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American Soccer Scoreboard: Weekend
August 27th, 2010 8:44PM
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Jermaine Jones scored for Schalke 04 in its 2-1 loss to visiting Hannover 96 in Germany's Bundesliga. The only other American to score abroad this weekend was Mikkel Diskerud in Stabaek's 3-2 loss to Lillestrom in Norway. FC Gold Pride set a WPS record for goals in a game with its 6-1 win at Atlanta. Two late goals by Abby Wambach gave the Washington Freedom a 2-1 win over Sky Blue FC and help pull it ahead in the battle for fourth place and final playoff berth in WPS. For all the weekend action ...

Saturday Results:
Major League Soccer
Sunday:
Chivas USA 1 D.C. United 0. Att.:
12,517.
CHV -- Justin Braun 8 (Ante Jazic 1) 13.
Highlights

Saturday:
Columbus Crew 0 FC Dallas 0. Att.: 16,708.
Highlights

Toronto FC 0 Real Salt Lake 0. Att.: 21,047.
Highlights

New York Red Bulls 2  San Jose Earthquakes 0. Att.:
21,859.
NY -- Dane Richards 1 (unassisted) 46+
NY -- Thierry Henry 1 (Dane Richards 3) 63
Highlights

New England  Revolution 1 Philadelphia Union 2. Att.: 13,578
NE -- Ilija Stolica 2 (Shalrie Joseph 4) 31
PHI -- Jack McInerney 2 (Justin Mapp 1, Jordan Harvey 1) 82
PHI -- Justin Mapp 1 (Sebastien Le Toux 10) 92+
Highlights

Colorado Rapids 3 Houston Dynamo 0. Att.: 11,511.
COL -- Jamie Smith 1 (Conor Casey 4) 2 
COL -- Omar Cummings 6 (Conor Casey 5, Pablo Mastroeni 2) 16 
COL -- Conor Casey 8 (unassisted) 23
Highlights

Los Angeles Galaxy 0 Kansas City Wizards 2. Att.: 20,112.
KC -- Davy Arnaud 3 (Kei Kamara 3) 12
KC -- Jimmy Conrad 1 (Davy Arnaud 3) 70
Highlights

Seattle Sounders 2 Chicago Fire 1. Att.: 36,386.
CHI -- John Thorrington 1 (pen.) 28
SEA -- Fredy Montero 9 (Tyson Wahl 1, Patrick Ianni 1) 36
SEA -- Fredy Montero 10 (Nathan Sturgis 1, James Riley 3) 92+
Highlights

Standings:
Eastern Conference:

P TEAM W-L-T (+/-)
41
Columbus 12-5-5 (+11)
37 New York 11-7-4 (+4)
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27 Toronto 7-8-6 (-3)
26 Kansas City 7-9-5 (-2)
24 Chicago 6-7-6 (-1)
21 New England 6-12-3 (-14)
20 Philadelphia 5-11-5 (-12)
15 D.C. United 4-15-3 (-21)
Western Conference
P TEAM W-L-T (+/-)
43 Los Angeles 13-4-4 (+17)
40 Real Salt Lake 11-4-7 (+20)
37 FC Dallas 9-2-10 (+11)
32 San Jose 9-8-5 (+1)
32 Seattle 8-8-5 (-2)
31 Colorado 8-6-7 (+4)
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23 Houston 6-11-5 (-9)
22 Chivas USA 6-11-4 (-3)

Leading Scorers:
13 Edson Buddle (Los Angeles)
12 Juan Pablo Angel (New York)
10+2 Fredy Montero (Seattle)
9 Dwayne De Rosario (Toronto FC)
9 Sebastien Le Toux (Philadelphia)
8+1 Conor Casey (Colorado)
8+1 Justin Braun (Chivas USA)
8 Chris Wondolowski (San Jose)
8 Kei Kamara (Kansas City)
8 Alvaro Saborio (Real Salt Lake)
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Americans Abroad
Denmark (Viasat Sport Divisionen)
Sunday:
AGF 3 FC Vestsjaelland 1
Benny Feilhaber-AGF (90 minutes)

England (Premier League)
Sunday:
Aston Villa 1 Everton 0
Brad Friedel-Aston Villa (90 minutes)
Tim Howard-Everton (90 minutes)

Bolton 2 Birmingham 2
Stuart Holden-Bolton (77 minutes)

Saturday:
Blackpool 2 Fulham 2
Clint Dempsey-Fulham (sub: 31 minutes)

Man. United 3 West Ham 0
Jonathan Spector-West Ham (90 minutes)

Newcastle 1 Wolves 1
Marcus Hahnemann-Wolves (90 minutes)

England (Championship League)
Saturday:
Derby County 1 QPR 2
Conor Doyle-Derby County (71 minutes)

France (Ligue 1)
Saturday:
St. Etienne 3 Lens 1
Carlos Bocanegra-Saint Etienne (90 minutes)

Germany (Bundesliga)
Sunday:
Bayer Leverkusen 3 Borussia M'Gladbach 6
Michael Bradley-Borussia M'Gladbach (90 minutes)

Saturday:
Schalke 04 1 Hannover 96 2
Jermaine Jones-Schalke 04 (89 minutes, 1 goal)
Steve Cherundolo-Hannover  96 (90 minutes)

Mexico (Torneo Apertura)
Saturday:
Guadalajara 0 UNAM 0
Miguel Ponce-Guadalajara (90 minutes)

San Luis 0 Atlante 0
Edgar Castillo-San Luis (sub: 13 minutes)

Friday:
Tecos Estudiantes 1 Morelia 1
Sammy Ochoa-Tecos Estudiantes (77 minutes)

Netherlands (Eerste Divisie)
Friday:
Dordrecht '90 0 Helmond Sport 1

Charles Kazlauskas-Helmond Sport (90 minutes)

Norway (Tippeligaen)
Sunday:
Stabaek 2 Lillestrom 3
Mikkel Diskerud-Stabaek (90 minutes, 1 goal)
Erik Benjaminsen-Stabaek

Start 2 Rosenborg 0
Hunter Freeman-Start (90 minutes)
Clarence Goodson-Start (90 minutes)

Russia (Premier Division)
Sunday:
FC Tom Tomsk 1 Dinamo Moscow 0
Yevgeni Starikov-FC Tom Tomsk (sub: 1 minute)

Scotland (Premier League)
Saturday:
Rangers 2 St. Johnstone 1
Maurice Edu-Rangers (sub: 7 minutes)

Sweden (Allsvenskan)
Sunday:
Halmstad 2 Kalmar 1
Ryan Miller-Halmstad (90 minutes)

Saturday:
Orebro 3 Helsingborg 0
Alejandro Bedoya-Orebro (90 minutes)
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D-2 Pro League
Sunday:
Tampa Bay Rowdies 2 AC St. Louis 2. Att.:
3,389.

Vancouver Whitecaps 2 Austin Aztex 2. Att.:
5,288.
VAN -- Cornelius Stewart (Martin Nash) 16
AUS -- Yohance Marshall (Randi Patterson) 44
VAN -- Ridge Mobulu (Cornelius Stewart) 52
AUS -- Eddie Johnson (Leonard Griffin) 80

Portland Timbers 3 Crystal Palace Baltimore 0. Att.: 15,148.
POR -- Ryan Pore (Mamadou Danso) 14
POR -- Bright Dike (Johan Claesson) 42
POR -- Bright Dike (Ryan Pore) 53

Saturday:
Carolina RailHawks 2 Puerto Rico Islanders 3. Att.:
2,557.
PR -- David Foley (Nicholas Addlery) 11
CAR -- Daniel Paladini (Andriy Budnyy) 22
PR -- Sandy Gbandi (Keon Daniel) 76
PR -- Nicholas Addlery (Marco Velez) 78
CAR -- Daniel Paladini (Allan Russell) 90

Friday:
Montreal Impact 2 Rochester Rhinos 0. Att.: 13,034.
MON -- Ali Gerba (Leonardo Di Lorenzo) 1
MON -- Ali Gerba (Antonio Ribeiro) 81

Standings:
NASL Conference
P TEAM W-L-T
40
Vancouver 9-3-13
34 Carolina 9-8-7
31 Montreal 8-10-7
24 CP Baltimore 6-13-6
23 AC St. Louis 5-11-8
20 Miami FC 3-10-11
USL Conference
P TEAM W-L-T
48 Rochester 14-6-6
46 Austin 13-3-7
41 Portland 11-7-8
29 Puerto Rico 7-7-8
28 NSC Minnesota 7-11-7
28 Tampa Bay 6-9-10

Leading Scorers:
14+1 Ryan Pore (Portland)
10 Eddie Johnson (Austin)
9 Aaron King (Tampa Bay)
8+1 Etienne Barbara (Carolina)
8+1 David Foley (Puerto Rico)
8 Paulo Araujo Jr. (Miami FC)
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USL-2
Final
Saturday:
Charleston Battery 2 Richmond Kickers 1. Att.:
4,523.
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WPS
Sunday:
Philadelphia Independence 2 Boston Breakers 1

PHI -- Joanna Lohman 5 (unassisted) 17
BOS -- Stephanie Cox 1 (Kristine Lilly) 35
BOS -- Kelly Smith 11 (pen.) 60

Saturday:
Atlanta Beat 1 FC Gold Pride 6. Att.: 4,289.
BAY -- Tiffeny Milbrett 5 (Shannon Boxx) 43
BAY -- Camille Abily 1 (Marta) 51
ATL -- Eniola Aluko 9 (unassisted) 65
BAY -- Marta 16 (unassisted) 66
BAY -- Marta 17 (Christine Sinclair) 70
BAY -- Kelley O'Hara 4 (unassisted) 72
BAY -- Christine Sinclair 9 (unassisted) 88

Washington Freedom 2 Sky Blue FC 1. Att.: 3,143.
SKY -- Tasha Kai 4 (unassisted) 29
WSH -- Abby Wambach 11 (pen.) 79
WSH -- Abby Wambach 12 (Allie Long) 84

Standings:
P TEAM W-L-T
46 FC Gold Pride 14-3-4
34 Philadelphia 10-7-4
29 Boston 8-7-5
28 Washington 7-8-7
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25 Sky Blue FC 7-10-4
21 Chicago 5-11-6
20 Atlanta 5-11-5

Leading Scorers:
17+2 Marta (FC Gold Pride)
12+2 Abby Wambach (Washington)
12 Amy Rodriguez (Philadelphia)
11+1 Kelly Smith (Boston)
9+1 Christine Sinclair (FC Gold Pride)
9 Eniola Aluko (Atlanta)
8 Ella Masur (Chicago)



0 comments
  1. Corey Zimmerman
    commented on: August 30, 2010 at 1:31 p.m.
    Dear SA, There is a player for Leeds United in the Championship League in England who has dual USA/South Africa citizenship. His name is Davide Somma and he should be on your radar. He is a lethal striker who had a brief spell w/San Jose in the MLS 2 years ago. He has scored 3 goals in 2 appearances so far this year. In his 1st game, he came on in the 75th minute and scored 2 goals to clinch a victory. He's probably committed to playing for SA, but lived in the USA for about 10 years and his family still resides here. Would be nice to add him to the pool of MNT players as we do need a little help in the scoring goals department at the Nat'l Team level.

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