Who feels like analyzing why we lost to the Montreal Impact this past weekend? Not me. It's depressing.
Instead, let us together reflect on better times in club history like the 2000s where the New England Revolution were perennial playoff powerhouses, won US Open Cup, Superliga and made repeated playoff runs. The mid 2000 Revs were examples of greatness yet towards the end of the decade their form dropped off. Some might say the rest of Major League Soccer read Darwin's The Origin of Species and adapted and evolved while Steve Nicol, arms folded, failed to open the book. We are still suffering through this egregious sin.
With the amount of talent that stepped on the grass (then turf) at Gillette Stadium in a Revs kit we can build a pretty solid team. Players like John Harkes, Eric Wynalda, Ted Chronopolous, Juergen Sommer (first ever American GK to play in the EPL,) Wolde Harris are some blasts from the past you may want to consider. Make sure you build yours in the comment section; here are the criteria:
- Must have played from 2000-2009
- Must use player in the position he often appeared in. Can't use a winger as a central midfielder
- They may not have been superstars when playing for the Revs, but that's ok.