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New England claims Andy Williams off waivers; Tampa Bay acquires local product Kartes.

Sommer signs to return to New England despite salary reduction.

Wright redeems himself, scores late to help Revs survive 2-1 over Fire.

Late Baba tally propels New England past Tampa Bay 2-1.

>New England ends losing streak, using late Harris goal to defeat K.C. 1-0.

Wynalda traded to New England; Miami gets McKinley in return.

Revolution hands reins to Clavijo.

Moore's defection to Everton is a better pill for MLS on eve of Cup.

Moore's assignment to Everton is complete, he signs $2.3 million pact.

Does Kraft's Gulati carry too much clout?

Gulati hired to manage New England Revolution.

Revolution  New England Revolution

Year Record Coach Notes
2000 13-13-6 Fernando Clavijo Lost first round playoffs
1999 12-20 Walter Zenga -
1998 11-21 Thomas Rongen / Walter Zenga -
1997 15-17 Thomas Rongen Lost conference semifinals
1996 15-17 Frank Stapleton -
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    Foxboro Stadium
    60 Washington Street - Route 1
    Foxboro, Massachusetts 02035
    phone: (508) 543-5001
    public relations phone: (508) 384-9267
    press box phone: (508) 543-8500, 384-9203
    fax: (508) 384-9128
    public relations fax: (508) 384-9129

    Fan clubs
    The Midnight Riders
    Pictures of Chairmain Mao (fanzine)
    The Unofficial Rev Pages

    Daily newspapers
    Boston Globe
    Boston Herald
    Providence Journal-Bulletin
    The Washington Post

    Team officials
    Investor-operator: The Kraft family - Robert Kraft, Jonathan Kraft, Daniel Kraft
    Chief operating officer: Brian O’Donovan
    Managing director, kraft soccer: Sunil Gulati
    Vice president, operations : Derek Aframe
    Head coach: Fernando Clavijo

    Team staff
    Assistant coach: Renato Capobianco
    Assistant coach: Ed Tremble
    Goalkeeper coach: John Murphy
    Strength and conditioning: Walter Norton
    Operations / team admin: Shaun Oliver
    Operations assistant: Jack Shapiro
    Equipment manager: Tony Leone
    Trainer / medical services coordinator: Mike Fritz
    Massage therapist: Adam Parrett
    Medical staff: Dr. Bertram Zarins
    Official training center: Foxboro/Wrentham State
    Team photographer: David Silverman
    Public address announcer: John Hess
    Head statistician: TBD

    Game information
    Stadium: Foxboro Stadium
    MLS capacity: 24,871
    Field dimensions: 72 yards x 116 yards
    Playing surface: Natural grass
    Team colors: Red, white, blue
    Ticket prices: $27, $17, $12
    Revolution television: Fox Sports New England
    Revolution television announcers:
    Division: Eastern
    Visiting team hotel: Westin Waltham (781) 290-5600

    Administrative Staff
    Director, marketing: Lou Imbriano
    Director, crowd building: Rick Faubert
    Director, corporate and broadcast sales: John Levy
    Director, premium seat sales: David Pearlstein
    Media relations: Jurgen Mainka
    Community outreach: Hilary Pereira
    Promotions and events manager: Jennifer Ferron
    Ticketing coordinator: Kate Puopolo
    Ticket office manager: Michael Dressler
    Account executives: Rui Costa, Keith Dukat, Kristin Neibergs, Mike Ryan, Adam Cohn Mike Dressler
    Account executive / special projects: Craig Tornberg
    Corporate ticket sales: Kathryn Wilson
    Sales manager: Jon Levy
    Corporate sales executive: Marybeth Guiney, Joe Mariani, Noreen Ferreira
    Marketing services: Tracey Goulet
    Marketing coordinator: Gail Reinalda
    Marketing associate: Christine Robillard
    Hospitality manager: Bill Nelsen
    Assistant to COO: Anne-Marie Jannace
    Entertainment manager: Gary Grodecki
    Media assistant: Jed Mettee
    New media producer: Dave Kartunen, Ben Kulis

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