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More trouble before AC St. Louis
May 22nd, 2010 11:28PM

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[D-2 PRO LEAGUE] Already facing an uncertain future following reports it and sister team, WPS's Athletica, are on the brink of collapse because of financial problems, AC St. Louis took to the field Saturday and lost, 3-0, to the Tampa Bay Rowdies in front of a crowd of 3,402 at the Anheuser-Busch Soccer Park.

St. Louis, which fell to 1-6-1, finished the game with nine players after losing Tim Velten and Jack Traynor to red cards.

The game marked the debut of former MLS star Steve Ralston, who entered the game for St. Louis as a substitute in the 57th minute.

WEEK 7 RESULTS:
May 22 in Fenton, Mo.
AC St. Louis 0 Tampa Bay 3. Goals: Millien (Tan) 37, Adjeman-Pamboe (Yamada) 64, Tan (pen.) 90.
AC St. Louis -- Dufty, Traynor, Barna, Velten, Bloom, Cole, Kante, Gauchinho, Kreamalmeyer (Ralston, 46), Ambersley, Titton (Stisser, 46).
Tampa Bay -- Sattler, Valentino (Diaz, 56), Valentin, Kljestan, Donoho (Gyorio, 79), Adjeman-Pamboe (Yates, 67), Milien, Tan, Nyazamba (Burt, 56), Yamada, Wheeler.
Red Cards: AC St. Louis -- Velten 42, Traynor 89.
Att.:
3,402.

May 22 in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.
Miami FC 1 NSC Minnesota 0. Goal: Araujo (Gomez) 71.
Miami FC -- Patterson-Sewell, Euzebio Neto, Rodrigues, Dias, Gbandi, Arguez (Cameron, 80), Lancaster, Paulo LePetit (Jair, 32), Gomez, Thompson, Araujo (Santeliz, 85).
NSC Minnesota -- Warren, Friedland (Lorenz, 70), Kallman, Arango, Clements, Altman, Moura (Gao, 64), Bracalello (Tarley, 72), Wasson, Menyongar, Cvilikas (Ukah, 72).
Att.: 1,793.

May 22 in Baltimore
Crystal Palace Baltimore 2 Portland 1. Goals: Marshall (Lader) 74, Patterson (Veeder) 90; Pore (pen.) 60.
Crystal Palace Baltimore -- Bush, Veeder, Marshall, Teixeira, Robson, Yoshitake (Patterson, 46), Lader (Nishimura, 90), Neto (Gonzaga, 62), Mbuta, Brooks (Healey, 60), Perez.
Portland -- Cronin, Cameron (Thompson, 90), Kirk, Keel, Purdy, Farber (Lopez, 84), McManus, Marcelin, Suzuki (Nimo, 77), Keita (Josten, 59), Pore.
Att.: 1,103.

May 19 in Rochester, N.Y.
Rochester 0 Crystal Palace Baltimore 1. Goal: Patterson 55.
Rochester -- Kitson, Sanfilippo, Roberts, Greenfield, Spicer, Rosenlund (Gore 65), Pitchkolan, Motagalvan (Short 65), Ferdinand (Heins 53), Nunez (Kissi 70), Bennet (Hamilton 55).
Crystal Palace Baltimore -- Bush, Robson, Teixeira, Marshall, Veeder, Mbuta, Neto (Lucio 65), Lader (Healey 79), Seabrook (Patterson 45), Brooks (Yoshitake 71), Perez.
Att.:
4,449.

May 19 in Austin, Texas

Austin 3 Tampa Bay 3. Goals: Marshall (L.Leonard) 28, Johnson 45, Johnson (Olum) 53; Wheeler 35, Donoho (Tatters) 45, Kljestan 88.
Austin -- Gallardo, Sakuda, Marshall, Needham, L.Griffin, J.Watson (Callahan), Olum, L.Watson, Alvarez, M.Griffin, Johnson.
Tampa Bay -- Lambo, Valentino, Tatters, Valentin, Diaz (Kljestan, 68), Millien, Donoho (Adjeman-Pamboe, 81), Wheeler, Tan (King, 61), Nyazamba, Yamada.
Att.: 6,051.
 
May 19 in Portland, Ore.

Portland 0 Montreal  1. Goal: Donatelli (Sebrango), 31
Portland -- Cronin, Kirk, Purdy (Lopez, 85), Danso (Keel, 36), Cameron, Nimo (Suzuki, 75), Marcelin, Claesson (Josten, 56), Pore, Obatola (Farber, 45), Keita.
Montreal -- Djekanovic, Aaboubou, deRoux, Gatti (Braz, 85), Joqueviel, Hemming (Testo, 72), Di Lorenzo, Donatelli, Billy, Placentino (Soares, 77), Sebrango (Byers, 65).
Att.: 6,573.

 WEEK 7 SCHEDULE:
May 22
Vancouver  vs. Rochester

STANDINGS:
NASL:
GP TEAM W-L-T
11 Montreal 3-1-2
10 CP Baltimore 3-4-1
9 Vancouver 2-1-3
8 Miami FC 1-0-5
5 Carolina 1-2-2
4 AC St. Louis 1-6-1
USL:
GP TEAM W-L-T
14 Austin 4-1-2
12 Tampa Bay 3-1-3
11 Rochester 3-2-2
11 Portland 3-3-2
7 NSC Minnesota 2-6-1
6 Puerto Rico 2-1-0

GOAL SCORERS:
7 Pore, Portland
5 Johnson, Austin
4 J.Watson, Austin
3 Barbara, Carolina
3 Araujo, Miami FC



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