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Jan. 14, 2004 – Revolution sign Steve Nicol to two-year extension

Steve Nicol, twice named Revolution interim coach (in 1999 and 2002), signed his second contract as full-time coach. Nicol guided the Revolution to four MLS Cup finals appearances from 2002-07. In 2004, Nicol coached the Revolution to the third of seven successive Eastern Conference title games. Nicol compiled a 112W-108L-81D record with the Revolution, sixth […]

Jan. 13, 2011 – Revolution select A.J. Soares with No. 6 pick in MLS SuperDraft

A.J. Soares became a New England Revolution starter in central defense, paired with Franco Coria, in the team’s season-opener, a 1-1 draw with the Los Angeles Galaxy at The Home Depot Center in Carson, Calif., on March 20, 2011. Soares, who totaled 101 appearances and five goals in all competitions with the Revolution, concluded his […]

Jan. 12, 2012 – Revolution select Kelyn Rowe with No. 3 pick in MLS SuperDraft

Kelyn Rowe has been a starter for the New England Revolution since their 2012 season-opener at San Jose (1-0 loss). Rowe, who earned a callup to the U.S. national team last year, has totaled 198 matches and 35 goals (eighth on the team all-time list) in all competitions for the Revolution. Jan. 12, 2007 – […]

Jan. 11, 2002 – Revolution acquire Mamadou Diallo, Carlos Llamosa, Steve Ralston, Jim Rooney, Alex Pineda Chacon, Shaker Asad in dispersal draft

The New England Revolution capitalized on the demise of the Miami Fusion and Tampa Bay Mutiny to begin a rebuilding project, developing the basis for teams that reached the 2002, ’05, ’06 and ’07 MLS Cup finals. Revolution coach Fernando Clavijo also acquired former Mutiny goalkeeper Adin Brown as a free agent, then selected Taylor […]

Jan. 9, 2014 – Revolution acquire Charlie Davies from Randers FC on free transfer

Jan. 9, 2012 – Revolution acquire Fernando Cardenas and Jhon Lozano from America de Cali Jan. 9, 1925 – Fall River Marksmen announce negotiations for matches in England and Scotland “Local sportsman” Jud Griffiths, a representative of Marksmen owner Sam Mark, will leave for Europe on Jan. 25, 1925 Jan. 9, 1915 – Bethlehem Steel […]

Jan. 10, 2007 – Clint Dempsey granted work permit by UK Home Office

After three seasons with the New England Revolution, Clint Dempsey went on to a seven-year career in the Premier League. Jan. 10, 1931 – Pawtucket 3:4 Fall River, National Cup New England district match New Bedford Whalers 3:1 Providence, National Cup match Jan. 10, 1949 – U.S. Soccer Assn. annual meeting at Boston Statler Hotel […]