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MLS Offseason Player Moves
January 22nd, 2008 6:45AM

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SuperDraft day deals sent U.S. internationals Alecko Eskandarian from Real Salt Lake to Chivas USA, his fourth team in 14 months, and Chris Albright from Los Angeles to New England, while a deal for Jim Curtin to leave Chicago for Chivas USA was reportedly agreed upon on Monday. Champion Houston lost Zimbabwean Joseph Ngwenya, who scored the Dynamo's first goal in MLS Cup 2007, to Austria Kaernten, last in the T-Mobile Bundesliga at the winter break.

Chicago Fire
Out:
Chris Armas (retired)
Jim Curtin (Chivas USA)
Ivan Guerrero (San Jose Earthquakes-expansion draft)
Paulo Wanchope (retired)

Chivas USA
In:
Jim Curtin (Chicago Fire)
Alecko Eskandarian (Real Salt Lake)
Atiba Harris (Real Salt Lake)
Out:
David Arvizu (waived)
Desmond Brooks (waived)
Preston Burpo (San Jose Earthquakes)
Jason Hernandez (San Jose Earthquakes-expansion draft)
Carlos Llamosa (waived)
Rodrigo Lopez (waived)
Laurent Merlin (waived)
Justin Myers (waived)
Ramon Nunez (waived)
Orlando Perez (waived)
Eder Robles (waived)
Erasmo Solorzano (waived)

Colorado Rapids
In:
Jose Burciaga (Kansas City Wizards)
Out:

Daniel Osorno (retired)
Zach Thornton (waived)

Columbus Crew
In:
Brian Carroll (San Jose Earthquakes)
Out:
Ned Grabavoy (San Jose Earthquakes-expansion draft)
Ben Hunter (waived)
Kei Kamara (San Jose Earthquakes)

D.C. United
In:
Zach Wells (Houston Dynamo)
Out:
Bobby Boswell (Houston Dynamo)
Brian Carroll (San Jose Earthquakes-expansion draft)
Shawn Crowe (waived)
Josh Gros (retired)
Mira Mupier (waived)
Troy Perkins (Valerenga-Norway)
Brad North (waived)
Kiki Willis (waived)

FC Dallas
In:
Duilio Davino (Club America-Mexico)
Out:

Sebastian Botero (waived)
Clarence Goodson (San Jose Earthquakes-expansion draft)
Carlos Ruiz (Los Angeles Galaxy)

Houston Dynamo
In:
Bobby Boswell (D.C. United)
Out:
Ryan Cochrane (San Jose Earthquakes-expansion draft)
Paul Dalglish (released)
Kenneth Hoerner (waived)
Jordan James (waived)
Joseph Ngwenya (Austria Kaernten-Austria)
Zach Wells (D.C. United)

Kansas City Wizards
Out:
Jose Burciaga (Colorado Rapids)
Edson Edcock (waived)
Nick Garcia (San Jose Earthquakes)
Aaron Godbolt (waived)
Willy Guadarrama (waived)
Chris Konopka (waived)

Los Angeles Galaxy
In:
Carlos Ruiz (FC Dallas)
Clint Mathis (New York Red Bulls)
Out:
Chris Albright (Los Angeles Galaxy)
Joe Cannon San Jose Earthquakes)
Mike Caso (waived)
Lance Friesz (waived)
Gavin Glinton (San Jose Earthquakes-expansion draft)
Cobi Jones (retired)
Clint Mathis (Ergotelis-Greece)
Carlos Pavon (waived)
Kyle Veris (waived)

New England Revolution
In:
Chris Albright (Los Angeles Galaxy)
Out:
Bryan Byrne (waived)
Andy Dorman (St. Mirren-Scotland)
Miguel Gonzalez (waived)
Marshall Leonard (waived)
Chris Loftus (waived)
James Riley (San Jose Earthquakes-expansion draft)
Willie Sims (waived)

New York Red Bulls
In:
Zach Thornton (Colorado Rapids)
Out:
Blake Camp (waived)
Clint Mathis (Los Angeles Galaxy)
Markus Schopp (retired)
Joe Vide (San Jose Earthquakes-expansion draft)
Ronald Waterreus (retired)
Santino Quaranta (waived)

Real Salt Lake
In:
Ian Joy (St. Pauli-Germany)
Out:

Chris Brown (waived-Portland Timbers)
Steven Curfman (waived)
Alecko Eskandarian (Chivas USA)
Atiba Harris (Chivas USA)
Christian Jimenez (waived)
Jean-Martial Kipre (waived)
Eddie Pope (retired)
Jack Stewart (waived)

San Jose Earthquakes
In:
Preston Burpo (Chivas USA)
Joe Cannon (Los Angeles Galaxy)
Brian Carroll (D.C. United-expansion draft)
Ryan Cochrane (Houston Dynamo-expansion draft)
Nick Garcia (Kansas City Wizards)
Gavin Glinton (Los Angeles Galaxy-expansion draft)
Clarence Goodson (FC Dallas-expansion draft)
Ned Grabavoy (Columbus Crew-expansion draft)
Ivan Guerrero (Chicago Fire-expansion draft)
Jason Hernandez (Chivas USA-expansion draft)
Kei Kamara (Columbus Crew)
Chris Pozniak (Toronto FC-expansion draft)
James Riley (New England Revolution-expansion draft)
Joe Vide (New York Red Bulls-expansion draft)
Out:
Brian Carroll (Columbus Crew)
Clarence Goodson (Start IK-Norway)

Toronto FC
Out:
Adam Braz (waived)
Maycoll Canizalez (waived)
Srdjan Djekanovic (waived)
David Guzman (waived)
Stephen Lumley (waived)
Cristian Nunez (waived)
Chris Pozniak (San Jose Earthquakes-expansion draft)
Marco Reda (waived)

 

 



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