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June 20, 2009 at 2:15 PM

Injury report, Seattle v. NY

NEW YORK RED BULLS – OUT: DF Carlos Johnson (broken metatarsal)

QUESTIONABLE: MF Albert Celades (L hip flexor strain): DF Kevin Goldthwaite (L foot sprain); FW Macoumba Kandji (R hamstring strain); MF Jorge Rojas (R adductor strain); PROBABLE: MF Dane Richards (R knee MCL sprain)

SEATTLE SOUNDERS FC – OUT: GK Chris Eylander (L medial knee bone bruise); DF Zach Scott (partial tear abdominal muscle); DF Taylor Graham (R metatarsal fracture); FW Jarrod Smith (L hamstring strain); PROBABLE: MF Peter Vagenas (R ankle pain);

DF Tyrone Marshall (knee bruise)

NY DEF Mike Petke is suspended for this match.

Note: Sounders FC rookie midfielder Steve Zakuani is scheduled to appear on the FSN series, “In My Own Words.” The debut of his interview will be June 29 at 7:30 p.m.

Sounders FC owner Drew Carey, head coach Sigi Schmid, technical director Chris Henderson and goalkeeper Kasey Keller have previously been on the series.

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