MLS Release Players for Stage 2 of Re-Entry Draft

Fred, Seitz available for selection again Wednesday

NEW YORK – MLS released a list of 32 eligible players for Stage 2 of the MLS Re-Entry Draft which will be held on Wednesday.

Of the 35 players available for Stage 1 last week, Joseph Ngwenya and Aaron Hohlbein were the only two players selected. Ngwenya was picked up by D.C. United while the Crew claimed Hohlbein.

Los Angeles Galaxy forward Jovan Kirovski has since withdrawn from Stage 2 possibly with a view toward negotiating a new contract with LA.

READ: RE-Entry Process and Draft Order

While players picked up in Stage 1 were signed to predetermined salary figures, those chosen in Stage 2 will enter negotiations for a new contract. Should no agreement be reached and an offer is made, the club will hold on to the player's rights in MLS.

Players not selected in Stage 2 of the Re-Entry Draft will be available on a first-come, first-serve basis to any team in the league.

The following players were required to meet age and service requirements to participate in the Re-Entry Draft as stipulated by the terms of the new Collective Bargaining Agreement.

RE-ENTRY STAGE 2 DRAFT PLAYER LIST

Chivas USA: Marcelo Saragosa, Alex Zotinca

Colorado Rapids: Claudio LopezCiaran O'BrienPeter Vagenas

Columbus Crew: Frankie HejdukDuncan OughtonGino PadulaGuillermo Barros Schelotto

FC Dallas: Jeff CunninghamDario Sala

D.C. United: Jaime Moreno

Houston DynamoRyan CochraneRichard MulrooneyPat OnstadAdrian Serioux

Los Angeles Galaxy: Dema Kovalenko

New England Revolution: Preston BurpoNico ColalucaCory GibbsKhano Smith

New York Red Bulls: Juan Pablo AngelLuke SassanoCarey Talley

Philadelphia Union: Fred, Chris Seitz

San Jose Earthquakes: Khari Stephenson

Seattle Sounders: Tyrone Marshall

Sporting Kansas City: Jimmy ConradJosh Wolff

Toronto FCNick Garcia

League Pool Goalkeeper: Chris Sharpe


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