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REPORT CARDS: Quarterfinals, Second Legs
November 10th, 2008 7AM
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[MLS] Soccer America's Paul Kennedy, Ridge Mahoney and Mike Woitalla grade the players' performance in the four second-leg games of the MLS quarterfinals ...

HOUSTON-NEW YORK (0-3)
Houston Dynamo
GRADE PLAYER (COUNTRY) AGE/YRS
4 Pat Onstad (Canada) 40/6
4 Richard Mulrooney (USA) 32/10
3 Brian Boswell (USA) 25/4
3 Eddie Robinson (USA) 30/8
5 Wade Barrett (USA) 32/9
5 Brian Mullan (USA) 30/8
3 Ricardo Clark (USA) 25/6
3 Dwayne De Rosario (Canada) 30/8
3 Brad Davis (USA) 27/7
5 Kai Kamara (Sierra Leone) 24/3
5 Brian Ching (USA) 30/7
Substitutes:
4 Corey Ashe (USA) 22/2
5 Nate Jaqua (USA) 27/6
4 Stuart Holden (USA) 23/3


New York Red Bulls
GRADE PLAYER (COUNTRY) AGE/YRS
8 Danny Cepero (USA) 23/1
6 Andrew Boyens (New Zealand) 25/2
6 Chris Leitch (USA) 29/7
6 Kevin Goldthwaite (USA) 25/4
7 Diego Jimenez (Mexico) 22/1
9 Dane Richards (Jamaica) 24/2
6 Luke Sassano (USA) 23/R
6 Sinisa Ubiparipovic (Bosnia & Herzegovina) 25/2
6 Dave van den Bergh (Netherlands) 32/3
7 John Wolyniec (USA) 31/10
6 Juan Pablo Angel (Colombia) 33/2
Substitutes:
NR Macoumba Kandji (Senegal) 23/2
NR Carlos Mendes (USA) 27/3

CHIVAS USA-REAL SALT LAKE (2-2)
Chivas USA
GRADE PLAYER (COUNTRY) AGE/YRS
5 Zach Thornton (USA) 35/12
5 Carey Talley (USA) 32/11
5 Jim Curtin (USA) 29/8
4 Shavar Thomas (Jamaica) 27/6
5 Jonathan Bornstein (USA) 23/3
6 Francisco Mendoza (Mexico) 23/4
5 Paulo Nagamura (Brazil) 25/4
5 Sacha Kljestan (USA) 23/3
5 Jesse Marsch (USA) 35/13
6 Ante Razov (USA) 34/13
6 Atiba Harris (St. Kitts & Nevis) 23/3
Substitutes:
6 Alecko Eskandarian (USA) 26/6
6 Justin Braun (USA) 21/R
NR Alex Zotinca (Romania) 31/6

Real Salt Lake
GRADE PLAYER (COUNTRY) AGE/YRS
7 Nick Rimando (USA) 29/9
6 Chris Wingert (USA) 26/5
6 Nate Borchers (USA) 27/4
7 Jamison Olave (Colombia) 27/1
6 Robbie Russell (USA) 29/1
6 Dema Kovalenko (Ukraine) 31/10
7 Kyle Beckerman (USA) 26/9
7 Javier Morales (Argentina) 28/2
6 Will Johnson (Canada) 21/1
6 Clint Mathis (USA) 31/9
7 Yura Movsisyan (Arminia) 21/3
Substitutes:
6 Robbie Findley (USA) 23/2
NR Andy Williams (Jamaica) 31/11
NR Fabian Espindola (Argentina) 23/2

COLUMBUS-KANSAS CITY (2-0)
Columbus Crew
GRADE PLAYER (COUNTRY) AGE/YRS
5 William Hesmer (USA) 26/3
5 Frankie Hejduk (USA) 34/9
6 Chad Marshall (USA) 24/5
6 Danny O'Rourke (USA) 25/4
6 Gino Padula (Argentina) 32/1
6 Eddie Gaven (USA) 22/6
7 Brian Carroll (USA) 27/5
6 Brad Evans (USA) 23/3
6 Robbie Rogers (USA) 21/2
6 Guillermo Barros Schelotto (Argentina) 35/2
6 Alejandro Moreno (Venezuela) 29/7
Subs:
NR Emmanuel Ekpo (Nigeria) 20/1
NR Andy Iro (England) 23/1
NR Ezra Hendrickson (St. Vincent & Gren.) 36/12

Kansas City Wizards
GRADE PLAYER (COUNTRY) AGE/YRS
5 Kevin Hartman (USA) 33/12
4 Jonathan Leathers (USA) 23/R
5 Jimmy Conrad (USA) 31/10
4 Tyson Wahl (USA) 24/3
3 Michael Harrington (USA) 22/2
5 Davy Arnaud (USA) 28/7
4 Roger Espinoza (Honduras) 22/R
4 Jack Jewsbury (USA) 27/6
5 Kevin Souter (Scotland) 24/R
3 Abe Thompson (USA) 26/4
5 Claudio Lopez (Argentina) 34/1
Subs:
3 Michael Kraus (USA) 24/1
4 Josh Wolff (USA) 31/10
4 Matt Marquess (USA) 22/1

CHICAGO-NEW ENGLAND (3-0)
Chicago Fire
GRADE PLAYER (COUNTRY) AGE/YRS
6 Jon Busch (USA) 32/7
6 Brandon Prideaux (USA) 32/10
7 Wilman Conde (Colombia) 26/2
6 Bakary Soumare (Mali) 24/2
7 Gonzalo Segares (Costa Rica) 26/4
8 Chris Rolfe (USA) 25/4
6 Logan Pause (USA) 27/6
6 John Thorrington (USA) 29/4
6 Justin Mapp (USA) 24/7
6 Cuauhtemoc Blanco (Mexico) 35/2
4 Brian McBride (USA) 36/9
Substitutes:
5 Daniel Woolard (USA) 24/1
NR Stephen King (USA) 22/R

New England Revolution
GRADE PLAYER (COUNTRY) AGE/YRS

4 Matt Reis (USA) 33/11
4 Chris Albright (USA) 29/10
6 Michael Parkhurst (USA) 24/4
3 Amaechi Igwe (USA) 23/1
5 Jay Heaps (USA) 32/10
5 Sainey Nyassi (Gambia) 20/2
6 Shalrie Joseph (Grenada) 30/6
6 Jeff Larentowicz (USA) 25/4
5 Mauricio Castro (Honduras) 27/1
5 Kenny Mansally (Gambia) 19/2
3 Kheli Dube (Zimbabwe) 25/R
Substitutes:
4 Pat Phelan (USA) 23/1
5 Gabriel Badilla (Costa Rica)
NR Wells Thompson (USA) 25/2

 

 



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