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MLS: La Manga Cup Results (Feb. 28)
February 28th, 2004 8:49PM

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Feb. 28 in La Manga

San Jose (MLS) 2 Stabaek (Norway) 1. Goals: Walker (Corrales) 34, Ching (Levesque) 73; Poljac 32.

San Jose -- Conway, Waibel, Cochrane, Agoos (Hart, 60), Corrales, Mullan, Mulrooney (Dombrowski, 65), Ekelund, Russell (Alvarez, 46), De Rosario (Ching, 60), Walker (Levesque, 60).

Stabaek -- Knudsen, Skjonsberg (Fazlagic, 80), Kjolo, Holter, Olsen, Ohr, Hauger, Jorgensen, Wowoah, Finstad, Poljac (Sand, 70).

Red card: San Jose -- Waibel 70.

Feb. 28 in La Manga

MetroStars (MLS) 3 Bodo/Glimt (Norway) 1. Goals: Vaca (Bradley) 54, Occean 58, Vaca (Occean) 78; Halvorsen 80.

MetroStars -- Walker, Ziadie, Leitch, Parke (Regan 46), DiGiamarino (Hayes 46), Guevara (Gilberto 46), Bradley, Gaven, Vaca, Occean, Wolyniec (Nugent 81).

Bodo/Glimt -- Kolstad, Kjolner, Hansen, Halvorsen, Paulson, Hanssen, R.Berg, C.Berg, Olsen (Lehtinen, 81), Ludvigsen (Steinbakk, 65), Bjorkan.

Feb. 28 in La Manga

Dallas (MLS) 2 Dynamo Kiev (Ukraine) 2. Burn goals: Rhine 30, Thompson (Maurin) 90.



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