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Revolution a united crew

A starting role has put Revolution forward Adam Cristman's offensive skills on full display. A starting role has put Revolution forward Adam Cristman's offensive skills on full display. (ROBERT E. KLEIN/FOR THE GLOBE)
By Frank Dell'Apa
Globe Staff / April 19, 2007

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When Clint Dempsey was sold to Fulham FC, the Revolution lost one of their most accomplished players ever. Without Dempsey's skills, the Revolution have had to rely more on central midfielders Andy Dorman and Shalrie Joseph to set up the attack. (Full article: 499 words)

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