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REPORT CARDS: Quarterfinal Leaders
November 11th, 2008 7AM

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[MLS] Dane Richards (New York Red Bulls) and Yura Movsisyan (Real Salt Lake) were the highest-rated players based on the grades of Soccer America editors during the MLS quarterfinals that concluded Sunday.

Note: Minimum of grades in two games.

PLAYER (TEAM) AVG.
1. Dane Richards (New York Red Bulls) 7.50
1. Yura Movsisyan (Real Salt Lake) 7.50
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3. Wilman Conde (Chicago Fire) 7.00
3. Danny Cepero (New York Red Bulls) 7.00
3. Javier Morales (Real Salt Lake) 7.00
3. Jamison Olave (Real Salt Lake) 7.00
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6. Gonzalo Segares (Chicago Fire) 6.50
6. John Thorrington (Chicago Fire) 6.50
6. Brian Carroll (Columbus Crew) 6.50
6. Jeff Larentowicz (New England Revolution) 6.50
6. Diego Jimenez (New York Red Bulls) 6.50
6. Sinisa Ubiparipovic (New York Red Bulls) 6.50
6. Dave van den Bergh (New York Red Bulls) 6.50
6. John Wolyniec (New York Red Bulls) 6.50
6. Juan Pablo Angel (New York Red Bulls) 6.50
6. Kyle Beckerman (Real Salt Lake) 6.50
6. Clint Mathis (Real Salt Lake) 6.50
6. Chris Wingert (Real Salt Lake) 6.50
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18. Jon Busch (Chicago Fire) 6.00
18. Justin Mapp (Chicago Fire) 6.00
18. Chris Rolfe (Chicago Fire) 6.00
18. Brandon Prideaux (Chicago Fire) 6.00
18. Zach Thornton (Chivas USA) 6.00
18. Robbie Rogers (Columbus Crew) 6.00
18. Guillermo Barros Schelotto (Columbus Crew) 6.00
18. Wade Barrett (Houston Dynamo) 6.00
18. Kai Kamara (Houston Dynamo) 6.00
18. Michael Parkhurst (New England Revolution) 6.00
18. Jay Heaps (New England Revolution) 6.00
18. Shalrie Joseph (New England Revolution) 6.00
18. Luke Sassano (New York Red Bulls) 6.00
18. Nate Borchers (Real Salt Lake) 6.00
18. Nick Rimando (Real Salt Lake) 6.00
18. Robbie Russell (Real Salt Lake) 6.00




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