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Late-season MLS acquisitions
September 16th, 2010 2:56PM

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[MAKING A LIST] The New York Red Bulls' acquisition of veteran defender Carey Talley was the final move before Wednesday's MLS roster freeze deadline. Since the summer transfer window closed on Aug. 15, clubs signed 19 players: seven from academy programs, five via league trades, four from lower-tiered teams and three who were foreign free agents. For all the acquisitions ...

Chicago
Victor Pineda (academy signing)
Bratislav Ristic (FK Rad, Serbia)

Chivas USA
Bryan de la Fuente (academy signing)

Colorado
Davy Armstrong (academy signing)
Macoumba Kandji (New York Red Bulls)
Brian Mullan (Houston Dynamo)

Columbus
Josh Williams (Cleveland Internationals, PDL)

FC Dallas
none

D.C. United
Junior Carreiro (Nautico, Brazil)
Chase Harrison (Crystal Palace Baltimore, USSF D2)
Conor Shanonsky (academy signing)
Carlos Varela (Neuchatel Xamax, Switzerland)

Houston
Colin Clark (Colorado Rapids)

Kansas City
Jon Kempin (academy signing)

Los Angeles
none

New England
none

New York
Mehdi Ballouchy (Colorado Rapids)
Carey Talley (D.C. United)

Philadelphia
Sheanon Williams (Harrisburg City Islanders, USL2)

Real Salt Lake
Paulo Araujo Jr. (Miami FC, USSF D2)

San Jose
none

Seattle
none

Toronto
Doneil Henry (academy signing)
Nicholas Lindsay (academy signing)



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