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Los Angeles-FC Dallas Report Card
by Ridge Mahoney, November 15th, 2010 1:05AM
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[MLS] The Galaxy lost its momentum after being stoned several times by keeper Kevin Hartman on Sunday in the Western Conference final. A quicker and fiercer FC Dallas inflicted a 3-0 thrashing at Home Depot Center to sweep into its first MLS Cup appearance.

Los Angeles Galaxy
Starters:
Rating/Player (Country) Age

5 Donovan Ricketts (Jamaica) 33
4 Sean Franklin (USA) 25
3 Omar Gonzalez (USA) 22
3 A.J. DeLaGarza (USA) 23
4 Eddie Lewis (USA) 36
5 David Beckham (England) 35
3 Dema Kovalenko (Ukraine) 33
4 Juninho (Brazil) 21
5 Landon Donovan (USA) 28
4 Mike Magee (USA) 26
4 Edson Buddle (USA) 29
Subs:
4 Alex Cazumba (Brazil) 22
5 Chris Birchall (Trinidad & Tobago) 26
NR Jovan Kirovski (USA) 34

FC Dallas
Starters:
Rating/Player (Country) Age

8 Kevin Hartman (USA) 36
6 Jackson Goncalves (Brazil) 22
7 George John (USA) 23
6 Ugo Ihemelu (USA) 27
6 Jair Benitez (Colombia) 31
6 Daniel Hernandez (USA) 34
7 Dax McCarty (USA) 23
7 Brek Shea (USA) 20
7 Marvin Chavez (Honduras) 27
8 David Ferreira (Colombia) 31
6 Atiba Harris (St. Kitts & Nevis) 25
Subs:
5 Zach Loyd (USA) 23
NR Eric Alexander (USA) 22



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  1. Barefoot TX
    commented on: November 15, 2010 at 11:13 a.m.
    Shouldn't Ihemelu's country be listed as USA? I'm pretty sure he's a citizen, and I know he's been capped for USA.

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