Major League Soccer-- Re-entry Draft Stage 1 & 2

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Players taken today must be taken with their existing contract. Because of that most clubs will probably pass. stage 2 where clubs can renegotiate is usually much busier.

Info and list:
http://www.mlssoccer.com/news/artic...ist-eligible-players-phase-one-re-entry-draft

The first stage of the Re-Entry Process – when clubs can claim players by exercising their current options or extending them a bona fide offer as stipulated by the CBA – will take place on Friday at 3 pm ET.

The results of the draft will be published on MLSsoccer.com.

Players that go unselected in the first stage will then be available for the second stage, held on Dec. 18. According to league rules, teams will have seven days to make a bona fide offer to the players they select in Stage 2 and if an agreement can't be reached, the club will hold the right of first refusal for that player in MLS.

Any players not picked up after Stage 2 become available to any MLS club on a first-come, first-served basis.

2014 Re-Entry Process - Draft Selection Order

1. Montreal Impact
2. San Jose Earthquakes
3. Colorado Rapids
4. Chicago Fire
5. Houston Dynamo
6. Toronto FC
7. Philadelphia Union
8. Portland Timbers
9. Sporting Kansas City
10. Vancouver Whitecaps FC
11. Columbus Crew SC
12. FC Dallas
13. Real Salt Lake
14. D.C. United
15. New York Red Bulls
16. Seattle Sounders FC
17. New England Revolution
18. LA Galaxy
19. New York City FC
20. Orlando City SC

2014 RE-ENTRY DRAFT ELIGIBLE PLAYERS BY CLUB

Patrick Ianni (Chicago Fire)
Hunter Jumper (Chicago Fire)
Steven Kinney (Chicago Fire)
Sanna Nyassi (Chicago Fire)
Gonzalo Segares (Chicago Fire)
Bakary Soumare (Chicago Fire)

Carlos Borja (Chivas USA)
Marvin Chavez (Chivas USA)***
Oswaldo Minda (Chivas USA)
Martin Rivero (Chivas USA)
Nathan Sturgis (Chivas USA)

Daniel Paladini (Columbus Crew SC)

David Armstrong (Colorado Rapids)
Edson Buddle (Colorado Rapids)
Kamani Hill (Colorado Rapids)
Dimitry Imbongo (Colorado Rapids)
Brian Mullan (Colorado Rapids) OPTED OUT
Marvell Wynne (Colorado Rapids)

Jair Benitez (FC Dallas)
Adam Moffat (FC Dallas)
Hendry Thomas (FC Dallas)

Nana Attakora (DC United)
Alex Caskey (DC United)
Jeff Parke (DC United)
Conor Shanosky (DC United)

Omar Cummings (Houston Dynamo)
Brian Ownby (Houston Dynamo)

Rafael Garcia (LA Galaxy)
Chandler Hoffman (LA Galaxy)
Brian Perk (LA Galaxy)
James Riley (LA Galaxy)

Mamadou "Futty" Danso (Montreal Impact) ***
Matteo Ferrari (Montreal Impact)
Troy Perkins (Montreal Impact) ***

Andre Akpan (New England Revolution)
Shalrie Joseph (New England Revolution)
Stephen McCarthy (New England Revolution) ***

Bobby Convey (New York Red Bulls)
Kosuke Kimura (New York Red Bulls)

Corben Bone (Philadelphia Union)
Fred (Philadelphia Union) ***
Brian Carroll (Philadelphia Union) ***

Kalif Alhassan (Portland Timbers)
Rauwshan McKenzie (Portland Timbers) ***
Danny O'Rourke (Portland Timbers) ***

Rich Balchan (Real Salt Lake)
Robbie Findley (Real Salt Lake)
Aaron Maund (Real Salt Lake)

Tristan Bowen (Seattle Sounders)
Josh Ford (Seattle Sounders)
Marcus Hahnemann (Seattle Sounders)

Jon Busch (San Jose Earthquakes) ***
Atiba Harris (San Jose Earthquakes) ***

Josh Gardner (Sporting Kansas City)
Andy Gruenebaum (Sporting Kansas City)
Eric Kronberg (Sporting Kansas City)

Dwayne De Rosario (Toronto FC)
Jeremy Hall (Toronto FC)
Ryan Richter (Toronto FC)
Andrew Wiedeman (Toronto FC)

Carlyle Mitchell (Vancouver Whitecaps) ***
Mauro Rosales (Vancouver Whitecaps) OPTED OUT

NOTE: *** = out of contract
 
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Another list, with costs.

Patrick Ianni (Chicago Fire) - CD/RD - 150,000
Hunter Jumper (Chicago Fire) - LD/LCD - 48,500
Steven Kinney (Chicago Fire) - CD/RD - 48,825
Sanna Nyassi (Chicago Fire) - F/M - 147,000
Gonzalo Segares (Chicago Fire) - LD - 160,000
Bakary Soumare (Chicago Fire) - LCD - 330,000

Carlos Borja (Chivas USA) - F - 48,504
Marvin Chavez (Chivas USA)*** - M/F - 200,000
Oswaldo Minda (Chivas USA) - DM - 150,000 - Int.
Martin Rivero (Chivas USA) - M - 50,004 - Int.
Nathan Sturgis (Chivas USA) - CM - 114,000

Daniel Paladini (Columbus Crew SC) - CM - 75,000

David Armstrong (Colorado Rapids) - M/D - 36,504
Edson Buddle (Colorado Rapids) - F - 325,000
Kamani Hill (Colorado Rapids) - F/M - 48,825
Dimitry Imbongo (Colorado Rapids) - F/LM - 112,500 - Int.
Brian Mullan (Colorado Rapids) - M - RETIRED
Marvell Wynne (Colorado Rapids) - CD/RD - 200,000

Jair Benitez (FC Dallas) - LD - 97,875
Adam Moffat (FC Dallas) - CM - 165,000
Hendry Thomas (FC Dallas) - DM - 180,000 - May have a Green Card

Nana Attakora (DC United) - CD - 62,500
Alex Caskey (DC United) - M - 48,825
Jeff Parke (DC United) - CD - 215,000
Conor Shanosky (DC United) - CD - 36,500

Omar Cummings (Houston Dynamo) - F/M - 250,000
Brian Ownby (Houston Dynamo) - F/M - 48,825

Rafael Garcia (LA Galaxy) - M - 48,825
Chandler Hoffman (LA Galaxy) - F/M - 48,500
Brian Perk (LA Galaxy) - GK - 60,000
James Riley (LA Galaxy) - RD - 80,000

Mamadou "Futty" Danso (Montreal Impact) *** - CD - 87,500
Matteo Ferrari (Montreal Impact) - CD - RETIRED
Troy Perkins (Montreal Impact) *** - GK - 250,000

Andre Akpan (New England Revolution) - F - 48,500
Shalrie Joseph (New England Revolution) - DM - RETIRED
Stephen McCarthy (New England Revolution) *** - CD - 101,332

Bobby Convey (New York Red Bulls) - LM/LD - May Retire - 137,500
Kosuke Kimura (New York Red Bulls) - CD/RD - 105,000

Corben Bone (Philadelphia Union) - AM/LM - 48,825
Fred (Philadelphia Union) *** - M - May Retire - 65,460
Brian Carroll (Philadelphia Union) *** - DM - May Retire - 185,220

Kalif Alhassan (Portland Timbers) - CM - 120,000 - Int.
Rauwshan McKenzie (Portland Timbers) *** - CD - 48,825
Danny O'Rourke (Portland Timbers) *** - DM/CD/RD - 55,008

Rich Balchan (Real Salt Lake) - CD/RD - 48,500
Robbie Findley (Real Salt Lake) - F - 215,000
Aaron Maund (Real Salt Lake) - CD - 36,500

Tristan Bowen (Seattle Sounders) - F/M - 65,000
Josh Ford (Seattle Sounders) - GK - 48,500
Marcus Hahnemann (Seattle Sounders) - GK - RETIRED

Jon Busch (San Jose Earthquakes) *** - GK - May Retire - 173,250
Atiba Harris (San Jose Earthquakes) *** - F/M - 181,500

Josh Gardner (Sporting Kansas City) - LM/LD - 70,000
Andy Gruenebaum (Sporting Kansas City) - GK - 85,000
Eric Kronberg (Sporting Kansas City) - GK - 120,000

Dwayne De Rosario (Toronto FC) - F/AM - May Retire - 137,000
Jeremy Hall (Toronto FC) - M/D - 105,000
Ryan Richter (Toronto FC) - D - 48,500
Andrew Wiedeman (Toronto FC) - F - 60,500

Carlyle Mitchell (Vancouver Whitecaps) *** - CD - 48,825 - Int.
Mauro Rosales (Vancouver Whitecaps) - M - 450,000 - DP -- Opted Out
 

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Robbie Findley (Real Salt Lake) - F - 215,000

Toronto....
 

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Looks like both GK's on the SKC list were taken. Andy Gruenebaum to San Jose and Kronberg to Montreal.
 
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I used the list with the costs to help illustrate my thoughts. All the players below could be useful. If these players can be talked down from their cost then NYCFC might grab them. My guess is if a player was already below $60k, NYCFC would have taken him in the first stage (they can't go much lower), so this list are the higher wage earners that might sign.

*I was going to web link them all but its taking too long. Want to know more? Click here and copy/paste the name:
http://www.mlssoccer.com/players

Patrick Ianni (Chicago Fire) - CD/RD - 150,000 - Decent CB when at Houston, but has fallen out of favor in Seattle and Chicago.
Sanna Nyassi (Chicago Fire) - F/M - 147,000 - super fast and I think has value.
Gonzalo Segares (Chicago Fire) - LD - 160,000 - decent outside back, a work horse and aggressive, Kreis kinda player
Bakary Soumare (Chicago Fire) - LCD - 330,000 - Has been a stalwart in the past but fell apart with the rest of Chicago this year; way over paid.

Marvin Chavez (Chivas USA)*** - M/F - 200,000 - decent skills and speed, older but still has something
Oswaldo Minda (Chivas USA) - DM - 150,000 - Int. - great D-mid, aggressive, could be a Beckerman like player
Martin Rivero (Chivas USA) - M - 50,004 - Int. - the diamond in the rough, could be that great Argentine playmaker that every MLS covets. Injured a lot in the last year. Risky/High reward
Nathan Sturgis (Chivas USA) - CM - 114,000


Marvell Wynne (Colorado Rapids) - CD/RD - 200,000 _-fast outside back and full back. Many MLS clubs will want him, probably not there at #19.

Adam Moffat (FC Dallas) - CM - 165,000 - hard working, getting a little slower
Hendry Thomas (FC Dallas) - DM - 180,000 - great D-mid, aggressive, could be a Beckerman like player; Kreis's friend Pareja at Dallas brought Thomas from Rapids when he moved for coaching job. Had injury problems this year and lost form/starting roll. I think he still has it.

Jeff Parke (DC United) - CD - 215,000 - veteran CB, had injury probs and lost starting position plus he costs too much

Omar Cummings (Houston Dynamo) - F/M - 250,000 -fast and reliable striker, getting older though

Mamadou "Futty" Danso (Montreal Impact) *** - CD - 87,500 - decent average CB

Stephen McCarthy (New England Revolution) *** - CD - 101,332 - young centerback who can also play midfield, project but might be worth it

Kosuke Kimura (New York Red Bulls) - CD/RD - 105,000 - reliable backup fullback

Kalif Alhassan (Portland Timbers) - CM - 120,000 - Int. - hard working, quick midfielder that got replaced by better mids at Portland. Still a decent depth guy
 

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I used the list with the costs to help illustrate my thoughts. All the players below could be useful. If these players can be talked down from their cost then NYCFC might grab them. My guess is if a player was already below $60k, NYCFC would have taken him in the first stage (they can't go much lower), so this list are the higher wage earners that might sign.

*I was going to web link them all but its taking too long. Want to know more? Click here and copy/paste the name:
http://www.mlssoccer.com/players

Patrick Ianni (Chicago Fire) - CD/RD - 150,000 - Decent CB when at Houston, but has fallen out of favor in Seattle and Chicago.
Sanna Nyassi (Chicago Fire) - F/M - 147,000 - super fast and I think has value.
Gonzalo Segares (Chicago Fire) - LD - 160,000 - decent outside back, a work horse and aggressive, Kreis kinda player
Bakary Soumare (Chicago Fire) - LCD - 330,000 - Has been a stalwart in the past but fell apart with the rest of Chicago this year; way over paid.

Marvin Chavez (Chivas USA)*** - M/F - 200,000 - decent skills and speed, older but still has something
Oswaldo Minda (Chivas USA) - DM - 150,000 - Int. - great D-mid, aggressive, could be a Beckerman like player
Martin Rivero (Chivas USA) - M - 50,004 - Int. - the diamond in the rough, could be that great Argentine playmaker that every MLS covets. Injured a lot in the last year. Risky/High reward
Nathan Sturgis (Chivas USA) - CM - 114,000


Marvell Wynne (Colorado Rapids) - CD/RD - 200,000 _-fast outside back and full back. Many MLS clubs will want him, probably not there at #19.

Adam Moffat (FC Dallas) - CM - 165,000 - hard working, getting a little slower
Hendry Thomas (FC Dallas) - DM - 180,000 - great D-mid, aggressive, could be a Beckerman like player; Kreis's friend Pareja at Dallas brought Thomas from Rapids when he moved for coaching job. Had injury problems this year and lost form/starting roll. I think he still has it.

Jeff Parke (DC United) - CD - 215,000 - veteran CB, had injury probs and lost starting position plus he costs too much

Omar Cummings (Houston Dynamo) - F/M - 250,000 -fast and reliable striker, getting older though

Mamadou "Futty" Danso (Montreal Impact) *** - CD - 87,500 - decent average CB

Stephen McCarthy (New England Revolution) *** - CD - 101,332 - young centerback who can also play midfield, project but might be worth it

Kosuke Kimura (New York Red Bulls) - CD/RD - 105,000 - reliable backup fullback

Kalif Alhassan (Portland Timbers) - CM - 120,000 - Int. - hard working, quick midfielder that got replaced by better mids at Portland. Still a decent depth guy

MagnusPax MagnusPax , when it comes to knowledge of the American game & the MLS, I have to admit your content is second to none ! Well done piece this !
 

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Aren't you glad you unblocked me? I'm a nice guy. And seriously if you all want to be NYCFC fans you better learn the league and its players. Happy to answer anything that I can.

Oh I see I missed Sturgis above. Ultimate journeyman in MLS but decent. He played for Kreis in salt lake for a time.