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MLS Summary (July 29): Wizards down Revs
July 30th, 2001 12AM
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July 29 in Kansas City KANSAS CITY 2 NEW ENGLAND 0 Scoring Summary: KC --Santel (Gomez, Prideaux) 21 KC --Glasgow (Lassiter, McKeon) 65 KANSAS CITY -- Bo Oshoniyi, Nick Garcia, Peter Vermes, Brandon Prideaux, Kerry Zavagnin, Chris Klein, Matt McKeon, Mark Santel (Onandi Lowe, 59), Francisco Gomez (Roy Lassiter, 46), Chris Brown, Gary Glasgow (Tahj Jakins, 89) CAUTIONS: McKeon 38; EJECTIONS: none. NEW ENGLAND -- Jeff Causey, Alan Woods, Yari Allnut (Matt Okoh, 70), Mauricio Wright, Joe Franchino, William Sunsing (Johnny Torres 70), Shaker Asad, Cate (Ted Chronopoulos, 46), Jay Heaps, Wolde Harris (Nick Downing 83), Andy Williams. CAUTIONS: Okoh 78; EJECTIONS: none. Referee: Terry Vaughn; Assistant Referees: Richard Huber, Steve Taylor. Attendance: 6,071; Weather: Partly Cloudy, Hot, Humid - 92, Clear.

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