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by Adam Vaccaro

Coach Steve Nicol will lead the Revolution into the upcoming homestand.

Following their second straight loss in California, it’s sure to come as a relief to the New England Revolution that their next three matches will take place in Foxborough.  Over the course of the next two and a half weeks, the Revs will play host to the Colorado Rapids, FC Dallas, and Chivas USA, in that order.

Thus far, New England (2-2-0) has played only one home match, wherein they dominated Toronto FC by a score of 4-1 before an electric home crowd.  The schedule has not been kind to the club, though, having already sent it to twice to the west coast where both losses were recorded.  And it won’t get much easier following the homestand, either; this is the only three game stay the Revs will see this year and one of only four sets of back-to-back home games.

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Brian Bilello became the Revs COO in 2006.

Following the Revolution’s Saturday victory over Toronto FC, we (Martin and Adam) bumped into COO Brian Bilello, who was kind enough to talk to us for a bit.  He also offered to take our questions via e-mail for the blog.  We, of course, were eager to take him up on this.  Below, find the full text of our exchange.

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The Rebellion offers an alternative supporter's group for Revolution fans.

by Martin Ryan

The Rebellion, the Revolution’s newest supporter’s group, has already begun to change the complexion of the Fort one home game into the 2010 season.  Along with last year’s addition of La Barra Latina de la Revolucion, the Revolution supporter’s section now hosts four groups in total, all of whom seek cohesion within the Fort, and aim to spread their passion and exuberance throughout the stadium.  Kyle Santos, founder member and leader of the Rebellion, was kind enough to answer Six States, One Blog’s questions via email.

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