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Rapids Down United
DENVER, CO. - The Colorado Rapids defeated DC United at Invesco Field at Mile High Saturday night. Colorado bested United with a final score of 2-1 in front of a crowd of 31,443. The Rapids set an MLS record by going 16 consecutive games unbeaten at home.
May 23, 2004 By Patrick Quinn

Revs fail to hold early lead against Metrostars and end in 1-1 draw
FOXBORO, MA. - The New England Revolution took an early lead against the Metrostars, but despite creating the majority of good chances they were unable to respond to a second half goal by Cornell Glen and came away with a somewhat disappointing 1-1 draw. An early goal by Pat Noonan ended the Revolution’s scoreless streak that lasted over two games, but wasn’t enough to end their winless streak that has now stretched to three games.
May 22, 2004 By Sean Donahue

Metros winless in 5
After 5 games, with one loss and four ties, the Metros can't seem to pick up that one win to break the streak. It may be a goal, one goal is all thats needed to break that streak, but its that one goal that the Metros can't seem to get. The Metros capped off their 3rd tie in a row at Foxboro this evening.
May 22, 2004 By Tom

Episode 2 - Hungry Are The Damned
Nobody likes to lose. The ignominy of defeat is not something easily suffered, especially between fierce and eternal rivals. The game of soccer has served to amplify that feeling throughout history, with rivalries extending from across town to across one’s country. Long-standing and deep-seated resentments between neighborhoods, cities and nations are projected onto the pitch, and the bile and vitriol of rival cities and countries are vested into 22 select men.
May 22, 2004 By Darth Norteño

Referee gifts Columbus a win on the fifth anniversary of their stadium
COLUMBUS, OHIO. (5/15/04) - The New England Revolution (1-3-2) scored two goals against Columbus (1-3-2), but somehow managed to find themselves on the short end of a 1-0 loss to the previously winless Crew. After a late first half goal by Edson Buddle, Taylor Twellman and Steve Ralston both scored what could have been the equalizing goal, but both were called offsides by Michael Kennedy in two of his many questionable calls that night. The Crew, who were celebrating the 5th anniversery of Crew Stadium, got away with rough play all night with a slide-tackle from behind on Jose Cancela and many off-the-ball challenges on Clint Dempsey going uncarded. Dempsey, who had received a yellow card earlier for a soft foul on Kyle Martino was unable to retaliate, fearing a red card.
May 18, 2004 By Sean Donahue

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