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Twelve players carry cards into final
April 20th, 2011 5:51PM

TAGS:  concacaf champions league


[CONCACAF CHAMPIONS LEAGUE] Twelve players carry yellow cards into Wednesday's first leg of the Concacaf Champions League final between Monterrey and Real Salt Lake. They will miss next week's second leg at Rio Tinto Stadium if they pick up a caution in the first leg.

Real Salt Lake:

Javier Morales
Kyle Beckerman
Jamison Olave
Robbie Russell


Walter Paredes
Jose Arellano
Jorge Basanta
Serg io Perez
Luis Perez
Sergio Santana
Aldo de Nigris
Jesus Zavala

MONEY MATTERS. According to the Mexican sports daily Record, Monterrey's squad is valued at $61 million, while Real Salt Lake is valued at $9.3 million.

Chilean Humberto Suazo is the highest valued Monterrey player at $10.7 million. Costa Rican Alvaro Saborio leads all RSL players at $1.8 million.

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