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Joe Public FC beats New England Revolution 2-1

SoccerNews in General Soccer News 27 Aug 2008

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Gregory Richardson and Jamal Gay scored as TrinidadÂ’s Joe Public upset the New England Revolution 2-1 Tuesday in the preliminary round of the new CONCACAF Champions League.

Richardson got the first goal from about 6 yards in the 51st minute off a cross from Kerry Baptiste. Gay entered in the 69th minute and scored on his first touch, sending a cross from Baptiste past goalkeeper Doug Warren from close range in the 70th.

Municio Castro converted a penalty kick for New England in the 76th minute after Carlyle Mitchell brought down Shalrie Josep.

The return leg in the total-goals series is next Tuesday at Foxborough, Mass. The eight preliminary round winners advance to the 16-team group stage of the tournament, which replaced the CONCACAF Champions Cup. MLSÂ’s Houston Dynamo and D.C. United received automatic berths in the group stage, which opens Sept. 16.

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