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REPORT CARD: Columbus Crew-New York Red Bulls
by Ridge Mahoney, November 24th, 2008 7AM
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[MLS] Soccer America's Ridge Mahoney grades the players' performance in the Columbus Crew's 3-1 win over the New York Red Bulls' in the MLS championship game on Sunday ...

COLUMBUS-NEW YORK (3-1)
Columbus Crew
GRADE PLAYER (COUNTRY) AGE/YRS
6 William Hesmer (USA) 26/3
7 Frankie Hejduk (USA) 34/9
7 Chad Marshall (USA) 24/5
6 Danny O'Rourke (USA) 25/4
4 Gino Padula (Argentina) 32/1
5 Eddie Gaven (USA) 22/6
6 Brian Carroll (USA) 27/5
5 Brad Evans (USA) 23/3
4 Robbie Rogers (USA) 21/2
9 Guillermo Barros Schelotto (Argentina) 35/2
7 Alejandro Moreno (Venezuela) 29/7
Subs:
NR Andy Iro (England) 23/1
NR Stephen Lenhart (USA) 22/1


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



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