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3. MLS: Meola, Kreis up from grabs in draft for newcomer Toronto
November 16th, 2006 1:55PM
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Several veterans, including New York Red Bull Tony Meola and MLS's all-time leading scorer Jason Kreis on Salt Lake, have been left unprotected by  for tomorrow's expansion draft in which 2007 newcomer Toronto may pick 10 players. Each MLS team was allowed to protect 11 players on its current 28-man roster.

Among the unprotected veterans are: Chicago's Diego Gutierrez, Tony Sanneh and Zach Thornton; Colorado's Jovan Kirosvki and Clint Mathis; D.C. United's Nick Rimando; FC Dallas' Simo Valakari and Greg Vanney; New England's Joe Franchino, Daniel Hernandez and Avery John; New York's Edson Buddle and Meola; Real Salt Lake's Kreis.

For complete list of unprotected players and draft rules, click here.


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