Bobby Convey Returns To Form and Propels San Jose to MLS Semifinals

HARRISON, NJ (November 4, 2010) - Robert Francis "Bobby" Convey, the on again, off-again, American star, remembered that he still has game and went on to score two goals and serve an assist to propel the San Jose Earthquakes to the MLS Eastern Conference Championship.  

Convey, the former D.C. United 17-year-old rookie phenom, the youngest player drafted into MLS, now 27, looked fully recovered from recurring knee injuries. Convey did it all in this game and thoroughly outshined the high profile New York Red Bulls "Galacticos," Thierry Henry, Juan Pablo Angel and Rafael Marquez. Convey scored two brilliant goals (6th and 76th minute), and made a skillful lob into the penalty area that allowed to Chris Wondolowski (81st minute) to head the ball over Bouna Coundoul.

San Jose went on to win the second leg of the series, 3-1.

The one bright spot for New York Red Bull was the play of 17 year-old Colombian American striker Juan Agudelo, who displayed tre...

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