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Profile of the Argentinian footballer Maximiliano Urruti, who currently plays as a forward at FC Dallas. The 25-year old player Urruti joined FC Dallas from and wears the number 37 shirt.

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“Maximiliano Urruti suffered the same fate as some of the top scorers on this part of the list in Week 24, as he failed to produce for FC Dallas.”
 Bleacher Report 66 days ago
“A top-class No9 would surely have taken one of those chances, but FC Dallas don’t have a top-class No9. They have Max Urruti - one of MLS’s most infuriatingly inconsistent forwards - and Getterson - a journeyman on loan from the Brazilian fourth tier.”
 The Guardian 67 days ago
“RSL got a 79th minute goal from Jamison Olave off a corner kick to seal the win over FC Dallas. Both teams struggled to get things going early on in this game. FCD had their first real chance in the 21st minute on a Maximiliano Urruti shot.”
 bigdsoccer.com 68 days ago
“FC Dallas’ best chance of the first half came in the 21st minute when Maximiliano Urruti got around Nick Rimando, but his last touch carried the ball too close to the end line and he had no angle to shoot at the open goal.”
 Deseret News 68 days ago
“"I thought our whole back line and back six … did a really good job of recognizing FC Dallas' dangers before they happened had to stretch and make a diving save to keep Dallas' Maximiliano Urruti from scoring.”
 Salt Lake Tribune 68 days ago
“The lone man likely to lead the line for FC Dallas is Maxi Urruti. The 25 year old Argentine hasn’t scored a too many goals with seven being his season tally. But what Urruti hasn’t done in goals, he’s made up for in work rate.”
 SBN 70 days ago
“FC Dallas has maneuvered admirably through its Fabian Castillo Michael Barrios has taken on a bigger role, Maximiliano Urruti's arrival has given the attack a different look, and the acquisitions of Ecuadoran holding midfielder Carlos Gruezo and”
 Four Four Two 73 days ago
“FC Dallas played out a goal-filled 2-2 draw against Sporting It wasn’t to be, however, as Maximiliano Urruti popped up shortly afterwards to equalize and despite a few late chances for Dallas to win it, that’s how it finished in Frisco.”
 bigdsoccer.com 74 days ago
“Maximiliano Urruti scored on a bicycle kick off a rebound and any momentum seized by Sporting KC was gone. Sporting Kansas City (10-11-5, 35 points) remained in fifth place in the Western Conference standings.”
 malaysiasun.com 75 days ago
“FRISCO, Texas -- Maximiliano Urruti's goal in the 76th minute capped a flurry of four goals in 10 minutes and allowed FC Dallas to earn a 2-2 draw with Sporting Kansas City on Saturday night that pushed its unbeaten home streak to 18 games.”
 Fox Sports 76 days ago
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Ryan Herman Jesse Gonzalez
Chris Seitz
Aubrey David Aaron Guillen
Ryan Hollingshead Maynor Figueroa
Norberto Paparatto Walker Zimmerman
Zach Loyd Matt Hedges
Getterson Michael Barrios
Carlos Lizarazo Atiba Harris
Mauro Rosales Kellyn Acosta
Juan Ortiz Victor Ulloa
Carlos Gruezo Mauro Diaz
Maximiliano Urruti Tesho Akindele
Colin Bonner