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Revolution can't beat 4 of a kind

The Revolution's struggles to maintain possession made keeper Matt Reis sweat Saturday against the Red Bulls. The Revolution's struggles to maintain possession made keeper Matt Reis sweat Saturday against the Red Bulls. (MIKE STROBE/GETTY IMAGES)
By Frank Dell'Apa
Globe Staff / September 24, 2007

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New York coach Bruce Arena gambled successfully as the Red Bulls rallied for a 2-2 tie Saturday night. After Taylor Twellman's second goal gave the Revolution a 70th-minute lead, Arena went for broke with a four-forward lineup that produced the tying score in the 84th minute. (Full article: 582 words)

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