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MLS injured list (with statistics)

Atlanta United

8.4Jacob PetersonF00-0
31.3Josef MartinezF00-0
11.3Zach LoydD00-0

Chicago Fire

29.4Patrick DoodyD00-030.4 ?
11.3John GoossensM00-0
11.3Matt PolsterM00-030.4 ?

Colorado Rapids

29.4Kortne FordD00-029.4 s
22.4Bismark Adjei-BoatengM00-0
15.4Tim HowardG00-029.4 s
15.4Dillon SernaM00-029.4 ?
17.3Axel SjobergD00-0

Columbus Crew

29.4ArturM00-0
29.4Alex CrognaleD00-030.4 ?
22.4Ben SwansonM00-0
22.4Connor MaloneyD00-0
8.4Brad StuverG00-030.4 ?
17.3Jonathan MensahD00-030.4 ?
11.3Gaston SauroD00-0
11.3Dilly DukaM00-0

D.C. United

29.4Sebastien Le TouxF00-0
22.4Patrick NyarkoM00-0
22.4Steve BirnbaumD00-0
22.4Nick DeLeonM00-0
15.4Eric KlenofskyG00-0
31.3Patrick MullinsF00-0
31.3Rob VincentM00-0

Dallas

29.4Chris SeitzG00-030.4 ?
11.3Mauro DiazM00-0

Houston Dynamo

29.4Ricardo ClarkM00-029.4 ?
15.4AJ DeLaGarzaD00-0
8.4LeonardoD00-0
31.3AgusD00-029.4 ?
31.3George MalkiD00-0

Los Angeles Galaxy

22.4Clement DiopG00-0
31.3Sebastian LletgetM00-0
11.3Robbie RogersD00-0

Minnesota United

29.4Kevin MolinoM00-0?
22.4Rasmus SchullerM00-0?
22.4Bobby ShuttleworthG00-0?
31.3Patrick McLainG00-0
11.3Bernardo AnorM00-0

Montreal Impact

22.4Victor CabreraD00-0
31.3Shamit ShomeM00-0
11.3Andres RomeroM00-0

New England Revolution

29.4Chris TierneyD00-030.4 ?
29.4Sal ZizzoD00-030.4 ?
8.4Mike GrellaM00-0
31.3Gideon BaahD00-0

New York City

22.4Khiry SheltonF00-0
22.4Ronald MatarritaD00-0

Orlando City

29.4Kevin AlstonD00-0
29.4KakaM00-029.4 ?
8.4Jose AjaD00-029.4 ?
11.3Rafael RamosD00-029.4 ?

Philadelphia Union

15.4Ken TribbettD00-0
15.4Warren CreavalleM00-0
8.4John McCarthyG00-0
11.3Maurice EduM00-0
11.3Joshua YaroD00-0

Portland Timbers

29.4Diego ValeriM00-0
29.4Jake GleesonG00-0
8.4Ben ZemanskiM00-0
11.3Gbenga ArokoyoD00-0

Real Salt Lake

29.4Stephen SundayM00-0
29.4Chris WingertD00-0
29.4Nick RimandoG00-030.4 ?
15.4Joao PlataF00-0
8.4Aaron MaundD00-030.4 ?
31.3David HorstD00-0
31.3Tony BeltranD00-030.4 ?
31.3Chad BarrettF00-0
17.3Jordan AllenM00-030.4 ?
11.3Justen GladD00-030.4 ?

San Jose Earthquakes

29.4Shea SalinasM00-0?
15.4Simon DawkinsM00-0
8.4Harold CummingsD00-0
11.3Quincy AmarikwaF00-0
11.3Marvell WynneD00-0
11.3Marc PelosiM00-0

Seattle Sounders

29.4Nouhou ToloD00-0
29.4Chad MarshallD00-0
29.4Oniel FisherD00-0
15.4Roman TorresD00-030.4 ?
11.3Brad EvansD00-030.4 ?
11.3Aaron KovarM00-030.4 ?

Sporting Kansas City

22.4Jason HernandezD00-0
22.4Chris MavingaD00-0
15.4Drew MoorD00-0
15.4Marco BustosM00-0
8.4Erik HurtadoF00-0
8.4Clint IrwinG00-0
31.3Brek SheaM00-0
11.3Ashtone MorganD00-0
11.3Yordy ReynaM00-0
11.3Brett LevisD00-0
11.3Diego RubioF00-0
11.3David EdgarD00-0

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

Colorado 19.4.17
Boateng out 8-10 weeks

Midfielder Nana Boateng is expected to miss significant time after fracturing three vertebrae in his back in Saturday's 2-1 home loss to Real Salt Lake. The injury occurred in the first half when Boateng went up for an aerial challenge with RSL's Luke Mulholland and landed hard on his back. Boateng will miss 8-10 weeks, but the Rapids said the injury will not require surgery.

NY City 18.4.17
Shelton sidelined 4 to 6 weeks

New York City winger Khiry Shelton will miss the next four to six weeks with a hamstring injury. The 23-year old pulled up in the final minutes of NYCFC's 2-0 win over Philadelphia on Friday night. Shelton has come off the bench in four games this season, after scoring four times in 24 appearances last year.

Colorado 15.4.17
Howard suspended 3 games

Colorado Rapids goalkeeper Tim Howard has been suspended for three games and fined an undisclosed amount for profane language directed toward a fan during a game against Sporting Kansas City and an altercation with a fan following the match. The longtime U.S. national team star was penalized Friday, five days after Colorado's 3-1 loss at Sporting on Sunday.

Vancouv. 7.4.17
Shea out up to 12 weeks

The Vancouver Whitecaps say Brek Shea could miss up to 12 weeks with an injury to his left knee. The 27-year-old midfielder was hurt five minutes into Wednesday's second leg of the CONCACAF Champions League semifinal against Tigres UANL. "He's gone for an MRI [on Friday]," Whitecaps head coach Carl Robinson said after Thursday's practice. "If I had to hazard a guess, I'd say it will be six, eight, 10, 12 weeks. That's obviously not great for us."

LA Galaxy 28.3.17
Galaxy loses Lletget for 4 to 6 months

The Galaxy announced that midfielder Sebastian Lletget will undergo surgery next week after injuring his left foot in last week's U.S. National Team game against Honduras. After undergoing tests Monday, it was revealed that Lletget sustained a Lisfranc injury. It was originally diagnosed as a left foot strain. He will be sidelined from four to six months. Lletget scored his first international goal in the fifth minute, but was forced to leave the game in the 18th minute.

Seattle 16.3.17
Roman Torres suspended

Seattle Sounders defender Roman Torres was suspended for a game for his conduct during last weekend's match against the Montreal Impact. Torres kicked Ambroise Oyongo in the leg following the collision in the 37th minute. He will not play on Sunday when the Sounders host the New York Red Bulls.

Colorado 15.3.17
Sjoberg out 6 to 8 weeks

The Colorado Rapids center-back Axel Sjoberg will miss at least 6 to 8 weeks after undergoing left hamstring surgery. The 26-year-old suffered the injury in this weekend's 1-0 loss at the New York Red Bulls. Sjoberg was named a finalist for the MLS Defender of the Year award. With Sjoberg out, Colorado will likely turn to a center-back partnership of Bobby Burling and Jared Watts.

LA Galaxy 9.3.17
Jones, Romney suspended one game

The Galaxy will be without two starters Sunday after midfielder Jermaine Jones and defender Dave Romney received one-game suspensions Wednesday. Jones was suspended and issued an undisclosed fine for his foul against Cristian Colman in the 17th minute of Saturday's game against Dallas. Romney was found guilty of embellishment on a foul to a penalty kick for the Galaxy in the second half.

Chicago 8.3.17
Goossens expected to miss five to six months

Chicago Fire midfielder John Goossens suffered an ankle injury in the season opener Saturday at Columbus and the club released a statement saying the injury is expected to keep him out for five to six months. Goossens will have surgery on Friday at Rush in Chicago. Goossens suffered the injury while closing down a cross in the 94th minute. He turned his ankle while trying to block the cross and he went down.

Orlando 6.3.17
Kaka to miss six weeks

Orlando City's season-opening 1-0 win in its brand new soccer-specific stadium is overshadowed by an injury to team captain and former Ballon d'Or winner Kaka. The Brazilian star, the highest-paid player in MLS, has sustained a Grade 1 to 2 injury to his left hamstring and will be sidelined about six weeks. In 2015, Kaka missed a total of six games due to injuries and international duty. The next year, he missed 10 league games due to various injuries.

Orlando 6.3.17
Kaka exits early with hamstring injury

Kaka limped out of Orlando City's season opener against New York City with hamstring injury. The former AC Milan and Real Madrid star lasted just 11 minutes before asking coach Jason Kreis to be substituted. The match marks the club's first in their new Orlando City Stadium. Kaka scored nine goals and provided a further 10 assists with Orlando last season.

Seattle 28.2.17
Brad Evans to miss 5-7 weeks

Seattle Sounders defender Brad Evans will miss the start of the MLS season after the club announced he will be rested for five to seven weeks due to a calf muscle strain. "We're going to shut him down to make sure he's 100 percent and see if we can't get him for the rest of the season," coach Brian Schmetzer told The Seattle Times. Evans, 31, began suffering leg problems shortly after rejoining Seattle after the U.S. men's national team January training camp.

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