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Who’s the greatest Revolution player of all time?

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New England Revolution v Los Angeles Galaxy
Former Revolution forward Taylor Twellman reacts after scoring against the LA Galaxy on May 12, 2007. USA Today recently named Twellman the greatest player in Revolution history.
Photo by Victor Decolongon/Getty Images

During his eight-season stint with the Revolution, Taylor Twellman established himself as one of Major League Soccer’s premier finishers. He racked up 101 goals in a Revolution uniform and claimed the league’s MVP award in 2005. To this day, he remains the only Revs player to accomplish either feat.

That’s why USA Today named Twellman the top player in Revolution history. The designation appeared in an article written by Jim Reineking that lists the greatest-ever player for every MLS franchise. Twellman beat out Clint Dempsey, Diego Fagundez, Jay Heaps, Lee Nguyen, Steve Ralston and Matt Reis, who made the list as honorable mentions.

So, did USA Today get it right?

Share your pick for the greatest-ever Revolution player in the comments section below.