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MLS's Super Saturday takes its toll
April 15th, 2010 1:15AM

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TAGS:  columbus crew, d.c. united, mls, real salt lake

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[MAKING A LIST] MLS's first eight-game day was costly. Eight players are out after being injured in Super Saturday action.

EASTERN:

Columbus Crew:
M Robbie Rogers (L ankle sprain) Replaced by Emmanuel Ekpo early in the second half of the Crew's 2-2 tie at FC Dallas.
F Steven Lenhart (L quad contusion) Set up Angus Moffat for equalizer, then left the game.

D.C. United:
M Brandon Barklage (concussion) Played the entire game against Philadelphia but picked up mild concussion.
D Juan Manuel Pena (L hamstring) Expected to be sidelined 2-3 weeks but may only one game (D.C. United is off the weekend of April 24-25).

WESTERN:

Chivas USA:
D Ante Jazic (R knee strain)
Out 4-6 weeks after spraining knee against New York.
F Maykel Galindo (L ankle sprain)
Could miss up to two weeks.

Houston Dynamo:
M Richard Mulrooney (R knee inflammation)
Mulrooney's replacement at holding midfielder, Jamaican Lovel Palmer, was bright spot in loss to Galaxy.

Real Salt Lake:
M Ned Grabavoy (R MCL sprain)
Sprained MCL and will be sidelined 4-6 weeks.



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