MLS injured list

Atlanta United

8.4Jacob PetersonF00-0
31.3Josef MartinezF00-0

Chicago Fire

20.5Jorge BavaG00-0
11.3John GoossensM00-0

Colorado Rapids

20.5Bismark AdjeiM00-0
17.3Axel SjobergD00-0

Columbus Crew

13.5Ethan FinlayM00-0?
22.4Ben SwansonM00-0
8.4Brad StuverG00-0?
11.3Gaston SauroD00-0

D.C. United

20.5Sean FranklinD00-0
13.5Julian BuescherM00-0
22.4Patrick NyarkoM00-0
22.4Nick DeLeonM00-0
15.4Eric KlenofskyG00-0
31.3Rob VincentM00-0


13.5Paxton PomykalM00-0
11.3Mauro DiazM00-0

Houston Dynamo

20.5Alberth ElisF00-0?
13.5Eric AlexanderM00-0
31.3George MalkiD00-0

Los Angeles Galaxy

13.5Jermaine JonesM00-0
22.4Clement DiopG00-0
31.3Sebastian LletgetM00-0
11.3Robbie RogersD00-0

Minnesota United

13.5Thomas de VillardiM/00-0
11.3Bernardo AnorM00-0

Montreal Impact

6.5Matteo MancosuF00-0
22.4Victor CabreraD00-0
31.3Shamit ShomeM00-0
11.3Andres RomeroM00-0

New England Revolution

13.5Juan AgudeloF00-0?
6.5Aurelien CollinD00-0?-
31.3Gideon BaahD00-0

New York City

22.4Khiry SheltonF00-0?
22.4Ronald MatarritaD00-0

Orlando City

29.4Kevin AlstonD00-0

Philadelphia Union

20.5Alejandro BedoyaM00-0?
13.5Roland AlbergM00-0?
13.5Brian CarrollM00-0
11.3Joshua YaroD00-0
11.3Maurice EduM00-0

Portland Timbers

13.5Jeff AttinellaG00-0
6.5Chance MyersD00-0
6.5Darlington NagbeM00-0?
11.3Gbenga ArokoyoD00-0

Real Salt Lake

20.5Demar PhillipsD00-0?
31.3Tony BeltranD00-0?
31.3Chad BarrettF00-0
31.3David HorstD00-0
17.3Jordan AllenM00-0?

San Jose Earthquakes

20.5Andres ImperialeD00-0?
29.4Shea SalinasM00-0
8.4Harold CummingsD00-0
11.3Marvell WynneD00-0
11.3Quincy AmarikwaF00-0
11.3Marc PelosiM00-0

Seattle Sounders

20.5Osvaldo AlonsoM00-0?
13.5Henry WingoD00-0
13.5Roman TorresD00-0
29.4Nouhou ToloD00-0
11.3Aaron KovarM00-0?

Sporting Kansas City

20.5Soony SaadF00-0
20.5Nick HagglundD00-0
20.5Jonathan OsorioM00-0?
20.5Bernie IbiniF00-0
13.5Dom DwyerF00-0?
13.5Sebastian GiovincoF00-0
6.5Christian DeanD00-0
8.4Erik HurtadoF00-0
11.3Brett LevisD00-0
11.3Yordy ReynaM00-0
11.3David EdgarD00-0
11.3Diego RubioF00-0

The list includes both injured and suspended players. The columns are, respectively:

  • date when the player was placed on the list
  • player name
  • player position
  • number of games played
  • number of goals - number of assists
  • status for the day
    • ?+ : likely to play
    • ? : status uncertain
    • ?- : unlikely to play
    • - : will not play
    • s : suspended

News - injuries

Columbus 22.6.17
Hansen undergoes hernia surgery

Columbus Crew winger Niko Hansen had successfully undergone a hernia operation. Hansen was one of two Crew first-round picks in the 2017 MLS Superdraft, take with the ninth overall selection. The rookie has made three starts this season for a total of 13 appearances. He burst on the scene with a goal in his debut, and has added two assists this year. Hansen is expect to miss the Black & Gold's next three matches against the Montreal Impact, Atlanta United, and Minnesota United. After that, Crew is off for nearly two weeks before returning to action against Eintracht Frankfurt in a friendly match on July 17.

Minnesota 21.6.17
Burch undergoes successful surgery

Minnesota United announced that defender Marc Burch underwent successful bi-lateral sports hernia surgery. He is expected to make a full recovery, with a timetable for return from 8-12 weeks. Burch, acquired via a series of transactions with the Colorado Rapids earlier this season, has started nine games for MNUFC this season, totaling 783 minutes.

Vancouv. 17.6.17
Williams suspended after arrest

Vancouver Whitecaps defender Sheanon Williams has been suspended in the wake of his arrest on assault charges on Tuesday. Williams, a 27-year-old former United States youth international, was taken into custody after an alleged domestic incident and has been banned indefinitely pending league and Vancouver police investigations into the matter, MLS confirmed in a statement on Friday.

Montreal 14.6.17
Oyongo to miss rest of 2017 after surgery

Montreal Impact defender Ambroise Oyongo had surgery today to repair a ruptured patella tendon in his right knee suffered while on national team duty Saturday with Cameroon, the Impact announced Tuesday. He will miss the rest of the 2017 MLS season. In his four-year MLS career, the last three with Impact, Oyongo has established himself as one of the top left backs in the league. He suffered the injury in the 18th minute of Cameroon's 1-0 victory over Morocco in a qualifying match for the African Cup of Nations.

Toronto 7.6.17
Ricketts sidelined with strained hamstring

Toronto forward Tosaint Ricketts will be sidelined for three to four weeks by a hamstring strain suffered last week in a 4-0 defeat of Ottawa in the Canadian Championship semifinals. He left that game in the 34th minute with a tight hamstring and didn't make the game-day roster for a 3-0 loss at New England Saturday.

Real 3.6.17
Sunday Stephen suspended

The MLS Disciplinary Committee has suspended Real Salt Lake midfielder Sunday Stephen for one game and issued an undisclosed fine for serious foul play that endangered the safety of an opponent in the 54th minute of Salt Lake's match against the Houston Dynamo on May 31. Stephen will serve the suspension during RSL's match on Saturday, June 3 against Dallas.

LA Galaxy 2.6.17
Brian Rowe sidelined for 6 to 8 weeks

LA Galaxy starting goalkeeper Brian Rowe will miss 6 to 8 weeks with a groin injury. Rowe, who's in his sixth season with the club, had started seven games and his most recent games have also seen some of his best form - making miraculous saves in road victories over Minnesota and San Jose.

Unfortunately for the Galaxy, backup Clement Diop won't be an option for this weekend's game against DC United. Called up by the Senegal National Team, Diop won't return to Los Angeles until June 11th. That means that Jon Kempin, the third-string goalkeeper, will make his Galaxy debut this weekend.

Dallas 31.5.17
Zimmerman set to miss 4 to 6 weeks

Dallas announced on Tuesday that defender Walker Zimmerman will miss four-to-six weeks with a with a MCL strain in his left knee. The injury forced Zimmerman out in the 24th minute of Dallas' 0-0 draw with the Houston Dynamo on Sunday. The club will move on without their starting centerbacks heading into a match with Real Salt Lake. Fellow starter Matt Hedges is currently with the US National Team for camp ahead of a friendly against Venezuela and World Cup qualifiers against Trinidad & Tobago and Mexico.

New Eng. 26.5.17
Angoua suspended

New England Revolution centerback Benjamin Angoua will serve a one game suspension for violent conduct in the 31st minute of New England's match against Columbus Crew SC on May 21. Angoua will serve his suspension this Saturday as the Revs travel to the Red Bulls.

Kyle Beckerman of Real Salt Lake and Michael Murillo of the New York Red Bulls were also suspended one match this week by MLS Disciplinary Committee.

LA Galaxy 24.5.17
Husidic out 6 to 8 weeks

LA Galaxy midfielder Baggio Husidic will be out 6-8 weeks after fracturing his left fibula in the first half of Sunday's 2-1 victory at Minnesota United. He will require a procedure to repair the injury, the latest to sideline the Galaxy's central midfield corps. It followed the foot injury suffered by Sebastian Lletget in March and knee injury Jermaine Jones suffered two weeks ago. Lletget is out for most of the summer, while Jones should remain out for a couple of more weeks. Portuguese Joao Pedro, the only established central midfielder, left the Minnesota game with a hamstring issue though he is expected to play in the Galaxy's game at San Jose on Saturday.

LA Galaxy 22.5.17
Husidic breaks leg

LA Galaxy midfielder Baggio Husidic broke his leg in the first half of Sunday's 2-1 victory at Minnesota United. His injury followed the foot injury suffered by Sebastian Lletget in March and knee injury Jermaine Jones suffered two weeks ago.

Husidic broke his right leg sliding in attempt to tackle Adu Danladi in midfield and immediately went down the ground in the 5th minute. He was stretchered off two minutes later. Husidic's injury leaves first-year Portuguese Joao Pedro as the only established central midfielder.

NY City 21.5.17
New York City without quartet

New York City will be without four players for the third and final game against Orlando City in 2017. Ronald Matarrita and Khiry Shelton remain injured, while Andrea Pirlo has flown back to New York for treatment on a minor knee injury. The Italian is expected to return to training next week. Yangel Herrera's absence continues as he represents Venezuela in the U20 World Cup in Venezuela.

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