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England
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Columbus Crew
New York Red Bulls
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Montreal Impact
New York City FC
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Colorado Rapids
Vancouver Whitecaps
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Toronto FC
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MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER

2015/2016 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
3 Orlando SC 6 6 6 24
4 New England 6 6 8 24
5 Toronto 7 2 7 23
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Revolution look to get back on track

Kevin Alston and the Revolution try to snap their three-game losing streak as they visit FC Dallas.
Kevin Alston and the Revolution try to snap their three-game losing streak as they visit FC Dallas.
There's no question that after dropping three straight, the Revolution is anxious to get back in the driver's seat Saturday against FC Dallas. But New England will have to resist the temptation of stepping on the gas and going from 0 to 60 as fast as possible.

With temperatures in Frisco, Texas, expected to be near 100 degrees for the Fourth of July clash, veteran Revolution defender Kevin Alston -- who'll likely be active at right back Saturday -- knows that he and his teammates will have to pick...

MLS fines four players undisclosed amounts for infractions

Federico Higuain, left, was one of the players fined on Thursday.

NEW YORK -- Toronto FC's Damien Perquis, Columbus Crew's Federico Higuain, New England's Kelyn Rowe and Real Salt Lake's Demar Phillips have been fined by MLS for infractions.

The MLS Disciplinary Committee fined the players undisclosed amounts on Thursday.

The infractions occurred in matches played last week -- Perquis (embellishment) against D.C. United; Higuain (simulation) against the Revolution; Rowe (hands to neck) against Columbus; and Phillips (failing to leave the field in timely manner...

Revs cry foul in loss to Whitecaps

New England goalkeeper Bobby Shuttleworth pleads his case to referee Allen Chapman after his teammate Andrew Farrell was called for a red card.
New England goalkeeper Bobby Shuttleworth pleads his case to referee Allen Chapman after his teammate Andrew Farrell was called for a red card.

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- After picking up a caution only minutes earlier, New England Revolution defender Andrew Farrell found himself in no man's land when Vancouver Whitecaps midfielder Cristian Techera dribbled toward him in the 28th minute. Farrell did the best he could do -- and paid a heavy price for it.

With Techera attempting to slip though, Farrell, knowing he was under the watchful eye of referee Allen Chapman, tried to be discreet. He ever so slightly grabbed Techera's arm, hoping to push...