Code: [size=2] [u][url=http://www.mlsnet.com/games/03/tracker.php?gamename=10102003_CLBCHI&version=recap]Friday: Columbus 0-2 Chicago[/url][/u] Player Name Minutes Goals Assists Beasley 90 0 0 Gray 90 0 0 Pause 90 0 0 Jaqua 90 1 0 Martino 18 0 0 Buddle 90 0 0 Akwari 90 0 0 [u][url=http://www.mlsnet.com/games/03/tracker.php?gamename=10102003_SJCOL&version=recap]Friday: San Jose 0-0 Colorado[/url][/u] Player Name Minutes Goals Assists Donovan 90 0 0 Walker 19 0 0 Alvarez 23 0 0 Borchers 90 0 0 Trembly 20 0 0 Becks 70 0 0 [u][url=http://www.mlsnet.com/games/03/tracker.php?gamename=10112003_DCNE&version=recap]Saturday: DCU 0-1 New England[/url][/u] Player Name Minutes Goals Assists Convey 90 0 0 Warren 90 **6 Saves [b]Warren named Man of the Match[/b] [u][url=http://www.mlsnet.com/games/03/tracker.php?gamename=10112003_DALMET&version=recap]Saturday: Dallas 0-0 Metrostars[/url][/u] Player Name Minutes Goals Assists Johnson 95 0 0 Countess 90 **5 Saves Salyer 5 0 0 Stone 90 0 0 Gaven 90 0 0 Regan 90 0 0 Magee 5 0 0 [b]Countess named Man of the Match[/b] [u][url=http://www.mlsnet.com/games/03/tracker.php?gamename=10112003_LAKC&version=recap]Saturday: Los Angeles 1-2 Kansas City[/url][/u] Player Name Minutes Goals Assists Lewis 90 0 0 Memo 75 0 0 Hercules **Extra Time [/size] And the goalkeepers square off. Warren has a very nice game against New England, only to see a PK ruin his shutout. Countess counters by shutting down two PKs. Nice. Other than that, it was painfully obvious that the season has wound down, and the sandbagging has begun. Some highlights for the week were Memo getting his first start, and setting up the sequence that led to Ruiz's PK goal. Borchers played another solid week in defense, as did Ricky Lewis for the Galaxy. The Columbus U23 contingency has to be bummed right now, as they are pretty much out of the playoffs despite so much talent on one squad. Why Andrulis insisted on benching Martino in lieu of APC is a question we'll probably never get an answer to, but I for one think a sacking is in order immediately following the regular season. I'll give my own personal player of the week award to Nate Jaqua, who looked like the player I know from the University of Portland when he rode off a couple of Crew players, played a beautiful 1-2 with Razov, then rode off another tackle, and in full sprint chipped the keeper for the first goal scored in the new/old Soldier Field. Easy Goal of the Week pick. Good stuff coming up this week - a U23 USOC final between Chicago and NY, and of course the U23 friendly versus Haiti in Florida.