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1996 New England Revolution season

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

New England Revolution
1996 season
OwnerRobert Kraft (The Kraft Group)
Head coachFrank Stapleton
StadiumFoxboro Stadium
Foxborough, Massachusetts
MLSConference: 5th
Overall: 9th
MLS Cup PlayoffsDid not qualify
U.S. Open CupDid not enter
CONCACAF Champions' CupDid not qualify
Top goalscorerLeague: Joe-Max Moore (11)
All: Joe-Max Moore (11)
Highest home attendance38,633 (Sep. 21 vs. Columbus Crew)
Lowest home attendance11,009 (Sep. 12 vs. Tampa Bay Mutiny)
Average home league attendance19,025
Biggest win2 goals:
6 times
Biggest defeat5 goals:
SJ 6 – 1 NE (Aug. 11)
1997 →

The 1996 New England Revolution season was the inaugural season for the New England Revolution both as a club and in Major League Soccer (MLS). The team finished last out of five teams in the Eastern Conference, missing the MLS Cup Playoffs. Following the team's last game of the season, head coach Frank Stapleton resigned on September 26, 1996. He was replaced by Thomas Rongen on November 5, 1996.[1]

Revolution forward Joe-Max Moore was named MLS Player of the Week for Week 18, and Alexi Lalas and Wélton were both named All-Stars for the 1996 MLS All-Star Game.[2]

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Transcription

Contents

Pre-season

Initial player allocations

As part of Major League Soccer's first season, teams were each allocated four marquee players before the 1996 MLS Inaugural Player Draft. On October 17, 1995, MLS allocated defender Alexi Lalas and defender Mike Burns to the Revolution.[1] Lalas was a United States national team regular who had played in the 1992 Summer Olympics[3] and 1994 FIFA World Cup[4] and was under contract with Padova in Italy's Serie A, while Burns had played alongside Lalas for the United States in the 1992 Olympics[3] and was playing for Viborg FF in Denmark's Superliga at the time.

On February 5, 1996, MLS allocated American goalkeeper Jim St. Andre of the A-League's New York Centaurs and Italian forward Giuseppe Galderisi, Lalas' teammate at Padova, to the Revolution.[1]

First head coach

On January 4, 1996, the team named Frank Stapleton the first head coach of the New England Revolution.[1] Stapleton was an Irish international who had played for Arsenal, Manchester United, Ajax, Blackburn Rovers, and Bradford City among others.[5]

Draft results

Inaugural player draft

On February 6 and 7, 1996, New England selected 16 players in the Inaugural Player Draft.[1]

New England Revolution – 1996 MLS Inaugural Player Draft
Round Overall Name Position Previous Club
1 5 Canada Iain Fraser D United States Sacramento Knights
2 15 United States Peter Woodring M United States Hawaii Tsunami
3 25 Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Bojan Vučković F United States Tampa Bay Terror
4 35 United States Marquis White F Bolivia Club Destroyers
5 45 United States Ted Chronopoulos D Greece Panionios
6 55 United States Yari Allnutt F Mexico Irapuato
7 65 United States Rob Ukrop F United States Richmond Kickers
8 75 United States Darren Sawatzky M United States Oregon Surge
9 85 Puerto Rico Tom Lips D United States New York Fever
10 95 Slovakia Richard Weiszmann D United States North Bay Breakers
11 105 United States John DeBrito M United States New York Fever
12 115 United States Jim Adams GK United States Cleveland Crunch
13 125 Canada Geoff Aunger M Canada Vancouver 86ers
14 135 Brazil Antonio Superbia M United States Jersey Dragons
15 145 United States Derk Droze F Chile San Marcos
16 155 United States Jorge Olamendi M United States Los Angeles Salsa

College draft

On March 4, 1996, the Revolution selected Paul Keegan, Imad Baba, and Paulo Dos Santos in the College Draft.[1]

New England Revolution – 1996 MLS College Draft
Round Overall Name Position Previous Club
1 6 Republic of Ireland Paul Keegan F United States Boston College Eagles
2 16 United States Imad Baba M United States Clemson Tigers
3 26 Cape Verde Paulo Dos Santos M United States Rhode Island Rams

Supplemental draft

Following the College Draft, the Revolution selected Beto Naveda, Wélton, and Zak Ibsen in the Supplemental Draft.[1]

New England Revolution – 1996 MLS Supplemental Draft
Round Overall Name Position Previous Club
1 6 Argentina Beto Naveda M Argentina Boca Juniors
2 16 Brazil Wélton F Brazil America (RJ)
3 26 United States Zak Ibsen D United States Tampa Bay Terror

Competitions

Major League Soccer

Conference standings

Pos Team Pld W L SOW GF GA GD Pts Qualification
1 Tampa Bay Mutiny 32 19 12 1 66 51 +15 58 Playoffs
2 D.C. United 32 15 16 1 62 56 +6 46
3 NY/NJ MetroStars 32 12 17 3 45 47 −2 39
4 Columbus Crew 32 11 17 4 59 60 −1 37
5 New England Revolution 32 9 17 6 43 56 −13 33
Source: MLS

Overall standings

Pos Team Pld W L SOW GF GA GD Pts Qualification
1 Tampa Bay Mutiny (X) 32 19 12 1 66 51 +15 58
2 Los Angeles Galaxy 32 15 13 4 59 49 +10 49 1997 CONCACAF Champions' Cup[a]
3 D.C. United (C) 32 15 16 1 62 56 +6 46
4 Dallas Burn 32 12 15 5 50 48 +2 41
5 Kansas City Wiz 32 12 15 5 61 63 −2 41
6 San Jose Clash 32 12 17 3 50 50 0 39
7 NY/NJ MetroStars 32 12 17 3 45 47 −2 39
8 Columbus Crew 32 11 17 4 59 60 −1 37
9 New England Revolution 32 9 17 6 43 56 −13 33
10 Colorado Rapids 32 9 21 2 44 59 −15 29
Source: MLS
(C) Champion; (X) Supporters' Shield winner.
Notes:
  1. ^ Qualified as 1996 MLS Cup finalists

Matches

Honors

References

  1. ^ a b c d e f g "2018 New England Revolution Media Guide – Coach and Player Registry" (PDF). New England Revolution. pp. 32–34. Retrieved 5 June 2018.
  2. ^ a b c d e f "2018 New England Revolution Media Guide – Stats and Records" (PDF). pp. 1–2. Retrieved 5 June 2018.
  3. ^ a b "Olympic Football Tournament Barcelona 1992 – Teams – USA – Squad List". FIFA. Retrieved 5 June 2018.
  4. ^ "1994 FIFA World Cup USA – Teams – USA – Players". FIFA. Retrieved 5 June 2018.
  5. ^ "Home – Teams – Ireland – Frank Stapleton". National-Football-Teams. Retrieved 5 June 2018.
  6. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af "2018 New England Revolution Media Guide – Year by Year History" (PDF). New England Revolution. pp. 153, 155–156. Retrieved 1 June 2018.
  7. ^ Carlisle, Jeff. Soccer's Most Wanted II: The Top 10 Book of More Glorious Goals, Superb Saves, and Fantastic Free-Kicks (1st ed.). Potomac Books, Inc. p. 39. ISBN 978-1-59797-193-5.
  8. ^ a b c d e f g h "USA 1996". RSSSF. Retrieved 4 June 2018.
  9. ^ "NE VS. KC 6/1/96". Sporting Kansas City. Retrieved June 13, 2018.
  10. ^ a b "Schedule". Los Angeles Galaxy. Retrieved 4 June 2018.
  11. ^ "KC VS. NE 6/15/96". Sporting Kansas City. Retrieved June 13, 2018.
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