History

New England Revolution 1998

Record
11 W, 21 L

Result
6th, Eastern Conference

Team Leaders
Raul Diaz Arce, 18 G
Joe-Max Moore, 15 A
Jeff Causey, 1.82 GAA
Ian Feuer, 81 SVS

Complete 1998 stats

Coach
Thomas Rongen, Walter Zenga

Stadium
Foxboro Stadium

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In 1998, the team struggled throughout the club’s third campaign as stalwarts Joe-Max Moore and Mike Burns missed a substantial portion of the season with the U.S. National Team at the World Cup in France. The Revolution dropped nine straight games between May and early July. In August, Rongen and his staff resigned and Walter Zenga, the Revs’ goalkeeper, took over as player/coach. New England went 3-3 down the stretch. Off-season acquisition Raul Diaz Arce scored 18 goals to go along with eight assists, while Moore added seven goals and 15 assists.