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Posts Tagged ‘Sporting Kansas City.’

GAME NOTES: Sporting KC 2 Columbus Crew 0

 

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SPORTING KANSAS CITY

* Came into the contest at 10-5-3 with 33 points, tied for first in the Eastern Conference with D.C. United.

* Leaves the game at 11-5-3 with 36 points, alone in first place in the Eastern Conference.

* All-time vs. Columbus Crew, 19 wins, 2 shootout wins, 64 goals, 5 ties, at Columbus, 9 wins, 1 shootout win, 34 goals and 3 ties.

* Midfielder Graham Zusi was not in the first 11 players.

* Jacob Peterson scored the game’s first goal in his second straight start.

* In the last 5 games, 1-2-2.

* Has allowed 17 goals in 18 matches for a 0.94 goals against average, the lowest in Major League Soccer.

* Have allowed only 17 goals this season, lowest in the MLS.

* Ranks first in the MLS in shots (298), corner kicks (118) and fewest shots against (185) this year.

* Leads the MLS in all-time shots taken with 6,947.

* Captain Jimmy Nielsen leads all MLS goalkeepers with 11 wins in 2012. His eight shutouts are second-most in the MLS.

 

COLUMBUS CREW

* Have allowed only 19 goals, 2nd in the MLS.

* All-time vs. Sporting KC, 43 meetings, 20 wins, 72 goals, at Columbus, 12 wins, 38 goals.

* Sebastian Miranda did not start for the first time since 2011, spanning 40 straight games.

* Danny O’Rourke was injured and unavailable, Eric Gehrig started.

* Had won three straight home matches, FC Dallas, Chicago and Real Salt Lake.

* The Crew is tied for 17th in MLS scoring.

* Forward Olman Vargas appeared in only his 10th match of the season in the 80th minute, subbing for injured Josh Williams.

* Came into the game 7th in the Eastern Conference at 6-6-4, 22 points.

* They leave the game at 6-7-4, 22 points and still in 7th place.

 

Logos courtesy of MLS

Convey dealt to Sporting Kansas City from San Jose

 

Bobby Convey (courtesy of MLS)

Bobby Convey has been traded by the San Jose Earthquakes to Sporting Kansas City in exchange for an international roster slot for 2012.

Convey spent the past three years with San Jose, where he was an MLS All-Star in 2010 and 2011.

He has 11 goals and 30 assists in 164 Major League Soccer games.

 

Info compiled from staff, MLS, San Jose Earthquakes & Sporting Kansas City news

KC’s Sapong named MLS Rookie of the Year

 

C. J. Sapong of Sporting KC June 2011 (By Ryan Knapp & Ytoyoda via wikipedia commons)

Sporting Kansas City forward C. J. Sapong, a James Madison University product, has been voted the MLS Rookie of the Year.

The 6’1, 22-year-old rising star, received 42 percent of the votes from the media, 30 percent from fellow players from around the league and 34 percent from Major League Soccer clubs.

Sapong scored five goals and logged five assists.

Sapong held off D.C. United defender Perry Kitchen, who was second with 34.6 percent of the votes and third-place finisher, Michael Farfan, a midfielder for Philadelphia.

 

Info compiled from Major League Soccer & Sporting Kansas City news

EASTERN CONFERENCE MLS Finals: Houston beats Sporting KC to advance to Cup game

 

(courtesy of MLS)

The Houston Dynamo have advanced out of the Eastern Conference to the MLS Cup championship game.

Andre Hainault and Carlo Costly scored goals in the second half to lead the Dynamo to a 2-0 win over Sporting Kansas City in the East final.

Houston advances to the title game on November 20 at Carson, California, where no team has beaten their next opponent, the Los Angeles Galaxy all year.

 

Info compiled from MLS & Houston Dynamo news

Union shuts down Crew, 1-0; MLS East tightens up

 

(courtesy of MLS)

The Columbus Crew took a trip to the Philadelphia suburb of Chester, Pennsylvania, and came back empty-handed. No goals, no points, nothing!

The Union scored on a first half breakaway goal and never caught steam in losing 1-0.

Sebastien Le Toux scored the game’s lone goal in the 32nd minute to give Philadelphia their first win in 9 games.

The Crew drops to 11-10-8, 41 points on the season. They are very fortunate to still be in first place in the East as second-place Sporting Kansas City lost to Real Salt Lake.

The Crew returns home this Saturday to host Major League Soccer’s best team, the Los Angeles Galaxy.

Info courtesy of the Columbus Crew

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