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September 12, 2011 at 5:15 PM

Jaqua, Noonan take pay cuts according to updated salary info

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Here’s a chart with Sounders FC’s updated salary information. The “OLD” numbers are as of May 1, 2011. The “NEW” numbers are current through Sept. 1, 2011 as released by the players’ union.

Some notes…

— Forwards Nate Jaqua and Pat Noonan each took pay cuts this season. Jaqua’s base salary went from $200,000 to $140,004. Noonan’s dropped from $96,000 to $48,000.

— Midfielder Brad Evans took a $5,500 hit and injured forward O’Brian White lost a significant chunk ($47,500) of guaranteed compensation.

— We learned the numbers for newcomers Sammy Ochoa ($42,000) and Amadou Sanyang ($32,604). I would assume new goalkeeper Bryan Meredith is in the same boat, although terms of his deal were not available.

— Rookie midfielder Servando Carrasco got a little bump ($42,000 from $32,604).

— Obviously we know by know that midfielder Mauro Rosales is making $42,000, but we also know negotiations are in the works to give him a raise.

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