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Two players taken in Waiver Draft
November 25th, 2013 3:33PM
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[MLS TRANSACTIONS] Only two players were taken in Monday's MLS Waiver Draft: pool keeper Brad Stuver went to Columbus, while Paolo DelPiccolo, who spent the second half of the 2013 with Montreal after signing with Eintracht Frankfurt's under-23 team out of Louisville, was picked by New England.

Former Brazilian World Cup champion Kleberson, waived by Philadelphia, was among the 28 players in the MLS Waiver Draft. Also in the draft was Dutchman Danny Koevermans, the Toronto FC DP who has been injured.

Only was of the 42 players in the 2012 Waiver Draft: Cole Grossman, who has seen minutes off the bench in Real Salt Lake's run to MLS Cup 2013.

2013 MLS Waiver Draft:
Goalkeepers (5): Patrick McLain (Chivas USA), Paolo Tornaghi (Chicago Fire), Oka Nikolov (Philadelphia Union), Brad Stuver (unattached), Doug Herrick (unattached)
Defenders (5): Drew Beckie (Columbus Crew), David Carney (NY Red Bulls), Bilal Duckett (New England Revolution), Don Anding (Philadelphia Union), Greg Klazura (Vancouver Whitecaps)
Midfielders (13): Daniel Antunez (Chivas USA), Marvin Iraheta (Chivas USA), Kyle Hyland (Columbus Crew), Matias Sanchez (Columbus Crew), Alam Syamsir (D.C. United), Paolo Del Piccolo (Montreal Impact), Maximiliano Rodriguez (Montreal Impact), Gabe Latigue (New England Revolution), Greg Jordan (Philadelphia Union), Kleberson (Philadelphia Union), Phillip Lund (Seattle Sounders), Michael Thomas (Toronto FC), Alex Dixon (Houston Dynamo)
Forwards (5): Aaron Horton (Columbus Crew), Lionard Pajoy (D.C. United), Matt Horth (New England Revolution), Marcus Tracy (San Jose Earthquakes), Danny Koevermans (Toronto FC).


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