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GAME THREAD: Philadelphia Union vs. New England Revolution

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Jim Curtin makes his long-awaited MLS debut as the Philadelphia Union travel to New England for the first time this season for their third meeting with the Revolution this season.

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UNION GAME #17
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Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, MA
June 29, 2014
7:30 PM ET
CSN - JP Dellacamera and Peter Pappas
Know Thy Enemy: The Bent Musket
Starting XI
Patrick Mullins Forward Sebastien Le Toux, Conor Casey

Diego Fagundez, Lee Nguyen, Daigo Kobayashi, Teal Bunbury

Andy Dorman

Midfield

Danny Cruz, Cristian Maidana, Amobi Okugo, Michael Lahoud

Chris Tierney, Jose Goncalves, A.J. Soares, Andrew Farrell, Defense Fabinho, Sheanon Williams, Maurice Edu, Ray Gaddis
Brad Knighton Goalkeeper Zac MacMath
Bobby Shuttleworth, Darrius Barnes, Stephen McCarthy, Scott Caldwell, Steve Neumann, Kelyn Rowe, Saer Sene Bench Andre Blake, Brian Carroll, Pedro Ribeiro, Leo Fernandes, Fred, Aaron Wheeler, Andrew Wenger
Stats (Explained Here)
.452 (17th) TSR .535 (3rd)
.405 (18th) DZR .492 (8th)
.473 (13th) xGR .514 (7th)
Game Officials
Referee: Alan Kelly
Assistant: Peter Manikowski
Assistant: Claudio Badea
Fourth: Jorge Gonzalez

Allow us to interrupt the 2014 FIFA World Cup for the return of MLS, and more specifically the Philadelphia Union where Jim Curtin will be making his managerial debut in the MLS regular season. While the Union have no players on their squad currently in Brazil, the New England Revolution will be without Honduran Jerry Bengston, still licking his wounds in Brazil after Honduras was well and truly throttled out of the World Cup.

Use this thread to comment on the game. Go Union! DOOP!