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MLS players in the Castrol Index

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Forward Saer Sene finished 6th out all of MLS players in the Castrol Index, which analyzes players’ “actions for net positive or negative impact.” Midfielders Kelyn Rowe (45) and Benny Feilhaber (90) also cracked the top 100. Check out Brian O’Connell’s comments on Sene and the rest of the top 10 finishers at NE Soccer Today.
 
ProSoccerTalk’s Noah Davis covers all the important current Major League Soccer news, but even he is looking ahead 2013. Find out what he’s already thinking about for the Revs next season at NBC Sports.
 
The Revs have players who call home everywhere from France (Saer Sene) to Honduras (Jerry Bengtson) to Gambia (Sainey Nyassi) to Nebraska (Tyler Polak). In this the Revolution is typical of Major League Soccer, which topped itself for the fifth consecutive year in terms of racial diversity. SI.com has the MLS’ Diversity and Ethics in Sport grade and analysis of the players, front office members, and league officials.