History

New England Revolution 2010

Record
9 W, 16 L, 5 T

Result
6th, Eastern Conference

Team Leaders
Marko Perovic, 6 G
Kheli Dube and Shalrie Joseph, 8 A
Preston Burpo, 1.53 GAA
Matt Reis, 51 SVS

Complete 2010 stats

Coach
Steve Nicol

Stadium
Gillette Stadium

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Shaped by retirements and ravaged by injuries for much of the 2010 season, the Revolution missed the MLS Cup Playoffs for the first time since 2001. Without key players like Jay Heaps (retired after 2009 season), Steve Ralston (left squad after 2009 season, returned mid-season and retired immediately), Matt Reis (offseason shoulder and knee surgeries), Taylor Twellman (concussion), Edgaras Jankauskas (series of injuries) and team captain Shalrie Joseph (series of strains, personal matters) for extended periods of time, New England registered just three wins in the 13 games leading up to the league's World Cup break in June. SuperLiga again proved to be a bright spot for the Revs, who advanced to the final but ultimately dropped a 2-1 decision to Mexican side Monarcas Morelia. Serbian forward Marko Perovic, who signed with the Revolution in late March, was joined in New England by countryman Ilija Stolica in late July. The pair left their mark on the latter part of the season, registering a goal and/or assist in five of the nine regular-season games following SuperLiga. Going 3-4-2 during that stretch, the Revs settled into sixth place in the Eastern Conference and failed to qualify for the playoffs.