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MLS: Players Placed On Waivers
March 25th, 1996 12AM

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The following were the players placed on waivers to get MLS rosters down to 22 players by March 24 (players training with the U.S. U-23 team don't count against 22-man limit):

Colorado -- Brian Hurley, Eric Puls, Joel Shanker.

Columbus -- Manny Catano, Michael Robles.

Dallas -- Brandon Cavitt, Vagner.

Kansas City -- Ken Snow, Phil Wellington, Terry Woodberry.

Los Angeles -- Chugger Adair, David Beall, Carlos Jaguande, Joey Leonetti, David vaudreuil, Adan Villalvazo.

MetroStars -- Walter Bustamante, Juninho, Eddie Soto, Khary Stockton.

New England -- Yari Allnutt, Derk Droze, Jorge Olamendi, Antonio Superbia. San Jose -- Carlos Farias, Roberto Gonzalez, James Woolridge.

Tampa Bay -- Nate Daligon, Flavio Ferri.

Washington -- none.

Other teams have 72 hours to claim players off waivers.



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