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September 16, 2010 at 11:14 AM

Pat Noonan put on disabled list, Brad Evans taken off

With MLS roster freeze day yesterday, it seems like this announcement was a day late. Such is this league with its press releases. Anyways, this means Pat Noonan, Jhon Kennedy Hurtado and Peter Vagenas will stay on the injured reserve for the remainder of the season if I understand the rules correctly.

So your 24 guys that will lead the way through the MLS Cup final are: GK Kasey Keller, GK Terry Boss, D James Riley, D Jeff Parke, D Patrick Ianni, D Leo Gonzalez, D Zach Scott, D Tyrone Marshall, D Taylor Graham, D Tyson Wahl, M Osvaldo Alonso, M Nathan Sturgis, M Steve Zakuani, M Sanna Nyassi, M Alvaro Fernandez, M Mike Seamon, M Brad Evans, M Miguel Montano, M David Estrada, M/F Roger Levesque, F Fredy Montero, F Blaise Nkfuo, F Nate Jaqua, F Mike Fucito.

Here’s the release:

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Midfielder/Forward Pat Noonan Placed on Disabled List

Midfielder Brad Evans Removed From Disabled List

RENTON, WASH. – The Seattle Sounders FC announced today midfielder/forward Pat Noonan has been placed on disabled list due to an adductor strain.

As a result, Noonan, 30, will miss the remainder of the season. Noonan, in his eighth season in MLS and first with Seattle, signed with Sounders FC on March 31. He has started eight of 12 appearances with one goal and one assist. His last appearance was in a starting role on July 15 at D.C. United, playing 88 minutes in the 1-0 win.

Seattle Sounders FC Midfielder Brad Evans, placed on the disabled list August 17 has been removed, and will be eligible to return for the October 2 match against Toronto FC on the Xbox Pitch at Qwest Field.

Evans, 25, is in his fourth season in MLS. He started 11 of 12 appearances this season with one goal and three assists. His last appearance was June 10.

Evans started 25 of 27 appearances in 2009, recording three goals and two assists.

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