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Matt Jordan fractures jaw in collision with Montreal teammate
July 9th, 2007 7AM

TAGS:  mls, usl


[USL RESULTS] Former MLS goalie Matt Jordan suffered a fractured jaw in a collision with teammate Simon Gatti in the first half of the Montreal Impact's USL First Division game against Carolina. In a physical game that saw Impact defender Andres Arango and Carolina forward Anthony Maher red carded in the 9th minute, Montreal came back from a two-goal deficit to tie the RailHawks, 2-2, on a pair of Charles Gbeke goals two minutes apart in the second half. The game drew more than 8,000 fans in Sherbrooke. Another Ivory Coast product, Hamed Diallo, scored two goals to lead Rochester past Carolina, 2-1, on Friday night and earn a share of the First Division lead with Vancouver, which lost at Atlanta, 2-0, on goals by Warren Ukah. For complete USL results and goalscorers ...

USL First Division
July 3

Carolina 0 Vancouver 0.
Rochester 0 Seattle 1 (Le Toux 71).
July 4
California 1 (Kim 89) Miami 3 (Fraser 35, Schwarze 82, Pulido 86).
Atlanta 3 (Antoniuk 21, Rios 25, Hayes 43) Charleston 2 (Alavanja 31, King 90).
July 6
Rochester 2 (Diallo 3, 90) Carolina 1 (Maher 11).
July 7
Charleston 0 Puerto Rico 0
Atlanta 2 (Ukah 20, 83) Vancouver 0.
California 0 Portland 3 (Gregor 11, Jordan 17, Knowles 20).
July 8
Montreal 2 (Gbeke 63, 65) Carolina 2 (Worthen 17, 30).
USL Second Division
July 6
Cleveland 2 (Codrington 2, Hunter 38) Bermuda 0.
New Hampshire 2 (Clancy 81, McNiel 90) Richmond 1 (Schramm 78).
Wilmington 0 Harrisburg 2 (Oduor 32, Johnston 47).
July 7
CP Baltimore 0 Western Mass 1 (McFarlane 48).
Charlotte 0 Harrisburg 1 (Oduor 42).
July 8
Cleveland 2 (Alvarez pen. 15, DeVae 89) Cincinnati 0.

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