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2004 San Jose Earthquakes season

San Jose Earthquakes
2004 season
OwnerAEG
CoachDominic Kinnear
StadiumSpartan Stadium
Major League SoccerConference: 4th
Overall: 7th
MLS CupConference Semifinals
U.S. Open CupSemifinals
CONCACAFQuarterfinals
California Clásico2nd
Top goalscorerUnited States Brian Ching (12)
Average home league attendance10,830[1]
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The 2004 San Jose Earthquakes season was the ninth season of the team's existence. It was the first under the guidance of Dominic Kinnear has head coach, after Frank Yallop was announced to be coaching the Canadian national team in December 2003.[2] San Jose Earthquakes selected Ryan Cochrane with the 5th pick in the Major League Soccer Super Draft after acquiring the pick in the Joe Cannon (soccer) Trade. They also selected Steve Cronin, Mike Wilson, Marin Pusek, and Tighe Dombrowski.

Squad

Current Squad

As of August 18, 2009.[3] Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 United States GK Jon Conway
2 United States DF Eddie Robinson
4 United States MF Chris Roner
5 United States MF Ramiro Corrales
6 Denmark FW Ronnie Ekelund
7 United States MF Ian Russell
8 United States DF Richard Mulrooney
9 United States MF Brian Mullan
10 United States FW Landon Donovan
11 El Salvador FW Arturo Alvarez
12 United States DF Jeff Agoos
13 United States FW Jamil Walker
No. Position Player
14 Canada MF Dwayne De Rosario
15 Canada MF Roger Levesque
16 United States DF Craig Waibel
17 United States DF Todd Dunivant
18 Canada GK Pat Onstad
19 United States DF Troy Dayak
20 United States DF Ryan Cochrane
21 United States DF Tighe Dombrowski
22 United States DF Wes Hart
23 United States MF Chris Brown
24 United States GK Steve Cronin
25 United States FW Brian Ching

Club

Management

Position Staff
General Manager United States Alexi Lalas
Head Coach United States Dominic Kinnear
Assistant Coach United States John Doyle
Goalkeeper Coach New Zealand Tim Hanely
Head trainer United States Bruce Morgan
Equipment manager El Salvador Jose Vega

Last updated: April 18, 2009
Source: San Jose Earthquakes

Other information

Owner United States AEG
Ground (capacity and dimensions) Spartan Stadium (26,525 / 71x110 yards)

Source: San Jose Earthquakes


Competitions

Major League Soccer

Matches

MLS Cup Playoffs

U.S. Open Cup

CONCACAF Champions Cup

Source:[4]

Standings

Western Conference GP W L D GF GA GD Pts
x – Kansas City Wizards 30 14 9 7 38 30 8 49
x – Los Angeles Galaxy 30 11 9 10 42 40 2 43
x – Colorado Rapids 30 10 9 11 29 32 -3 41
x – San Jose Earthquakes 30 9 10 11 41 35 6 38
Dallas Burn 30 10 14 6 34 45 -11 36
  • The top four teams in each conference make the playoffs.

x = playoff berth

References

  1. ^ "Major League Soccer Stats: Team Attendance - 2008". ESPN. Retrieved November 17, 2012.
  2. ^ "Canada Soccer". www.canadasoccer.com. Retrieved 2017-12-16.
  3. ^ [web.mlsnet.com][permanent dead link]
  4. ^ "San Jose Earthquakes Game Results". Retrieved April 8, 2014.

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