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Hartman will enter re-entry process
December 3rd, 2012 11:05PM

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[MLS RE-ENTRY DRAFT] FC Dallas keeper Kevin Hartman, whose bitter contract dispute with Sporting Kansas City was cited as a need to reform the structure of MLS contracts, is among five former Best XI selections who will enter the MLS Re-Entry Draft that will be held in two stages over the next two Fridays. The others are Conor Casey (Colorado), Juan Pablo Angel (Chivas USA), Justin Mapp (Montreal) and Danny Califf (Chivas USA).

After the 2012 season, FC Dallas indicated it would like to re-sign the 38-year-old Hartman, who is out of contract.

The players are either out of contract or did not have their options picked up.

The re-entry process was a negotiated agreement between the league and union to allow a veteran player out of contract or with options remaining on his contract a manner to achieve a semblance of freedom. Before then, a player's rights were retained within MLS even if he was out of contract.

Clubs may still sign their re-entry eligible players through Thursday.

Re-Entry Draft Players:
Chicago
Jay Nolly Option Declined
Gonzalo Segares Option Declined
Corben Bone Option Declined

Chivas USA

Juan Pablo Angel Out of Contract
Peter Vagenas Out of Contract
Danny Califf Option Declined
Alejandro Moreno Option Declined

Columbus

Chris Birchall Option Declined
Will Hesmer Option Declined
Julius James Option Declined
Tony Tchani Option Declined

Colorado

Tyrone Marshall Out of Contract
Scott Palguta Out of Contract
Conor Casey Option Declined
Hunter Freeman Option Declined
Jamie Smith Option Declined
Marvell Wynne Option Declined
Ian Joyce Option Declined
Joseph Nane Option Declined
Tyson Wahl Option Declined

FC Dallas
Bruno Guarda Out of Contract
Kevin Hartman Out of Contract
Julian De Guzman Out of Contract
Scott Sealy Option Declined

D.C. United
Michael Chabala Option Declined
Maicon Santos Option Declined
Stephen King Option Declined

Houston
Colin Clark Out of Contract

Los Angeles

Chad Barrett Option Declined
Andrew Boyens Option Declined
Bryan Jordan Option Declined
Kyle Nakazawa Option Declined
Pat Noonan Option Declined
Brian Perk Option Declined

Montreal

Justin Mapp Out of Contract
Josh Gardner Option Declined
Shavar Thomas Option Declined

New England

Tim Murray Option Declined
Blair Gavin Option Declined

New York

Bill Gaudette Option Declined
Stephen Keel Option Declined

Philadelphia

Chase Harrison Option Declined

Portland

Lovel Palmer Option Declined
Steve Purdy Option Declined
Rodney Wallace Option Declined

Real Salt Lake

Paulo Jr. Option Declined
Kyle Reynish Option Declined

San Jose
Tim Ward Out of Contract
Ramiro Corrales Option Declined
Joseph Gjertsen Option Declined
Ike Opara Option Declined
Khari Stephenson Option Declined

Seattle
Andrew Weber Option Declined
O'Brian White Option Declined
Mike Seamon Option Declined

Sporting KC
Olukorede Aiyegbusi Option Declined
Luke Sassano Option Declined

Toronto FC
Eric Avila Out of Contract
Adrian Cann Option Declined
Jeremy Hall Option Declined
Ty Harden Option Declined
Andrew Wiedeman Option Declined

Vancouver

John Thorrington Option Declined



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