August 19. The 
Revolution also announced a schedule change that will see the 
team host Chivas USA at 7 p.m. on Saturday, May 13 (TV - 
FSN). This match was originally scheduled for August 5, 
however, the Revolution will now play at Chivas USA on 
Sunday, Aug. 6. Finally, the Revs’ home match against the 
Columbus Crew originally scheduled for Saturday, Aug. 26, 
has been moved to 7 p.m., Sunday, Aug. 27 (TV - FSN). 

Reserves Recaps ... The New England Revolution Reserve 
team kicked off its second season of play at the New York Red 
Bulls Reserves on Sunday, April 9 with a 3-2 loss at Giants 
Stadium ... New York took a 2-0 lead behind goals from 
Jordan Cila and Mike Magee, before Willie Sims headed home 
a Tony Lochhead cross in the 75th minute and substitute right 
back T.J. Tomasso brought the Revs even in the 83rd minute 
...the Red Bulls took the lead for good three minutes later 
when Magee crossed a ball from the left corner, which was put 
home by a diving Martins ... on May 6, New England rallied 
from a 2-0 deficit against the Los Angeles Reserves, earning a 
2-2 draw against the Galaxy ... guest players Geoff Walker 
and Anders Kelto recorded second-half goals to pull even 
against Los Angeles ... Kelto’s goal came in the 89 th minute 
and completed the Revs’ unlikely come-back. 

Reserves Next Outing ... After facing the Chivas Reserves on 
Sunday on the Lower Practice Field, the New England 
Reserves return to action on Sunday, May 21, when they face 
the FC Dallas Reserves in a 10 a.m. CT match at Dallas’ 
practice field at Pizza Hut Park in Frisco, Texas. 

New Man in Charge ... The New England Revolution 
announced on Tuesday, April 18, that Brian Bilello has been 
named Chief Operating Officer of the team. Bilello will oversee 
the business affairs of the team, working in coordination with 
Vice President of Marketing Operations Jennifer Ferron and 
Executive Director of Sales Murray Kohl, who both continue in 
those positions with the Revolution, the New England Patriots 
and Gillette Stadium. Prior to being named COO of the 
Revolution, Bilello served the Revolution, Patriots and Gillette 




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Stadium in a variety of operational and strategic roles. Bilello 
joined the organization in 2003 as Director of Quality and 
Operational Control, where he worked on improving the fan 
experience across all aspects of Gillette Stadium. Since then, 
he has gone on to run both the Concessions and Retail 
Operations and has provided strategic advice to the Krafts on a 
number of issues related to their sports ventures, in particular, 
MLS and the Revolution. Prior to working with the Kraft Sports 
Group, Bilello was a management consultant at Bain & 
Company in its San Francisco and Boston offices. Bilello 
worked with clients in the retail, consumer products and 
entertainment industries. An avid soccer enthusiast, Bilello 
played varsity soccer at MIT, where he studied engineering 
and economics. Before joining the organization's staff, Bilello 
was a Revolution season ticket holder. 

Revs to Host Jorge Fidalgo Soccer Challenge ... The 

New England Revolution will host the third-annual Jorge 
Fidalgo Memorial Soccer Challenge at Gillette Stadium at 3 
p.m. on Sunday, August 27, in the first game of a 
doubleheader. The Revs will face the Columbus Crew at 7 
p.m., following the Jorge Fidalgo Soccer Challenge. The 
Soccer Challenge recognizes the legacy of Jorge Fidalgo and 
will feature Cape Verdean and Brazilian all-star teams 
composed of top players from the local community. Fidalgo 


was a respected Cape Verdean leader, radio-show host, 
activist, avid soccer player and fan who was murdered near his 
Roxbury store in 2001. He was also the president of Boston's 
Cape Verde United Soccer Club that competed in the Latin 
American Soccer Association. 

La Revolution En Espanol ... For the third consecutive 
week, the Revolution game against CD Chivas USA will be 
broadcast in Spanish by WJDA 1300 AM ... Pedro Rosalez will 
provide the play-by-play call for the match, while Marino 
Velasquez will give the Spanish listeners analysis of the action 
... Baltazar Palencia will be the sideline reporter. 

Attention Media This season, all approved applicants will 
pick up their credentials at Gillette Stadium Media Will Call on 
Revolution game days only. Every approved media member 
must pick up their own credential in person and must present a 
valid drivers license or other approved form of positive 
identification in order to receive their credentials. There will be 
no exceptions to this policy. Please note that single season- 
long credentials are not being issued by the Revolution; media 
approved for the season will receive a day-of-game pass for 
each game. 




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Revolution Coaching Staff 


Page 11 


STEVE NICOL Regular-season record with the Revs: 

Head Coach (1999, 2002-present) 51-41-28 (.541) 

Now entering his fifth season at the helm of the Revolution, Steve Nicol was named head coach of the team on November 6, 2002, after 
serving as the interim head coach for the final 21 games of the 2002 regular season and the postseason. 

The hiring marked yet another impressive accomplishment in the Scotland native’s distinguished career. During his playing days Nicol, 44, 
gained worldwide fame while playing for Liverpool in England's top division before moving on to play for Notts County, West Bromwich Albion, 
Sheffield Wednesday and Doncaster Rovers. 

Nicol, who was born in the Scottish town of Troon, began his pro career at the age of 18 with Ayr United before being signed by Liverpool in 
1981. The £300,000 transfer fee remains the Ayr United club record. 

While with Liverpool, Nicol made 467 appearances as a defender and midfielder and scored 46 goals. He was at the heart of a Liverpool side 
that won four English League Titles, three F.A. Cup Titles and the 1984 European Cup. In 1989, his importance to the team was honored when 
Britain’s soccer writers named him Footballer of the Year. Between 1984 and 1992 Nicol appeared 27 times for the Scottish National Team, 
and started for his country at the 1986 World Cup in Mexico. 

Nicol's coaching career began in 1995 when he was named player/manager at Notts County. Four years later, he arrived in New England as a 
player/assistant coach with the Boston Bulldogs. In September of that year, he joined the Revs as interim coach for the final two games of the 
season, both of which were Revolution wins. He returned to the Bulldogs as a player/coach for the 2000 and 2001 season before re-joining the 
Revs as an assistant coach prior to the 2002 campaign. 

Nicol was named the 2002 MLS Coach of the Year after leading the Revolution within a goal of the MLS Cup. In 2003 and 2004, he led the 
Revs to within an extra time goal and a penalty kick shootout, respectively, of making the league final. He coached the Revs to his second MLS 
Cup final in 2005, after winning the Eastern Conference Championship with New England for a second time. Nicol was also honored for his 
coaching excellence in August 2005, when he was chosen to lead the MLS Select XI against Real Madrid at the Santiago Bernabeau Stadium. 

Nicol resides in Hopkinton, Mass., with his wife, Eleanor, his son, Michael, and his daughter, Katy. 

PAUL MARINER 

Assistant Coach (2004-present) 

Paul Mariner is now in his third season as Steve Nicol's first assistant coach. 

Born in Bolton, Lancashire, England, Mariner is remembered by world soccer fans as one of the top center forwards in English football in the 
late 1970s and early 80s. He won 35 international caps playing for his country, and led the England attack in the 1982 FIFA World Cup. He is 
the co-holder for the England National Team record for goal scoring in consecutive games (6). 

After starting his professional club career with Plymouth Argyle, Mariner scored 97 goals in eight seasons for Ipswich Town from 1976-84, 
before playing three seasons with Arsenal FC in London. 

Mariner’s many honors as a player include winning the 1978 FA Cup Final with Ipswich Town, a game in which he was named Man of the 
Match, despite not being the goal scorer, in the memorable 1-0 classic win over Arsenal. He was also a key member of the 1981 UEFA Cup¬ 
winning Ipswich Town team. He scored for England vs. France in the 1982 World Cup and also scored in a qualifying match against Hungary 
on November 18, 1981, a 1 -0 victory that put England through to the 1982 World Cup. 

Mariner came to the United States in 1988 to coach the Albany Capitals of the APSL. Most recently, Mariner was an assistant to former Revs 
forward and current Harvard University head men's soccer coach John Kerr, Jr. Mariner has also served as Technical Director for the FC 
Greater Boston Bolts, one of the top youth soccer clubs in the U.S. 

DAVID VANOLE 

Assistant Coach (2004-present) 

The Revolution announced the hiring of former U.S. National team goalkeeper David Vanole on June 1, 2004 as an Assistant Coach. 

After playing goalkeeper at UCLA and winning the 1985 NCAA National Championship with the Bruins, Vanole went on to be the starting 
keeper for the U.S. National Team. He made more than 100 appearances in goal for the U.S. including all three matches at the 1988 Olympic 
Games in Seoul, Korea. Vanole began coaching at the college level at San Diego State University and then Loyola Marymount University, 
before returning to his alma mater in 1995, where he served as an assistant coach for both the UCLA men's and women’s soccer teams. In the 
six years that Vanole was with the UCLA Men’s program (1995-2000), the Bruins had great success, including winning the 1997 NCAA 
National Championship. Vanole also earned three years of experience as an assistant coach with the U.S. Men’s U-20 National Team (1997- 
1999) and two years as an assistant coach with the U.S. Women's National Team (1999-2000), during which the team won a silver medal at 
the 2000 Olympic Games in Sydney, Australia. Vanole began his professional coaching career with the WUSA Washington Freedom in 2001. 
While he was with the Freedom, Washington was the 2002 WUSA Founders Cup Runner-up and the 2003 WUSA Founder Cup Champions. In 
2003, Vanole also served as an assistant coach with D.C. United, being primarily responsible for daily development of team’s goalkeepers. 

Vanole began his professional coaching career with the WUSA Washington Freedom in 2001. While he was with the Freedom, Washington 
was the 2002 WUSA Founders Cup Runner-up and the 2003 WUSA Founder Cup Champions. In 2003, Vanole also served as an assistant 
coach with D.C. United, being primarily responsible for daily development of the team's goalkeepers. 





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2006 Revolution Player Bios 


Page 12 



KYLE BROWN 

F/M 5'11" 165 lbs 


GP 

GS 

MIN 

G 

A 

SHT 

SOG FC 

FS 

OFF CK C E 

3 

0 

65 

0 

0 

0 

0 1 

0 

0 0 0 0 


How Acquired: Selected by the Revolution in the 3rd round (35th overall) in the 2006 MLS SuperDraft 


2006: Came on as a 83’ substitute, making his MLS debut, and played seven minutes on 4/1 @ LA ... came on as a 46’ substitute and played 45 
minutes on 4/8 @ NY ... DNP on 4/30 vs. CHI ... entered as a 77’ substitution and played the final 13 minutes on 5/6 vs. LA. 



JOSE CANCELA 


MID _ 5'9" 161 lbs _ D.O.B.: 06/25/76: Montevideo. Uruguay 


GP 

GS 

MIN 

G 

A 

SHT 

SOG FC FS 

OFF 

CK 

C 

E 

3 

2 

225 

0 

3 

7 

3 4 13 

0 

16 

0 

0 


Previous Clubs: Penarol (URU), Club Gavilanes (MEX), CD Cruz Azul (MEX), Deportivo Saprissa (CR) 
How Acquired: Signed by the Revolution as a Discovery Player on 7/22/03 


2006: DNP on 4/1 @ LA ... DNP on 4/8 @ NY ... made his season debut and played the final 45 minutes - substituting for Pat Noonan - on 4/15 @ KC, 
suffering five fouls ... made his first start of the season and played 90 minutes on 4/30 vs. CHI, recording an assist on Taylor Twellman’s second-half 
goal ... started and played 90 minutes on 5/6 vs. LA, recording two assists - the first on Steve Ralston’s goal in the 39 th minute and then on Shalrie 
Joseph’s first goal of the game in the 43 rd minute. 



CLINT DEMPSEY 


M/F 


6 ' 1 " 


185 lbs 


GP 

GS 

MIN 

G 

A 

SHT 

SOG FC FS 

OFF CK 

C E 

5 

5 

437 

1 

0 

13 

5 9 17 

3 0 

1 0 


How Acquired: Selected by the Revolution in the 1 Round (8 overall) of the 2004 MLS SuperDraft 


2006: Started and played 90 minutes on 4/1 @ LA, scoring the lone goal of the game in the 33 rd minute and receiving a yellow card in the 89 th minute... 
started and played 90 minutes on 4/8 @ NY, taking three shots ... started and played 90 minutes on 4/15 at KC, taking two shots ... started and played 
90 minutes on 4/30 vs. CHI, taking three shots ... started and played 77 minutes on 5/6 vs. LA, taking three shots in his final New England match before 
joining the 2006 U.S. World Cup team in Cary, N.C. for pre-World Cup training. 


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ANDY DORMAN 


MID 

6'0" 

150 lbs 

D.O.B.: 05/01/82; Chester, Enqland 

Colleae: Boston University 

GP 

GS MIN 

G 

A SHT SOG FC FS 

OFF CK 

C E 

5 

5 450 

0 

2 6 4 7 3 

0 13 

2 0 


How Acquired: Selected by the Revolution in the 6 Round (56 overall) of the 2004 MLS SuperDraft 


2006: Started and played 90 minutes on 4/1 @ LA, assisting on Clint Dempsey’s goal in the 33 rd minute ... started and played 90 minutes on 4/8 @ NY, 
receiving a yellow card caution in the 69 th minute ... started and played 90 minutes on 4/15 at KC, taking two shots, including a shot on goal in the final 
minute of play ... started and played 90 minutes on 4/30 vs. CHI, assisting on Taylor Twellman’s goal in the 54 th minute ... started and played 90 
minutes on 5/6 vs. LA, recording two shots on goal. 



JOE FRANCHINO 


DEF 


5'9" 


165 lbs 


D.O.B.: 08/08/76; Fontana, CA 



GS 

MIN 

G 

A 

SHT 

SOG FC 

FS 

OFF 

CK 

C E 

3 

3 

149 

0 

0 

1 

0 2 

2 

0 

0 

0 0 


Previous Club: Los Angeles Galaxy 

How Acquired: Selected by the Revolution as the second pick of the MLS Special Draft on 5/17/00 


2006: Started as captain and left midfielder, playing 90 minutes on 4/1 @ LA ... started and played 45 minutes on 4/8 @ NY ... started and played 14 
minutes on 4/15 at KC before leaving the game with a right hamstring strain ... DNP on 4/30 vs. CHI, missing the game with a right hamstring strain ... 
DNP on 5/6 vs. LA, missing the game with a right hamstring strain. 







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JANI GALIK 


MID _ 6'1" 180 lbs _ D.O.B.: 09/10/84; Prerov, Czech Republic 


GP 

GS 

MIN 

G 

A 

SHT 

SOG FC FS 

OFF 

CK 

c 

E 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 0 0 

0 

0 

0 

0 


Previous Club: Bradenton Academics (PDL) 
How Acquired: Signed by Revolution 3/2/06 


2006: DNP on 4/1 @ LA ... DNP on 4/8 @ NY ... DNPon4/15at KC ... DNP on 4/30 vs. CHI ... DNP on 5/6 vs. LA. 



PAT HAGGERTY 

MID _ 6'3” 185 lbs _ D.O.B.: 02/21/83: Lawrenceville. NJ 

GP GS _M]N_G_A_ SHT SOG FC FS 

0 _0_0_0_0_0_0_0_0 

How Acquired: Signed by Revolution 3/4/06 


College: Boston College 

OFF CK _ C E 

0 _ 0 _ 0 0 


2006: DNP on 4/1 @ LA ... DNP on 4/8 @ NY ... DNP on 4/15 at KC ... DNP on 4/30 vs. CHI ... DNP on 5/6 vs. LA. 



JAY HEAPS 

DEF _ 5'9" 155 lbs _ D.O.B.: 08/02/76; Nashua, NH _ College: Duke University 


GP 

GS 

MIN 

G 

A 

SHT 

SOG 

FC 

FS 

OFF 

CK 

C E 

5 

5 

450 

0 

0 

3 

0 

4 

5 

0 

0 

1 0 


Previous Club: Miami Fusion 

How Acquired: Traded to the Revolution along with a 2003 second round draft choice in exchange for Brian Dunseth and a 2003 first round draft choice on 6/20/01 


2006: Started and played 90 minutes on 4/1 @ LA ... started and played 90 minutes on 4/8 @ NY, receiving a yellow card in the 80 th minute and taking 
two shots ... started and played 90 minutes on 4/15 @ KC, taking one shot... started and played 90 minutes on 4/30 vs. CHI, suffering two fouls ... 
started and played 90 minutes on 5/6 vs. LA. 



DANIEL HERNANDEZ 


FWD 


6'0" 180 lbs 


GP 

GS 

MIN 

G 

A 

SHT 

SOG 

FC 

FS OFF CK C E 

5 

5 

384 

0 

0 

1 

0 

8 

5 0 0 3 0 


How Acquired: Signed by the Revolution on 8/5/05 


2006: Started and played 90 minutes on 4/1 @ LA, receiving a yellow card caution in the 54 th minute...started and played 90 minutes on 4/8 @ NY, 
receiving a yellow card caution in the 59 th minute ... started and played 90 minutes on 4/15 @ KC, taking one shot... started and played 90 minutes on 
4/30 vs. CHI, receiving a yellow card in the 34 th minute ... started and played 24 minutes on 5/6 vs. LA before suffering a left ankle sprain and leaving 
the game. 



AVERY JOHN 


DEF 


6 ' 0 " 


170 lbs 


GP 

GS 

MIN 

G 

A 

SHT 

SOG FC FS 

OFF 

CK 

C E 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 0 0 

0 

0 

0 0 


Previous Clubs: New Orleans Riverboat Gamblers, Boston Bulldogs (A-League); Bohemian F.C., Shelbourne, Longford Town (IRL) 
How Acquired: Signed as a Senior International on 5/19/04 


2006: DNP on 4/1 @ LA ... DNP on 4/8 @ NY ... DNP on 4/15 at KC ... DNP on 4/30 vs. CHI ... DNP on 5/6 vs. LA. 



SHALRIE JOSEPH 

MID _63^_ 180 lbs _ D.O.B.: 05/24/78: Saint George, Grenada _ College: St. John's 


GP 

GS 

MIN 

G 

A 

SHT 

SOG 

FC 

FS 

OFF 

CK 

c 

E 

5 

5 

450 

2 

0 

7 

4 

10 

12 

0 

0 

2 

0 


Previous Club: New York Freedoms (D3) 

How Acquired: Selected by the Revolution in the 2 nd Round (14 th overall) of the 2002 SuperDraft 


2006: Started and played 90 minutes on 4/1 @ LA...Started and played 90 minutes on 4/8 @ NY, taking five shots ... started and played 90 minutes on 
4/15 @ KC, receiving a caution for a reckless foul in the 71 st minute ... started, played all 90 minutes and was the game captain on 4/30 vs. CHI, 
suffering four fouls ... started, played all 90 minutes and was the game captain on 5/6 vs. LA, scoring two goals - a header from Jose Cancela in the 43 rd 
minute which was nominated for MLS Sierra Mist Goal of the Week and a spot kick in the 69 th minute - on two shots. 




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JEFF LARENTOWICZ 


DEF _6T|_ 175 lbs _ D.O.B.: 08/05/83; Pasadena, CA _ College: Brown University 

GP _ GS~ MIN _G_ A _ SHT SOG FC FS OFF CK C E 

i _o_17_o_o_ o_g_i_i_g_g_ o o 

How Acquired: Selected by the Revolution in the 4 th Round (45 th overall) in the 2005 MLS Supplemental Draft 


2006: DNP on 4/1 @ LA ... DNP on 4/8 @ NY... DNP on 4/15 at KC 
making his MLS debut and playing the final 17 minutes. 


DNP on 4/30 vs. CHI ... entered the game in the 73 rd minute on 5/6 vs. LA, 


m 


RYAN LATHAM 


175 lbs 


D.O.B.: 11/18/82; Rockwall, TX 


SHT SOG FC 


College: Southern Methodist 


OFF CK 


How Acquired: Selected by the Revolution in the 2 Round (21 overall) of the 2005 MLS Supplemental Draft 
2006: DNP on 4/1 @ LA ... DNP on 4/8 @ NY... DNP on 4/15 at KC ... DNP on 4/30 vs. CHI ... DNP on 5/6 vs. LA. 


MARSHALL LEONARD 


D/M _ 5'8" 165 lbs _ D.O.B.: 12/29/80; El Paso, TX _ 

GP GS _M]N_G_A_ SHT SOG FC FS 

i _g_76_g_o_ o_g_g_g_ 

How Acquired: Selected by the Revolution in the 4 lh Round (45 th overall) of the 2002 SuperDraft 


College: University of Virginia 

OFF CK _ C E 

o_g_o o 


2006: DNP on 4/1 @ LA...DNP on 4/8 @ NY ... came on as a 14 -minute substitute for Joe Franchino on 4/15 @ KC, playing at left-sided midfield ... 
suffered a season-ending injury - a ruptured left Achilles tendon - on 4/24 in a scrimmage against Boston College ... team physician Dr. Bertram Zarins 
performed reconstructive surgery at Massachusetts General Hospital later that evening. 




TONY LOCHHEAD 


M/D _ 6'0" 175 lbs _ D.O.B.: 1/12/82; Tauranga, New Zealand _ College: UCSB 

GP GS _MIN_G_A_ SHT SOG FC FS OFF CK _ C E 

2 _i_143_ g _ g _ g_g _ 5 _ 1 _ g_g _ 0 0 

How Acquired: Signed by the Revolution as a Senior International on September 15th, 2005 (Drafted 1/14/05 in 3rd Round - 33rd Overall 
- of MLS SuperDraft) 


2006: DNP on 4/1 @ LA ... DNP on 4/8 @ NY... DNP on 4/15 at KC ... started and played 77 minutes in the midfield on 4/30 vs. CHI, one day after 
returning from a week’s duty with the New Zealand National Team in a two-game series with Chile ... entered as a 24’ injury substitution for Daniel 
Hernandez on 5/6 vs. LA and played the final 66 minutes. 


11 


PAT NOONAN 


F/M _ 6'0" 170 lbs _ D.O.B.: 08/02/80; Ballwin, MO _ 

GP GS _M[N_G_A_ SHT SOG FC FS 

3 _3_225_0_0_ 1 _ 1 _2_4_ 

How Acquired: Selected by the Revolution in the 1st Round (9th overall) of the 2003 MLS SuperDraft 


College: Indiana University 

OFF CK C E 

3_g_i o 


2006: Started and played 90 minutes on 4/1 @ LA....started and played 90 minutes on 4/8 @ NY ... started and played 45 minutes on 4/15 @ KC and 
received a caution for dissent in the eighth minute before coming out of the game at halftime ... DNP on 4/30 vs. CHI, missing the game with a right 
hamstring strain ... DNP on 5/6 vs. LA, missing the game with a right hamstring strain. 


23 


LEANDRO DE OLIVEIRA 


_155 [bs_ D.O.B.: 11/30/82: Sao Paolo, Brazil 

MIN _G_A_ SHT SOG FC 

o_g_g_g_g_g_ 


_ College: Alabama-Birmingham 

FS OFF CK _ C E 

o_g_g_o o 


How Acquired: Selected by the Revolution in the 1st round (11th overall) in the 2006 MLS SuperDraft 
2006: DNP on 4/1 @ LA ... DNP on 4/8 @ NY... DNP on 4/15 at KC ... DNP on 4/30 vs. CHI ... DNP on 5/6 vs. LA. 






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MICHAEL PARKHURST 

DEF _ 5'11" 155 lbs _ D.O.B.: 01/24/84; Providence, R.l. _ College: Wake Forest 

GP GS _ MIN _G_A_ SHT SOG FC FS OFF CK_ C E 

3 _ 3 _270_0_0_ 0_0_1_4_0_0_ 0 0 

How Acquired: Selected by the Revolution in the I s ' Round (9 th overall) of the 2005 MLS SuperDraft 

2006: DNP on 4/1 @ LA ... DNP on 4/8 @ NY ... returned from a preseason injury to make his season debut with a full 90 minute effort on 4/15 @ KC 
... started and played all 90 minutes on 4/30 vs. CHI, suffering four fouls ... started and played 90 minutes on 5/6 vs. LA. 


STEVE RALSTON 

M/D _ 5'9" 160 lbs _ D.O.B.: 06/14/74: St. Louis. MO _ College: Florida International 

GP GS _M]N_G_A_ SHT SOG FC FS OFF CK _ C E 

3 _3_253_1_0_4_2_3_5_0_0_ 0 0 

Previous Club: Tampa Bay Mutiny 

How Acquired: Selected by the Revolution in the 1 st Round (6 th overall) of the 2002 MLS Allocation/Dispersal Draft 

2006: Started and played 90 minutes on 4/1 @ LA...Started and played 90 minutes on 4/8 @ NY ... DNP on 4/15 @ KC after suffering a groin injury 

while with the USMNT on 4/11 against Jamaica.DNP on 4/30 vs. CHI, missing the game with a left groin strain ... returned from a two-game injury 

absence on 5/6 vs. LA, starting and playing 73 minutes while scoring his first goal of the season off a Jose Cancela free kick in the 39 th minute. 


MATT REIS 

GK_ 6'1" 196 lbs _ D.O.B.: 03/28/75; Atlanta, GA _ College: UCLA 

GP GS _ MIN SHTS _SV_ GA GAA PG PA _ W _L_ T SO 

5 _5_450_22_18_3_060_0_1_2_2_ 1 3 

Previous Club: Los Angeles Galaxy 

How Acquired: Traded to the Revolution in exchange for Alex Pineda Chacon and a conditional draft pick in 2004 on 1/17/03 

2006: Started and played 90 minutes on 4/1 @ LA, making four saves and posting his first shutout of 2006 ... started and played 90 minutes on 4/8 @ 
NY, making two saves and posting his second shutout of the season ... started and played 90 minutes on 4/15 @ KC, making a season-high five saves, 
including a stop on Josh Wolfe’s penalty kick attempt in the seventh minute ... started and played all 90 minutes on 4/30 vs. CHI, making four saves ... 
started and played 90 minutes on 5/6 vs. LA, making three saves in his third shutout of the season while setting the New England club record for 
goalkeeper appearances (65). 


WILLIE SIMS 

GK _5JT_ 150 lbs _ D.O.B.: 01/18/84: Guatemala City, Guatemala College: CS-Northridqe 

GP GS _ MIN SHTS _SV_ GA GAA PG PA W _L_ T SO 

i _o_13_o_o_o_ooo_o_o_o_o_ o o 

How Acquired: Selected by the Revolution in the 2nd Round (23rd Overall) of the 2005 SuperDraft 

2006: DNP on 4/1 @ LA ... DNP on 4/8 @ NY ... DNP on 4/15 at KC ... appeared as a 77 th -minute substitution on 4/30 vs. CHI, making his first career 
MLS appearance ... DNP on 5/6 vs. LA. 


JAMES RILEY 

D/M _ 5'10" 150 lbs _ D.O.B.: 10/27/82: Colorado Springs, CO _ College: Wake Forest 

GP GS _MIN_G_A_ SHT SOG FC FS OFF CK _ C E 

5 _5_443_0_0_1_1_8_3_Q_Q_ 3 0 

How Acquired: Selected by the Revolution in the 2 nd Round (21 st overall) of the 2005 MLS SuperDraft 

2006: Started and played 83 minutes on 4/1 @ LA, receiving a yellow card in the 89 th minute ...started at left back and played 90 minutes on 4/8 @ NY, 
receiving a caution in the 61 st minute ... started and played all 90 minutes, splitting time between the defensive midfield and the backline, on 4/15 @ KC 
... started and played 90 minutes on 4/30 vs. CHI, taking one shot on goal ... started and played 90 minutes on 5/6 vs. LA, receiving a caution in the 70 th 
minute. 


KHANO SMITH 

FWD _6^_ 190 lbs _ D.O.B.: 01/10/81; Paget, Bermuda _ College: Lees-McRae 

' GP G S_ MjN _C_ A SH T_SOG_ FC FS OFF _CK_ C E 

o _o_o_ g_g_g_g_ o _ o _g _o_ o o 

Previous Club: Dandy Town 

How Acquired: Signed by the Revolution on 4/15/05 








2006: DNP on 4/1 @ LA ... DNP on 4/8 @ NY ... DNP on 4/15 at KC ... DNP on 4/30 vs. CHI ... DNP on 5/6 vs. LA. 




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T.J. TOMASSO 


D.O.B.: 09/10/83; Hackensack, NJ 


GP 

GS 

MIN 

SHTS 

sv 

GA GAA PG 

PA 

w 

L T SO 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 0.00 0 

0 

0 

0 0 0 


How Acquired: Signed by the Revolution to a developmental contract on 4/21/05 
2006: DNP on 4/1 @ LA ... DNP on 4/1 (5) NY... DNP on 4/15 at KC ... DNP on 4/30 vs. CHI ... DNP on 5/6 vs. LA. 



TAYLOR TWELLMAN 

FWD _ 5'11" 170 lbs _ D.O.B.: 02/29/80; Minneapolis. MN 

GP GS _M]N_G_A_ SHT SOG FC FS 

5 _5_450_2_0_11_4_ 7 10 

Previous Club: 1860 Munich (GER) 

How Acquired: Selected by the Revolution in the 1 st Round (2 nd overall) of the 2002 SuperDraft 


OFF 

_7 


College: Maryland 

CK _ C E 

0_0 0 


2006: Started and played 90 minutes on 4/1 @ LA ... started and played 90 minutes on 4/8 @ NY, taking five shots ... started and played 90 minutes on 
4/15 @ KC ... started and played 90 minutes on 4/30 vs. CHI, recording his first goal of the season - a header off an Andy Dorman cross in the 54 th 
minute - while taking two shots ... started and played 90 minutes on 5/6 vs. LA, scoring an unassisted goal in the fifth minute while taking three shots 
and suffering three fouls, one of which drew a spot kick (converted by Shalrie Joseph) in the 69 th minute. 



DOUG WARREN 


GK 


6 ' 0 " 


190 lbs 


GP 

GS 

MIN 

SHTS 

SV 

GA 

GAA 

PG 

PA 

w 

L T SO 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0.00 

0 

0 

0 

0 0 0 


Previous Club: D.C. United 


How Acquired: Acquired by the Revolution from D.C. United in exchange for New England's natural 4th round pick in the 2006 MLS 
SuperDraft (01/20/05) 


2006: DNP on 4/1 @ LA ... DNP on 4/1 @ NY ... DNP on 4/15 at KC ... DNP on 4/30 vs. CHI, missing the game with an abdominal strain ... DNP on 
5/6 vs. LA. 







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2006 Revolution Highs & Lows 


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TEAM CATEGORIES 


REVOLUTION 


OPPONENTS 

Most Goals, Game 

4 

5/6 vs. LA 

2 

4/30 vs. CHI 

Most Goals, Half 

3 

5/6 vs. LA (1 st ) 

2 

4/30 vs. CHI 

Most Assists, Game 

2 

Twice: 4/30 vs. CHI, 5/6 vs. LA 

1 

Twice: 4/15 @ KC, 4/30 vs. CHI 

Most Assists, Half 

2 

Twice: 4/30 vs. CHI (2 nd ), 5/6 vs. LA (1 st ) 

1 

Twice: 4/15 @ KC, 4/30 vs. CHI 

Most Shots, Game 

21 

4/8 @ NY 

14 

4/8 @ NY 

Most Shots, Half 

12 

4/9 @ NY (1 st ) 

10 

4/15 @ KC (1 st ) 

Most Shots on Goal, Game 

8 

5/6 vs. LA 

7 

4/30 vs. CHI 

Most Shots on Goal, Half 

5 

5/6 vs. LA (1 st ) 

6 

4/15 @ KC (1 st ) 

Most Offsides, Game 

4 

Twice: 4/8 @ NY; 4/15 @ KC 

2 

Three times: last 5/6 vs. LA 

Most Offsides, Half 

2 

Twice: 4/15 @ KC (1 st and 2 nd ) 

2 

4/30 vs. CHI (1 st ) 

Most Corners, Game 

8 

4/30 vs. CHI 

8 

4/1 @ LA 

Most Corners, Half 

6 

4/30 vs. CHI (2 nd ) 

4 

Twice: 4/1 @ LA (1 st & 2 nd ) 

Most Fouls, Game 

22 

4/8 @ NY 

22 

4/30 vs. CHI 

Most Fouls, Half 

12 

4/1 @ LA (2 nd ) 

13 

Twice: 4/30 vs. CHI (1 st ), 5/6 vs. LA (1 st ) 

Most Cautions, Game 

4 

4/8 @ NY 

2 

4/30 vs. CHI 

Most Cautions, Half 

4 

4/8 @NY (2 nd ) 

1 

Six times, last 5/6 vs. LA (1 st ) 

Most Ejections, Game 

- 


- 


Most Ejections, Half 

- 


- 


Most Penalty Kicks, Game 

1 

5/6 vs. LA 

1 

4/15 @ KC 

Fewest Goals, Game 

0 

Twice: 4/8 @ NY, 4/15 @ KC 

0 

Three times, last 5/6 vs. LA 

Fewest Shots, Game 

3 

4/1 @ LA 

6 

5/6 vs. LA 

Fewest Shots, Half 

0 

4/1 @ LA (2 nd ) 

2 

4/15 @ KC (2 nd ) 

Fewest Shots on Goal, Game 

3 

4/1 @ LA 

2 

4/8 @ NY (2 nd ) 

Fewest Shots on Goal, Half 

0 

4/1 @ LA 

0 

4/15 @ KC 

Fewest Offsides, Game 

1 

Twice: 4/30 vs. CHI, 5/6 vs. LA 

1 

Twice: 4/8 @ NY, 4/15 @ KC 

Fewest Offsides, Half 

0 

Twice: 4/8 @ NY (2 nd ), 5/6 vs. LA (1 st ) 

0 

Three times, last 4/30 vs. CHI (2 nd ) 

Fewest Corners, Game 

3 

5/6 vs. LA 

3 

4/8 @ NY 

Fewest Corners, Half 

0 

5/6 vs. LA (2 nd ) 

0 

4/8 @ NY (1 st ) 

Fewest Fouls, Game 

9 

4/15 @ KC 

14 

4/15 @ KC 

Largest Attendance 11,762 

4/30 vs. CHI 

35,793 

4/8 @ NY 

INDIVIDUAL CATEGORIES 


REVOLUTION 


OPPONENTS 

Most Goals, Game 

2 

Joseph, 5/6 vs. LA 

1 

Three times, last Thiago & Rolfe, 4/30 vs. 

Most Assists, Game 

2 

Cancela, 5/6 vs. LA 

1 

Twice: last Pause, 4/30 vs. CHI 

Most Shots, Game 

5 

Joseph, 4/8 @ NY 

Twellman, 4/8 @ NY 

Cancela, 4/30 vs. CHI 

5 

Djorkaeff, 4/8 @ NY 

Most Shots on Goal, Game 

2 

Six times, last: Joseph, 5/6 vs. LA 

Dorman, 5/6 vs. LA 

3 

Gomez, 4/1 @ LA 

Most Fouls Committed, Game 

4 

Joseph, 4/1 @ LA 

Riley, 4/1 @ LA 

6 

Barrett, 4/30 vs. CHI 

Most Consec. Games w/ Goal 

2 

Twellman, 4/30 vs. KC - present 

- 


GOALKEEPING CATEGORIES 


REVOLUTION 


OPPONENTS 

Most Goals Against, Game 

2 

Reis, 4/30 vs. CHI 

4 

Hartman, 5/6 vs. LA 

Most Shots on Goal Against, Game 

7 

Reis, 4/30 vs. CHI 

8 

Hartman, 5/6 vs. LA 

Most Shots on Goal Against, Half 

6 

Reis, 4/15 @ KC 

4 

Meola, 4/8 @ NY 

Most Saves, Game 

5 

Reis, 4/15 @ KC 

7 

Meola, 4/8 @ NY 

Most Saves, Half 

5 

Reis, 4/15 @ KC 

4 

Meola, 4/8 @ NY 

Fewest Goals Against, Game 

0 

Reis, Three times, last 5/6 vs. LA 

0 

Twice: 





Meola, 4/8 @ NY 

Oshoniyi, 4/15 @ KC 

Fewest Shots on Goal Against, Game 

2 

Reis, 4/8 @ NY 

2 

Twice: 

Hartman, 4/1 @ LA 

Oshoniyi, 4/15 @ KC 

Fewest Saves, Game 

2 

Reis, 4/8 @ NY 

1 

Hartman, 4/1 @ LA 

Most Consec. Minutes w/o Goal 

183 

Reis, 4/1 @ LA into 4/15 @ KC 

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2006 Revolution Highs & Lows 


Goals Scored by Interval 

















New England Revolution 1, at Los Angeles Galaxy 0 

April 1,2006 at The Home Depot CenterAttendance: 27,000 
Scoring - NER - Dempsey (Dorman) 33 

Shots Saves Fouls Offsides Corners 

NE 3 2 22 3 4 

LA 12 12 17 2 8 


New England Revolution 0, at New York Red Bulls 0 

April 8, 2006 at The Meadowlands Attendance: 35,793 
Scoring - None 

Shots Saves Fouls Offsides Corners 

NE 21 21 14 4 7 

NY 14 14 19 1 3 


At Kansas City Wizards 1, New England Revolution 0 

April 15, 2006 at Arrowhead StadiumAttendance: 8,436 
Scoring - KC - Conrad (Jewsbury) 3 

Shots Saves Fouls Offsides Corners 

NE 6 6 9 4 7 

KC 12 11 14 1 4 


Chicago Fire 2, at New England Revolution 1 

April 30, 2006 at Gillette StadiumAttendance: 11,762 
Scoring - NE - Twellman (Dorman, Cancela) 54, CHI - Thiago 
(Pause) 64, CHI - Rolfe (unassisted) 68 

Shots Saves Fouls Offsides Corners 
CHI 12 4 11 1 8 

NE 9 4 22 2 6 


At New England Revolution 4, Los Angeles Galaxy 0 

May 6, 2006 at Gillette StadiumAttendance: 11,419 

Scoring - NE - Twellman (unassisted) 5, NE - Ralston (Cancela) 39, 

NE - Joseph (Cancela) 43, NE - Joseph (penalty kick) 69 

Shots Saves Fouls Offsides Corners 

LA 6 4 21 2 4 

NE 13 3 16 1 3 


2006 Revolution Game-by-Game Lineups 


April 1, 2006 

April 8, 2006 

April 15, 2006 

April 30, 3006 

@ Los Angeles 

@ New York 

@ Kansas City 

vs. Chicago 

W1-0 

T 0-0 

L, 0-1 

L, 1-2 

GK - Reis 

GK - Reis 

GK - Reis 

GK - Reis 

D - Riley (Brown 83’) 

D - Riley 

D - Riley 

D - Riley 

D - Hernandez 

D - Hernandez 

D - Parkhurst 

D - Parkhurst 

D - Heaps 

D - Heaps 

D - Heaps 

D - Heaps 

M - Franchino© 

M - Franchino© (Brown 46’) 

M - Franchino© (Marshall 14’) 

M - Lochhead (Sims IT) 

M - Joseph 

M- Joseph 

M - Joseph 

M - Joseph © 

M - Dorman 

M - Dorman 

M - Hernandez 

M - Hernandez 

M - Ralston 

M - Ralston 

M - Dorman 

M - Dorman 

F- Dempsey 

F- Dempsey 

F- Dempsey 

F- Cancela 

F- Noonan 

F- Noonan 

F- Noonan (Cancela 46’) 

F- Dempsey 

F- Twellman 

May 6, 2006 

Vs. Los Angeles 

W, 4-0 

GK - Reis 

D - Riley 

D - Parkhurst 

D - Heaps 

M - Dorman 

M - Hernandez (Lochhead 24’) 

M - Joseph © 

M - Ralston (Larentowicz 73’) 

F- Cancela 

F- Dempsey (Brown 77’) 

F-Twellman 

F- Twellman 

F- Twellman 

F- Twellman