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April 21st, 2011 11:11PM
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[SCOREBOARD] Chivas USA picked up its first win of the season and moved out of the Western Conference cellar with a 2-1 win over the San Jose Earthquakes. FC Dallas and New England also rallied to win on Saturday. For all the action ...

WEEK 7 SCHEDULE:
Friday, April 29
8:30 pm ET
Houston vs. D.C. United, Fox Soccer
Saturday, April 30
4 pm ET
Philadelphia vs. San Jose
7:30 pm ET
Columbus vs. Vancouver
New York vs. Kansas City
9 pm ET
Colorado vs. Chicago
10 pm ET
Seattle vs. Toronto FC
10:30 pm ET
Portland vs. Real Salt Lake
Chivas USA vs. New England

Sunday, May 1
7 pm ET
FC Dallas vs. Los Angeles, Galavision

WEEK 8 SCHEDULE:
Wednesday, May 4
7:30 pm ET
D.C. United vs. Seattle
8:30 pm ET
Houston vs. Colorado
Friday, May 6
10:30 pm ET
Portland vs. Philadelphia, Fox Soccer
Saturday, May 7
4 pm ET
Real Salt Lake vs. Chivas USA, TeleFutura
7 pm ET
Toronto FC vs. Houston
7:30 pm ET
D.C. United vs. FC Dallas
Columbus vs. Seattle
New England vs. Colorado
8:30 pm ET
Chicago vs. Vancouver
11 pm ET
Los Angeles vs. New York, ESPN2/Deportes
Sunday, May 15
7 pm ET
New York vs. Chivas USA, Galavision

WEEK 6 RESULTS:
April 23 in Carson, Calif.

Los Angeles 3 Portland 0. Goals: Barrett 2 (Donovan 1 Beckham 4) 4, Donovan (pen.) 8, Donovan 2 (Angel 1, Barrett 1) 67.
Los Angeles --Ricketts, Franklin, DeLaGarza, Gonzalez, Dunivant, Magee, Juninho (Stephens 78), Beckham, Donovan (Cardozo 74), Lopez (Angel 46), Barrett.
Portland --Perkins, Purdy, Brunner, Danso, Wallace, Hall (Nagbe 59), Jewsbury, Marcelin (Chara 46), Alhassan (Zizzo 72), Cooper, Jorge Perlaza.
Referee:Ramon Hernandez
Att.:23,719.
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April 23 in Bridgeview, Ill.
Chicago 1 Houston 1.
Goals: Chaves 4 (Pappa 2) 18; Boswell 2 (Davis 4) 83.
Chicago --Conway, Anibaba (Robinson 76), Mikulic, Cuesta, Segares, Nyarko, Husidic (Videira 65), Pause, Pappa, Oduro (Puerari 83), Diego Chaves.
Houston --Hall, Freeman (Watson 78), Boswell, Hainault, Ashe, Cruz (Clark 67), Palmer, Cameron, Davis, Bruin (Garey 88), Weaver.
Referee:
Mark Geiger.
Att.:
12,473.
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April 23 in Foxboro, Mass.
New England 3 Sporting KC 2.
Goals: Perovic 1 (Feilhaber 1) 12, Joseph 3 (Mansally 1) 72, Lekic 1 (Boggs 1) 83; Kamara 2 (Bunbury 1) 14, Kamara 3 (unassisted) 69.
New England --Reis, Domi, Coria, Soares, Alston, Feilhaber, Joseph, McCarthy (Schilawski 64), Lekic, Perovic (Mansally 60), Boggs.
Sporting KC --Nielsen, Harrington, Besler,  Collin, Espinoza, Kamara (Smith 87), Diop, Sapong, Stojcev (Zusi 58), Arnaud, Bunbury (Thomas 78).
Red Card:Sporting KC -- Collin 75.
Referee:
Edvin Jurisevic.
Att.:
11,414.
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April 23 in Vancouver
Vancouver 1 FC Dallas 2. Goals: Rochat 1 (Chiumiento 5, Brovsky 1) 25; John 1 (Jackson 1, Chavez 2) 53, Avila 1 (Rodriguez 1, Benitez 1) 83.
Vancouver --Nolly, Leathers, Boxall, Rochat, Wagner, Knight (Khalfan 61), Dunfield, Brovsky (Harmse 77), Chiumiento (Salgado 84), Camilo, Hassli.
FC Dallas --Hartman, Ihemelu, Jackson, John, Benitez, Chavez (Alexander 71), Castillo (Rodriguez 46), Hernandez, Jacobson, Shea, Ferreira (Avila 55).
Referee: Juan Guzman.
Att.:21,000.
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April 23 in Toronto
Toronto FC 1 Columbus 1.
Goals: Tchani 1 (de Guzman 1, Gordon 1) 41; Renteria 1 (Miranda 1) 49.
Toronto FC --Frei, Gargan, Williams, Cann, Borman, Tchani, Maicon Santos (Plata 77), de Guzman, Martina (Eckersley 63), Gordon (Yourassowsky 46), Peterson.
Columbus --Hesmer, Balchan, James, Marshall, Miranda, Rogers, Ekpo (Heinemann 46), Burns (Rusmir 63), Duka, Renteria (Mendoza 74), Gaven.
Red Card:Toronto FC -- Tchani 42.
Referee:David Gantar.
Att.:
20,145.
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April 23 in Santa Clara, Calif.
San Jose 1 Chivas USA 2.
Goals: Wondolowski 3 (Stephenson 1, Corrales 1) 16; Moreno 2 (Pearce 1) 46+, Trujillo 1 (unassisted) 85.
San Jose --Busch, Leitch, Hernandez, McDonald, Corrales, Stephenson (Ampaipitakwong 55), Cronin, Dawkins (Lenhart 80), Wondolowski, Convey, Sealy (Johnson 64).
Chivas USA --Kennedy, Valentin, Boyens, Pearce, Jazic, Zemanski (Trujillo 61), Elliott, LaBrocca, Flores (Umana 88), Mondaini (Braun 60), Moreno.
Referee:Jair Marrufo.
Att.:
10,525.
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April 22 in Commerce City, Colo.
Colorado 0 Seattle 1.Goal: Montero 1 (Rosales 3, White 2) 19
Colorado --Pickens, Kimura, Marshall (Wallace 66), Wynne, Moor, Mullan, Mastroeni (Thompson 68), Larentowicz, Smith (Nyassi 72), Folan, Cummings.
Seattle --Keller, Riley, Ianni, Hurtado, Wahl, Rosales (Friberg 74), Alonso, Evans, Zakuani (Fernandez 9; Gonzalez 82), Montero, White.
Red Card:Seattle -- Mullan 3.
Referee: Silviu Petrescu
Att.: 14,185.
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April 21 in Washington, D.C.

D.C. United 0 New York 4. Goals: Henry 2 (Solli 2, Richards 2) 12, Henry 3 (Solli 3, Richards 3) 38, Lindpere 1 (Henry 2, Marquez 1) 76, Agudelo 2 (Solli 4, Ballouchy 1) 90+.
D.C. United --Hamid, Korb (Quaranta 70), Jakovic, Kitchen, Burch, Fred, Simms, McCarty (Boskovic 46), Pontius, Wolff, Davies (Ngwenya 60).
New York -- Coundoul, Solli, Ream, Marquez, Miller, Richards (Ballouchy 67), De Rosario, Tainio, Lindpere, Rodgers (Agudelo 75), Henry (Robinson 81).
Referee: Jorge Gonzalez.
Att.:18,052.

STANDINGS:
Eastern Conference
PTS TEAM W-L-T +/1
11 New York 3-1-2 9/2
10 Philadelphia 3-1-1 4/2
9 Houston 2-1-3 7/5
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9 Columbus 2-1-3 5/4
9 New England 2-2-3 8/9
7 D.C. United 2-3-1 9/12
7 Toronto FC 1-2-4 7/10
5 Chicago 1-3-2 9/12
4 Sporting KC 1-3-1 10/12

Eastern Conference
PTS TEAM W-L-T +/-
15 Los Angeles 4-1-3 10/7
12 Real Salt Lake 4-0-0 8/1
9 Colorado 3-2-0 8/7
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9 Seattle 2-2-3 7/7
7 FC Dallas 2-3-1 8/9
7 Portland 2-3-1 9/13
6 Chivas USA 1-2-3 5/6
6 Vancouver 1-3-3 10/12
5 San Jose 1-3-2 6/9



0 comments
  1. Paolo Jacobs
    commented on: April 23, 2011 at 4:11 a.m.
    Brian Mullen should be suspended for the whole yr.. for that reckless challenge on Steve Zakuni! what a ****
  1. Bill Anderson
    commented on: April 23, 2011 at 9:35 a.m.
    FOREVER STAINED! I don't care about the past reputation (good or bad) of Brian Mullan. This player chose to cross the line between competetitor and thug. You could see the 10 second buildup to the foul coming. He chose to make a "statement" which he did, and forever should be considered a cheat and a scoundrel. This thug should be banned for length of Zakuani's injury rehab. If the league chooses to not punish this in the most extreme, they will be giving a green light to further incidents. Best of luck to Steve Zakuani in his surgery and recovery.

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