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Player Ratings: Keeper Rimando makes the difference
by Ridge Mahoney, November 16th, 2009 7AM

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[FIRE-RSL REPORT CARD] In a game with plenty of action but no goals, Real Salt Lake keeper Nick Rimando, who made a six saves in game action and three in the penalty-kick shootout, earned the highest marks.

CHICAG0 FIRE 0 REAL SALT LAKE 0 (4-5, PKs)
FIRE PLAYER RATINGS

Starters (Country) Age
7 Busch (USA) 33
5 Brown (USA) 34
5 Prideaux (USA) 33
5 Robinson (USA) 25
5 Woolard (USA) 25
5 Thorrington (USA) 30
5 Pause (USA) 28
5 Pappa (Guatemala) 21
6 Blanco (Mexico) 36
4 Rolfe (USA) 26
4 McBride (USA) 37
Subs (Country) Age
5 Nyarko (Ghana) 23
5 Conde (Colombia) 27
3 Mapp (USA) 25

RSL PLAYER RATINGS
Starters (Country) Age
8 Rimando (USA) 30
5 Russell (USA) 30
4 Wingert (USA) 27
6 Borchers (USA) 28
7 Olave (Colombia) 28
4 Williams (Jamaica) 32
6 Beckerman (USA) 27
7 Morales (Argentina) 29
5 Johnson (Canada) 22
6 Findley (USA) 24
5 Movsisyan (Armenia) 22
Subs (Country) Age
5 Mathis (USA) 32
5 Espindola (Argentina) 24
6 Grabavoy (USA) 26

(1=low; 5=average; 10=high.)

 



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