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Revs Links: January 5th, 2009

Posted by Mike Marshall on January 7, 2009

Could the Revs be making progress towards a Somerville Stadium?  The Somerville News thinks so:

The realty of a soccer stadium in the ‘Ville is getting closer and closer every day – according to more than a few sources, members of Bob Kraft’s planning team (the owners of the New England Patriots and the Revolution Soccer team) were having a sit down meeting with local business owners that just may either be selling their properties to Kraft or may become silent partners with the entrepreneurial giant.

You know, this whole thing could be much further along than many of us realize.

Old friend Andy Dorman’s been named one of the top five SPL signings of 2008 by Sporting Life.  We still miss you in Boston, Andy!

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Bilello to Address Stadium Study

Posted by Mike Marshall on December 18, 2008

Revs COO Brian Bilello is currently accepting questions from Revolution fans on the state of the franchise on the team’s official Blog.

I’ve been told by a team employee that Bilello will use that forum to respond to our request for comment on the Inner Belt Brickbottom Scoping Study.

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More from the Stadium Study

Posted by Mike Marshall on December 17, 2008

For those of you who haven’t had the chance to flip through the entire 55-page Inner Belt Brickbottom Scoping Study, allow me to point out a couple of interesting highlights:

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Study: Stadium “Critical” to Somerville Redevelopment

Posted by Mike Marshall on December 16, 2008

A study into the future development of the Inner Belt and Brickbottom districts of Somerville has concluded that a potential 20,000-seat soccer stadium for the New England Revolution would be a “critical” component of any redevelopment plan for the area.

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