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Friday MLS Forecast: Week 30

HARRISON, N.J. – New York offered yet more proof that it will pose considerable problems for any team it faces in the MLS playoffs with its showing in last night's 2-0 victory over New England.

Granted, the evidence put forth on this night may not prove particularly persuasive when viewed in its immediate context. Neither side contributed much to a drab and ugly affair marred by physical play and restricted by a lack of ingenuity in the attacking third. If this was New York's central statement of its playoff intentions, the final assertion would fall well short of championship caliber despite the positive result.

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