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CHICAGO FIRE v SAN JOSE EARTHQUAKES (May 28, Toyota Park, 7:30 p.m. CT) PROBABLE LINEUPS

2011 SEASON RECORDS Fire at home

GP 10 4

W-L-T 1-4-5 1-1-2

PTS 8 5

GF 13 5

GA 17 5

Earthquakes on road

10 4

3-4-3 1-2-1

12 4

12 3

12 5

ROSTERS

1 Conway

LEAGUE HEAD-TO-HEAD

6

ALL-TIME (28 meetings): Fire 12 wins (0 shootout), 41 goals … Earthquakes 7 wins (1 shootout), 28 goals … Ties 9

32

89

Robinson

Cuesta

13

Anibaba

AT CHICAGO (14 meetings): Fire 7 wins (0 shootout), 25 goals … Earthquakes 2 wins (1 shootout), 13 goals … Ties 5

16

Segares

11

19

Paladini

Bone

8

Pappa

LAST YEAR (MLS): 4/10: CHI 1, SJ 2 (Pappa 52 - Alvarez 49; Opara 81) 9/29: SJ 0, CHI 3 (Kinney 39; Ljungberg 72; Nyarko 90) UPCOMING MATCHES EARTHQUAKES FIRE Sat. June 4 Houston Sat. June 4 Seattle Sat. June 11 at D.C. United Thu. June 9 at Sporting KC Fri. June 17 at Sporting KC Sun. June 12 at Columbus Sat. June 25 Los Angeles Sat. June 18 at New England

Oduro

29

99

Nazarit

Chaves

24

8

Lenhart

Wondolowski

11

17

Convey

Gjertsen

7

5

Stephenson

Ring

WHERE THE GOALS COME FROM EARTHQUAKES

FIRE

F 13 69

A 17 53

F 12 75

GOALS SCORED MINUTES PER GOAL

A 12 75

12 Corrales

9 5 3 0

7 2 0 1 1 1 0 1

7 4 2 0 0 0 3 1

RIGHT FOOT LEFT FOOT HEADERS OTHER OPEN PLAY CROSS CORNER REBOUND PENALTIES DIRECT FROM FREE KICK FREE KICK (INDIRECT) OWN GOALS

4 4 3 1

4 3 4 1

6 3 2 0 0 1 0 0

4 3 1 1 1 1 1 0

3 6 3

6 3 3

DISTANCE

INSIDE GOAL AREA INSIDE PENALTY AREA OUTSIDE PENALTY AREA

4 8 5

(W-L-T) CHI SJ

RECORD LEAD 1-0-2 1-0-1

AT HALFTIME TIED TRAIL 0-1-2 0-3-1 2-3-1 0-1-1

Home win Road win Home loss Road loss Tie game Shutout for Shutout vs.

GAME-BY-GAME: WON/LOST/TIED Fire Earthquakes

TWLLLTTTTL LWTTLLLTWW

Hernandez

REFEREE: Abbey Okulaja. SAR (bench): Brian Poeschel; JAR (opposite): Peter Balciunas; 4th: Allen Chapman INJURY REPORTS CHICAGO FIRE - OUT: MF Mike Banner (L Achilles tendinitis); DF Steven Kinney (R Achilles repair); MF Patrick Nyarko (concussion); DOUBTFUL: MF Marko Maric (L deltoid sprain/talar dome contusion); QUESTIONABLE: DF Josip Mikulic (L biceps subluxation); MF Michael Videira (concussion symptoms); PROBABLE: FW Diego Chaves (R foot contusion) … SAN JOSE EARTHQUAKES - OUT: MF Simon Dawkins (R/L bilateral fasciotomy); MF Andre Luiz (L knee injury); DOUBTFUL: DF Tim Ward (R hamstring strain); QUESTIONABLE: FW Scott Sealy (L hamstring strain) DISCIPLINARY SITUATION SUSPENDED: none WARNINGS (suspended next yellow card): CHI: Daniel Paladini, Gonzalo Segares INTERNATIONAL DUTY none

RECORD WITH FIRST GOAL SCORE ALLOW 1-0-3 0-4-1 3-1-1 0-3-2

THE LAST TIME CHICAGO FIRE Date Score (Gms since) 3/26/2011 CHI 3, KC 10/23/2010 CHI 4, CHV 4/17/2011 CHI 1, LA 5/21/2011 CHI 1, PHI 5/14/2011 CHI 2, TOR 5/07/2011 CHI 0, VAN 5/07/2011 CHI 0, VAN

Opara

Leitch

Busch

TYPE OF PLAY

3 7 3

21 18

HOW SCORED

10 2 0 1

3

6

2 1 2 2 2 0 0

(3) (6) (2) (0) (1) (2) (2)

SAN JOSE EARTHQUAKES Date Score (Gms since) 5/21/2011 SJ 2, NE 1 (0) 3/26/2011 SJ 2, DAL 0 (3) 4/23/2011 SJ 1, CHV 2 (2) 4/30/2011 SJ 0, PHI 1 (1) 5/11/2011 SJ 1, VAN 1 (2) 5/14/2011 SJ 3, CLB 0 (1) 4/30/2011 SJ 0, PHI 1 (3)

TEAM LEADERS FIRE G: 4 Chaves/Pappa A: 2 3 players tied SHT: 32 Pappa SOG: 14 Pappa FC: 27 Pappa FS: 23 Chaves OF: 5 Pappa/Puerari C: 4 Paladini/Segares E: 0 EARTHQUAKES G: 5 Wondolowski A: 2 4 players tied SHT: 38 Wondolowski SOG: 14 Wondolowski FC: 13 Stephenson FS: 15 Lenhart OF: 9 Wondolowski C: 3 Cronin E: 1 McDonald

CHICAGO FIRE 1 Jon Conway (GK) 4 Kwame Watson-Siriboe (DF) 5 Cory Gibbs (DF) 6 Jalil Anibaba (DF) 7 Mike Banner (MF) 8 Dominic Oduro (FW) 9 Baggio Husidic (MF) 11 Daniel Paladini (MF) 12 Logan Pause (MF) 13 Gonzalo Segares (DF) 14 Patrick Nyarko (MF) 15 Orr Barouch (FW) 16 Marco Pappa (MF) 17 Davis Paul (FW) 18 Gaston Puerari (FW) 19 Corben Bone (MF) 21 Michael Videira (MF) 22 Marko Maric (MF) 23 Josip Mikulic (DF) 24 Pari Pantazopoulos (MF) 25 Sean Johnson (GK) 27 Victor Pineda (MF) 28 Steven Kinney (DF) 29 Cristian Nazarit (FW) 30 Alec Dufty (GK) 32 Dasan Robinson (DF) 77 Bratislav Ristic (MF) 88 Gabriel Ferrari (DF) 89 Yamith Cuesta (DF) 99 Diego Chaves (FW) S.J. EARTHQUAKES 1 David Bingham (GK) 2 Bobby Burling (DF) 3 Chris Leitch (DF) 4 Sam Cronin (MF) 5 Brad Ring (MF) 6 Ike Opara (DF) 7 Khari Stephenson (MF) 8 Chris Wondolowski (FW) 9 Scott Sealy (FW) 10 Simon Dawkins (MF) 11 Bobby Convey (MF) 12 Ramiro Corrales (DF) 13 Andrew Weber (GK) 14 Brandon McDonald (MF) 15 Justin Morrow (DF) 17 Joey Gjertsen (MF) 18 Jon Busch (GK 19 Ryan Johnson (FW) 20 Tim Ward (DF) 21 Jason Hernandez (DF) 22 Omar Jasseh (MF) 23 Anthony Ampaipitakwong (MF) 24 Steven Lenhart (FW) 25 Ellis McLoughlin (FW) 28 Andre Luiz (MF) 32 Matt Luzunaris (FW) 33 Steven Beitashour (DF)

GOALSCORING GOALS SCORED IN GAME GP 0 1 2 CHI 10 1 6 2 SJ 10 3 3 3

RECORD 3 1 1

4+ 0 0

TOT AVG 13 1.30 12 1.20

GOALS ALLOWED IN GAME GP 0 1 2 3 CHI 10 1 3 5 0 SJ 10 2 5 2 1

4+ 1 0

TOT AVG 17 1.70 12 1.20

GOALS BY INTERVALS GOALS SCORED Total 1-15 16-30 31-45 46-60 61-75 76-90 CHI 13 1 2 3 1 4 2 SJ 12 1 2 3 3 2 1 GOALS ALLOWED Total 1-15 16-30 31-45 46-60 61-75 76-90 CHI 17 2 3 2 4 4 2 SJ 12 2 2 2 0 1 5


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CHICAGO FIRE No. 1 4 5 6 7 8 9 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 21 22 23 24 25 27 28 29 30 32 77 88 89 99

Player Pos Jon Conway GK Kwame Watson-Siriboe DF Cory Gibbs DF Jalil Anibaba DF Mike Banner MF Dominic Oduro FW Baggio Husidic FW Daniel Paladini MF Logan Pause MF Gonzalo Segares DF Patrick Nyarko FW Orr Barouch FW Marco Pappa MF Davis Paul FW Gaston Puerari FW Corben Bone MF Michael Videira MF Marko Maric MF Josip Mikulic DF Pari Pantazopoulos MF Sean Johnson GK Victor Pineda MF Steven Kinney DF Cristian Nazarit FW Alec Dufty GK Dasan Robinson DF Bratislav Ristic MF Gabriel Ferrari FW Yamith Cuesta DF Diego Chaves FW HEAD COACH : Carlos de los Cobos

Ht 6-6 6-3 6-2 6-0 5-10 6-0 6-1 5-9 5-10 5-11 6-0 6-2 5-10 5-8 5-7 5-9 5-10 6-2 6-2 6-0 6-3 5-11 6-0 6-1 6-5 5-11 5-10 6-2 6-3 5-10

Wt 215 196 180 170 160 160 180 165 155 162 165 190 155 145 150 149 170 180 185 180 217 140 175 170 200 160 155 185 185 150

Birthdate 05/06/1977 11/13/1986 01/14/1980 10/19/1988 10/20/1984 08/13/1985 05/19/1987 11/11/1984 08/22/1981 10/13/1982 01/15/1986 11/29/1991 11/15/1987 10/12/1988 01/23/1986 09/16/1988 01/06/1986 04/25/1983 04/12/1986 09/17/1988 05/31/1989 05/15/1993 10/28/1987 08/13/1990 03/11/1987 06/06/1984 01/21/1980 09/01/1988 04/17/1989 02/14/1986 12/10/1958

Birthplace Media, PA Chino Hills, CA Plantation, FL Fullerton, CA Washington, DC Accra, Ghana Velika Kladusa, Yugoslavia Van Nuys, CA Hillsborough, NC San Jose, Costa Rica Kumasi, Ghana Haifa, Israel Guatemala City, Guatemala San Diego, CA Paysandu, Uruguay Plano, TX Milford, MA Zagreb, Croatia Ljubuski, Yugoslavia Athens, Greece Auburn, GA Chicago, IL Norcross, GA Cali, Colombia Binghamton, NY Evanston, IL Nis, Yugoslavia New York, NY Turbo, Antioquia, Colombia Montevideo, Uruguay

2011 GP GS G 6 6 0 0 0 0 7 7 0 9 9 0 0 0 0 10 5 2 5 2 0 4 4 0 7 6 0 10 10 0 7 4 0 8 0 1 10 10 4 1 1 0 10 8 1 4 4 0 6 5 0 1 0 0 6 6 0 0 0 0 4 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 2 0 4 2 0 0 0 0 5 5 0 10 10 4

A 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 2 1 0 1 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

2011 GP GS G 0 0 0 2 2 0 8 7 0 9 7 0 5 4 0 7 4 0 8 6 2 10 10 5 5 3 0 6 5 2 9 8 1 7 7 0 0 0 0 8 8 1 1 1 0 6 5 0 10 10 0 10 8 0 0 0 0 9 9 0 0 0 0 5 1 0 5 4 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 1 0

A 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 2 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

CAREER GP GS G A 88 85 0 3 10 7 0 0 82 81 1 1 9 9 0 1 54 19 3 3 126 54 17 14 37 25 5 4 12 9 1 0 205 183 2 11 124 121 8 9 73 50 6 13 8 0 1 0 71 64 16 10 1 1 0 0 10 8 1 2 9 5 0 1 18 10 0 1 1 0 0 0 6 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 17 17 0 0 0 0 0 0 13 10 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 85 73 3 1 12 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 20 17 0 1 10 10 4 0 W10 L16 T14

SAN JOSE EARTHQUAKES No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 28 32 33

Player David Bingham Bobby Burling Chris Leitch Sam Cronin Brad Ring Ike Opara Khari Stephenson Chris Wondolowski Scott Sealy Simon Dawkins Bobby Convey Ramiro Corrales Andrew Weber Brandon McDonald Justin Morrow Joey Gjertsen Jon Busch Ryan Johnson Tim Ward Jason Hernandez Omar Jasseh Anthony Ampaipitakwong Steven Lenhart Ellis McLoughlin Andre Luiz Matt Luzunaris Steven Beitashour HEAD COACH : Frank Yallop

Pos GK DF DF MF MF DF MF FW FW MF MF DF GK MF DF MF GK FW DF DF MF MF FW FW MF FW DF

Ht 6-2 6-5 5-11 5-10 5-10 6-2 6-1 6-0 5-10 5-10 5-9 6-0 6-2 6-1 5-9 5-9 5-10 6-1 6-0 5-11 5-7 5-8 6-1 5-10 6-0 6-1 5-10

Wt 185 195 165 165 165 180 185 165 175 160 150 180 190 185 165 165 165 180 165 170 145 160 190 165 174 170 170

Birthdate 10/19/1989 10/15/1984 04/01/1979 12/12/1986 04/07/1987 02/21/1989 01/18/1981 01/28/1983 06/04/1981 12/01/1987 05/27/1983 03/12/1977 08/09/1983 01/16/1986 10/04/1987 06/13/1982 08/18/1976 11/26/1984 02/28/1987 08/26/1983 11/01/1992 06/14/1988 08/28/1986 07/08/1990 01/11/1974 03/09/1989 02/01/1987 04/04/1961

Birthplace Castro Valley, CA Clear Lake City, TX Columbus, OH Atlanta, GA Rockford, IL Durham, NC Kingston, Jamaica Danville, CA Petit Valley, Trinidad & Tobago England Philadelphia, PA Los Angeles, CA Austin, TX Phoenix, AZ Cleveland, OH Tacoma, WA Queens, NY Kingston, Jamaica Waukesha, WI New York, NY Banjul, Gambia Carrollton, TX Jacksonville, FL Seattle, WA Sao Paulo, Brazil Margate, FL San Jose, CA

CAREER GP GS G 0 0 0 50 43 1 190 170 0 59 53 1 16 8 0 18 14 3 28 18 3 91 55 30 122 87 31 6 5 2 152 141 11 251 225 12 2 2 0 71 64 4 4 1 0 24 21 1 175 174 0 105 68 17 68 60 0 133 116 0 4 0 0 5 1 0 68 34 13 3 0 1 16 16 0 2 0 0 9 8 1 W90 L87 T57

A 0 1 14 5 1 0 2 6 9 0 30 27 0 4 0 3 0 13 7 2 0 0 5 0 1 0 0


CHICAGO FIRE vs SAN JOSE EARTHQUAKES TOYOTA PARK, Bridgeview, Ill. 7:30 p.m. CT (CSN-Chi; CSN-BA)

May 28, 2011 (WEEK 11; MLS Game 103)

Four days after meeting in northern California, the Chicago Fire and San Jose Earthquakes play the back end of their unique home-and-home series when the clubs face off at Toyota Park. On Tuesday, the teams played a U.S. Open Cup match, the Fire advancing to the tournament proper on penalty kicks. The Fire haven’t won in eight league games; the Quakes are coming off back-to-back league wins at home. REFEREE: Abbey Okulaja. SAR (bench): Brian Poeschel; JAR (opposite): Peter Balciunas; 4th: Allen Chapman MLS Career: 107 games; FC/gm: 27.2; Y/gm: 3.3; R: 18; pens: 25 INJURY REPORT: CHICAGO FIRE – OUT: MF Mike Banner (L Achilles tendinitis); DF Steven Kinney (R Achilles repair); MF Patrick Nyarko (concussion); DOUBTFUL: MF Marko Maric (L deltoid sprain/talar dome contusion); QUESTIONABLE: DF Josip Mikulic (L biceps subluxation); MF Michael Videira (concussion symptoms); PROBABLE: FW Diego Chaves (R foot contusion) … SAN JOSE EARTHQUAKES – OUT: MF Simon Dawkins (R/L bilateral fasciotomy); MF Andre Luiz (L knee injury); DOUBTFUL: DF Tim Ward (R hamstring strain); QUESTIONABLE: FW Scott Sealy (L hamstring strain) INTERNATIONAL ABSENCES: none SUSPENDED: none WARNINGS: SUSPENDED NEXT YELLOW CARD: CHI: Daniel Paladini, Gonzalo Segares SUSPENDED AFTER TWO YELLOW CARDS: CHI: Diego Chaves, Dominic Oduro … SJ: Sam Cronin HEAD-TO-HEAD ALL-TIME (28 meetings): Fire 12 wins (0 shootout), 41 goals … Earthquakes 7 wins (1 shootout), 28 goals … Ties 9 AT CHICAGO (14 meetings): Fire 7 wins (0 shootout), 25 goals … Earthquakes 2 wins (1 shootout), 13 goals … Ties 5 RETURN MATCH: 9/10: San Jose Earthquakes vs. Chicago Fire, 7:30 p.m. PT LAST YEAR (MLS): 4/10: CHI 1, SJ 2 (Pappa 52 – Alvarez 49; Opara 81) 9/29: SJ 0, CHI 3 (Kinney 39; Ljungberg 72; Nyarko 90)  A year ago, the road teams won both meetings, the Quakes winning 2-1 in Bridgeview in April before the Fire repaid them with a 3-0 triumph in September in Santa Clara.  For the Earthquakes, it was their first win at Chicago since 1999, a shootout victory following a 2-2 draw. Before the 2-1 win in Bridgeview last year, the Quakes had never defeated Chicago in regulation time on the road.  Coaches record: Carlos de los Cobos vs. PHI: P2 W1 L1 D0 … Frank Yallop v CHI: P16 W3 L7 D6 U.S. OPEN CUP  The teams met Tuesday in a play-in game in the U.S. Open Cup at Buck Shaw Stadium, the Fire advancing on penalty kicks after the teams played to a 2-2 draw. Ellis McLoughlin and Justin Morrow put the Earthquakes two goals by halftime, but goals from Orr Barouch and Yamith Cuesta completed the comeback for the visitors.  The Fire played the final 22 minutes of extra time a man down after Gonzalo Segares was sent off. In the penalty shootout, Daniel Paladini converted the Fire’s fifth kick in the sixth round, then when Scott Sealy hit the crossbar, the Fire had earned a place in the tournament proper round-of-16.  SAN JOSE: Andrew Weber; Steven Beitashour, Bobby Burling, Brandon McDonald, Ramiro Corrales; Anthony Ampaipitakwong (Steven Lenhart 83), Sam Cronin, Brad Ring (Khari Stephenson 71), Justin Morrow; Ellis McLoughlin (Scott Sealy 46), Chris Wondolowski.  CHICAGO: Sean Johnson; Jalil Anibaba (Dominic Oduro 46), Yamith Cuesta, Dasan Robinson (Cory Gibbs 88), Gonzalo Segares; Bratislav Ristic, Daniel Paladini, Logan Pause, Marco Pappa; Cristian Nazarit, Gaston Puerari (Orr Barouch 46). CHICAGO FIRE The Chicago Fire saw their winless streak stretched to eight games in a 2-1 loss to Philadelphia Union on Saturday evening at PPL Park. The Fire have 8 points from 10 matches on the year, sitting in eighth place in the Eastern Conference. LAST MATCH

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Union took the lead in the 64th minute when Michael Farfan took a pass from Kyle Nakazawa on a free kick from the left flank, and struck a low, driving shot from outside the box that deflected past the Fire’s Jon Conway.  Just four minutes later, however, Fire winger Dominic Oduro rounded Farfan on the right side of the area and poked a shot past Union ’keeper Faryd Mondragón from a tight angle.  Yet Union regained the lead in the 75th minute. After Carlos Ruiz saw his free kick blocked, he chased down the deflection and looped a high-arching shot from about 40 yards out that sailed over Conway’s head, hit the bottom of the crossbar and bounced straight down over the goal line.  Fire head coach Carlos de los Cobos made two changes to the team that came back for a 2-2 draw with Toronto FC at BMO Field. Bratislav Ristic came in at left back for Jalil Anibaba and Baggio Husidic started in place of Gaston Puerari.  CHICAGO FIRE (4-1-4-1): Jon Conway - Bratislav Ristic, Yamith Cuesta, Cory Gibbs, Gonzalo Segares Daniel Paladini - Dominic Oduro, Baggio Husidic (Gaston Puerari 60), Corben Bone (Logan Pause 60), Marco Pappa - Diego Chaves (Orr Barouch 46). TEAM NEWS  The Fire’s current winless streak in league play is one game shy of the club record set June 12-July 28, 2004. The Fire haven’t won in league play since March 26.  “There’s nothing we can do but keep our heads up,” Oduro said. “We still have a lot of games to go so you just got to keep your head up and try to fight for the little points ahead of you. Right now, we’re among the bottom on the table but at the same time we have a lot of games to go. We just have to reach out for the points and keep trying to make the playoffs.”  While officially a draw, the Fire believe the victory on penalty kicks in the Open Cup match against San Jose could go far in starting a positive run.  “It’s a good result and we hope to go far in this Cup. This win means a lot for our confidence. We’d tied five games and lost the last one,” said Marco Pappa. “I’m very pleased because the team is doing well again, the players are happy because we won and we hope to beat them again at home on Saturday.”  While the Fire have allowed two goals in each of their last three games in all competitions, they were able to score twice for the second time in those three games in the Open Cup match.  “We were trying to play direct in the first half, trying to keep possession, and they were really pressuring us,” Daniel Paladini said. “We weren’t clearing the ball well, so in the second half we decided to play the ball forward, skip a few lines and use Oduro’s speed. Pappa switched the ball well also, and we played with heart, which we didn’t do in the first half.”  Fire captain Logan Pause was able to return to action for the first time since April 30 in the Philadelphia match, coming off the bench for a 30-minute stint after injuring a hamstring. He played the full 120 minutes in the Open Cup tie.  The San Jose rematch could also present an interesting goalkeeper matchup. Current Fire goalkeeper Jon Conway played on two MLS Cup champions (2001, 2003) when he was with the Earthquakes, while Quakes ‘keeper Jon Busch led the Fire to the Eastern Conference Championship match in 2008 and 2009 before being released a week before the 2010 season opener.  Neither goalkeeper played in the Open Cup match, with deputies Sean Johnson (Chicago) and Andrew Weber (San Jose) donning the gloves.  "To be honest with you, I think we're better off playing anxiously," Conway said. "There are times when we've taken goals and been slapped in the face, and then we come back out with vigor and we're moving the ball crisper to get back into the game." SAN JOSE EARTHQUAKES The San Jose Earthquakes won for a second consecutive match at home, defeating the New England Revolution 2-1 on Saturday evening at Buck Shaw Stadium. The Quakes have 12 points from 10 games on the season, sitting in a tie for seventh place in the Western Conference to start the week. LAST MATCH  In the 71st minute – just four minutes after coming on for Ryan Johnson – a completely unmarked Ellis McLoughlin met a Chris Wondolowski cross with a stooping header that beat Matt Reis inside the far post to give San Jose the lead.  The Quakes doubled their lead in the 83rd minute when Bobby Convey curled in a free kick over an outstretched Reis and just inside the upper left corner of the goal.  Just three minutes later, the Revs pulled a goal back when Chris Tierney lashed a low free kick past the wall and beyond the reach of San Jose goalkeeper Jon Busch.  Earthquakes boss Frank Yallop made one change to the team that rolled to a 3-0 win against the Columbus Crew at Buck Shaw Stadium. Ike Opara came into central defense for the suspended Brandon McDonald.

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SAN JOSE EARTHQUAKES (4-4-2): Jon Busch - Chris Leitch, Ike Opara, Jason Hernandez, Bobby Convey Joey Gjertsen (Anthony Ampaipitakwong 64), Brad Ring, Khari Stephenson, Ryan Johnson (Ellis McLoughlin 67) - Chris Wondolowski, Steven Lenhart. TEAM NEWS  The Earthquakes have won back-to-back league games at Buck Shaw Stadium and haven’t lost since a 1-0 defeat by Philadelphia on April. Including Open Cup play, the Quakes are 3-0-2 in their last five games (the loss on penalties is officially considered a draw).  “These games you have to win, and I said at the start of the season we’ve got to be good at home,” Yallop said. “We started slowly at home, but it’s nice to get back-to-back wins and score some goals here at Buck Shaw. I think that the signs that we are getting a lot better come with every game.  While the Quakes have won a pair of games since returning to Yallop’s tried-and-true 4-4-2 scheme, the New England match changed with the substitution of Anthony Ampaipitakwong and Ellis McLoughlin on the wings. The Quakes have scored five second-half goals in the past two games, after netting just one in the final 45 minutes over the first eight.  “They possessed the ball better than us, especially in the first half. They outplayed us football-wise,” said Yallop. “I think we needed the thrust of someone like Ellis to make a difference and he did. I think him and [Ampaipitakwong] changed the game for us.”  Another change was the role of Wondolowski, playing off striker Steven Lenhart for a fourth consecutive game as the strike pair.  “We dropped him back a bit because we they had three central midfielders. He made a great movement to help set up the goal before serving in a terrific ball to Ellis,” Yallop said. “He is on a great run right now getting goals or assists in almost every game.”  Said Wondolowski: “He’s a great player, and I think we are getting more and more on the same page. It’s incredible playing with him, especially the way he battles and fights for every ball. I just get to pick up the scraps and pick and choose where I want to go, which helps me a lot.  But the Quakes will have a hole to fill for a few weeks after Wondolowski was called into the U.S. team for the CONCACAF Gold Cup. Winger Ryan Johnson was also called in, by Jamaica.  “We look at his goal-scoring and think he’s just that, but he’s a good soccer player; very clean feet, good passer of the ball, very good in the air,” Yallop said of Wondolowski. “It’s great he’s on our team, that’s for sure.”

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2011 CHICAGO FIRE STATISTICS (1-4-5, 8 pts.) UNF POS PLAYER 16 M Marco Pappa 99 F Diego Chaves 8 F Dominic Oduro (TOT) 8 F Dominic Oduro (CHI) 18 F Gaston Puerari 15 F Orr Barouch 13 D Gonzalo Segares 6 D Jalil Anibaba 19 M Corben Bone 14 F Patrick Nyarko 21 M Michael Videira 1 G Jon Conway 89 D Yamith Cuesta 5 D Cory Gibbs 9 F Baggio Husidic 25 G Sean Johnson 22 M Marko Maric 23 D Josip Mikulic 11 M Daniel Paladini 17 F Davis Paul 12 M Logan Pause 77 M Bratislav Ristic 32 D Dasan Robinson 7 M Mike Banner 30 G Alec Dufty 88 F Gabriel Ferrari 28 D Steven Kinney 29 F Cristian Nazarit 24 M Pari Pantazopoulos 27 M Victor Pineda 4 D Kwame Watson-Siriboe Own-goals received Team totals Opponent totals

GP 10 10 10 9 10 8 10 9 4 7 6 6 5 7 5 4 1 6 4 1 7 4 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

GS 10 10 5 5 8 0 10 9 4 4 5 6 5 7 2 4 0 6 4 1 6 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

MIN 900 839 554 525 638 170 893 796 298 451 372 540 450 630 169 360 19 487 360 45 570 140 248 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

A 1 0 2 2 2 0 2 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

SHT 32 24 15 13 13 6 5 3 8 1 2 0 2 6 2 0 0 3 7 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

SOG 14 7 6 6 7 2 1 0 2 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FC 27 8 4 4 17 2 14 11 1 6 8 0 3 7 5 0 1 10 10 0 6 4 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FS 21 23 7 7 16 3 7 7 0 17 0 0 3 5 1 0 1 1 4 0 3 4 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

OFF 5 1 2 2 5 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

CK 39 1 0 0 13 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

C 0 3 3 3 2 0 4 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 1 0 0 2 4 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

E 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

900 900

G 4 4 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 13 17

10 10

10 10

11 11

130 131

43 37

146 133

133 146

16 20

54 49

25 21

0 2

MIN 540 360 900 900

SHTS 24 13 37 43

SV 15 5 20 30

GA 8 9 17 13

GAME-WINNING GOALS: Marco Pappa 1 GAME-WINNING ASSISTS: Gonzalo Segares 1 PENALTY KICK GOALS/ATTEMPTS: Diego Chaves 1-1 CHICAGO UNF POS 1 G 25 G

FIRE INDIVIDUAL GOALKEEPING GOALKEEPER GP Jon Conway 6 Sean Johnson 4 Team totals 10 Opponent totals 10

GS 6 4 10 10

GAA 1.33 2.25 1.70 1.30

PG 0 0 0 1

PA 0 0 0 1

* = Played with other teams in 2011. Only Chicago Fire statistics listed here.

W 0 1 1 4

L 2 2 4 1

T 4 1 5 5

SO 1 0 1 1


2011 SAN JOSE EARTHQUAKES STATISTICS (3-4-3, 12 pts.) UNF POS PLAYER 8 F Chris Wondolowski 7 M Khari Stephenson 10 M Simon Dawkins 11 M Bobby Convey 14 M Brandon McDonald 25 F Ellis McLoughlin 17 M Joey Gjertsen 19 F Ryan Johnson 12 D Ramiro Corrales 3 D Chris Leitch 24 F Steven Lenhart 5 M Brad Ring 23 M Anthony Ampaipitakwong 33 D Steven Beitashour 2 D Bobby Burling 18 G Jon Busch 4 M Sam Cronin 21 D Jason Hernandez 32 F Matt Luzunaris 15 D Justin Morrow 6 D Ike Opara 9 F Scott Sealy 28 M Andre Luiz 1 G David Bingham 22 M Omar Jasseh 20 D Tim Ward 13 G Andrew Weber Team totals Opponent totals

GP 10 8 6 9 8 3 6 10 7 8 5 5 5 1 2 10 9 9 2 1 7 5 0 0 0 0 0 10 10

GS 10 6 5 8 8 0 5 8 7 7 4 4 1 1 2 10 7 9 0 1 4 3 0 0 0 0 0 10 10

MIN 892 529 426 752 683 59 319 741 586 638 370 343 171 90 180 900 674 810 24 90 395 217 0 0 0 0 0 900 900

G 5 2 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12 12

A 2 1 0 2 0 0 2 2 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 13 11

SHT 38 15 7 9 1 3 6 16 4 0 8 2 2 1 0 0 8 0 0 0 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 124 135

SOG 14 6 3 3 1 2 2 3 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 39 46

FC 11 13 3 7 7 1 0 8 1 7 11 7 3 1 1 0 10 10 2 0 6 1 0 0 0 0 0 110 107

FS 10 4 9 6 6 1 2 8 5 6 15 6 1 1 1 0 5 2 1 1 3 4 0 0 0 0 0 107 110

OFF 9 1 0 2 0 0 0 8 1 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 5 0 0 0 0 0 32 36

PA 1 1 0

W 3 3 4

CK 0 0 0 20 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 7 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 38 58

C 1 1 0 2 2 0 0 1 1 2 1 1 0 1 0 0 3 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 18 16

GAME-WINNING GOALS: Chris Wondolowski 2, Bobby Convey 1 GAME-WINNING ASSISTS: Brad Ring 1, Chris Leitch 1, Ryan Johnson 1 PENALTY KICK GOALS/ATTEMPTS: None SAN JOSE EARTHQUAKES INDIVIDUAL GOALKEEPING UNF POS GOALKEEPER GP GS 18 G Jon Busch 10 10 Team totals 10 10 Opponent totals 10 10

MIN 900 900 900

SHTS 46 46 39

SV 34 34 27

GA 12 12 12

GAA 1.20 1.20 1.20

PG 1 1 0

L 4 4 3

* = Played with other teams in 2011. Only San Jose Earthquakes statistics listed here.

T 3 3 3

SO 2 2 3

E 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1


CHICAGO FIRE 2011 SCHEDULE DAY DATE Sat. Mar. Sat. Mar.

OPPONENT 19 at FC Dallas 26 Sporting KC

RESULT T 1-1 W 3-2

ATT. 20,145 12,157

Sat. Apr. Thu. Apr.

9 at Seattle 14 at Portland

L 1-2 L 2-4

36,233 18,627

Sun. Sat. Sat. Sat. Sat. Sat. Sat. Sat. Thu. Sun. Sat. Wed. Sun. Sat. Sat. Sat. Wed. Sun. Sat. Thu. Sun. Sat. Sat. Sat. Sun. Wed. Sat. Wed. Sat. Sat.

17 23 30 7 14 21 28 4 9 12 18 22 26 2 9 16 3 7 13 18 21 27 10 17 25 28 1 12 15 22

L T T T T L

18,203 12,473 11,789 11,680 18,674 18,379

Apr. Apr. Apr. May May May May June June June June June June July July July Aug. Aug. Aug. Aug. Aug. Aug. Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct.

Los Angeles Houston at Colorado Vancouver at Toronto FC at Philadelphia San Jose Seattle at Sporting KC at Columbus at New England Real Salt Lake New York at Chivas USA at Los Angeles Portland Philadelphia at Vancouver at New York D.C. United Toronto FC Colorado at San Jose Chivas USA New England at Real Salt Lake at Houston FC Dallas at D.C. United Columbus

1-2 1-1 1-1 0-0 2-2 1-2

W-L-T POS. PTS GOALS: 0-0-1 5 1 CHI: Chaves (17); DAL: Rodriguez (19) 1-0-1 T2 4 CHI: Chaves (34) Puerari (40) Pappa (60); KC: Besler (51) Bunbury (72) 1-1-1 T2 4 CHI: Chaves (8); SEA: White (7) Zakuani (25) 1-2-1 T7 4 CHI: own goal (66) Pappa (81); POR: Perlaza (29,47) Wallace (38) own goal (84) 1-3-1 T8 4 CHI: Oduro (89); LA: Barrett (42) Gonzalez (72) 1-3-2 8 5 CHI: Chaves (18); HOU: Boswell (83) 1-3-3 8 6 CHI: Pappa (43); COL: Akpan (49) 1-3-4 8 7 1-3-5 0 8 CHI: Pappa (63) Barouch (75); TOR: Plata (9) Santos (47) 1-4-5 0 8 CHI: Oduro (67); PHI: M. Farfan (64) Ruiz (75)

SAN JOSE EARTHQUAKES 2011 SCHEDULE DAY Sat. Sat. Sat. Sat. Sat. Sat. Sat. Wed. Sat. Sat. Sat. Sat. Sat. Fri. Sat. Sat. Wed. Sat. Sat. Wed. Sat. Sat. Wed. Sat. Sat. Sat. Sat. Sat. Sat. Wed. Sat. Sat. Sat. Sat.

DATE Mar. Mar. Apr. Apr. Apr. Apr. Apr. May May May May June June June June July July July July July July July Aug. Aug. Aug. Aug. Aug. Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept. Oct. Oct. Oct.

19 26 2 9 16 23 30 11 14 21 28 4 11 17 25 2 6 9 16 20 23 30 3 6 13 20 27 10 17 21 24 1 15 22

OPPONENT Real Salt Lake at FC Dallas Seattle Toronto FC at New York Chivas USA at Philadelphia at Vancouver Columbus New England at Chicago Houston at D.C. United at Sporting KC Los Angeles New York at Chivas USA Philadelphia at Columbus Vancouver at Real Salt Lake D.C. United at New England Portland Colorado at Los Angeles at Toronto FC Chicago at Houston at Portland at Colorado Sporting KC at Seattle FC Dallas

RESULT L 0-1 W 2-0 T 2-2 T 1-1 L 0-3 L 1-2 L 0-1 T 1-1 W 3-0 W 2-1

ATT. 10,525 11,022 10,276 8,928 14,308 10,525 18,279 15,608 9,142 9,736

W-L-T POS. PTS GOALS: 0-1-0 T6 0 RSL: Beckerman (63) 1-1-0 T4 3 SJ: Wondolowski (5,23) 1-1-1 T4 4 SJ: Dawkins (32) Stephenson (52); SEA: Evans (17) White (42) 1-1-2 T4 5 SJ: Dawkins (38); TOR: Gordon (27) 1-2-2 6 5 NY: Rodgers (2,15) Henry (87) 1-3-2 9 5 SJ: Wondolowski (16); CHV: Moreno (45) Trujillo (85) 1-4-2 9 5 PHI: Le Toux (76) 1-4-3 9 6 SJ: Wondolowski (39); VAN: Chiumiento (90) 2-4-3 T7 9 SJ: Wondolowski (50) McDonald (59) Stephenson (62) 3-4-3 T7 12 SJ: McLoughlin (71) Convey (83); NE: Tierney (86)


CHICAGO FIRE INDIVIDUAL HIGH GAMES (2011)

TEAM HIGH GAMES (2011)

TEAM LOW GAMES (2011)

Goals 1 12 times

Goals 3 03/26/2011

vs. KC

W 3-2

Assists 1 11 times

Assists 3 03/26/2011

Shots 11 04/14/2011 11 04/23/2011 11 05/07/2011

vs. KC

W 3-2

Shots 5 Marco Pappa 5 Diego Chaves 5 Marco Pappa 5 Corben Bone

Shots 20 05/14/2011

03/26/2011 04/14/2011 04/17/2011 05/14/2011

vs. at vs. at

KC POR LA TOR

W L L T

3-2 2-4 1-2 2-2

Shots on Goal 2 12 times Fouls Committed 6 Marco Pappa Fouls Suffered 6 Patrick Nyarko

04/14/2011

03/26/2011

at

POR

vs. KC

Shots on Goal 8 05/14/2011

at

at

TOR

TOR

T 2-2

T 2-2

Fouls Committed 20 04/30/2011 at

COL

T 1-1

L 2-4

Fouls Suffered 18 05/14/2011

TOR

T 2-2

W 3-2

Corner Kicks 13 04/14/2011

vs. KC

at

at

Shots on Goal 2 04/14/2011 2 05/07/2011

at POR vs. HOU vs. VAN

at POR vs. VAN

Fouls Committed 10 04/09/2011 at

SEA

L 2-4 T 1-1 T 0-0

L 2-4 T 0-0

L 1-2

Fouls Suffered 9 04/17/2011 vs. LA 9 04/23/2011 vs. HOU 9 04/30/2011 at COL

L 1-2 T 1-1 T 1-1

Corner Kicks 2 04/30/2011

at

COL

T 1-1

W 3-2

Offside 0 04/23/2011 0 05/07/2011

vs. HOU vs. VAN

T 1-1 T 0-0

vs. VAN

T 0-0

POR

L 2-4

Offside 3 Gaston Puerari

03/26/2011

vs. KC

W 3-2

Offside 4 03/26/2011

Saves 6 Jon Conway

05/14/2011

at

TOR

T 2-2

Saves 6 05/14/2011

at

TOR

T 2-2

Saves 1 6 times

Shots Faced 8 Jon Conway

05/14/2011

at

TOR

T 2-2

Shots Faced 8 05/14/2011

at

TOR

T 2-2

Shots Faced 1 05/07/2011

Shots Faced 5 Sean Johnson 5 Jon Conway

04/14/2011 04/30/2011

at at

POR COL

L 2-4 T 1-1

Goals Allowed 4 04/14/2011

at

POR

L 2-4

Goals Allowed 4 Sean Johnson

04/14/2011

at

POR

L 2-4

SAN JOSE EARTHQUAKES INDIVIDUAL HIGH GAMES (2011)

TEAM HIGH GAMES (2011)

TEAM LOW GAMES (2011)

Goals 2 Chris Wondolowski

Goals 3 05/14/2011

vs. CLB

W 3-0

Assists 1 11 times

Assists 5 05/14/2011

Shots 6 03/26/2011 6 04/16/2011 6 04/30/2011

at at at

DAL NY PHI

W 2-0 L 0-3 L 0-1

vs. CLB

W 3-0

Shots 6 Chris Wondolowski

Shots 20 05/11/2011

Shots on Goal 1 04/30/2011

at

PHI

L 0-1

Fouls Committed 4 04/02/2011 vs. SEA

T 2-2

Fouls Suffered 7 03/26/2011 at

DAL

W 2-0

Corner Kicks 0 04/16/2011

at

NY

L 0-3

Offside 1 05/14/2011

vs. CLB

W 3-0

03/26/2011

05/14/2011

at

DAL

vs. CLB

W 2-0

W 3-0

Shots on Goal 2 9 times Fouls Committed 4 Chris Leitch 4 Steven Lenhart 4 Ike Opara 4 Khari Stephenson Fouls Suffered 5 Steven Lenhart Offside 3 Chris Wondolowski 3 Ike Opara

Shots on Goal 8 03/19/2011

04/23/2011 04/30/2011 05/21/2011 05/21/2011

05/21/2011

03/26/2011 04/09/2011

vs. at vs. vs.

CHV PHI NE NE

vs. NE

at DAL vs. TOR

L L W W

1-2 0-1 2-1 2-1

W 2-1

W 2-0 T 1-1

at

VAN

vs. RSL

Fouls Committed 17 05/21/2011 vs. NE Fouls Suffered 17 04/09/2011

vs. TOR

T 1-1

L 0-1

W 2-1

T 1-1

Corner Kicks 6 03/19/2011 6 04/02/2011 6 05/11/2011

vs. RSL vs. SEA at VAN

L 0-1 T 2-2 T 1-1

Saves 1 03/19/2011

vs. RSL

L 0-1

Offside 6 04/30/2011

at

PHI

L 0-1

Shots Faced 2 03/19/2011

vs. RSL

L 0-1

Saves 6 Jon Busch 6 Jon Busch

04/16/2011 05/14/2011

at NY vs. CLB

L 0-3 W 3-0

Saves 6 04/16/2011 6 05/14/2011

at NY vs. CLB

L 0-3 W 3-0

Shots Faced 9 Jon Busch

04/16/2011

at

L 0-3

Shots Faced 9 04/16/2011

at

NY

L 0-3

Goals Allowed 3 04/16/2011

at

NY

L 0-3

Goals Allowed 3 Jon Busch

04/16/2011

at

NY

NY

L 0-3


2010 CHICAGO FIRE VS. SAN JOSE EARTHQUAKES (1-1-0) UNF 8 14 28 16 15 20 18 2 3 22 40 9 25 23 6 21 12 77 32 11 13 5 4

POS PLAYER M/F*Freddie Ljungberg F/M Patrick Nyarko DEF Steven Kinney MID Marco Pappa FWD Collins John FWD Brian McBride MID Mike Banner DEF C.J. Brown FWD Calen Carr DEF Wilman Conde GK Andrew Dykstra M/F Baggio Husidic GK Sean Johnson DEF Krzysztof Krol MID Peter Lowry MID*Justin Mapp MID Logan Pause MID Bratislav Ristic DEF Dasan Robinson MID John Thorrington DEF Deris Umanzor DEF*Tim Ward DEF Kwame Watson-Siriboe ----------Team totals Opponent totals

GP 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

GS 1 1 1 2 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

MIN 90 119 90 151 90 91 5 90 89 98 90 45 90 117 90 45 90 90 90 82 63 85 90

G 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

A 2 2 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

SHT 1 1 2 9 4 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1

SOG 1 1 2 2 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0

FC 2 1 1 1 2 1 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 1

FS 2 3 0 2 0 3 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

OFF 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

CK 8 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

C 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

E 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

CP 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

2 2

2 2

180 180

4 2

6 1

23 26

11 10

17 19

19 17

6 1

13 14

1 2

0 0

0 0

GAME-WINNING GOALS: Steven Kinney 1 GAME-WINNING ASSISTS: Freddie Ljungberg 1 PENALTY KICK GOALS/ATTEMPTS: None

UNF POS GOALKEEPER 25 GK Sean Johnson 40 GK Andrew Dykstra ----------Team totals Opponent totals

GP 1 1

GS 1 1

MIN 90 90

SHTS 6 4

SV 6 2

GA 0 2

GAA 0.00 2.00

PG 0 0

PA 0 0

W 1 0

L 0 1

T 0 0

2 2

2 2

180 180

10 11

8 6

2 4

1.00 2.00

0 0

0 0

1 1

1 1

0 0

SO O'TIME 1 0-0-0 0 0-0-0 1 0

0-0-0 0-0-0

2010 SAN JOSE EARTHQUAKES VS. CHICAGO FIRE (1-1-0) UNF 10 6 11 33 18 1 12 4 23 77 17 13 21 19 3 14 28 7 7 20 8

POS PLAYER MID Arturo Alvarez DEF Ike Opara MID Bobby Convey DEF Steven Beitashour GK Jon Busch GK Joe Cannon DEF Ramiro Corrales MID*Sam Cronin FWD Eduardo FWD Geovanni MID Joey Gjertsen FWD Cornell Glen DEF Jason Hernandez FWD Ryan Johnson DEF Chris Leitch MID Brandon McDonald MID Andre Luiz MID Ramon Sanchez MID Khari Stephenson DEF*Tim Ward F/M Chris Wondolowski ----------Team totals Opponent totals

GP 2 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 1 2 1 1 1 1 1

GS 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 2 2 1 2 1 0 1 1 1

MIN 122 90 180 90 90 90 90 90 26 90 90 20 180 160 90 180 79 11 58 64 90

G 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

A 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

SHT 5 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 6 1 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 2 1 4

SOG 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 2

FC 2 2 1 3 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 4 1 0 1 0 0 0 0

FS 1 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 2 1 1 2 1 0 0 0 3

OFF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

CK 0 0 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

C 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

E 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

CP 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

2 2

2 2

180 180

2 4

1 6

26 23

10 11

19 17

17 19

1 6

14 13

2 1

0 0

0 0

GP 1 1

GS 1 1

MIN 90 90

SHTS 4 7

SV 2 4

GA 1 3

GAA 1.00 3.00

PG 0 0

PA 0 0

W 1 0

L 0 1

T 0 0

2 2

2 2

180 180

11 10

6 8

4 2

2.00 1.00

0 0

0 0

1 1

1 1

0 0

GAME-WINNING GOALS: Ike Opara 1 GAME-WINNING ASSISTS: Bobby Convey 1 PENALTY KICK GOALS/ATTEMPTS: None

UNF POS GOALKEEPER 1 GK Joe Cannon 18 GK Jon Busch ----------Team totals Opponent totals

SO O'TIME 0 0-0-0 0 0-0-0 0 1

0-0-0 0-0-0


CHICAGO FIRE VS. SAN JOSE EARTHQUAKES ALL-TIME REGULAR-SEASON RESULTS Fire 12 wins, 41 goals Earthquakes 7 wins, 28 goals Ties 9 04/11/1998 06/11/1998 07/29/1998 08/15/1998

SJ 1 vs CHI CHI 5 vs SJ SJ 3 vs CHI CHI 2 vs SJ

0 2 0 1

(PA) (SF) (SJ) (SF)

03/20/1999 06/19/1999 07/23/1999 09/26/1999

CHI 3 at SJ CHI 2 vs SJ SJ 2 at CHI SJ 2 vs CHI

1 0 2 0

(SJ) (SF) SJ SOW (SF) (SJ)

05/13/2000 06/24/2000

CHI 4 vs SJ 1 SJ 1 vs CHI 1 (OT)

(SF) (SJ)

05/26/2001 08/18/2001

CHI 1 vs SJ 1 (OT) CHI 1 at SJ 0

(SF) (SJ)

05/26/2002 07/24/2002

CHI 1 vs SJ 1 (OT) SJ 1 vs CHI 0

(NC) (SJ)

05/10/2003 05/31/2003 07/05/2003

CHI 0 vs SJ 0 (OT) CHI 4 at SJ 1 SJ 0 vs CHI 0 (OT)

(NC) (SJ) (SJ)

04/10/2004 06/19/2004 08/11/2004

SJ 0 vs CHI 0 CHI 1 vs SJ 1 CHI 2 vs SJ 1

(SJ) (SF) (SF)

04/16/2005 09/21/2005

CHI 2 vs SJ 1 SJ 2 vs CHI 0

(SF) (SJ)

04/12/2008 06/28/2008

CHI 1 at SJ 0 CHI 0 vs SJ 0

(O) (TP)

04/11/2009 07/18/2009

SJ 3 vs CHI 3 CHI 2 vs SJ 0

(BS) (TP)

04/10/2010 09/29/2010

SJ 2 at CHI 1 CHI 3 at SJ 0

(TP) (BS)

HEAD-TO-HEAD: Category Goals Shots Shots on Goal Fouls Offsides Corner Kicks

Fire 1 2 OT 18 23 0 155 185 7 70 85 2 179 194 9 41 36 2 79 78 2

Tot. 41 347 157 382 79 159

Earthquakes 1 2 OT Tot. 8 20 0 28 160 161 10 331 71 78 0 149 211 227 9 447 30 38 1 69 72 72 2 146

GOALS SCORED IN 15-MINUTE INTERVALS:

MLS CUP PLAYOFFS 11/23/2003

SJ 4 at CHI 2

(HD, F)

U.S. OPEN CUP 07/22/1998

CHI 1 vs SJ 1

CHI SOW (OT) (CB, QF)

CHI SJ

1-15 16-30 31-45 46-60 61-75 76-90 8 3 7 9 4 10 3 0 5 4 6 10

OT 0 0

Total 41 28

CAREER COACHING RECORDS: Carlos de los Cobos vs. SJ Frank Yallop vs. CHI

1-1-0 (1.50 pts./game) 3-7-6 (0.94 pts./game)

ALL-TIME SERIES LEADERS:

Goals Assists Shots Shots on Goal Fouls Committed Fouls Suffered

6 6 62 31 26 38

Fire Ante Razov Roman Kosecki Ante Razov Ante Razov Chris Armas Chris Armas

Wins Losses Shutouts Saves Goals Allowed

5 4 3 61 14

Zach Thornton Zach Thornton Busch/Thornton Zach Thornton Zach Thornton

4 3 21 12 23 29 4 4 4 49 17

Earthquakes Ronald Cerritos 3 players tied Ronald Cerritos Ronald Cerritos Richard Mulrooney Richard Mulrooney Joe Cannon Cannon/Kramer Pat Onstad Joe Cannon Joe Cannon

ALL-TIME SERIES GAME HIGHS: Fire 3 players tied Jerzy Podbrozny (6/11/98) 3 players tied Razov/Pappa Diego Gutierrez (7/29/98) Armas/Beasley

Goals Assists Shots Shots on Goal Fouls Committed Fouls Suffered

2 3 7 4 7 8

Saves Goals Allowed

9 Zach Thornton (8/18/01) 3 Campos/Busch

2 2 6 4 7 7

Earthquakes Dwayne De Rosario (9/21/05) Eddie Lewis (7/29/98) Geovanni (9/29/10) Lagos/De Rosario Manny Lagos (5/26/01) Kei Kamara (6/28/08)

8 3 players tied 4 3 players tied

2011 W-L-T BREAKDOWNS:

At Halftime: Leading Tied Trailing First Goal: Scored Allowed Goals Scored: 0 goals 1 goals 2 goals 3 goals 4 or more Goals Allowed: 0 goals 1 goals 2 goals 3 goals 4 goals

W-L-T

CHICAGO FIRE Streak (started)

SAN JOSE EARTHQUAKES W-L-T Streak (started)

1-0-2 0-1-2 0-3-1

2 Ts (4/23/2011) 1 Ls (5/21/2011) 1 Ts (5/14/2011)

1-0-1 2-3-1 0-1-1

1 Ts (5/11/2011) 2 Ws (5/14/2011) 1 Ls (4/16/2011)

1-0-3 0-4-1

2 Ts (4/23/2011) 1 Ls (5/21/2011)

3-1-1 0-3-2

2 Ws (5/14/2011) 2 Ls (4/16/2011)

0-0-1 0-3-3 0-1-1 1-0-0 0-0-0

2 1 1 2 23

Ts Ls Ts Ws Ws

(10/16/2010 (5/21/2011) (5/14/2011) (9/29/2010) (5/23/1998)

0-3-0 0-1-2 2-0-1 1-0-0 0-0-0

4 1 1 3 4

Ls Ts Ws Ws Ws

(10/16/2010 (5/11/2011) (5/21/2011) (9/25/2010) (5/22/2004)

0-0-1 0-0-3 1-3-1 0-0-0 0-1-0

2 3 1 3 12

Ts Ts Ls Ls Ls

(10/16/2010 (3/19/2011) (5/21/2011) (5/31/2009) (6/21/2003)

2-0-0 1-2-2 0-1-1 0-1-0 0-0-0

4 1 1 8 2

Ws Ws Ls Ls Ls

(10/9/2010) (5/21/2011) (4/23/2011) (5/23/2009) (5/8/2009)


CHICAGO FIRE CAREER STATISTICS VS. SAN JOSE EARTHQUAKES (12-7-9) PLAYER Ante Razov Josh Wolff Jerzy Podbrozny Lubos Kubik Patrick Nyarko Peter Nowak Marco Pappa DaMarcus Beasley Dema Kovalenko Damani Ralph Roman Kosecki Cuauhtemoc Blanco Nate Jaqua Freddie Ljungberg Chad Barrett Brian McBride Kelly Gray Steven Kinney Ritchie Kotschau Andrew Lewis Jesse Marsch Chris Rolfe Thiago Andy Williams Diego Gutierrez Chris Armas Carlos Bocanegra Justin Mapp Logan Pause Wilman Conde Jim Curtin Collins John Jorge Salcedo Bakary Soumare Hristo Stoitchkov Evan Whitfield John Ball Mike Banner C.J. Brown Scott Buete Jon Busch Samuel Caballero Jorge Campos Calen Carr Denny Clanton Sergi Daniv Paul Dougherty Andrew Dykstra Justin Evans Rodrigo Faria Tomasz Frankowski Ryan Futagaki Sam George Leonard Griffin Ivan Guerrero Andy Herron Baggio Husidic Zak Ibsen Sean Johnson Josh Keller Stephen King Frank Klopas Krzysztof Krol Manny Lagos Peter Lowry Amos Magee Francis Okaroh Orlando Perez Matt Pickens Brandon Prideaux Michael Richardson Henry Ring Bratislav Ristic Dasan Robinson Gonzalo Segares Dipsy Selolwane Billy Sleeth Tom Soehn Dan Stebbins Greg Sutton Zach Thornton John Thorrington Ryan Tinsley

GP 17 8 7 8 4 8 4 8 7 4 6 4 7 1 4 3 8 1 2 5 17 3 2 4 11 18 7 12 10 5 11 1 2 4 3 10 2 3 19 1 4 2 2 3 2 2 1 1 1 1 2 1 2 1 2 2 1 2 1 1 1 5 2 3 2 1 6 5 1 2 1 3 1 4 4 1 1 4 1 2 15 5 1

GS 15 5 7 8 3 8 3 6 7 4 6 2 5 1 1 2 7 1 2 3 14 1 2 4 10 18 7 10 8 3 10 1 1 4 2 7 1 1 19 0 4 2 2 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 2 0 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 0 1 3 1 0 2 0 6 4 1 2 0 3 1 4 4 0 1 3 0 1 15 3 1

MIN 1319 493 578 711 299 722 271 603 657 366 484 255 485 90 146 181 630 90 180 299 1325 136 179 370 857 1615 648 903 670 273 926 90 108 360 194 674 95 74 1720 31 360 180 180 124 113 72 90 90 29 15 138 5 109 74 180 106 45 58 90 2 90 267 117 27 150 12 540 346 90 135 6 270 90 351 360 1 100 279 45 157 1333 298 23

G 6 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

A 5 2 5 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 6 2 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

SHT 62 15 11 15 4 11 13 10 14 17 9 7 10 1 2 3 5 2 2 2 9 7 5 6 4 11 2 8 1 0 3 4 1 1 8 3 2 1 6 0 0 1 0 3 0 0 1 0 0 2 3 0 0 1 3 7 0 3 0 0 0 5 0 3 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0

Deris Umanzor David Vaudreuil Billy Walsh Tim Ward Kwame Watson-Siriboe John Wolyniec Daniel Woolard Eric Wynalda Jeff Zaun Team totals Opponent totals

1 1 1 3 1 1 2 1 1 28 28

1 1 1 3 1 0 1 1 1 28 28

GOALKEEPER Sean Johnson Henry Ring Jon Busch Zach Thornton Matt Pickens Greg Sutton Jorge Campos Andrew Dykstra ----------Team totals Opponent totals

GP 1 3 4 15 1 2 2 1

MIN 90 270 360 1333 90 157 180 90

28 28

2570 2570

63 100 83 265 90 16 101 71 90 2570 2570

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 41 28

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 50 33

0 0 0 5 1 1 1 1 0 347 331

SHTS 6 12 20 80 2 11 14 4

SV 6 10 17 61 1 9 10 2

GAA 0.00 0.67 0.75 0.95 1.00 1.15 2.00 2.00

PG 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 0

149 157

116 111

0.98 1.44

4 0

CURRENT CHICAGO FIRE PLAYERS CAREER STATISTICS VS. SAN JOSE EARTHQUAKES (12-7-9) PLAYER Patrick Nyarko Marco Pappa Steven Kinney Logan Pause Mike Banner Jon Conway Yamith Cuesta Cory Gibbs Baggio Husidic Sean Johnson Dominic Oduro Daniel Paladini Bratislav Ristic Dasan Robinson Gonzalo Segares Kwame Watson-Siriboe Team totals Opponent totals

GP 4 4 1 10 3 2 3 5 1 1 3 1 1 4 4 1 28 28

GS 3 3 1 8 1 2 2 5 1 1 2 0 1 4 4 1 28 28

GOALKEEPER Sean Johnson Jon Conway ----------Team totals Opponent totals

GP 1 2

MIN 90 180

28 28

2570 2570

MIN 299 271 90 670 74 180 153 450 45 90 193 4 90 351 360 90 2570 2570

G 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 41 28

A 2 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 50 33

SHT 4 13 2 1 1 0 2 3 0 0 9 0 0 0 4 1 347 331

SHTS 6 8

SV 6 7

GAA 0.00 0.50

PG 0 0

149 157

116 111

0.98 1.44

4 0


SAN JOSE EARTHQUAKES CAREER STATISTICS VS. CHICAGO FIRE (7-12-9) PLAYER Ronald Cerritos Jeff Baicher Arturo Alvarez Dwayne De Rosario Ronnie Ekelund Brian Ching Richard Mulrooney Braeden Cloutier Bobby Convey Francisco Uribe Dario Brose Ariel Graziani Zak Ibsen Ryan Johnson Harut Karapetyan Alejandro Moreno Ike Opara Chris Roner Ian Russell Ryan Tinsley Eric Wynalda Landon Donovan Eddie Lewis Scott Bower John Doyle Shawn Medved Jeff Agoos Troy Dayak Todd Dunivant Richard Gough Kelly Gray Darren Huckerby Chris Leitch Martin Vasquez Mauricio Wright Junior Agogo Quincy Amarikwa Khodadad Azizi Devin Barclay Wade Barrett Steven Beitashour Mike Burns Jon Busch Dan Calichman Pablo Campos Joe Cannon Chris Carrieri Mark Chung Jamie Clark Ricardo Clark Ryan Cochrane Jimmy Conrad Abdul Thompson Conteh Jon Conway Ramiro Corrales Sam Cronin John Cunliffe Brad Davis Eric Denton Raul Diaz Arce Oscar Draguicevich Gabe Eastman Eduardo Simon Elliott Justin Evans Carlos Farias Vicente Figueroa Nick Garcia Geovanni Joey Gjertsen Cornell Glen Gavin Glinton Ned Grabavoy Ivan Guerrero Wes Hart Jason Hernandez Kei Kamara Andy Kirk Wojtek Krakowiak David Kramer Manny Lagos Lawrence Lozzano Tim Martin

GP 13 5 9 8 6 7 14 7 4 1 5 2 3 6 3 2 1 4 7 3 2 7 7 6 7 4 9 7 4 2 2 2 3 3 4 1 1 1 1 15 1 1 1 1 1 13 1 1 3 2 5 6 2 1 12 1 2 1 2 2 3 1 1 2 1 1 3 3 1 1 3 1 2 2 2 5 2 1 1 6 7 1 2

GS 12 5 4 6 6 6 12 4 3 0 3 2 2 5 2 1 1 2 6 2 2 6 7 1 7 4 8 5 4 2 2 2 3 2 4 0 0 1 1 14 1 1 1 1 1 13 0 1 3 2 5 6 2 1 12 1 0 1 1 1 2 0 0 2 1 1 1 3 1 1 0 1 2 2 2 5 2 0 1 6 6 1 2

MIN 1065 381 478 518 541 565 1131 365 285 34 348 180 194 421 210 103 90 216 548 158 180 595 630 198 630 358 755 537 380 180 180 153 270 168 360 23 6 54 73 1250 90 100 90 100 45 1200 27 90 242 160 405 534 190 90 1038 90 33 90 135 96 175 45 26 180 90 58 104 270 90 90 36 90 141 149 180 437 180 35 100 505 544 90 180

G 4 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

A 3 2 0 0 0 2 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 3 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

SHT 21 6 9 15 9 16 7 4 2 3 11 6 1 11 4 1 1 2 10 1 7 13 9 2 4 2 9 2 5 2 2 3 0 3 4 0 1 0 0 6 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 15 0 0 1 0 4 1 0 1 1 0 0 2 0 6 1 0 3 2 0 0 1 7 0 3 0 11 1 0

Joey Martinez Brandon McDonald Victor Mella Andre Luiz Brian Mullan Ronnie O'Brien Danny O'Rourke Pat Onstad Antonio Ribeiro James Riley Eddie Robinson Esmundo Rodriguez Shea Salinas Ramon Sanchez Alejandro Sequeira Mauricio Solis Khari Stephenson Craig Waibel Jamil Walker Tim Ward Cam Weaver Tim Weaver Chris Wondolowski Michael Zaher Team totals Opponent totals

2 3 3 1 8 2 1 7 1 1 7 1 3 1 2 4 1 6 2 1 1 1 2 1 28 28

2 3 3 1 8 2 1 7 1 1 7 0 0 0 2 3 1 6 0 1 0 1 2 1 28 28

GOALKEEPER Pat Onstad Joe Cannon David Kramer Andy Kirk Jon Busch Jon Conway ----------Team totals Opponent totals

GP 7 13 6 1 1 1

MIN 650 1200 505 35 90 90

28 28

2570 2570

180 270 250 79 740 180 90 650 75 90 597 12 57 11 117 305 58 521 84 64 4 90 174 90 2570 2570

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 28 41

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 33 50

0 0 4 0 7 6 0 0 3 2 2 0 2 0 1 5 2 6 3 1 0 0 6 0 331 347

SHTS 26 70 44 2 7 8

SV 22 49 31 1 4 4

GAA 0.69 1.28 1.96 2.57 3.00 4.00

PG 0 0 0 0 0 0

157 149

111 116

1.44 0.98

0 4

CURRENT SAN JOSE EARTHQUAKES PLAYERS CAREER STATISTICS VS. CHICAGO FIRE (7-12-9) PLAYER Scott Sealy Chris Wondolowski Bobby Convey Ryan Johnson Steven Lenhart Ike Opara Chris Leitch Steven Beitashour Bobby Burling Jon Busch Ramiro Corrales Sam Cronin Joey Gjertsen Jason Hernandez Brandon McDonald Andre Luiz Khari Stephenson Tim Ward Team totals Opponent totals

GP 10 6 13 6 7 1 20 1 2 13 16 3 1 9 4 1 2 3 28 28

GS 7 4 12 5 0 1 18 1 1 13 15 3 1 8 3 1 1 2 28 28

GOALKEEPER Jon Busch ----------Team totals Opponent totals

GP 13

MIN 1190

28 28

2570 2570

MIN 605 327 1125 421 96 90 1590 90 135 1190 1339 270 90 713 280 79 59 199 2570 2570

G 5 2 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 28 41

A 2 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 33 50

SHT 11 10 14 11 3 1 2 0 0 0 16 0 1 1 0 0 2 2 331 347

SHTS 73

SV 53

GAA 1.44

PG 3

157 149

111 116

1.44 0.98

0 4


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San Jose Earthquakes (3-4-3; 12pts.) vs. Chicago Fire (1-4-5; 8pts.) Fire Game #11 – Home Game #5 – MLS Game #104 Saturday, May 28, 2011 – TOYOTA Park – Bridgeview, IL – 7:30 PM CT TV: CSN Chicago FIRE FLASHES ___________________________________________ 2011 Record/Home/Away………..………………….....1-4-5/1-1-2/0-2-3 2010 Record/Home/Away………..……………………9-12-9/4-4-7/5-8-2 vs. Eastern Conference/2010 .................................................. 1-1-2/5-4-3 vs. Western Conference/2010......………………………………0-3-3/4-8-6 Current Streak.......................................................................................1L All-Time Record ......................................................................177-141-87 All-Time Home Record...............................................................106-50-45 All-Time Away Record.................................................................71-91-41 Last Regular Season Win…………………………… …3-2, vs. KC,3/26/11 Last Regular Season Loss.………………………..........2-1, @ PHI,5/21/11 Last Shutout by Fire …………………………………….0-0, vs. VAN, 5/7/11 Last Shutout by Opponent………………………………0-0, vs. VAN, 5/7/11 March Record 2011/2010.........................................................1-0-1/0-1-0 April Record 2011/2010 ......................................................... .0-3-2/2-1-1 May Record 2011/2010............................................................0-1-2/0-1-3 June Record 2011/2010.......................................................... 0-0-0/2-0-1 July Record 2011/2010 ........................................................... 0-0-0/0-2-0 August Record 2011/2010 ......................................................0-0-0/ 2-2-1 September Record 2011/2010 ............................................... .0-0-0/0-0-3 October Record 2011/2010..................................................... 0-0-0/1-3-2 Pre All-Star 2011/2010.............................................................1-4-5/4-5-5 Post All-Star 2011/2010 ..........................................................0-0-0/5-7-4 Record After 10 Games 2011/2010 .........................................1-4-5/3-3-4 Ahead/Behind/Tied at Halftime ...................................... 1-0-2/0-3-1/0-1-2 Ahead/Behind/Tied at 75’............................................... 1-0-1/0-4-0/0-0-4 Outshoot Opp./Opp. More Shots/Shots Tied ................. 1-1-3/0-3-1/0-0-1 Day/Night .................................................................................1-2-1/0-2-4 Grass/Turf ............................................................................... 1-2-5/0-2-0 Wearing All-Red Primary Kit .............................................................1-4-1 Wearing All-White Secondary Kit ......................................................0-0-4 Wearing Red/White/Red Kit…...…………………………………….....0-0-0

A LOOK AT THE FIRE The Chicago Fire (1-4-5, 8 pts.) enter their 14th season of MLS play after posting a 9-12-9 record in 2010. Disappointed with missing out on the playoffs for just the second time in club history, the Fire have made many changes to the roster for 2011, bringing in the likes of veteran U.S. defender Cory Gibbs, Croatians Josip Mikulic (defender) and Marko Maric (midfielder) as well as the Uruguayan strike tandem of Diego Chaves and Gaston Puerari. In all, the club is returning 13 players to the roster, meaning half the players opening the season are new to the club in 2011. 2010 MLS All-Star selection and Goal of the Year winner midfielder th Marco Pappa returns for his 4 MLS season and looks to build upon his team leading seven goals in 2010. Joining Pappa in the midfielder are 2010 Fire MVP and newly named captain Logan Pause and last season’s assist leader Patrick Nyarko, while 2011 MLS Combine MVP Jalil Anibaba will patrol the backline with offseason acquisitions Gibbs and Mikulic. TODAY’S TELECAST Today’s game is being broadcast regionally on Comcast SportsNet Chicago with Dan Kelly (play-by-play) and John Sharader (analyst) on the call. Evan Whitfield will work the sideline for the match.

CHICAGO – SAN JOSE SERIES th Tonight’s meeting between the Fire and Earthquakes is the 29 regular season encounter between the two sides. The two sides met for the first time on April 11, 1998, with the then San Jose Clash running out 1-0 winners, but the Fire lead the all-time regular season series with the Northern California side with a 12-7-9 record, outscoring the ‘Quakes 4128 in that time.

PLAYER TRANSACTIONS OUT: F Calen Carr – Traded to Houston (03/23/2011) D Deris Umanzor – Waived (02/09/2011) GK Andrew Dysktra – Waived (01/31/2011) F Nery Castillo – Loaned to Aris FC (01/19/2011) M Freddie Ljungberg – Free Agent (01/01/2011) D Wilman Conde – Free Agent (01/01/2011) M Peter Lowry – Expansion Draft (11/24/10) M John Thorrington – Expansion Draft (11/24/10) D Krzysztof Krol – Waived (11/24/10) F Collins John – Waived (11/24/10) D CJ Brown – Retired (10/24/10) IN: F Cristian Nazarit – Signed (05/04/11) D Pari Pantazopoulos – Signed (04/04/2011) F Dominic Oduro – Traded from Houston (03/23/2011) D Yamith Cuesta – Traded from Chivas USA (03/23/2011) M Michael Videira – Signed (03/10/2011) F Orr Barouch – Loaned from Tigres (03/10/2011) M Marko Maric – Signed (03/02/2011) GK Alec Dufty – Signed (03/02/2011) F Diego Chaves – Signed (02/18/2011 F Gaston Puerari – Signed (02/03/2011) GK Jon Conway – Traded from Toronto FC (01/13/2011) M Davis Paul – Drafted (51st Overall) (01/13/2011) D Jalil Anibaba – Drafted (9th Overall) (01/13/2011) M Daniel Paladini – Signed (01/11/2011) D Josip Mikulic – Signed (01/11/2011) D Cory Gibbs – Re-Entry Draft (12/15/2010)

QUICK KICKS vs. SAN JOSE (3-4-3; 12GF, 12GA; 12 pts.)  FIRE vs. SAN JOSE (7-2-5; 25GF, 13GA)  FIRE @ SAN JOSE (5-5-4; 16GF, 15GA)  The Fire downed San Jose in U.S. Open Cup qualifying Tuesday at Buck Shaw Stadium, playing to a 2-2 draw before winning 5-4 on penalties.  The Earthquakes feature two former Fire players in goalkeeper Jon Busch and defender Tim Ward, while the Fire feature former ‘Quakes goalkeeper Jon Conway, who won two MLS Cups with San Jose in 2001 and 2003.  The Fire ride an eight-match regular season winless streak into Saturday’s encounter, while San Jose are unbeaten in their last three matches (2-0-1).  The Fire are undefeated against San Jose during the month of May, holding a 2-0-4 all-time regular season record, outscoring the ‘Quakes 10-4.  The game is a rematch of the 2003 MLS Cup Final which San Jose won 4-2 on November 23, 2003.

CHICAGO FIRE/ATHLETICO “RECOVERY ROOM” : May 10, 2011 OUT Banner – L Achilles Tendinitis Kinney – R Achilles Repair Nyarko – Concussion DOUBTFUL Maric – L Deltoid Sprain/Talar Dome Contusion QUESTIONABLE Mikulic – L Biceps Subluxation Videira – Concussion Symptoms PROBABLE Chaves – R Foot Contusion

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FIRE ADVANCE TO US OPEN CUP WITH SHOOTOUT WIN AT SAN JOSE Second-half goals from Orr Barouch and Yamith Cuesta spurred the Chicago Fire as the Men in Red overcame a two-goal deficit to draw the match in regulation and eventually edge the San Jose Earthquakes 5-4 on penalty kicks in a U.S. Open Cup qualifying match at Buck Shaw Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif. on Tuesday night. Daniel Paladini’s penalty kick proved the difference and with the victory the Fire advance to the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open th Cup for the 14 time in club history. th

San Jose got the scoring started in the 14 minute when Ellis McLoughlin picked up a loose ball in front of the 18-yard box. The Quakes forward strode in on goal before blasting a shot that was deflected by Cuesta’s boot and past Sean Johnson and into the back of the net for the early 1-0 lead. With the first half coming to a close the Quakes tallied a goal against the run of play. McLoughlin collected possession at the right side of the penalty area. The 20-year old Seattle product hit a low, well-struck ball that forced Johnson to dive to his right. As the Fire ‘keeper attempted to collect the shot the ball popped out and Justin Morrow opportunely tumbled the ball over the line for a two goal cushion heading into halftime. The Fire made two changes to start the second interval, as Carlos de los Cobos brought on Orr Barouch and Dominic Oduro to jump-start the Fire st offense. The change paid dividends in the 61 minute when Paladini combined with Segares to find Barouch at the top of the box. The 19-year-old striker turned and sent a rolling effort past Quakes ‘keeper Andrew Weber and inside the far post to pull one back for the Fire. th

In the 76 minute, the Fire pulled level when Cuesta nodded a corner kick down towards the feet of Weber. The San Jose ‘keeper was unable to corral the ball and it rolled over the line to knot the game at 2-2. Neither club was able to break the deadlock and regulation came to a close with the two sides headed towards overtime. Eight minutes into the first extra session Khari Stephenson hauled down Paladini in the middle of the park to earn a yellow card. In the aftermath of the booking, Gonzalo Segares was shown straight red, reducing the Fire to 10 men for the remainder of the overtime. Despite opportunities for both sides in the extra sessions, neither team was able to breakthrough, and the game was decided on penalties. The Fire prevailed 5-4 after six rounds with Paladini’s kick elevating the Fire after 120 minutes. FIRE DROP 2-1 RESULT AT PHILADELPHIA th Dominic Oduro slammed home the equalizing goal in the 64 minute, but the Fire’s comeback attempt fell short, losing 2-1 to Philadelphia Union at PPL Park in Chester, Pa. Saturday night. The loss snaps the Men in Red’s four game unbeaten streak. With the defeat, the Fire drop to 1-4-5, 8 points through the first 10 matches in the 2011 MLS campaign. The first interval saw both teams hold possession and push for first blood in lengthy stretches. Carlos de los Cobos’ side had the better of the first 25 minutes before the Union applied pressure to close out the first 45 minutes and finish the half in a scoreless tie. rd

Philadelphia broke through in the 63 minute when Michael Farfan tallied his first MLS goal. On a set piece outside of the Fire area, Union midfielder Kyle Nakazawa fed Farfan at the top of the box. The UNC product struck a low, driven effort that deflected off of a Fire defender to beat Conway and give the Union a one goal advantage. After the initial shock of the opening goal, the Fire once again exhibited their ability to strike back. Four minutes after Farfan’s goal, Gonzalo Segares sent a lofted cross across the Union penalty area to an open Oduro. The Ghanaian striker collected the ball, beat Farfan with a crafty move before whizzing the ball past Union goalkeeper Faryd Mondragon to level the game at 1-1. st

With momentum swinging towards the visitors, the Men in Red searched for the go-ahead goal. That goal nearly came to fruition in the 71 minute when second-half sub Gaston Puerari was played in behind the Union defense by Orr Barouch. The sly Uruguayan was alone with Mondragon and fired a shot destined for goal only to have Union defender Sheanon Williams clear the ball off the line. The Union took the lead for a good on a golazo from Carlos Ruiz. The Guatemalan collected a Fire clearance before playing the ball to himself. The th veteran playmaker, in full volley, placed the ball off of the bottom of the crossbar and over the goal line. The goal was Ruiz’ 85 MLS tally and proved the difference in the Fire’s fourth loss in league play. SAME OPPONENT, CLOSE PROXIMITY TO OPEN CUP This week marks the sixth time the Fire will play the same opponent in less than a week’s time across MLS and U.S. Open Cup play. The club is 9-1-1 all-time when this scenario has occurred, with the last occurrence coming in 2006. See below the previous list of matches… Date 8/19/00 8/23/00 8/22/01 8/25/01 8/14/06 8/16/06 8/20/06 8/23/06 9/23/06 9/27/06 5/24/11 5/28/11

Opponent vs. LA Galaxy @ LA Galaxy @ LA Galaxy vs. LA Galaxy vs. Kansas City vs. Kansas City @ New England vs. New England vs. LA Galaxy vs. LA Galaxy @ San Jose vs. San Jose

Result 2-1 W 2-1 W 0-1 L 3-1 W 2-0 W 3-0 W 1-0 W 2-1 W 2-1 W 3-1 W 2-2 D (5-4 PK) ?

Competition MLS USOC USOC MLS USOC MLS MLS USOC MLS USOC USOC MLS

Fire Goal Scorers Stoitchkov 52, Whitfield 75 Razov 85’, Wolff 112’ Razov 5’, D. Beasley 64’, 90’ Carr 18’ Herron 65’ Jaqua 25, Barrett 61’, Mapp 67’ Herron 24’ Herron 12’, 58’ Rolfe 1’, Herron 84’ Jaqua 10’, Herron 16’ Thiago 88’ Barouch 61’ Cuesta 76’ ?

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ONE GOAL FROM 100 AT TOYOTA PARK The Chicago Fire currently sit at 99 all-time regular season goals at Toyota Park since opening the soccer-specific stadium on June 11, 2006. Number th 99 Diego Chaves aptly scored the 99 goal at Toyota Park in the side’s 1-1 draw with Houston on April 23 and the team will look to bag number 100 tonight vs. Vancouver. See below the previous milestone goals at Toyota Park. # 1 10 25 50 75 99

Player Nate Jaqua (39’) Andy Herron (60’) Chris Rolfe (4’) John Thorrington (92+’) Peter Lowry (6’) Diego Chaves (18’)

Date/Result_______ 6/11/06 vs. NE (3-3 D) 7/15/06 vs. DAL (3-2 L) 10/7/06 vs. CLB (4-1 L) 7/12/08 vs. TOR (2-1 W) 9/20/09 vs. CLB (2-2 D) 4/23/11 vs. HOU (1-1 D)

LOGAN PAUSE CHASING FIRE HISTORY th Nine-year Chicago Fire veteran Logan Pause tied Jesse Marsch for fourth on the club’s all-time regular season appearance list with his 200 match coming on March 26 vs. Sporting KC. The Fire captain then took sole possession of the fourth spot with his appearance in the club’s 2-1 loss to Seattle on April 9. Having averaged a minimum of 21 matches in each of his nine years with the club, if Pause’s form holds true for this season, he will move into second all-time in Fire regular season appearances. Next up in the captain’s sites is the player he modeled himself after, Chris Armas, who appeared in 214 regular season matches for the club from 1998-07. Below see the “Big Five” when it comes to Fire MLS and All Competitions appearances, along with their yearly averages of games played. Regular Season Player CJ Brown Zach Thornton Chris Armas Logan Pause Jesse Marsch

GP 296 215 214 205 200

Avg GP/Season 22.76 23.88 21.4 24.75** 25

All Competitions Player CJ Brown Chris Armas Zach Thornton Jesse Marsch Logan Pause

GP 371 273 272 259 243

Avg. GP/Season 28.53 27.3 30.22 32.37 29.37**

**2011 not factored into average SEGARES ENTERS TOP 10 LISTS Now in his seventh season with the Chicago Fire, Costa Rican international defender Gonzalo Segares is looking to etch his name in a number of the th club’s Top 10 lists for appearances. Having passed Peter Nowak for 10 all-time in MLS regular season starts earlier this year (Segares currently has th 121), the left back passed Chris Rolfe last Saturday for 10 on the club’s all-time regular season appearance list with 124. th

Having played 188 minutes over the last two matches, Segares passed Peter Nowak for 10 in Minutes Played for the Fire across all competitions with 12,590. PAPPA CALLED UP BY GUATEMALA The Chicago Fire Soccer Club announced earlier this week that midfielder Marco Pappa has been selected to the Guatemalan Men’s National Team ahead of the 2011 CONCACAF Gold Cup. The 23-year-old playmaker will represent his country when Guatemala begin Group B play against Honduras at The Home Depot Center on Monday, June 6 at 10:00 p.m. CT. Pappa will report to national team camp following the Fire’s May 28 match against the San Jose Earthquakes at TOYOTA PARK. The talented winger, who has tallied four goals during the 2011 MLS campaign, will likely miss at least three Fire matches while on national team duty with Los Champines. 2010 YEAR IN REVIEW The Fire ushered in a new era with the hiring of former El Salvador national team boss Carlos de los Cobos ahead of the 2010 campaign. The new manager brought in a new system to the club, while welcoming in Designated Players in Mexican striker Nery Castillo and Swedish winger Freddie Ljungberg. Despite the acquisitions, de los Cobos’ side came up just short of the 2010 MLS playoffs, missing the postseason for just the second time in club history. At season’s end, two legendary players announced their retirement, with the Fire bidding goodbye to U.S. giant Brian McBride and the last remaining “Fire Original”, defender C.J. Brown who spent all 13 seasons of his MLS career in the Windy City, appearing in 371 matches for the club across all competitions. FIRE PRESEASON NOTES In preparation for the 2011 MLS season, the Chicago Fire broke up the club’s preseason into three phases, the initial of which saw the side spend two weeks at the Bridgeview Soccer & Sports Dome – the first instance in 14 seasons the club has spent an extended amount of time training in Chicagoland. The team then spent 12 days in Ave Maria, FL, training and paying a visit to the club’s Juniors organization based in Naples while fitting in three friendlies. After a brief return to Chicago, the team set off for Phase 3 of preseason, making the club’s debut appearance in the Carolina Challenge Cup in Charleston, SC. The Fire joined fellow MLS sides DC United and Toronto FC as well as tournament hosts, USL-Pro’s Charleston Battery in the four-team round robin tournament.

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CHICAGO FIRE ALPHABETICAL ROSTER No. 6 7 15 19 99 1 89 30 88 5 9 25 28 22 23 29 14 8 11 16 24 17 12 27 18 77 32 13 21 4

Player Jalil Anibaba Mike Banner Orr Barouch Corben Bone Diego Chaves Jon Conway Yamith Cuesta Alec Dufty Gabriel Ferrari Cory Gibbs Baggio Husidic Sean Johnson Steven Kinney Marko Maric Josip Mikulic Cristian Nazarit Patrick Nyarko Dominic Oduro Daniel Paladini Marco Pappa Pari Pantazopolous Davis Paul Logan Pause Victor Pineda Gaston Puerari Bratislav Ristic Dasan Robinson Gonzalo Segares Mike Videira Kwame Watson-Siriboe

Pos. DEF MID FWD MID FWD GK DEF GK FWD DEF MID GK DEF MID DEF FWD FWD FWD MID MID MID FWD MID MID FWD MID DEF DEF MID DEF

Ht. 6-0 5-10 6-2 5-9 5-10 6-6 6-3 6-5 6-2 6-2 6-1 6-3 6-0 6-2 6-1 6-1 6-0 6-0 5-9 5-10 6-0 5-8 5-10 5-11 5-7 5-10 5-11 5-11 5-10 6-3

Wt. 170 160 190 149 150 215 195 200 185 180 180 217 175 190 185 170 165 160 165 155 175 145 155 140 150 155 160 162 180 196

Birth date 10/18/1988 10/20/1984 11/29/1991 09/16/1988 02/14/1986 05/06/1977 04/17/1989 03/11/1987 09/01/1988 01/14/1980 05/19/1987 05/31/1989 10/28/1987 04/25/1983 04/12/1986 08/13/1990 01/15/1986 08/13/1985 11/11/1984 11/15/1987 09/14/1988 10/12/1988 08/22/1981 03/15/1993 01/23/1986 01/21/1980 06/06/1984 10/13/1982 01/06/1986 11/13/1986

Hometown Davis, CA Washington, D.C. Woodland Hills, CA Plano, Texas Montevideo, Uruguay Media, PA Turbo, Colombia Raleigh, NC New York, NY Fort Lauderdale, FL Libertyville, IL Lilburn, GA Norcross, GA Zagreb, Croatia Ljubuski, Yugoslavia Cali, Colombia Kumasi, Ghana Pramso, Ghana Northridge, CA Guatemala City Athens, Greece Upland, CA Hillsborough, NC Bolingbrook, IL Montevideo, Uruguay Nis, Serbia Elyria, OH San Jose, Costa Rica Milford, MA Chino Hills, CA

College Status North Carolina SIU – Edwardsville -Wake Forest -Int. Rutgers -Int. Evansville -Brown University UIC Central Florida Elon University -Int. -Int. -Int. Virginia Tech Virginia Commonwealth Cal State Northridge -Int. -California North Carolina --Int. -Int. Dayton Virginia Commonwealth Duke Connecticut

CHICAGO FIRE NUMERICAL ROSTER AND PRONUNCIATION GUIDE No. 1 4 5 6 7 8 9 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 21 22 23 24 25 27 28 29 30 32 77 88 89 99

Player Jon Conway Kwame Watson-Siriboe Cory Gibbs Jalil Anibaba Mike Banner Dominic Oduro Baggio Husidic Daniel Paladini Logan Pause Gonzalo Segares Patrick Nyarko Orr Barouch Marco Pappa Davis Paul Gaston Puerari Corben Bone Mike Videira Marko Maric Josip Mikulic Pari Pantazopolous Sean Johnson Victor Pineda Steven Kinney Cristian Nazarit Alec Dufty Dasan Robinson Bratislav Ristic Gabriel Ferrari Yamith Cuesta Diego Chaves

Pos. GK DEF DEF DEF MID FWD MID MID MID DEF FWD FWD MID FWD FWD MID MID MID DEF MID GK MID DEF FWD GK DEF MID FWD DEF FWD

Technical Director: Frank Klopas Head Coach: Carlos de los Cobos First Assistant Coach: Leo Percovich Soccer Fitness Specialist: Tony Jouaux Goalkeeper Coach: Aron Hyde

Pronunciation sear-EE-bow Jah-LEEL Ah-Nee-Bah-Bah

WHO-sid-ICH

seh-GAH-res NEE-yah-koh Barr-ooch

Pure-Rah-Ree

MARE-ich MICK-ooh-Lich Pay-REE Pant-a-zop-o-los

Christian Nas-a-reet DAY-sahn Riss-tich Jah-MEET CHA-vez

Place of Birth Media, PA Chino Hills, CA Plantation, FL Fontana, CA Washington, D.C. Accra, Ghana Velika Kladusa, Bosnia Northridge, CA Hillsborough, NC San Jose, Costa Rica Kumasi, Ghana Haifa, Israel Guatemala City, Guatemala San Diego, CA Paysandu, Uruguay Plano, Texas Milford, MA Zagreb, Croatia Ljubuški, Bosnia-Herzegovina Mt. Prospect, IL Lilburn, GA Chicago, IL Norcross, GA Cali, Colombia Binghamton, NY Evanston, IL Nis, Serbia New York, NY Turbo, Colombia Montevideo, Uruguay

Last Team Toronto FC Chicago Fire New England Revolution University of North Carolina Chicago Fire Houston Dynamo Chicago Fire Carolina Railhawks (USSF D-2) Chicago Fire Chicago Fire Chicago Fire Tigres (MEX) Chicago Fire University of California Wanderers (URU) Chicago Fire AC St. Louis (USSF D-2) Skoda Xanthi (GRE) NK Zagreb (CRO) Zakynthos (GRE) Chicago Fire Fire Academy Chicago Fire Independiente Santa Fe (CO AC St. Louis Chicago Fire FC Rad Belgrade (SRB) FC Wohlen (SUI) Chivas USA Nacional (URU)

Assistant Coach: Larry Sunderland Head Athletic Trainer: Bo Leonard Assistant Athletic Trainer: Matt Zalewski Equipment Manager: Charles Raycroft Director of Team Operations: Ron Stern

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#6 JALIL ANIBABA – 2011: 9 GP/9 GS, 0G, 1A in 796 min LAST MLS MATCH: Played 90 min., 05/14/11 @ TOR in 2-2 draw LAST MLS GOAL: Has not scored in an MLS first team match LAST MLS ASSIST: 04/17/11 vs. LA (89’) st th  Drafted in 1 round, 13 overall of the 2011 MLS SuperDraft  Named 2011 MLS Combine MVP  Scored first professional goal in 2-1 win vs. COL in U.S. Open Cup play-in match 3/30/11 in Peoria, IL

#9 – BAGGIO HUSIDIC – 2011: 5 GP/2 GS, 0G, 0A in 169 min. LAST MLS MATCH: Played 60 min. 05/21/11 @ PHI in 2-1 loss LAST MLS GOAL: 10/23/10 @ CHV (93+) LAST MLS ASSIST: 08/01/10 @ LA (Pappa 4’) rd  Finished 3 on team in goals in 2010 behind Pappa (7) & McBride (6)  Appeared in a career high 22 matches in 2010  Born in Bosnia, moved with family to Chicago area during the war in Yugoslavia

#7 – MIKE BANNER – 2011: 0 GP/0 GS, 0G, 0A in 0 min LAST MLS MATCH: Played 5 min., 09/18/10 @ RSL in 1-0 loss LAST MLS GOAL: 08/01/10 @ LA (19’) LAST MLS ASSIST: 09/12/09 @ RSL (Rolfe 44’)  Enters his fifth season with the Fire and MLS  Started nine of 18 games he appeared in 2010  Reached a career season high in minutes played with 1019 in 2010

#25 – SEAN JOHNSON – 2011: 4 GP/4 GS, 1W, 0SO in 360 min LAST MLS MATCH: Played 90 min., 04/14/11 @ POR in 4-2 loss LAST MLS WIN: 03/26/11 vs. KC LAST MLS SHUTOUT: 09/29/10 @ SJ (3-0 win)  Earned U.S. Men’s National Team debut 1/22/11 vs. Chile in LA  Member of Generation adidas program  Youngest player to appear in goal for the Chicago Fire

#15–ORR BAROUCH – 2011: 8 GP/0 GS, 1G, 0A in 170 min LAST MLS MATCH: Played 45 min., 05/21/11 @ PHI in 2-1 loss LAST MLS GOAL: 05/14/11 @ TOR (75’) LAST MLS ASSIST: Has not assisted in an MLS first team match  Joined Fire on loan from Tigres UANL of Mexico for 2011 season  Israeli citizen and U.S. green card holder

#28 – STEVEN KINNEY – 2011: 0 GP/0 GS, 0G, 0A in 0 min. LAST MLS MATCH: Played 58 min., 10/23/10 @CHV in 4-1 win LAST MLS GOAL: 09/29/10 @ SJ (39’) LAST MLS ASSIST: 10/08/10 vs. CLB (Lowry 30’)  Appeared in 13 matches, logging 963 minutes in rookie 2010 season  First player out of Elon University to sign an MLS contract  Made 78 appearances during his four-year college career at Elon University

#19–CORBEN BONE – 2011: 4 GP/4 GS, 0G, 1A in 298 min LAST MLS MATCH: Played 60 min., 05/21/11 @ PHI in 2-1 loss LAST MLS GOAL: Has not scored in an MLS first team match LAST MLS ASSIST: 05/14/2011 @ TOR (Barouch 75’)  Member of Generation adidas program st th  Drafted in 1 round, 13 overall of 2010 MLS SuperDraft  Recorded 15 goals and 38 assists in three years of play at Wake Forest University #99 – DIEGO CHAVES – 2011: 10 GP/10 GS, 4G, 0A in 839 min. LAST MLS MATCH: Played 45 min., 05/21/11 @ PHI in 2-1 loss LAST MLS GOAL: 04/23/11 vs. HOU (18’) LAST MLS ASSIST: Has not assisted in an MLS first team match  Became first Fire player to score in his first three MLS appearances with goal @ SEA on 4/9/2011  Joined Fire from Uruguayan giants Nacional  Played with fellow Uruguayan teammate Gaston Puerari when the two played together at Montevideo Wanderers in 2009 #1 – JON CONWAY – 2011: 6 GP/6 GS, 0 W, 1 SO in 540 min. LAST MLS MATCH: Played 90 min., 05/21/11 @ PHI in 2-1 loss LAST MLS WIN: 04/09/10 vs. RSL LAST MLS SHUTOUT: 05/07/10 vs. VAN (0-0 draw)  Only player on 2011 Fire roster to win MLS Cup (San Jose 2001, 03)  Oldest player on 2011 Fire roster at 33 #89 YAMITH CUESTA – 2011: 5 GP/5 GS, in 450 min. LAST MLS MATCH: Played 90 min., 05/21/11 @ PHI in 2-1 loss LAST MLS GOAL: Has not scored a first team MLS goal LAST MLS ASSIST: 10/10/09 with CHV vs. KC (Braun, 71) #30 – ALEC DUFTY – 2011: 0 GP/0 GS, 0 W, 0 SO LAST MLS MATCH: Played 82 min., 04/11/2009 @ HOU in 0-0 draw  Signed with Fire 03/02/11 as developmental goalkeeper  Spent the 2010 season with USSF Division 2’s AC St. Louis #88 – GABRIEL FERRARI – 2011: 0 GP/0 GS, 0G, 0A in 0 min LAST MLS MATCH: Has yet to play in an MLS first team match  Signed with Serie A side Sampdoria in 2007 at the age of 18  Member of U.S. squad at 2007 FIFA U20 World Championships  Born in New York City to an Italian father and Brazilian mother #5 – CORY GIBBS – 2011: 7 GP/7 GS, 0G, 0A in 630 min. LAST MLS MATCH: Played 90 min., 05/21/11 @ PHI in 2-1 loss LAST MLS GOAL: 10/12/08 @ LA (43’) LAST MLS ASSIST: 07/24/09 vs. DC (Davis 63’)  Played and started in 25 matches during 2010 with the New England Revolution – a career high in MLS  Has appeared in 19 matches for the U.S. Men’s National  Previously played with PSV Eindhoven (NED), St. Pauli (GER) and ADO Den Haag (NED)

#22 – MARKO MARIC – 2011: 1 GP/0 GS, 0G, 0A in 19 min. LAST MLS MATCH: Played 19 min., 04/14/11 @ POR in 4-2 loss  Came up through NK Zagreb youth system with fellow teammate Josip Mikulic  Has played with Lille (FRA), Egaleo and Skoda Xanthi (GRE) and NK Zagreb (CRO)  Was a member of the Croatian U21 Men’s National Team #23 – JOSIP MIKULIC – 2011: 6 GP/6 GS, 0G, 0A in 487 min. LAST MLS MATCH: Played 90 min., 05/07/11 vs. VAN in 0‐0 draw LAST MLS GOAL: Has not scored in an MLS first team match LAST MLS ASSIST: Has not assisted in an MLS first team match  Came up through NK Zagreb youth system with fellow teammate Marko Maric  Was a member of the Croatian U19 Men’s National Team #29 – CRISTIAN NAZARIT – 2011: 0 GP/0 GS, 0G, 0A in 0 min. LAST MLS MATCH: Has not appeared in an MLS first team match  Signed with the club from Independiente Santa Fe on May 4, 2011  Colombian youth international at the U17 and U20 levels  Played with current Fire teammate Yamith Cuesta in 2009 South American U20 World Cup qualifying #14 – PATRICK NYARKO – 2011: 7 GP/4 GS, 0G, 1A in 451 min. LAST MLS MATCH: Played 1 min., 04/30/11 @ COL in 1-1 draw LAST MLS GOAL: 09/29/10 @ SJ (92+’) LAST MLS ASSIST: 04/09/11 @ SEA (Chaves 8’)  2010 team leader in assists with 10, a career high  Has appeared in 57 of 60 regular season matches from 2009-10  Can play as a second striker or on either wing #8 – DOMINIC ODURO – 2011: 10 GP/5 GS, 2G, 2A in 554 min. LAST MLS MATCH: Played 90 min., 05/21/11 @ PHI in 2-1 loss LAST MLS GOAL: 05/21/2011 @ PHI (67’) LAST MLS ASSIST: 04/30/11 @ COL (Pappa 43’)  Scored first goal for the Fire on 4/17/11 vs. LA  Was a teammate of Gonzalo Segares at Virginia Commonwealth in 2004  Has previous MLS experience with Houston, New York and Dallas #11 – DANIEL PALADINI – 2011: 4 GP/4 GS, 0G, 0A in 360 min. LAST MLS MATCH: Played 90 min. 05/21/11 @ PHI in 2-1 loss LAST MLS GOAL: 09/06/2008 @ TOR (41’) LAST MLS ASSIST: Has not recorded an MLS assist  Two-time Division 2 All-League Best XI Midfielder  Helped Carolina RailHawks to 2010 USSFD2 Finals  Drafted in 2006 by Los Angeles Galaxy

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–vs. San Jose Earthquakes 5/28/2011

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#24 – PARI PANTAZOPOULOS – 2011: 0 GP/0 GS, 0G, 0A in 0 min LAST MLS MATCH: Has yet to play in an MLS first team match  Emerged as the club’s Open Tryout winner to become the first player to win the tryout to join the first team  Started his professional career with Cypriot club ASIL Lysi  Played in Greece with Zakynthos and, Korinthos  Originally born in Athens, Greece, moved with family to Mt. Prospect, IL in 1998  Grew up a Chicago Fire fan, idolizing the likes of Peter Nowak, Frank Klopas and Roman Kosecki #16 – MARCO PAPPA – 2011: 10GP/ 10GS, 4G, 1A in 900 min. LAST MLS MATCH: Played 90 min., 05/21/11 @ PHI in 2-1 loss LAST MLS GOAL: 05/14/11 @ TOR (63’) LAST MLS ASSIST: 03/26/11 vs. KC (Puerari 40’)  Scored a team high seven goals and added five assists in 2010 MLS season  Tallied three game winning goals in 2010  Won MLS Goal of the Year for strike on 4/10/10 vs. SJ  Named to 2010 MLS All-Star Team  Has appeared in 15 matches, scoring two goals for Guatemala #17 – DAVIS PAUL – 2011: 1 GP/1 GS, 0G, 0A in 45 min LAST MLS MATCH: Played 45 min., 04/17/11 vs. LA in 2-1 loss LAST MLS GOAL: Has not scored in an MLS match LAST MLS ASSIST: Has not assisted in an MLS match rd st  Drafted in 3 round, 51 overall of the 2011 MLS SuperDraft  Appeared in 78 matches, tallying 15 goals and 21 assists over four years with the University of California  Produced video parody of Chris Brown’s “For Ur Love”, featuring Cal teammates, which went viral on YouTube #12 – LOGAN PAUSE – 2011: 7 GP/6 GS, 0G, 0A in 570 min. LAST MLS MATCH: Played 30 min., 05/21/11 @ PHI in 2-1 loss LAST MLS GOAL: 05/08/10 @ TOR (51’) LAST MLS ASSIST: 10/23/10 @ CHV (Carr 68’)  Youngest player in Fire history to 200 regular season appearances, sits fourth all-time with 201.  Named 2011 Chicago Fire Captain  Longest tenured member of the current roster  Has earned six caps with the U.S. Men’s National Team  Has appeared in 21+ games in every season since joining the Fire in 2003  Youngest Fire player to hit 200 MLS regular season appearances at 29

#32 – DASAN ROBINSON – 2011: 5 GP/2 GS, 0G, 0A in 251 min. LAST MLS MATCH: Played 56 min., 04/30/11 @ COL in 1-1 draw LAST MLS GOAL: 08/23/09 vs. COL (93+’) LAST MLS ASSIST: 06/27/10 @ NE (Pappa, 30’)  Played 17 games in 2010, the most in a season since 2007  With Calen Carr, is the second longest tenured member of the current roster behind only Logan Pause  2011 will mark his ninth summer in Chicago, having played with the club’s PDL team from 2003-05 #13 – GONZALO SEGARES – 2011: 10 GP/10 GS, 0G, 2A in 893 min. LAST MLS MATCH: Played 90 min., 05/21/11 @ PHI in 2‐1 loss  LAST MLS GOAL: 04/25/09 @ CLB (88’) LAST MLS ASSIST: 05/21/11 @ PHI (Oduro 67’)  Returned to the club in August 2010 after playing for Apollon in Cyprus  With 8, sits second among Fire defenders for most goals all-time for the club behind Lubos Kubik (15)  Has appeared in 13 matches for the Costa Rican Men’s National Team th  Selected 35 overall (third round) by the Fire in the 2005 MLS SuperDraft #21 – MICHAEL VIDEIRA – 2011: 6 GP/5 GS, 0G, 1A in 372 min. LAST MLS MATCH: Played 25 min., 04/23/11 vs. HOU in 1-1 draw LAST MLS GOAL: Has not score an MLS goal LAST MLS ASSIST: 03/26/11 vs, KC (Puerari 40’)  Played with both current teammates Cory Gibbs (New England) and Alec Dufty (AC St. Louis) during 2010  Signed with Hamilton Academical of the Scottish Premier League in 2008 after playing four years at Duke  Played for the U.S. U17 and U20 Men’s National Teams #4 – KWAME WATSON-SIRIBOE – 2011: 0 GP/0 GS, 0G, 0A LAST MLS MATCH: Played 90 min., 10/16/10 vs. DC in 0-0 draw  Appeared in 10 matches, starting seven in his 2010 rookie campaign  Drafted in 2nd round, 26th overall of 2010 MLS SuperDraft  Played 19 matches, scoring three goals for the University of Connecticut in 2009  Made 55 appearances during his four-year college career at UCONN

#27 – VICTOR PINEDA– 2011: 0 GP/0 GS, 0G, 0A in 0 min. LAST MLS MATCH: Has not appeared in a first team MLS match  First Home Grown player signed by the Chicago Fire first team  Helped Fire’s U16/17 Academy to 2010 National Championship  A member of the U.S. U18 Men’s National Team #18 – GASTON PUERARI – 2011: 10 GP/8 GS, 1G, 1A in 638 min. LAST MLS MATCH: Played 30 min., 05/21/11 @ PHI in 2-1 loss LAST MLS GOAL: 03/26/11 vs. KC (40’) LAST MLS ASSIST: 04/09/11 @ SEA (Chaves 8’)  Signed from Uruguayan side Montevideo Wanderers where he played briefly with Fire teammate Diego Chaves  Worked feeding wood into a stove at a meat factory in Paysandu prior to becoming a professional footballer #77 – BRATISLAV RISTIC – 2011: 4 GP/2 GS, 0G, 0A in 140 min. LAST MLS MATCH: Played 90 min., 05/21/11 @ PHI in 2-1 loss LAST MLS GOAL: Has not scored an MLS goal LAST MLS ASSIST: Has not tallied an MLS assist  With his move to MLS, has played professionally in seven different countries: Serbia, Belgium, Ukraine, Spain, Russia, Bulgaria, USA  Won the Belgian Jupiler League in 2003 with Club Brugge and appeared in the UEFA Champions League  Though a midfielder by trade, can play as an outside back as well

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–vs. San Jose Earthquakes 5/28/2011

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2011 Chicago Fire Team Lineups 3-19-11 @ FCD, D 1-1 GK Johnson D Anibaba D Mikulic D Gibbs M Ristic (Nyarko 42’) M Videira (Husidic 62’) M Pause M Pappa M Segares F Puerari F Chaves 1 (Barouch 75’)

3-26-11 vs. KC, W 3-2 GK Johnson D Anibaba D Mikulic D Gibbs D Segares M Nyarko (Robinson 89’) M Videira M Pause M Pappa 1 F Puerari 1 (Barouch 74’) F Chaves 1 (Oduro 89’)

4-9-11 @ SEA, L 2-1 GK Johnson D Anibaba D Robinson D Gibbs D Segares (Oduro 83’) M Nyarko (Barouch 89’) M Videira M Pause M Pappa F Puerari F Chaves 1

4-14-11 @ POR, L 4-2 GK Johnson D Anibaba D Robinson D Gibbs D Segares M Nyarko M Videira (Maric 56+’, Barouch 64’) M Pause M Pappa 2 F Puerari (Oduro 57+’) F Chaves

4-23-11 vs. HOU, T 1-1 GK Conway D Anibaba (Robinson 76’) D Cuesta D Mikulic D Segares M Husidic (Videira 65’) M Nyarko M Pappa M Pause F Chaves 1 F Oduro (Puerari 82’)

4-30-11 @ COL, T 1-1 GK Conway D Anibaba D Cuesta D Mikulic (Robinson 37’) D Segares M Paladini M Oduro M Bone (Barouch 74’) M Puerari (Nyarko 89’) M Pappa 1 F Chaves

5-7-11 vs. VAN, T 0-0 GK Conway D Anibaba D Cuesta D Mikulic D Segares M Paladini M Oduro M Bone (Husidic 74’) M Puerari (Ristic 84’) M Pappa F Chaves

5-14-11 @ TOR, T 2-2 GK Conway D Anibaba D Cuesta D Gibbs D Segares M Paladini M Oduro (Ristic 93+’) M Bone M Puerari (Barouch 58’) 1 M Pappa 1 F Chaves (Husidic 91+’)

4-17-11 vs. LA, L 2-1 GK Conway D Anibaba D Mikulic D Gibbs D Segares M Pappa M Videira (Oduro 59’) 1 M Pause (Nyarko 46’) M Paul F Puerari (Barouch 70’) F Chaves

5-21-11 @ PHI, L 2-1 GK Conway D Cuesta D Gibbs D Ristic D Segares M Paladini M Oduro 1 M Bone (Pause 60’) M Husidic (Puerari 60’) M Pappa F Chaves (Barrouch 56+’)

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U.S. OPEN CUP 1R 03/30/2011


San Jose Earthquakes vs. Chicago Fire, May 28, 2011 5:30 p.m. PT Misc. Notes 2011 EARTHQUAKES SCHEDULE (3-4-3)

Earthquakes vs. Chicago Fire All-Time MLS Regular Season: 7-12-9 Home: 5-5-4 Away: 2-7-5 Playoffs: 1-0-0; U.S. Open Cup: 0-2-0 All-Time Scoring: San Jose – 28, Chicago – 41 Quick Facts 2011 Record Leading Scorer

San Jose Earthquakes 3-4-3 Chris Wondolowski (5)

Assist Leaders Head Coach

Four players (2) Frank Yallop

Chicago Fire 1-4-5 Diego Chaves (4) Marco Pappa (4) Three players (2) Carlos de los Cobos

Pronunciation available on last page of notes. San Jose’s Record in May The Quakes are 27-27-12 all-time in May in MLS play. Last Game Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup Play-in match Earthquakes 2, Chicago Fire 2 (Fire win 5-4 on PKs); May 24, 2011; Buck Shaw Stadium, Santa Clara, Calif. The San Jose Earthquakes burst out to a 2-0 halftime lead, but the Chicago Fire came back to even the score in the second half, before winning on penalties in a Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup Play-in match. Chicago won the shootout 5-4 after a scoreless 30 minutes of overtime. San Jose took a 2-0 lead on goals from Ellis McLoughlin and Justin Morrow in the first half, as the Quakes appeared poised for a trip to the Open Cup main draw. However, Orr Barouch cut the lead to 2-1 in the 61st minute and Yamith Cuesta headed home the tying goal in the 76th minute. Despite chances for both teams in overtime, neither club could find the back of the net, and the game was decided on penalties. Chicago prevailed 5-4 after six rounds with Daniel Paladini converting the winning goal for the Fire.

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History of the Quakes-Chicago Fire Rivalry The Earthquakes and the Chicago Fire have had a memorable rivalry since the Fire came into MLS in 1998.The most memorable game of the rivalry came in 2003, when Chicago and San Jose met for the MLS Cup at The Home Depot Center on Nov. 23. The Quakes defeated the Fire 4-2 in Frank Yallop’s final game as the head coach before returning two seasons ago. Landon Donovan scored two goals, while Ronnie Ekelund and Richard Mulrooney each netted a goal to lead the Quakes to the victory. That game was the only playoff meeting between two of the league’s most successful clubs … The two teams have played each once in U.S. Open Cup Play, during Chicago’s inaugural season in 1998. The quarterfinal tie went into penalty kicks after goals from Lubos Kubik for Chicago and Jeff Baicher for San Jose saw the score knotted at one-all after regulation and overtime. The Fire prevailed in the PK shootout, 4-3, on their way to winning the title ... Jason Hernandez made his MLS debut on Oct. 5, 2005, playing for New York against the Fire at Soldier Field in Chicago. Earthquakes All-Time Leaders vs. Chicago Fire Forward Scott Sealy has five goals and two assists in 10 career appearances … Midfielder Bobby Convey has one goal and two assists 13 career appearances … Forward Chris Wondolowski has two goals in six career appearances … Goalkeeper Jon Busch has five wins, four ties and three shutouts in 13 career appearances. Chicago Fire All-Time Leaders vs. Earthquakes Forward Patrick Nyarko has two goals and two assists in four appearances … Midfielder Marco Pappa has two goals and one assist in four career appearances … Midfielder Logan Pause has two assists in ten career games ... Goalkeeper Jon Conway has one win, one tie and one shutout in two games ... Goalkeeper Sean Johnson earned a shutout win in his only career appearance against San Jose. Earthquakes – Chicago Fire Connections Ryan Johnson spent time with the Chicago Fire before coming to San Jose. After being drafted by Real Salt Lake in 2006, he was traded to Chicago midway through that season. He played three games for them in 2006 … Quakes goalkeeper Jon Busch played with the Fire from 2007-09, where he won MLS Goalkeeper of the Year in 2008 … Quakes defender Tim Ward played for the Chicago Fire from 20092010 before being traded to San Jose midway through the season… Chicago goalkeeper Job Conway played for the Earthquakes from 2000-2005 ... Conway also played with Quakes defender Chris Leitch at the New York Red Bulls in 2007-08 and with midfielder Sam Cronin at Toronto FC for part of the 2010 season ... He also had a stint with the San Francisco Seals, appearing in 4 matches in 2000 ...


San Jose Earthquakes vs. Chicago Fire, May 28, 2011 5:30 p.m. PT Quakes defender Bobby Burling played with Fire defender Yamith Cuesta at Chivas USA for the second half of the 2009 season ... Chicago midfielder Daniel Paladini also played with Burling at Chivas USA in 2008 ... San Jose forward briefly crossed paths with Chicago forward Dominic Oduro at Houton Dynamo in 2009 ... Quakes defender Ike Opara and midfielder Sam Cronin played with Fire midfielder Corben Bone at Wake Forest, where they won a national championship together … San Jose midfielder Brad Ring grew up in the Chicago area and played his youth and high school soccer there … Fire midfielder Logan Pause played with current Quakes defender Chris Leitch at the University of North Carolina and with Bobby Convey on the U-23 United States national team during Olympic qualifying in 2004 ... Chicago defender Jalil Anibaba also attended UNC ... Fire forward Davis Paul played with Quakes goalkeeper David Bingham at UC Berkeley from 2008-2010 ... Quakes forward Matt Luzunaris and Fire goalkeeper Sean Johnson played together at the University of Central Florida in 2007. Wondolowski Named to U.S. National Team for CONCACAF Gold Cup San Jose Earthquakes forward Chris Wondolowski was named to the United States National Team roster for the upcoming CONCACAF Gold Cup. U.S. head coach Bob Bradley released the full roster for the tournament Monday morning. Wondolowski will join the U.S. for training camp on Sunday, May 29. The United States plays Spain in a friendly match prior to the start of the Gold Cup on Saturday, June 4 at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass. Following that friendly, the U.S. will begin play in Group C on Tuesday, June 7 with a match against Canada at Ford Field in Detroit. The Americans then face Panama on June 11 at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Fla., before concluding group play on June 14 against Guadeloupe at Livestrong Sporting Park in Kansas City, Kan. The quarterfinals begin on June 18 with the semifinal matches scheduled for June 22. The Gold Cup final will be played Saturday, June 25 at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, Calif. Wondolowski has been called up once before to represent his country. He spent the month of January earlier this year in Southern California at a training camp at The Home Depot Center. He started and played 60 minutes for the U.S. against Chile at The Home Depot Center on Jan. 22 to earn his first cap. Johnson Named to Jamaican National Team for CONCACAF Gold Cup The San Jose Earthquakes announced today that Ryan Johnson has been named to the roster for the Jamaican National Team for the upcoming CONCACAF Gold Cup tournament to be held in the United States. Johnson has joined the Jamaican team for a training camp in Brazil that will run from May 23-June 2. Jamaica has been drawn into Group B along with Grenada, Guatemala, and Honduras. Jamaica will open up their 2011 Gold Cup campaign against Grenada on Monday, June 6 at the Home Depot Center. The ‘Reggae Boyz’ will take on Guatemala on June 10 at FIU Stadium in Miami, before closing up group stage play against Honduras on June 13 at Red Bull Arena. Jamaica qualified for the quarterfinals of the Gold Cup in both 2003 and 2005. Their best finish was third place in the 1993 tournament. Johnson has currently amassed 12 appearances for the Jamaican national team, scoring three goals, with his debut for the team coming in a friendly against the United States in 2006. All three of Johnson’s international goals came in 2010 against Argentina, Costa Rica, and Guadeloupe. He also helped Jamaica win the 2010 Digicel Cup in December. McLoughlin Scores First Career MLS Goal Ellis McLoughlin made an almost immediate impact after entering Saturday’s match against the New England Revolution in the 67th minute for Ryan Johnson at left mid. The Seattle native made a well-timed run to the far post and polished off a perfectly placed cross by teammate Chris Wondolowski to give San Jose a 1-0 lead in the 71st minute in just his third appearance with the Earthquakes. McLoughlin signed with San Jose on March 17, 2011 after spending two seasons playing for the Hertha BSC reserves. Convey Tallies for First Time in 2011 on Spectacular Free Kick Bobby Convey put himself on the score sheet in spectacular fashion against the New England Revolution on Saturday after bending a free kick into the far corner in the 81st minute. The goal stood up as the game winner, his first in three seasons with the Earthquakes. It was also Convey’s first goal of 2011 and third career regular-season strike in San Jose. Last season, the former Reading FC standout was named MLS Comeback Player of the Year after recording a team-high 10 assists. Earthquakes Extend Unbeaten Streak to Three Games San Jose’s 2-1 win against visiting New England on Saturday extended the club’s unbeaten streak to three, the longest stretch since avoiding a loss in four straight from Sept. 5 to Sept. 25 in 2010. The Earthquakes drew 1-1 with Vancouver Whitecaps FC on May 11, defeated the Columbus Crew 3-0 on May 14 and knocked off the Revolution on Saturday. San Jose’s Defense Getting Stingy After allowing eight goals in four games during an 0-2-2 stretch from April 2 to April 23, the Earthquakes have locked down in the back with just three goals conceded in their last four matches. Dating back to April 30, San Jose has allowed no more than one goal during a game. The club is 2-1-1 over its last four matches, including a 1-0 120th-minute win against the Portland Timbers in a U.S. Open Cup qualifier. Making the First One Count The Earthquakes are 90-6-20 in their last 116 matches when scoring first. They finished 8-1-3 in 2008 when scoring first, 6-1-5 in 2009, went undefeated last year with a 12-0-2 record and are 3-1-1 this season. In 2005, San Jose went undefeated at 14-0-5 when scoring first. The Earthquakes were 25-2-2 in 2001 and 2002 when finding the back of the net first. The Quakes only gave up leads two times in 2002, losing 2-1 to Los Angeles on July 4 and falling 2-1 to Kansas City on July 27. The team continued that trend in 2003, possessing an 11-0-1 mark in the regular season when they scored the first goal. In 2004, the Quakes went 8-1-1 when scoring first, the top mark in MLS. The Quakes gave up their lead and lost to Los Angeles on July 4, 2004 for the first time since July 27, 2002 against Kansas City. The Quakes are also impressive in the playoffs when scoring first, posting a 7-0-0 record.


San Jose Earthquakes vs. Chicago Fire, May 28, 2011 5:30 p.m. PT Wondolowski Moves into Fourth Place All Time on the Quakes’ Scoring Charts San Jose Earthquakes forward Chris Wondolowski continues to inch up the franchise’s all-time scoring charts. Wondo scored two goals two weeks ago, one against Vancouver Whitecaps FC on Wednesday, May 11 and another against the Columbus Crew on Saturday, May 14, giving him a total of 26 with the Quakes. Those goals moved Wondolowski past Brian Ching for No. 4 on the club’s all-time scoring chart. Up next for the Danville, Calif. native is Dwayne De Rosario, who scored 27 for the team from 2001-2005. The career leader for the Quakes is Ronald Cerritos, who notched 61 from 1997-2001 and in 2005. Flashback: Opara Scores First Career Goal vs. Chicago Fire on April 10, 2010 Ike Opara scored his first career goal, a game winner in the 81st minute, against the Chicago Fire at Toyota Park on April 10, 2010. Opara made a timely run into the area and met a Bobby Convey cross in stride, heading home a powerful shot to give San Jose a 2-1 lead. The Earthquakes were in search of a rebound performance after dropping their season opener 3-0 to Real Salt Lake at Buck Shaw Stadium and found inspiration from their rookie center back. The win helped the Quakes gain momentum for a 5-2-1 start to the 2010 season. Busch Among MLS Career Leaders List for Shutouts Jon Busch is No. 8 on the MLS career shutouts list with 55 after his clean sheet this past weekend against Columbus. The Earthquakes’ starting goalkeeper has recorded nine clean sheets in San Jose. He notched 21 shutouts during three seasons (2007-09) with the Chicago Fire and had 25 in five seasons with the Columbus Crew (2002-06). Scoring First under Yallop During Frank Yallop's first tenure with San Jose, the Earthquakes were one of the best teams in the league when scoring the first goal. The team went 36-2-1 from 2001-03 when scoring the first goal of the game. The Quakes only gave up leads two times in 2002, losing 21 to Los Angeles on July 4 and falling 2-1 to Kansas City on July 27. Yallop's team was 8-1-3 in 2008 when scoring first, 6-1-5 in 2009, 12-0-2 in 2010 and so far in 2011 is 3-1-1 when netting the first goal. Halftime Success The Earthquakes remain amongst the best in league history in holding onto a half-time lead after beating FC Dallas on March 26 and tying against Vancouver Whitecaps FC on May 11. Since the beginning of the 2000 season, the Earthquakes are 66-1-14 in games when leading at the half, including impressive marks of 7-0-2 in 2010, 4-0-3 in 2009, 8-0-1 in 2003, 7-0-1 in 2004 and 7-0-3 in 2005. Despite holding a halftime lead on May 10, 2008 vs. Columbus, the Quakes fell 3-2. That game marked the team's first loss since 1999 when holding a halftime lead. Earthquakes Announce July 12 Exhibition against EPL’s West Bromwich Albion The San Jose Earthquakes have announced that they will host West Bromwich Albion of the English Premier League in a friendly match to be played on July 12. The game will kick off at 7:30 p.m. PT at Buck Shaw Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif. Individual tickets are already on sale to the general public at SJEarthquakes.com or by calling (800) 225-2277. Prices for individual seats range from $20 to $50. This fixture marks the third time the Quakes will face a team from the EPL. On July 17, 2010, San Jose hosted club partner Tottenham Hotspur at Buck Shaw Stadium and drew a stadium record crowd of 10,712. Aston Villa also visited San Jose to play the Quakes in 1997 at Spartan Stadium, a match that ended 1-1, with Shawn Medved scoring the lone goal for San Jose. July 2 Match vs. New York Red Bulls to be Played at Stanford Stadium The San Jose Earthquakes announced a few weeks ago that the club has moved their Saturday, July 2 match against international stars Thierry Henry and Rafa Márquez and the New York Red Bulls to Stanford Stadium in Stanford, Calif. The game will kick off at 7:30 p.m. PT and air live on ESPN2. Following the match, the Earthquakes will treat fans to the best fireworks show on the Peninsula for the Fourth of July weekend. Fans can stay in their seats or move onto the field for the best view to watch the fireworks. The Epicenter Fan Zone will be moved from Buck Shaw Stadium to Stanford for the match. Fans will be able to enjoy foosball, corn hole, face painting and poster making prior to kickoff. Gourmet food trucks will also be on site. Earthquakes, Alaska Airlines Partner for Giveaway on June 4 The San Jose Earthquakes and Alaska Airlines will partner up for a giveaway on June 4 when the Quakes host the Houston Dynamo at Buck Shaw Stadium. The first 5,000 fans will receive a free Hawaiian shirt bag tag. One fan in attendance will also have the chance to win a trip to Hawaii or Mexico courtesy of Alaska Airlines during a halftime kick-to-win contest. San Jose Partners Up with Fresh Coast Beach Soccer Tournament The San Jose Earthquakes announced that they have signed a tournament partnership with the Fresh Coast Beach Soccer Championships. This year, the 5-on-5 tournament will be held on June 18 and 19 in front of the famous Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk in Santa Cruz, California. There will be several youth, men’s and women’s divisions, with an open men’s cash prize division. The Quakes will be providing each team ticket vouchers to see the team take on either the New York Red Bulls or Philadelphia Union. Several Earthquakes players will also make an appearance to meet with fans, sign autographs and take photos. Quakes Launch Weekly E-Newsletter The San Jose Earthquakes launched a weekly newsletter a few weeks ago, giving fans the chance to receive emails straight from the Front Office regarding team-related news, player appearances, giveaways and more. To sign up for the Quakes Update, visit sjearthquakes.com/quakesupdate.


San Jose Earthquakes vs. Chicago Fire, May 28, 2011 5:30 p.m. PT Earthquakes-LA Galaxy Match Time for June 25 Changed to 3:30 p.m. PT The San Jose Earthquakes have announced that the game time for their June 25 match against the LA Galaxy at Buck Shaw Stadium has been changed to 3:30 p.m. PT on FOX Soccer. Additionally, individual tickets for that game will go on sale on Friday, April 29 at 10 a.m. In 2010, Chris Wondolowski stunned a league-leading LA Galaxy squad with a 4th-minute goal that would stand for a 1-0 win. The Earthquakes drew a record crowd of 10,799 at Buck Shaw Stadium for the day game on Aug. 21. San Jose is 3-3-2 against LA Galaxy since returning to MLS in 2008 and holds a 9-7 scoring advantage over that stretch. San Jose Earthquakes on Twitter @SJEarthquakes – Official account of the San Jose Earthquakes @ChrisWondo – 2010 MLS Budweiser Golden Boot Winner Chris Wondolowski @AnthonyAmpai – Rookie from NCAA Champion Akron University Anthony Ampaipitakwong @BobbyBurling – Veteran central defender and sports trivia guru Bobby Burling @BradRing87 – Third-year central midfielder Brad Ring @J_Hernandez_21 – Veteran center back and social maven Jason Hernandez @AWebs13 – Witty goalkeeper Andrew Weber @MattLuzu32 – First-year striker Matt Luzunaris Earthquakes Recent Transactions Jan. 13, 2011: Selected Anthony Ampaipitakwong in the second round, 33rd overall, of the 2011 MLS SuperDraft by San Jose Earthquakes on Jan. 13, 2011. Jan. 13, 2011: Acquired F Steven Lenhart from the Columbus Crew in exchange for the 15th overall selection in the 2011 MLS SuperDraft and allocation money. Jan. 25, 2011: Acquired GK David Bingham through a weighted lottery. Feb. 15, 2011: Signed M Khari Stephenson March 1, 2011: Signed M Anthony Ampaipitakwong and waived M Tony Donatelli. March 7, 2011: Signed GK Andrew Weber. March 16, 2011: Acquired M Simon Dawkins on loan from Tottenham Hotspur. March 17, 2011: Signed F Ellis McLoughlin. March 25, 2011: Signed F Matt Luzunaris. April 7, 2011: Signed Head Coach Frank Yallop and General Manager John Doyle to multi-year contract extension.

Quakes All-Time Leaders Top 10 in Appearances 1. Ramiro Corrales ............................ 2. Joe Cannon .................................... 3. Richard Mulrooney .......................... 4. Ronald Cerritos .............................. 5. Wade Barrett .................................. 6. John Doyle ...................................... 7. Ian Russell ....................................... 8. Troy Dayak ...................................... 9. Eddie Lewis ..................................... 10. Dwayne De Rosario .........................

194 171 163 148 142 132 131 129 115 108

Top 10 in Minutes Played 1. Ramiro Corrales ........................ 15,685 2. Joe Cannon ................................ 15,561 3. Richard Mulrooney ...................... 14,204 4. Ronald Cerritos ........................... 12,382 5. Wade Barrett .............................. 12,218 6. John Doyle .................................. 11,385 7. Troy Dayak ................................. 10,830 8. Eddie Lewis .................................. 8,867 9. Ian Russell ................................... 8,146 10. Pat Onstad ................................... 7,640 Top 10 in Games Started 1. Ramiro Corrales ............................ 176 2. Joe Cannon ...................................... 171 3. Richard Mulrooney ........................... 155 4. Ronald Cerritos ............................... 142 5. Wade Barrett .................................... 136 6. John Doyle ...................................... 129 7. Troy Dayak ....................................... 122 8. Eddie Lewis ...................................... 100 9. Ian Russell ........................................ 91 10. Ronnie Ekelund................................... 84 Pat Onstad .......................................... 84

Top 10 in Goals 1. Ronald Cerritos ................................. 61 2. Landon Donovan ............................... 32 3. Dwayne De Rosario .......................... 27 4. Chris Wondolowski ......................... 26 5. Brian Ching ....................................... 25 6. Eric Wynalda ..................................... 21 7. Jeff Baicher ....................................... 20 8. Ryan Johnson ................................. 17 9. Ariel Graziani ..................................... 14 Manny Lagos ..................................... 14 Lawrence Lozzano ............................ 14 Game-Winning Goals 1. Ronald Cerritos ................................. 15 2. Chris Wondolowski ......................... 12 3. Landon Donovan ............................... 10 4. Dwayne De Rosario ............................ 8 ALL-TIME MLS SHUTOUT LEADERS PLAYER TEAM GP Kevin Hartman DAL 364 Nick Rimando RSL 262 Zach Thornton CHV 282 Joe Cannon VAN 287 Pat Onstad DC 223 Tony Meola NY 250 Matt Reis NE 235 Jon Busch SJ 175 Scott Garlick RSL 237 William Hesmer CLB 111 Note: Players in Bold are Active

SHO 98 79 76 74 64 62 61 55 48 38


San Jose Earthquakes vs. Chicago Fire, May 28, 2011 5:30 p.m. PT Earthquakes Head Coach: Frank Yallop

San Jose Earthquakes

9th Season (7th with SJ)

MLS Coaching Career: YEAR CLUB 2001 San Jose Earthquakes 2002 San Jose Earthquakes 2003 San Jose Earthquakes 2006 Los Angeles Galaxy 2007 Los Angeles Galaxy 2008 San Jose Earthquakes 2009 San Jose Earthquakes 2010 San Jose Earthquakes 2011 San Jose Earthquakes

W 13 14 14 9 9 8 7 13 3

L 7 11 7 7 14 13 14 10 4

T 6 3 9 5 7 9 9 7 3

Pct. .615 .554 .617 .548 .417 .417 .389 .565 .429

GF 47 45 45 37 38 32 36 34 12

GA 29 35 35 37 48 38 50 33 12

MLS Coaching Totals:

90

87

58

.508

326

317

Playoffs: YEAR CLUB 2001 San Jose Earthquakes 2002 San Jose Earthquakes 2003 San Jose Earthquakes 2010 San Jose Earthquakes MLS Coaching Totals:

W 5 0 3 1 9

L 1 2 1 2 6

T 0 0 0 0 0

Pct. .833 .000 .750 .333 .600

GF 13 2 12 3 30

GA 3 4 8 3 18

Earthquakes Player Bios: #23 ANTHONY AMPAIPITAKWONG MID 5-8 160 DOB 6-14-88 CARROLLTON, TX MLS: Made MLS debut on 3/19 vs. RSL, coming on as a substitute in the 81st minute ... Came on as a substitute vs. CHV on 4/23 in the 55th minute ... Got first career start and played 72 minutes at PHI on 4/30 ... Came on as a substitute in the 61st minute vs. CLB on 5/14 ... Came on as a substitute in the 64th minute vs. NE on 5/21 ... Exhibition: -- ... Open Cup Qualifying: Started and played 82 minutes vs. CHI on 5/24 … Reserves: Played 90 minutes on 3/22 vs. VAN ... Played 30 minutes on 4/3 vs. SEA before leaving game with ankle injury ... Started and played 69 minutes on 4/23 vs. CHV and scored a goal. Last MLS Game: 5/21/11 vs. NE; Last Goal: --; Last Assist: -2011 MLS Single Game Highs: G: -- … A: --

#33 STEVEN BEITASHOUR DEF 5-10 170 DOB 2-1-87 SAN JOSE, CA ________________ MLS: DNP at NY on 4/16 or vs. CHV on 4/23 due to left MCL sprain ... Made first start of season and played 90 minutes at VAN on 5/11 ... Exhibition: -... Open Cup Qualifying: Got first action of the season in start at POR on 5/3, playing full 120 minutes … Played 120 minutes vs. CHI on 5/24 ... Reserves: Played 90 minutes on 3/22 vs. VAN ... Played 90 minutes on 4/3 vs. SEA ... Last MLS Game: 5/11/11 at VAN; Last Goal: 4/24/10 at CHV; Last Assist: -2011 MLS Single Game Highs: G: -- … A: --

#1 DAVID BINGHAM GK 6-2 MLS: -- Exhibition: -- ... Open Cup: --. Last MLS Game: --; Last Shutout: -; Most Saves: -2011 MLS Game Highs: SV: -- ... SOG: --

185

DOB

10-19-89

CASTRO VALLEY, CA

#2 BOBBY BURLING DEF 6-5 195 DOB 10-15-84 CLEAR LAKE CITY, TX MLS: Made season debut with start at PHI on 4/30 and played all 90 minutes ... Played 90 minutes at VAN on 5/11 ... Exhibition: -- ... Open Cup Qualifying: Started and played full 120 minutes at POR on 5/3 … Played 120 minutes vs. CHI on 5/24 ... Reserves: Played 90 minutes on 3/22 vs. VAN, on 4/3 vs. SEA and on 4/23 vs. CHV ... Last MLS Game: 5/11/11 at VAN; Last Goal: 5/8/10 vs. NY; Last Assist: 5/22/10 at SEA 2011 MLS Game Highs: G: -- ... A: --

#18 JON BUSCH GK 5-10 165 DOB 8-18-76 ALBANY, NY MLS: Played 90 minutes vs. RSL on 3/19, vs. SEA on 4/2, vs. TOR on 4/9, at NY on 4/16, vs. CHV on 4/23, at PHI on 4/30 and at VAN on 5/11 ... Recorded shutouts at DAL on 3/26, vs. CLB on 5/14 and vs. NE on 5/21 ... Finished fifth in MLS Save of the Week voting for denying Thierry Henry in a 30 loss against NY on 4/16 … Exhibition: -- ... Open Cup: --. Last MLS Game: 5/21/11 vs. NE; Last Shutout: 5/14/11 vs. CLB; Most Saves: 12 (8/29/04) 2011 MLS Game Highs: SV: 6 ... SOG: 9


San Jose Earthquakes vs. Chicago Fire, May 28, 2011 5:30 p.m. PT #11 BOBBY CONVEY MID 5-9 150 DOB 5-27-83 PHILADELPHIA, PA MLS: Played 90 minutes vs. RSL on 3/19, at DAL on 3/26, vs. TOR on 4/9, at NY on 4/16 and vs. CHV on 4/23 ... Notched first assist of season in 90 minutes vs. SEA on 4/2 … Came on as substitute at PHI on 4/30 in the 58th minute and received a yellow card ... Played full 90 minutes vs. CLB on 5/14, recording second assist of the season ... Played 90 minutes vs. NE on 5/21, received a yellow card and scored the match-winning goal ... Exhibition: -... Open Cup Qualifying: Started and played 93 minutes at POR on 5/3. Last MLS Game: 5/21/11 vs. NE; Last Goal: 5/21/11 vs. NE; Last Assist: 5/14/11 vs. CLB 2011 MLS Game Highs: G: 1 … A: 1

#12 RAMIRO CORRALES MID 6-0 180 DOB 3-12-77 SALINAS, CA MLS: Started on 3/19 vs. RSL and played 66 minutes ... Started on 3/26 at DAL and played 89 minutes ... Played full 90 minutes on 4/2 vs. SEA and set the new Quakes all-time record for career starts, surpassing former goalkeeper Joe Cannon ... Started on 4/9 vs. TOR and played 85 minutes, receiving a yellow card ... Started on 4/16 at NY and played 76 minutes ... Played 90 minutes vs. CHV on 4/23, setting a new Quakes record for career minutes played … Corrales also passed the 20,000 career minutes played mark and also picked up first assist of the season against CHV on 4/23 ... Played 90 minutes at VAN on 5/11 ... Exhibition: -- ... Open Cup Qualifying: Started and played full 120 minutes at POR on 5/3, receiving a yellow card ... Played 120 minutes vs. CHI on 5/24 ... Last MLS Game: 5/11/11 at VAN; Last Goal: 5/29 vs. COL; Last Assist: 4/23/11 vs. CHV 2011 MLS Game Highs: G: -- ... A: 1

#4 SAM CRONIN MID 5-10 165 DOB 12-12-86 WINSTON-SALEM, NC MLS: Played 90 minutes vs. RSL on 3/19 and received a yellow card ... Played full 90 minutes at DAL on 3/26 and vs. SEA on 4/2... Started and played 90 minutes vs. TOR on 4/9, receiving yellow card ... Played 90 minutes at NY on 4/16 and vs. CHV on 4/23, receiving a yellow card against CHV ... Came on as a substitute at PHI on 4/30 in the 64th minute ... Played 90 minutes at VAN on 5/11 ... Came on as substitute in 72nd minute vs. CLB on 5/14 ... Exhibition: -- ... Open Cup Qualifying: Started and played 120 minutes at POR on 5/3, tallying the game winning assist and receiving a yellow card ... Played full 120 minutes against CHI on 5/24. Last MLS Game: 5/14/11 vs. CLB; Last Goal: 6/13/09 vs. NY; Last Assist: 5/22/10 vs. NE 2011 MLS Game Highs: G: -- … A: --

#10 SIMON DAWKINS MID 5-10 160 DOB 12-1-87 EDGWARE, ENGLAND MLS: Made MLS debut on 3/19 vs. RSL, coming on as a substitute in the 66th minute ... Made first MLS start on 3/26 at DAL and played 85 minutes ... Started, played 85 minutes and scored first career MLS goal on 4/2 vs. SEA in 32nd minute ... Played 90 minutes and scored second goal of season vs. Toronto FC on 4/9 ... Nominated for MLS Goal of the Week on 4/11 and finished No. 3 in the voting … Started and played 63 minutes at NY on 4/16 ... Started and played 79 minutes on 4/23 vs. CHV ... DNP at PHI on 4/30, at VAN on 5/11, vs. CLB on 5/14 or vs. NE on 5/21 due to calf injury ... Exhibition: -- ... Open Cup: -- …Reserves: Played 75 minutes and notched assist on 3/22 vs. VAN. Last MLS Game: 4/23/11 vs. CHV; Last Goal: 4/9/11 vs. TOR; Last Assist: -- ; 2011 MLS Game Highs: G: 1 … A: --

#17 JOEY GJERTSEN MID 5-9 165 DOB 6-13-82 TACOMA, WA MLS: Started on 3/19 vs. RSL and played 72 minutes … Started on 3/26 at DAL and played 72 minutes, notching first assist of season ... Started on 4/2 vs. SEA and played 45 minutes ... Came on as a substitute vs. TOR on 4/9 in the 85th minute ... DNP at NY on 4/16, vs. CHV on 4/23 or at PHI on 4/30 due to right groin strain ... Started and played 60 minutes vs. CLB on 5/14 and notched his second assist of the season ... Started and played 63 minutes vs. NE on 5/21 ... Exhibition: -- … Open Cup: --. Last MLS Game: 5/21/11 vs. NE; Last Goal: 5/8/10 vs. NY; Last Assist: 5/14/11 vs. CLB 2011 MLS Game Highs: G: -- … A: 1

#21 JASON HERNANDEZ DEF 5-10 170 DOB 8-26-83 ENGLEWOOD, NJ MLS: Played 90 minutes vs. RSL on 3/19, at DAL on 3/26, vs. SEA on 4/2, vs. TOR on 4/9, at NY on 4/16, vs. CHV on 4/23, at PHI on 4/30 and vs. NE on 5/21 ... Received a yellow card against CLB on 5/14 in 90 minutes of action ... Exhibition: -- ... Open Cup: -Last MLS Game: 5/21/11 vs. NE; Last Goal: --; Last Assist: 10/2/08 at DAL 2011 MLS Game Highs: G: -- … A: --

#22 OMAR JASSEH MID 5-7 145 DOB 11-1-92 BANJUL, GAMBIA MLS: DNP vs. RSL on 3/19, at DAL on 3/26 or vs. SEA on 4/2 due to left hamstring strain, and vs. TOR on 4/9, at NY on 4/16, vs. CHV on 4/23 and at PHI on 4/30 due to U-20 Gambian National Team Duty ... Exhibition: -- ... Open Cup: -Last MLS Game: 8/28/10 at NY; Last Goal: --; Last Assist: -2011 MLS Game Highs: G: -- … A: --

#19 RYAN JOHNSON FWD 6-1 180 DOB 11-26-84 BOSTON, MA MLS: Played 90 minutes vs. RSL on 3/19, at DAL on 3/26, vs. SEA on 4/2, vs. TOR on 4/9 and at NY on 4/16 ... Came on as a substitute in the 64th minute vs. CHV on 4/23 and at PHI on 4/30 in the 72nd minute ... Played 90 minutes at VAN on 5/11 and notched first assist of the season ... Played 90 minutes vs. CLB on 5/14 and notched second assist of year, also receiving a yellow card ... Started and played 66 minutes vs. NE on 5/21 ... Exhibition: -- ... Open Cup Qualifying: Started and played 110 minutes at POR on 5/3, picking up a yellow card ... Reserves: Started and played 88 minutes on 4/23 vs. CHV, tallying one goal and one assist ... Last MLS Game: 5/21/11 vs. NE; Last Goal: 5/8/10 vs. NY; Last Assist: 5/14/11 vs. CLB 2011 MLS Game Highs: G: - … A: 1


San Jose Earthquakes vs. Chicago Fire, May 28, 2011 5:30 p.m. PT #3 CHRIS LEITCH DEF 5-11 165 DOB 4-1-79 BALTIMORE, OH MLS: Played 90 minutes vs. RSL on 3/19 and received a yellow card ... Played full 90 minutes at DAL on 3/26 and notched first assist of season ... Played 90 minutes vs. SEA on 4/2 and received a yellow card ... Came on a substitute in the 62nd minute on 4/16 at NY ... Played full 90 minutes vs. CHV on 4/23, at PHI on 4/30, vs. CLB on 5/14 and vs. NE on 5/21 ... Exhibition: -- ... Open Cup: --. Last MLS Game: 5/21/11 vs. NE; Last Goal: --; Last Assist: 3/26/11 at DAL 2011 MLS Game Highs: G: -- … A: 1

#24 STEVEN LENHART FWD 6-1 190 DOB 8-28-86 JACKSONVILLE, FL MLS: DNP vs. RSL on 3/19, at DAL on 3/26, vs. SEA on 4/2, vs. TOR on 4/9 or at NY on 4/16 due to right knee arthroscopy ... Made Earthquakes debut by coming on as a substitute in the 80th minute vs. CHV on 4/23 ... Made first start and played full 90 minutes at PHI on 4/30 ... Played 90 minutes at VAN on 5/11 ... Played 90 minutes vs. CLB on 5/14 and picked up first assist as an Earthquake ... Played 90 minutes and received a yellow card vs. NE on 5/21 ... Exhibition: --... Open Cup Qualifying: Came on as substitute in 83rd minute at POR on 5/3 and received a yellow card ... Came on as a substitute in the 83rd minute vs. CHI on 5/24 ... Reserves: Started and played first half of game on 4/23 vs. CHV and received a yellow card ... Last MLS Game: 5/21/11 vs. NE; Last Goal: 9/25/10 at NE; Last Assist: 5/14/11 vs. CLB 2011 MLS Game Highs: G: -- … A: 1

#28 ANDRE LUIZ MID 6-0 174 DOB 11-14-74 SAO PAULO, BRAZIL MLS: DNP vs. RSL on 3/19 at DAL on 3/26, vs. SEA on 4/2, vs. TOR on 4/9, at NY on 4/16, vs. CHV on 4/23, at PHI on 4/30, at VAN on 5/11 vs. CLB on 5/14 or vs. NE on 5/21 due to left knee injury ... Exhibition: -- ... Open Cup: --. Last MLS Game: 6/5/10 at FCD; Last Goal: --; Last Assist: 6/2/10 vs. CLB 2011 MLS Game Highs: G: -- … A: --

#32 MATT LUZUNARIS FWD 6-1 170 DOB 03-06-89 MARGATE, FLA MLS: Made MLS debut on 4/9 vs. TOR, coming on as a substitute in the 80th minute ... Came on as a substitute at NY on 4/16 in 77th minute ... DNP on 4/23 vs. CHV due to left hip flexor strain ... Exhibition: -- ... Open Cup: -- ... Reserves: Played 90 minutes on 3/22 vs. VAN and scored the gamewinning goal ... Played 90 minutes on 4/3 vs. SEA ... Last MLS Game: 4/16/11 at. NY; Last Goal: --; Last Assist: -2011 MLS Game Highs: G: -- … A: --

#14 BRANDON MCDONALD MID 6-1 185 DOB 1-16-86 GLENDALE, AZ MLS: Played 90 minutes vs. RSL on 3/19, at DAL on 3/26, vs. SEA on 4/2 and vs. TOR on 4/9 … Made 50th career start against SEA on 4/2 ... Played 90 minutes at NY on 4/16 and received a yellow card ... Played full 90 minutes vs. CHV on 4/23 ... Started and played 63 minutes at PHI on 4/30 and received a yellow card ... Started and scored first goal of the season vs. CLB on 5/14, before being sent off for a red card in the 79th minute ... DNP vs. NE on 5/21 due to red card suspension ... Exhibition: -- ... Open Cup Qualifying: Played 120 minutes vs. CHI on 5/24 ... Last MLS Game: 5/14/11 vs. CLB; Last Goal: 5/14/11 vs. CLB; Last Assist: 10/20/10 vs. CHV 2011 MLS Game Highs: G: 1 … A: --

#25 ELLIS MCLOUGHLIN FWD 5-10 170 DOB 7-8-90 SEATTLE, WA ________________ MLS: Made MLS debut on 3/19 vs. RSL, coming on as a substitute in the 72nd minute ... Came on as a substitute in the 72nd minute on 3/26 at DAL ... DNP vs. TOR on 4/9 or at NY on 4/16 due to back strain ... Came on as a substitute in the 67th vs. NE on 5/21 and scored his first career MLS goal ... Exhibition: -- ... Open Cup Qualifying: Came on as a substitute in the 111th minute at POR on 5/3 … Started and played 45 minutes vs. CHI on 5/24, scoring a goal ... Reserves: Played 90 minutes and notched assist on 3/22 vs. VAN ... Started and played 85 minutes on 4/23 vs. CHV ... Last MLS Game: 5/21/11 vs. NE; Last Goal: 5/21/11 vs. NE; Last Assist: -2011 MLS Single Game Highs: G: 1 … A: --

#15 JUSTIN MORROW DEF 5-9 165 DOB 10-4-87 CLEVELAND, OHIO MLS: Got first career MLS start and played 90 minutes at PHI on 4/30 ... Exhibition: -- ... Open Cup Qualifying: Came on as substitute in 94th minute at POR on 5/3 … Played 120 minutes vs. CHI on 5/24 and scored a goal ... Reserves: Played 90 minutes on 3/22 vs. VAN, on 4/3 vs. SEA and on 4/23 vs. CHV ... Last MLS Game: 4/30/11 at PHI; Last Goal: --; Last Assist: -2011 MLS Game Highs: G: -- … A: --

#6 IKE OPARA DEF 6-2 180 DOB 2-21-89 DURHAM, NC MLS: Made 2011 season debut on 3/26 at Dallas, coming on as a substitute in the 82nd minute … Entered the game as a substitute in the 70th minute against SEA on 4/2 ... Made first start of the season on 4/9 vs. TOR and played all 90 minutes, receiving a yellow card ... Played 90 minutes at NY on 4/16 and at VAN on 5/11 ... Came on as a substitute in the 82nd minute vs. CLB on 5/14 ... Played 90 minutes vs. NE on 5/21 ... Exhibition: -- ... Open Cup Qualifying: Played all 120 minutes at POR on 5/3, receiving a yellow card and scoring the game winning goal in the 120th minute … Reserves: Played 90 minutes on 3/22 vs. VAN ... Started and played 64 minutes on 4/3 vs. SEA ... Played 90 minutes on 4/23 vs. CHV ... Last MLS Game: 5/21/11 vs. NE; Last Goal: 7/3/10 vs. D.C.; Last Assist: -2011 MLS Game Highs: G: -- … A: --


San Jose Earthquakes vs. Chicago Fire, May 28, 2011 5:30 p.m. PT #5 BRAD RING MID 5-10 165 DOB 4-7-87 ROCKFORD, IL MLS: Made 2011 season debut on 3/26 at Dallas, coming on as a substitute in the 90th minute ... Made first start of season and played 90 minutes at PHI on 4/30 ... Played 90 minutes at VAN on 5/11 ... Started and played 71 minutes, recording first career point with an assist vs. CLB on 5/14 ... Played 90 minutes vs. NE on 5/21 ... Exhibition: -- ... Open Cup Qualifying: Played all 120 minutes at POR on 5/3, picking up a yellow card … Started and played 70 minutes vs. CHI on 5/24, picking up a yellow card ... Reserves: Played 90 minutes on 3/22 vs. VAN, on 4/3 vs. SEA and on 4/23 vs. CHV, receiving a yellow card against CHV ... Last MLS Game: 5/21/11 vs. NE; Last Goal: --; Last Assist: 5/14/11 vs. CLB 2011 MLS Game Highs: G: -- … A: 1

#9 SCOTT SEALY FWD 5-10 175 DOB 6-4-81 CHAGUANAS, TRINIDAD MLS: DNP vs. RSL on 3/19 or at DAL on 3/26 due to right groin strain ... Made 2011 season debut on 4/2 vs. SEA, coming on as a substitute in the 85th minute ... Came on as a substitute in the 64th minute at NY on 4/16 ... Got first start of the season on 4/23 vs. CHV, playing 63 minutes ... Started at PHI on 4/30 and played 57 minutes ... Started and played 63 minutes at VAN on 5/11 ... DNP vs. NE on 5/21 due to left hamstring strain ... Exhibition: -- ... Open Cup Qualifying: Came on as a substitute in the 46th minute vs. CHI on 5/24 ... Last MLS Game: 5/11/11 at VAN; Last Goal: 10/18/08 at KC; Last Assist: 6/2/10 vs. CLB 2011 MLS Game Highs: G: -- … A: --

#7 KHARI STEPHENSON MID 6-1 185 DOB 1-18-81 KINGSTON, JAMAICA MLS: Started and played 81 minutes on 3/19 vs. RSL and received a yellow card ... DNP on 3/26 at DAL due to national team duty with Jamaica ... Scored first goal of season vs. SEA on 4/2 after coming on as a substitute at the half ... Goal vs. SEA on 4/2 won MLS Goal of the Week honors … Started and played 80 minutes vs. TOR on 4/9 ... Started and played 61 minutes at NY on 4/16 ... Started and played 54 minutes on 4/23 vs. CHV, th notching first assist of the season ... Came on as a substitute in 64 minute at VAN on 5/11 ... Played 90 minutes and scored second goal of the season vs. CLB on 5/14 ... Played 90 minutes vs. NE on 5/21 ... Exhibition: -- ... Open Cup Qualifying: Started and played 82 minutes at POR on 5/3 ... Came on as a substitute in the 71st minute vs. CHI on 5/24 and picked up a yellow card ... Last MLS Game: 5/21/11 vs. NE; Last Goal: 5/14/11 vs. CLB; Last Assist: 4/23/11 vs. CHV 2011 MLS Game Highs: G: 1 … A: 1

#20 TIM WARD DEF 6-0 165 DOB 2-28-87 WAUKESHA, WI ___ MLS: DNP vs. RSL on 3/19, at DAL on 3/26, vs. SEA on 4/2, vs. TOR on 4/9, at NY on 4/16, vs. CHV on 4/23, at PHI on 5/3, at VAN on 5/11, vs. CLB on 5/14 or vs. NE on 5/21 due to right hamstring strain ... Exhibition: -- ... Open Cup: --. Last MLS Game: 10/23/10 at KC; Last Goal: --; Last Assist: 10/9/10 at D.C. 2011 MLS Game Highs: G: -- … A: --

#13 ANDREW WEBER GK 6-2 190 DOB 9-9-83 PHOENIX, AZ MLS: -- … Exhibition: -- ... Open Cup Qualifying: Saw first action of season playing full game at POR on 5/3, making three saves and recording a shutout … Played 120 minutes vs. CHI on 5/24 ... Reserves: Notched 2-1 win vs. VAN on 3/22 ... Played 90 minutes on 4/3 vs. SEA and made seven saves ... Earned 3-1 win vs. CHV on 4/23 ... Last MLS Game: 10/17/09 at CHV; Last Shutout: --; Most Saves: 8 2011 MLS Game Highs: SV: -- … SOG: --

#8 CHRIS WONDOLOWSKI FWD 6-0 165 DOB 1-28-83 DANVILLE, CA MLS: Played 90 minutes vs. RSL on 3/19 and vs. SEA on 4/2… Scored first two goals of season and surpassed Eric Wynalda for No. 5 on the Quakes all-time scoring list at DAL on 3/26 … First of two goals vs. DAL on 4/2 was nominated for MLS Goal of the Week and finished No. 4 in the voting ... Played all 90 minutes on 4/9 vs. TOR, notched first assist of the season and received a yellow card ... Played 90 minutes at NY on 4/16 ... Played 90 minutes vs. CHV on 4/23, scoring his third goal of the season ... Played full 90 minutes at PHI on 4/30 ... Played 90 minutes at VAN on 5/11, scoring his fourth goal of the season ... Started and played 81 minutes, scoring fifth goal of the season vs. CLB on 5/14 ... Played 90 minutes vs. NE on 5/21, recording second assist of the season ... Exhibition: -- ... Open Cup Qualifying: Played all 120 minutes at POR on 5/3 ... Played 120 minutes vs. CHI on 5/24, receiving a yellow card ... Last MLS Game: 5/21/11 vs. NE; Last Goal: 5/14/11 vs. CLB; Last Assist: 5/21/11 vs. NE 2011 MLS Game Highs: G: 2, on 3/26/11 at DAL … A: 1


San Jose Earthquakes vs. Chicago Fire, May 28, 2011 5:30 p.m. PT SAN JOSE EARTHQUAKES ALPHABETICAL ROSTER No. 23 33 1 2 18 11 12 4 10 17 21 22 19 3 24 28 32 14 25 15 6 5 9 7 20 13 8

Player Anthony Ampaipitakwong Steven Beitashour David Bingham Bobby Burling Jon Busch Bobby Convey Ramiro Corrales Sam Cronin Simon Dawkins Joey Gjertsen Jason Hernandez Omar Jasseh Ryan Johnson Chris Leitch Steven Lenhart Andre Luiz Matt Luzunaris Brandon McDonald Ellis McLoughlin Justin Morrow Ike Opara Brad Ring Scott Sealy Khari Stephenson Tim Ward Andrew Weber Chris Wondolowski

Pos. M D/M GK D GK M D M M M D M F D F M F D F D/M D M F M D GK M/F

Ht. 5-8 5-10 6-2 6-5 5-10 5-9 6-0 5-10 5-10 5-9 5-11 5-7 6-1 5-11 6-1 6-0 6-1 6-1 5-10 5-9 6-2 5-10 5-10 6-1 6-0 6-2 6-0

Wt. 160 170 185 195 165 150 180 165 160 165 170 145 180 165 190 174 170 185 165 165 180 165 175 185 165 190 165

Birthdate 6-14-88 2-1-87 10-19-89 10-15-84 8-18-76 5-27-83 3-12-77 12-12-86 12-1-87 6-13-82 8-26-83 11-1-92 11-26-84 4-1-79 8-28-86 11-14-74 3-6-89 1-16-86 7-8-90 10-4-87 2-21-89 4-7-87 6-4-81 1-18-81 2-28-87 9-9-83 1-28-83

Hometown Carrollton, TX San Jose, CA Pleasanton, CA Monument, CO Albany, NY Philadelphia, PA Salinas, CA Winston-Salem, NC Edgware, England Tacoma, WA Englewood, NJ Banjul, Gambia Boston, MA Baltimore, OH Yorba Linda, CA Sao Paulo, Brazil Margate, FLA Glendale, AZ Seattle, WA Cleveland, OH Durham, NC Rockford, IL Chaguanas, Trinidad Kingston, Jamaica Waukesha, WI Phoenix, AZ Danville, CA

College STATUS Akron San Diego State California GEN Loyola Marymount UNC Charlotte --Wake Forest -INTL Evergreen State College Seton Hall -INTL Oregon State North Carolina Azusa Pacific -INTL Central Florida San Francisco Washington Notre Dame Wake Forest GEN Indiana Wake Forest INTL Williams College INTL Saint Louis New Mexico Chico State

EARTHQUAKES NUMERICAL ROSTER AND PRONUNCIATION GUIDE No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 28 32 33

Player Pos. David Bingham GK Bobby Burling D Chris Leitch D Sam Cronin M Brad Ring M Ike Opara D Khari Stephenson M Chris Wondolowski M/F Scott Sealy F Simon Dawkins M Bobby Convey M Ramiro Corrales D Andrew Weber GK Brandon McDonald M Justin Morrow D/M Joey Gjertsen M Jon Busch GK Ryan Johnson M/F Tim Ward D Jason Hernandez D Omar Jasseh M Anthony Ampaipitakwong M Steven Lenhart F Ellis McLoughlin F Andre Luiz M Matt Luzunaris F Steven Beitashour D/M

Pronunciation BING-um LEECH

oh-PAR-ah CAR-ee wan-dough-LOWW-skee

JURT-son

JASS-ee am-PIE-pitak-won LEN-heart mic-LOFF-lin lou-EEZ lou-zah-NAIR-is BAY-tah-sure

Place of Birth Castro Valley, CA Clear Lake City, TX Columbus, OH Atlanta, GA Rockford, IL Durham, NC Kingston, Jamaica Danville, CA Chaguanas, Trinidad Edgware, England Philadelphia, PA Los Angeles, CA Austin, TX Glendale, AZ Cleveland, OH Tacoma, WA Queens, NY Kingston, Jamaica Waukesha, WI New York City, NY Banjul, Gambia Carrollton, TX Jacksonville, FL Seattle, WA Sao Paulo, Brazil Margate, FLA San Jose, CA

Last Club California Chivas USA New York Red Bulls Toronto FC Indiana University Wake Forest Aalesunds FK (Norway) Houston Dynamo Maccabi Tel Aviv (Israel) Tottenham (England) Reading F.C. (England) S.K. Brann (Norway) Montreal Impact (USL) Los Angeles Galaxy Notre Dame Montreal Impact (USL) Chicago Fire Osters IF (Sweden) Chicago Fire Chivas USA -Akron Columbus Crew Hertha BSC (Germany) Jaguares de Chiapas (Mexico) SK Rapid Wien (Austria) San Diego State

Key: GA = Generation adidas; GC = Green Card; INTL = International;

Head Coach: Frank Yallop Assistant Coach: Ian Russell Assistant Coach: Mark Watson

Goalkeeper Coach: Jason Batty Head Athletic Trainer: Bruce Morgan Equipment Manager: Jose Vega

Team Administrator: Joe Dincecco Fitness Coach: Greg Tella Asst. Athletic Trainer: Hank House


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17 10

55M 90F 90M 64F 58F 80M 90M 32 90D

90D

90D 90D 28 90D 90D 90M 90M 26 90M 90M 90M 90D 26 90F 64M 90D 62M 90M 26 64M 90M 76D

14

35 10

90D

90D 18 72M 8 90M 82F

90D 90M 90D 90M 90F

90D 90D

90D 90D

72M 29 26 90F 90F 90F 90F 23

90D 90D 90D 90D 90D 90D 90D

90D 90D 90D 90D 90D 90D 64M 79D 90D 71M 73M 45M 5 61M 64M 90G 90G 90G 90G 90G 90G 90G 90G 90G 90G 90F 90F 90F 90M 90F 26 18 90M 90M 67M

90D 90D 70D 90M 90M 90M 90M 1 7 20 90D 81F 45 80M 90F 90F 90F 90F 5 24 83M 85M 90M 90M 90M 90M 90M 66D 89D 90D 85D

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 RSL DAL SEA TOR NY CHV PHI VAN CLB NE 0-1 2-0 2-2 1-1 0-3 1-2 0-1 1-1 3-0 2-1

SAN JOSE EARTHQUAKES David Bingham Bobby Burling Chris Leitch Sam Cronin Brad Ring Ike Opara Khari Stephenson Chris Wondolowski Scott Sealy Simon Dawkins Bobby Convey Ramiro Corrales Andrew Weber Brandon McDonald Justin Morrow Joey Gjertsen Jon Busch Ryan Johnson Tim Ward Jason Hernandez Omar Jasseh Anthony Ampaipitakwong Steven Lenhart Ellis McLoughlin Andre Luiz Matt Luzunaris Steven Beitashour

"00" = 100 minutes played F/M/D/G = starting position


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log: #1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 #7 #8 #9 #10 03/19/2011 03/26/2011 04/02/2011 04/09/2011 04/16/2011 04/23/2011 04/30/2011 05/11/2011 05/14/2011 05/21/2011

SJ SJ SJ SJ SJ SJ SJ SJ SJ SJ

vs at vs vs at vs at at vs vs

RSL 1 DAL 0 SEA 2 TOR 1 NY 3 CHV 2 PHI 1 VAN 1 CLB 0 NE 1

L W T T L L L T W W 16

Wondolowski 4 (Johnson 1) 39 Wondolowski 5 (Johnson 2, Ring 1) 50; McDonald 1 (Lenhart 1, Gjertsen 2) 59; Stephenson 2 (Convey 2) McLoughlin 1 (Wondolowski 2) 71; Convey 1 (unassisted) 83

Wondolowski 3 (Stephenson 1, Corrales 1)

Wondolowski 1 (Leitch 1) 5; Wondolowski 2 (Gjertsen 1) 23 Dawkins 1 (Convey 1) 32; Stephenson 1 (unassisted) 52 Dawkins 2 (Wondolowski 1) 38

SAN JOSE EARTHQUAKES 0 2 2 1 0 1 0 1 3 2

62


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SJ

W (OT)

Opara (Cronin) 120

SAN JOSE EARTHQUAKES U.S. OPEN CUP Q2 POR 1-0 120D 120M 120M 120D 83M 120F

94M 120D 120G 26

111F

37 9

120D

1 at POR 0

David Bingham Bobby Burling Chris Leitch Sam Cronin Brad Ring Ike Opara Khari Stephenson Chris Wondolowski Scott Sealy Simon Dawkins Bobby Convey Ramiro Corrales Andrew Weber Brandon McDonald Justin Morrow Joey Gjertsen Jon Busch Ryan Johnson Tim Ward Jason Hernandez Omar Jasseh Anthony Ampaipitakwong Steven Lenhart Ellis McLoughlin Andre Luiz Matt Luzunaris Steven Beitashour

05/03/2011

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