Saturday, September 10, 2011
Match day info: FC Dallas at New England Revolution
New England Revolution
kick off is at 6:30 p.m. CT
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REFEREE: Baldomero Toledo.
MLS Career: 118 games; FC/gm: 24.9; Y/gm: 3.6; R: 46; pens: 47
SAR (bench): Fabio Tovar;
JAR (opposite): Ian Anderson;
4th: Jose Carlos Rivero
NEW ENGLAND REVOLUTION – OUT: MF Stephen McCarthy (L shoulder subluxation); MF Sainey Nyassi (R knee MCL sprain); QUESTIONABLE: DF Otto Loewy (L groin pain) ...
FC DALLAS – OUT: DF Edson Edward (R knee ACL tear); MF David Ferreira (R ankle); FW Fabian Castillo (pelvis); MF Bruno Guarda (L ankle)
(ed note: Marvin Chavez injured his ankle playing for Honduras after the official injury report was released and maybe questionable at this point.)
INTERNATIONAL ABSENCES: none
SUSPENDED: DAL: Ugo Ihemelu (caution accumulation; through Sept. 10)
SUSPENDED NEXT YELLOW CARD: NE: Pat Phelan ... DAL: Daniel Hernandez, George John, Andrew Jacobson, Brek Shea
SUSPENDED AFTER TWO YELLOW CARDS: NE: Milton Caraglio, Ryan Cochrane, Franco Coria, Shalrie Joseph, Rajko Lekic, Kenny Mansally, Stephen McCarthy ... DAL: Marvin Chavez, Jeremy Hall, Zach Loyd
ALL-TIME (36 meetings): Revolution 22 wins (1 shootout), 63 goals... FC Dallas 11 wins (1 shootout), 46 goals...Ties 3
AT NEW ENGLAND (17 meetings): Revolution 11 wins (1 shootout), 35 goals ... FC Dallas 5 wins (1 shootout), 24 goals ... Ties 1
- In the first meeting between the teams, Marvin Chavez scored the game's lone goal in the 69th minute as FC Dallas won June 4 at Pizza Hut Park.
- The win in the first meeting was just the second FC Dallas win all-time in seven games vs. the Revolution at Pizza Hut Park, and the first since 2006.
- FC Dallas last won in New England in 2003, a 2-1 win on July 16. The Revolution had won six consecutive home games vs. FCD before last year's 1-1 draw in Foxborough.
Steve Nicol vs. DAL: P20 W13 L5 D2 ...
Schellas Hyndman vs. NE: P5 W2 L1 D2
LAST MEETING (MLS)
6/4: DAL 1, NE 0 (Chavez 69)
- The game's lone goal came in the 69th minute. Marvin Chavez rounded his defender after a run down the right flank and cut toward the near post. He slotted a low shot from a narrow angle that beat Revolution goalkeeper Matt Reis on the short side.
- FCD goalkeeper Kevin Hartman recorded his MLS-record 100th career shutout, stopping two shots in the process.