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New england revolution

The Red Bulls earned their second major trophy in three years, while NYCFC went quietly into the no-postseason night.
NYCFC found their first home victory with a 2-0 performance over New England.
Goals from Tim Cahill and Peguy Luyindula weren't enough to send the Red Bulls to MLS Cup.
New York won't have Bradley Wright-Phillips for the second leg because no one on the team knew the playoff rules!
The Red Bulls played terribly in the first half, but fantastically in the second.
Tim Cahill scored on the last play of the game to secure the Red Bulls' 10th playoff berth in 11 years.
A goal from Lloyd Sam helped the depleted Red Bulls salvage the draw, taking seven points out of a nine game week.
Four different Red Bulls scored to complete the victory and close out a three-game week for New York.
The odds were long against RBNY to begin with.
After losing leading scorer Thierry Henry early to a strained hamstring, the Red Bulls managed to hang on for an unlikely 1-0 victory, their first shutout of the year.
After losing to the New England Revolution this weekend, the MetroStars are
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