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MLS Injury/Absence Report
June 29th, 2001 12AM
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The following is a brief team-by-team injury overview entering Week 13 of the 2001 MLS Regular Season: EASTERN DIVISION D.C. UNITED - OUT: M Ben Olsen (ankle surgery-R & L); PROBABLE: D Mark Watson (stress fracture, foot-R), D Craig Ziadie (toe sprain-L), D Brian Kamler (partially torn hamstring-R) METROSTARS - IR: F Martin Klinger (strained hamstring-L), F Clint Mathis (torn ACL-R), D/M Steve Shak (partial tear of MCL, PCL, medial meniscus-R), F Rodrigo Faria (fascial tissue tear in lower leg-R); OUT: D Mark Semioli (strained hamstring-L), M Petter Villegas (sprained MCL-L); PROBABLE: D Orlando Perez (L foot inflammation & calf contusion) MIAMI FUSION - OUT: M Kyle Beckerman (broken fibula-R), F Pete Marino (ACL tear-R); PROBABLE: F Ali Ngon (hip flexor-R), D Leo Cullen (knee contusion - R), M Jeff Bylik (hip flexor - R) NEW ENGLAND REVOLUTION - OUT: GK Juergen Sommer (ruptured Achilles tendon-L) CENTRAL DIVISION CHICAGO FIRE - OUT: D Carlos Bocanegra (ankle sprain-L), F Josh Wolff (foot stress fracture-L); DOUBTFUL: D C.J. Brown (groin strain-L). F Hristo Stoitchkov (hamstring strain-L); PROBABLE: M Dema Kovalenko (lower back spasms), D Andrew Lewis (ankle sprain-R), COLUMBUS CREW - OUT: M Robert Warzycha (dislocated ankle tendon-L), M/D Todd Yeagley (foot stress fracture-L) DALLAS BURN - OUT: M Antonio Martinez (meniscus surgery-R); QUESTIONABLE: D Lubos Kubik (Achilles inflammation-L) TAMPA BAY MUTINY - IR: D Chad McCarty (broken ankle-L); OUT: M Josh Keller (Back spasms); QUESTIONABLE: D Scott Cannon (IT band irritation-R); PROBABLE: M/D Joe Addo (hamstring strain - R) WESTERN DIVISION COLORADO RAPIDS - IR: M Wes Hart (Achilles tear-L); QUESTIONABLE: D Lance Key (concussion); PROBABLE: M Imad Baba (hamstring strain), M Jason Moore (knee contusion), M Seth Trembly (groin strain) KANSAS CITY WIZARDS - OUT: GK Tony Meola (abdominal strain); QUESTIONABLE: D/M Jose Burciaga Jr. (ankle sprain - R), D Brandon Prideaux (lower leg contusion - L), F Roy Lassiter (groin strain-R); PROBABLE: F Mo Johnston (strained neck), M Kerry Zavagnin (ankle sprain - L) LOS ANGELES GALAXY - QUESTIONABLE: F Brian Mullan (sprained ankle-R); PROBABLE: D Ezra Hendrickson (lacerated lip) SAN JOSE EARTHQUAKES - OUT: Dario Brose (hip-flexor strain-R) SUSPENSION REPORT COLUMBUS CREW - Jeff Cunningham (Red Card) KANSAS CITY WIZARDS - Nick Garcia (Red Card) LOS ANGELES GALAXY - Danny Pena (Caution Points) MIAMI FUSION - Ivan McKinley (Caution Points) Players with National Team Commitments that will keep them from MLS action on Saturday, June 30 U.S. National Team Jeff Agoos (S.J. Earthquakes) Chris Armas (Chicago Fire) Robin Fraser (Colorado Rapids) Chris Henderson (Miami Fusion) Cobi Jones (Los Angeles Galaxy) Chris Klein (Kansas City Wizards) Carlos Llamosa (Miami Fusion) Pablo Mastroeni (Miami Fusion) Brian McBride (Columbus Crew) Tom Presthus (Columbus Crew) Nick Rimando (Miami Fusion) Greg Vanney (Los Angeles Galaxy) Richie Williams (MetroStars) Jamaican National Team Chris Dawes (Colorado Rapids) Wolde Harris (New England Revolution) Onandi Lowe (Kansas City Wizards) Tyrone Marshall (Miami Fusion) Andy Williams (New England Revolution) Trinidad & Tobago National Team Ansil Elcock (Columbus Crew) Costa Rican National Team William Sunsing (New England Revolution)

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