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Published: Monday, May 9 2011 7:00 p.m. MDT

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Herriman, UT

Awesome news! Can't wait to see him walk back into Rio Tinto, whenever that may be. Until then, RSL needs to place a throne next to the gong at the home games with Javi's boots on the seat and his jersey draped over the back.

Nussdorfer AC
Salt Lake City, UT

Great news. It was awful to watch and it's good to hear some positives coming from this.

MC Ute
Midvale, UT

This was difficult for me to see. I broke my ankle jumping on a trampoline 4 inches of skin was all that held my foot on everything else severed so I can relate to this. I wish him the very best and hope he can recover before October. I was in a full leg cast and on crutches for 3 months I hope his is not as severe. My heart goes out to you along with my prayers.

Layton, UT

Marcos Mondaini should be suspended for twice as many games as Morales misses.

North Salt Lake, UT

We all wish you the best Javi! We hope you can make it back this year, helping us win anotother MLS Cup.

Salt Lake City, UT

still waiting for news of a suspension..

Good news about Javi. We are going to miss him.

Holladay, UT

From what i've read and heard in interviews it sounds like Javier has a very positive attitude and that should go a long way in speeding his recovery. It would be great to get Javier back just in time for the playoffs.

According to the Major League Soccer Players union website Marcos Mondaini has a salary of $45,000. Keep this in mind when the league announces his suspension and fine. Brian Mullan was fined $5,000 for his reckless tackle on Zakuani, but he has a salary of $190,000. Does anyone know if MLS players lose money for the games that they are suspended from?

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