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MLS SALARIES: From Beckham to Cannon
April 4th, 2008 6:30AM

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[MAKING A LIST] Compare what each MLS club pays its highest earning player.

Team Player (2008 Guaranteed Compensation)
1. Los Angeles David Beckham ($6.5 million)
2. Chicago Cuauhtemoc Blanco ($2.67 million)
3. D.C. United Marcelo Gallardo ($1.87 million)
4. New York Juan Pablo Angel ($1.59 million)
5. Colorado Christian Gomez ($430,000)
6. Columbus Guillermo Barros Schelotto ($425,000)
7. FC Dallas Duilio Davino ($400,000)
8. New England Taylor Twellman ($350,000)
9. Houston Dwayne De Rosario ($325,000)
10. Chivas USA Ante Razov ($258,750)
11. Toronto FC Jeff Cunningham ($257,500)
12. Real Salt Lake Javier Morales ($240,000)
13. Kansas City Jimmy Conrad ($225,000)
14. San Jose Joe Cannon ($213,000)



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