MLS: MetroStars cut Sorber
Mike Sorber, the 1994 World Cup veteran, was waived by the MetroStars Feb. 21.
Sorber, 28, who has 67 U.S. caps, last played for the United States in 1998. The midfielder played in every 1994 World Cup game for the United States and subsequently played for UNAM Pumas in the Mexican First Division.
He started his MLS career in the league's inaugural season (1996) with Kansas City before moving to the MetroStars in 1997. He has played in 97 regular season games and seven playoff games in MLS.
Also waived by the MetroStars were midfielder Lawrence Lozzano and Jake Dancy.
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