At least Demon Kovalenko will be a spectate-uh. Revs Cut Down Crew, Advance In Playoffs by Gus Martins The Boston Herald http://sports.bostonherald.com/soccer/view.bg?articleid=51889 Martins' Revs notebook http://sports.bostonherald.com/soccer/view.bg?articleid=51888 "Ryan Nelsen, United's central defender, received a yellow card against the MetroStars and won't be available Saturday. The same goes for D.C.'s Dema Kovalenko." Stop Helps Revolution Go by Frank Dell'Apa The Boston Globe http://www.boston.com/sports/soccer/articles/2004/11/01/stops_help_revolution_go/ Dell'Apa's Revs Notebook http://www.boston.com/sports/soccer/articles/2004/11/01/twellman_makes_a_connection/ 'On Oct. 16, the Revolution were a goal away from finishing the year with the worst record in the MLS, a season in which they lost their opening two games and rarely climbed out of last place. A 2-1 win over the Chicago Fire qualified the Revolution for the playoffs, but the team's losing record raised the question of coach Steve Nicol's job security."We weren't going to make a change this year," Sunil Gulati, director of Kraft Soccer, said before the game last night. "The last two years have been the most successful in the team's history. You should be loyal to good people and good people deliver. You don't become a bad coach or a good coach overnight."'