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Vicente Sanchez

35-Year-Old Forward     Colorado Rapids  MLS


Uruguay

Birthdate:  December 7, 1979    Birthplace:  Monteviedo, Uruguay    Nationality:  Uruguay    Height:  5' 7"    

June 17, 2015    Vicente Sanchez News

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Sanchez (hip) was available off the bench for Tuesday's U.S. Open Cup win against Colorado Springs.

Sanchez has been sidelined with a hip injury since May 30 but his availability for Tuesday's game suggests that he'll be available for selection moving forward by head coach Pablo Mastroeni.

Vicente Sanchez: Past News Updates   ( ▲ View most recent update )

June 13, 2015

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Sanchez missed Sunday's match against Real Salt Lake with an injury to his hip flexor and his availability for Friday's match against FC Dallas remains unclear.

A decision on whether or not Sanchez will play Friday should be made by manager Pablo Mastroeni shortly before kickoff. The forward has played in 12 games this season but is only averaging 31.1 minutes on the field during those appearances.

March 31, 2014

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Sanchez scored twice, and was a terror for Colorado in Saturday's 3-2 loss to Sporting KC.

Sanchez now has four goals in two games for the Rapids. Both goals Saturday came on spot kicks, so it reasons to think that Sanchez may slow down a bit, so long as PKs stop being rewarded to the Rapids.

March 24, 2014

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Sanchez made it two goals in two games for the Rapids in their 2-0 triumph over Portland on Saturday.

Sanchez is quickly answering the question of where the goals are going to come from for the Rapids. It was an impressive display, and consistent scoring from Sanchez should raise some eyebrows. He is a definite consideration when setting your lineup for the week.

March 16, 2014

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Sanchez netted an important equalizing goal for the Rapids in Saturday's 1-1 draw at New York.

Sanchez, the veteran striker, was seldom used in 2013 after coming over from Nacional, where his form started to decline greatly. Not much should be expected from Sanchez moving forward, but it would not hurt to keep him on your watch list.