Franchino and Kamler Nominated for MLS Year-End Awards Revs Team Wins MLS Fair Play Award For Best Disciplinary Record Foxborough, MA - New England Revolution announces today that Revs players Joe Franchino and Brian Kamler are nominees for two of Major League Soccer's prestigious year-end awards. The Revolution also announces that the team won this season's Team Fair Play Award for having the best disciplinary record of any team in MLS this season. Revolution left back and team captain Joe Franchino is one of five finalists for the MLS 2003 Pepsi Goal of the Year. The goal for which Franchino is nominated came in the seventh minute of overtime against the Columbus Crew on September 28 at Gillette Stadium. With the score tied 2-2, Franchino curled a left-footed free kick from just outside the box into the far top corner of the net, giving the Revs a dramatic 3-2 golden goal victory. Left-sided midfielder Brian Kamler is one of ten players nominated for the U.S. Soccer Foundation Humanitarian of the Year. Kamler was named the Revolution's 2003 U.S. Soccer Foundation Humanitarian of the Year for the second straight year for his extensive work in local communities, dedicating time to several hospital appearances for children, as well as school groups and camps and is now a finalist for the league-wide award. The Revolution was honored by the league as a team for earning the 2003 MLS Team Fair Play Award. In 30 regular season games, the Revs earned just five red cards and were shown a league-low 45 yellow cards. The league will honor the winners in all of its award categories at the 2003 MLS Gala Awards Ceremony on the eve of MLS Cup 2003 on Saturday, November 22 at the Kodak Theatre in Hollywood, California. The League's championship game, MLS Cup 2003, will be played on Sunday, November 23 at The Home Depot Center (3:30 p.m. ET - live on ABC Sports).