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Top MLS scoring tandems
February 12th, 2014 3:30PM

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[MAKING A LIST] Seven MLS clubs, led by the LA Galaxy with Landon Donovan and Robbie Keane, enter the 2014 season with tandems who have scored more than 100 goals in their MLS careers. On the other hand, the top two returning scorers of five teams, including defending champion Sporting Kansas City, have combined for less than 40 goals.
 
Top Active MLS Scoring Tandems
G TEAM: PLAYERS
168 LA Galaxy: Donovan (134), Keane (34).
127 Colorado: Buddle (98), Mullan (29).
118 San Jose: Wondolowski (79), Gordon (39).
114 Toronto FC: De Rosario (103), Jackson (11).
112 D.C. United: E.Johnson (64), Arnaud (48).
112 Seattle: Cooper (72), *Joseph (40).
105 Chicago: Magee (57), Rolfe (48).
94 Philadelphia: Casey (60), Le Toux (34).
89 Real Salt Lake: Saborio (52), Findley (37)
86 Houston: Davis (47), Cummings (39).
62 Columbus: Oduro (46), Higuain (16).
55 New York: Henry (41), Olave (14).
47 Montreal: Di Vaio (25), Mapp (22).
43 Portland: Jewsbury (24), W.Johnson (19).
37 Sporting KC: Bunbury (19), Sapong (18).
35 FC Dallas: Perez (20), Hassli (15).
34 New England: Dorman (17), Fagundez (17).
23 Vancouver: Ballouchy (13), Mattocks/Miller (10).
20 Chivas USA: Rosales (12), Avila (8).
G=career MLS goals.
*Seattle has indicated Joseph will not be part of its plans for 2014, but he remains on its roster.


1 comment
  1. Zoe Willet
    commented on: February 12, 2014 at 9:47 p.m.
    What's the problem with Shalrie Joseph? I thought he was great at NE, and I thought he was great at Seattle- whenever they gave him a chance. If they didn't want him, why did they bother to get him? Where will he be going now? DC, maybe?


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