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MLS salaries: The Canadian Rich List

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Andre Hainault 2012

The MLS Players’ Union released its second salary update for 2012 on Aug. 1. With the closing of the transfer window, it gives us a more complete picture of what teams are spending.

Going through the names on the list, we decided to pick out the Canadians in MLS — and rank Canada’s Rich List (or Poor List, depending on some entry-level deals). We don’t discriminate between players on loan, players rumoured to be retiring, players who are stuck on reserve squads. If they are on the list — and getting paid in MLS — we ranked them.

The first number is the base pay for 2012. The second number is guaranteed compensation (which is the criteria used for ranking purposes).

All figures in US dollars.

Julian de Guzman, FC Dallas $1,863,996 $1,910,746
Dwayne De Rosario, DC United $617,857.20 $663,190.53
Will Johnson, Real Salt Lake $243,750 $243,750
Dejan Jakovic, DC United $208,000 $228,043
Andrew Hainault, Houston $150,000 $163,125
Patrice Bernier, Montreal $130,000 $149,333.25
Adrian Cann, Toronto FC $126,000 $134,750
Ante Jazic, Chivas USA $117,500 $117,500
Terry Dunfield, Toronto FC $86,000 $86,000
Bryce Alderson, Vancouver $60,000 $75,000
Greg Sutton, Montreal $65,000 $65,000
Russell Teibert, Vancouver $55,000 $60,600
Ashtone Morgan, Toronto FC $44,000 $56,000
Doneil Henry, Toronto FC $44,100 $45,100
Nicholas Lindsay, Toronto FC $44,100 $45,100
Caleb Clarke, Vancouver $44,000.04 $44,000.04
Oscar Cordon, Toronto FC $44,000 $44,000
Keith Makubuya, Toronto FC $44,000 $44,000
Matt Stinson, Toronto FC $44,000 $44,000
Babayele Sodade, Seattle $33,756 $33,756
Evan James, Montreal $33,750 $33,750
Karl Ouimette, Montreal $33,750 $33,750
Quillan Roberts, Toronto FC $33,750 $33,750

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