2006 New England Revolution Roster

Major League Soccer (MLS)
Team Record: 12-8-12 - 48 points
Finishing 2nd in MLS's Eastern Conference
Postseason: 2-1-1
Lost MLS Cup
Coach: Steve Nicol (12-8-12)
Location: Foxborough, Massachusetts
Attendance: 188,569, Avg. 12,571 in 15 home dates
2006 New England Revolution Statistics

The New England Revolution of Major League Soccer ended the 2006 season with a record of 12 wins and 8 losses and 12 ties for 48 points finishing second in MLS's Eastern Conference. The team compiled a postseason mark of 2-1-1.

The Revolution yielded 35 goals, fewest in the league. New England bagged 39 goals. Taylor Twellman scored 11 goals for the team, while Andy Dorman, Clint Dempsey and Steve Ralston each netted five or more also. Andy Dorman contributed 10 assists. Matt Reis topped the squad with 12 wins and a team-best 0.73 goals against average, best among goalkeepers with enough qualifying appearances.

Steve Nicol coached the team. The 2006 New England Revolution lost in the MLS Cup.

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Player Pos. Birth Date Height Weight Hometown
Jose AbundisFJune 11, 19735'10"160Guadalajara, Mexico
Kyle BrownFAugust 10, 19835'11"172Tulsa, OK
Jose CancelaMJune 25, 19765'9"161Santa Lucia, Uruguay
Leandro de OliveiraMNovember 30, 19825'8"155Sao Paola, Brazil
Clint DempseyMMarch 9, 19836'1"170Nacogdoches, TX
Andy DormanMMay 1, 19826'1"160Cheshire, England
Joe FranchinoMAugust 9, 19765'9"165Fontana, CA
Jani GalikMSeptember 10, 19846'1"180Prerov, Czechoslovakia
Miguel GonzalezMSeptember 25, 19875'8"145Miami, FL
Pat HaggertyDFebruary 21, 19836'3"185Lawrenceville, NJ
Jay HeapsDAugust 2, 19765'9"155Nashua, NH
Daniel HernandezMJune 23, 19765'11"165Tyler, TX
Avery JohnDJune 18, 19756'0"182Vance River, Trinidad & Tobago
Shalrie JosephMMay 24, 19786'3"180Saint George, Grenada
Jeff LarentowiczMAugust 5, 19836'1"175Pasadena, CA
Ryan LathamFNovember 18, 19825'11"175Dallas, TX
Marshall LeonardMDecember 29, 19805'7"170El Paso, TX
Tony LochheadDJanuary 12, 19826'0"163Tauranga, New Zealand
Pat NoonanFAugust 2, 19806'0"170St. Louis, MO
Arsene OkaMDecember 20, 19835'8"155Abidjan, Ivory Coast
Michael ParkhurstDJanuary 24, 19845'11"155Providence, RI
Steve RalstonMJune 14, 19745'9"160Oakville, MO
Matt ReisGMarch 28, 19756'1"196Atlanta, GA
James RileyDOctober 27, 19825'10"150Colorado Springs, CO
Willie SimsFJanuary 18, 19845'9"150Guatemala City, Guatemala
Khano SmithMJanuary 10, 19816'3"190Paget, Bermuda
T.J. TomassoGSeptember 10, 19836'0"184Hackensack, NJ
Taylor TwellmanFFebruary 29, 19805'11"170Minneapolis, MN
Doug WarrenGMarch 18, 19816'0"190Palatine, IL
Adam WilliamsonMAugust 4, 19845'10"155Petersburg, NJ
Danny WynnM-DSeptember 25, 19835'10"170St. Louis, MO


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