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Posts Tagged ‘Colorado Rapids.’

Crew dominates defending MLS champion Colorado, 4-1

 

(courtesy of MLS)

Tommy Heinemann, Andres Mendoza and Eddie Gaven scored goals to give the Columbus Crew a 4-1 domination of the Colorado Rapids at Crew Stadium on Sunday night.

Heinemann scored his first MLS goal and Andres Mendoza continued his hot scoring by netting one in each half.

After Conor Casey staked the visitors to an early lead, Eddie Gaven leveled the score before Mendoza put the Crew ahead for good in the 18th minute. He made it 3-1 in the 48th minute while the Rapids struggled all over the field after Casey was ejected in the first half after a violent collision with Crew goalkeeper William Hesmer, who got kicked in the jaw.

Heinemann scored in the 57th minute.

The win moves Columbus (6-4-6, 24 points) into second place in the Eastern Conference, two points in back of Philadelphia with their largest scoring output since a 4-0 win over New England on September 6, 2008.

The Crew is 4-1-3 at home this season.

 

 

Crew loses exhibition game to Colorado; Hesmer plays for first time

(file photo)

The Columbus Crew lost an exhibition game to the Colorado Rapids in Scottsdale, Arizona, 2-0.

Sanna Nyassi and Seven Emory scored second half goals for MLS Cup champion Colorado.

Crew goalkeeper William Hesmer played all 90 minutes for the first time since suffering a shoulder fracture late in the season.

Columbus will play its final match of the Arizona portion of the preseason on Thursday against the Houston Dynamo.

Info courtesy of Columbus Crew

Robin Fraser, Ex-Columbus Crew fan favorite, named Chivas USA coach

Robin Fraser (courtesy of MLS)

MLS member, Chivas USA recently announced that Robin Fraser, a dominating player during his 10-year Major League Soccer career and a respected assistant coach in four seasons with Real Salt Lake, has been named as their new head coach.

The 44-year-old Fraser, will get ready for the MLS SuperDraft, training camp and the 2011 regular season, which has Chivas USA kicking off Saturday March 19 against Sporting Kansas City at the Home Depot Center in Carson, California.

Fraser has become one of the most widely respected Assistant Coaches in Major League Soccer due to his work in four seasons with Real Salt Lake and head coach Jason Kreis.

Since Fraser joined RSL in 2007, the team has won an MLS Cup (2009) and has set a record for most consecutive home matches without a loss, currently at 25 league games and 33 matches in all competitions.

In 10 MLS seasons as a player, Fraser established himself as one of the league’s top defenders, earning two MLS Defender of the Year awards in 1999 and 2004, as well as earning five appearances on the MLS All-Star Team and MLS Best XI (1996, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2004).

The first-ever pick of the LA Galaxy in the 1996 MLS Inaugural Player Draft (fourth overall), Fraser played in 260 games (256 starts) with three teams, the Galaxy from 1996-2000, Colorado Rapids 2001-2003 and the Columbus Crew (2004-2005).

Fraser was born in Kingston, Jamaica, but attended high school in Miami, Florida and went to Florida International University.

After receiving his United States citizenship in 1986, the central defender made 27 appearances for the United States National Team, from 1988 to 2001.

Fraser and his wife Ashley, have two daughters, Danielle and Nicola.

Info courtesy of Chivas USA and Columbus Crew news

Colorado Rapids beats FC Dallas in MLS Cup, 2-1 in overtime

(courtesy of MLS)

Gary Smith Colorado Rapids coach (courtesy of MLS)

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The Colorado Rapids won their first MLS title, but not the way they had planned it.

FC Dallas defender George John’s own goal in extra time, gave the Rapids a 2-1 win.

In the second half of extra time, Colorado substitute Macoumba Kanji took a long pass from Conor Casey inside the box and stabbed the ball across the front of the Dallas goal. His shot spun off John’s left thigh and over the head of goalkeeper Kevin Hartman.

Kandji, Colorado’s final substitute, suffered a leg injury on that sequence and limped off the field, leaving the Rapids one player short for the final 12 minutes.

compiled from MLS news

Colorado Rapids going to the MLS Cup on Kimura’s goal

Kosuke Kimura (photo by Garrett Ellwood/courtesy of MLS via Getty Images)

(courtesy of the MLS)

The Colorado Rapids are going to the MLS Cup!

Kosuke Kimura scored a goal in the 43rd minute of play and the Rapids beat the San Jose Earthquakes 1-0 in the Eastern Conference finals in Commerce City, Colorado over the weekend. The seventh-seeded Rapids will face the winner of the Dallas-Los Angeles final in the West.

The two winners will meet in the Toronto on November 21 for the championship of the league.

Info courtesy of the MLS & the Colorado Rapids

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