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September 22nd, 2008 7AM
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MLS STANDINGS
Eastern Conference

Columbus 47 points
New England 42
Chicago 38
New York 35
D.C. United 33
Kansas City 32
Toronto FC 27

Western Conference
Houston 39
Chivas USA 33
Colorado 31
Real Salt Lake 31
FC Dallas 30
Los Angeles 29
San Jose 29

LEADING SCORERS
Donovan (Los Angeles) 19 goals
Cooper (FC Dallas) 14
Buddle (Los Angeles) 13
Emilio (D.C. United) 11
Ching (Houston) 10
J. Moreno (D.C. United) 10
Angel (New York) 10
A. Moreno (Columbus) 8
Ralston (New England) 7
Barrett (Toronto FC) 7
Cunningham (FC Dallas) 7

SCHEDULE
Thursday, Sept. 25

Chicago-Los Angeles, 9 pm ET.
ESPN2, ESPN Deportes
Saturday, Sept. 27
Toronto FC-Houston, 3:30 pm ET.
Direct Kick, MLSLIVE.tv
New England-Columbus, 7:30 pm ET.
Direct Kick, MLSLIVE.tv
New York-Colorado, 7:30 pm ET.
Direct Kick, MLSLIVE.tv
San Jose-Real Salt Lake, 10 pm ET.
HDNet
Chivas USA-Kansas City, 10:30 pm ET.
Fox Soccer Channel, Fox Sports en Espanol
Sunday, Sept. 28
FC Dallas-D.C. United, 3 pm ET.
Telefutura

MLS SUMMARIES (Sept. 20-21)
Sept. 20 in Kansas City

Kansas City 2 Toronto FC 0. Goals: Jewsbury pen. 63, Souter (Wolff, Espinoza) 79.
Kansas City - Hartman, Leathers, Conrad, Wahl, Harrington, Gomez, Arnaud, Jewsbury, Espinoza, Wolff (Lopez, 82), Thompson (Souter, 76).
Toronto FC -Sutton, Wynne, James, Marshall, Brennan, Freeman (Jo. Smith, 66), Guevara, Robinson, Ricketts, Ruiz (Dichio, 54), Barrett (Ibrahim, 54).
Yellow Cards: Kansas City - Arnaud 25, Wahl 39, Leathers 89, Jewsbury 91+; Toronto FC - Robinson 61, Brennan 65.
Referee: Baldomero Toledo.
Att.: 8,270.

Sept. 20 in Commerce City, Colo.
Colorado 1 New England 1.
Goals: Clark (Cooke, McManus) 42; Mansally 50.
Colorado - Burpo, Kimura, Gibbs, Petke, Harvey, Cooke, LaBrocca (Ballouchy, 8), Mastroeni, Clark, Cummings, McManus (Casey, 62).
New England - Reis, Albright, Badilla, Parkhurst, Heaps, Nyassi (Mansally, 46), Joseph, Larentowicz, Ralston, Smith (Thompson, 71), Twellman.
Yellow Cards: Colorado - Gibbs 5, Ballouchy 49, Clark 56.
Referee: Michael Kennedy.
Att.: 12,223.

Sept. 20 in Salt Lake City
Real Salt Lake 0 Chvias USA 1
. Goals: Eskandarian 72.
Real Salt Lake -Rimando, Wingert, Borchers, Olave, Joy (Russell, 82), Williams (Mathis, 55), Beckerman, Morales, Johnson, Findley (Deuchar, 70), Movsisyan.
Chivas USA - Kennedy, Talley, Suarez, Thomas, Bornstein (Victorine, 46), Harris, Kljestan, Nagamura, Mendoza, Eskandarian (Braun, 85), Razov (Marsch, 66).
Yellow Cards: Real Salt Lake - Morales 77, Olave 77; Chivas USA - Talley 61, Kljestan 84.
Referee: Abiodun Okulaja.
Att.: 26,391.

Sept. 20 in Carson, Calif.
Los Angeles 5 D.C. United 2.
Goals: Donovan (Klein) 23, Donovan (Beckham) 35, Gordon 38, Vagenas (Donovan) 81, Donovan(Klein) 92+; McTavish (Guerrero) 2, Khumalo (Martinez) 48.
Los Angeles - Wicks, Klein, Franklin, Roberts, Jazic (Franchino, 87), Beckham, Donovan, Vanney (McDonald, 80), Lewis, Buddle, Gordon (Vagenas, 62).
D.C. United -Crayton, Namoff, Burch, McTavish, Martinez (Cordeiro, 79), Fred, Quaranta (Dyachenko, 83), Simms, Guerrero, Khumalo, Emilio (Doe, 87).
Yellow Cards: Los Angeles - Beckham 20, Gordon 56; D.C. United - Simms 33.
Red Card: D.C. United - Burch 63.
Referee: Terry Vaughn.
Att.: 27,000.

Sept. 21 in Bridgeview, Ill
Chicago 1 FC Dallas 4.
Goals: McBride (Frankowski) 91+; Cunningham 2, Pitchkolan (Rocha) 43, Guarda (Cunningham, Ricchetti) 45, Cunningham (Rocha) 61.
Chicago -Busch, Prideaux, Conde, Gutierrez, Segares, Thorrington, Blanco (Rolfe, 60), Marmol, Banner, Herron (Frankowski, 67), McBride.
FC Dallas - Sala, Serioux, Moor, Pitchkolan, Wagner, Rocha, Guarda (Avila, 75), Ricchetti, Saragosa (Dello-Russo, 78), Cunningham, Cooper (Oduro, 70).
Yellow Cards: Chicago - Rolfe 65; FC Dallas - Saragosa 55.
Referee: Kevin Stott.
Att.: 16,923.



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