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John Rooney among 31 players waived
November 23rd, 2011 11:44PM

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[MLS TRANSACTIONS] MLS clubs waived 31 players on Wednesday, and only one of them found a new home. Philadelphia signed Tanzanian midfielder Nizar Khalfan after being waived by Vancouver. Wayne Rooney's brother, John, was one of six players New York waived. Toronto FC led all clubs with seven players placed on waivers. For the complete waiver list ...

Waived Players:
COLUMBUS
Santiago Prim
Dejan Rusmir

DALLAS
Edson Edward

HOUSTON
Francisco Navas Cobo
Evan Newton

KANSAS CITY
Jeferson
Scott Lorenz
Craig Rocastle
Milos Stojcev

NEW YORK
Alex Horwath
Mychel Jones
Tyler Lassiter
Marcos Paullo
John Rooney
Theodore Schneider

NEW ENGLAND
Alan Koger
Otto Loewy
Andrew Sousa

PHILADELPHIA
Juan Diego Gonzalez
Thorne Holder

REAL SALT LAKE
Tim Melia

TORONTO FC
Kyle Davies
Matthew Gold
Leandre Griffit
Javier Martina
Demitirius Omphroy
Eddy Viator
Eddy Zavarise

VANCOUVER
Bilal Duckett
*Nizar Khalfan
Alexandre Morfaw
*Signed by Philadelphia.



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