Midfielder Justin Mapp, who was acquired midseason, is one of 11 protected players.
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Union Reveal Expansion Draft Protected List

Chester, Pa. (November 22, 2010) – Philadelphia Union revealed today the list of eleven players who will be ineligible for selection during the 2010 MLS Expansion Draft on Wednesday, November 24.  Additionally, Union youngsters Jack McInerney, Danny Mwanga and Amobi Okugo are exempt from the draft due to their status as Generation Adidas members.

With a total of fourteen players exempt from selection (eleven protected players plus three Generation adidas), 11 Union members will be available on Wednesday when Portland and Vancouver continue filling up their rosters. 

The complete listing of protected players, Generation adidas members and unprotected players is as follows:

Philadelphia Union’s Protected Players:

1.         Califf, Danny  (DF)
2.         Carroll, Brian (MF)
3.         Gonzalez, Juan Diego (DF)
4.         Harvey, Jordan (DF)
5.         Le Toux, Sebastien (FW)
6.         Mapp, Justin (MF)
7.         Nakazawa, Kyle (MF)
8.         Orozco Fiscal, Michael (DF)
9.         Stahl, Toni (MF)
10.       Torres, Roger (MF)
11.       Williams, Sheanon (DF)

Generation adidas Players (exempt from selection):

1.         McInerney, Jack (FW)
2.         Mwanga, Danny (FW)
3.         Okugo, Amobi (MF)

Unprotected Players:

1.         Arrieta, Cristian (DF)
2.         Coudet, Eduardo (MF)
3.         Fred (MF)
4.         Jacobson, Andrew (MF)
5.         Knighton, Brad (GK)
6.         Miglioranzi, Stefani (MF)
7.         Moreno, Alejandro (FW)
8.         Noone, J.T. (DF)
9.         Salinas, Shea (MF)
10.       Seitz, Chris (GK)
11.       Zimmerman, Nick (FW)

Keystone Sports and Entertainment, LLC, is the ownership group of Philadelphia Union and is comprised of Chairman/Owner Jay Sugarman, CEO and Operating Partner Nick Sakiewicz, Christopher Buccini, Robert Buccini and David Pollin, founding partners of The Buccini/Pollin Group. The group launched the Philadelphia Union's inaugural season on March 25, 2010 and opened PPL Park, the brand new $122 million soccer specific stadium on the Chester Waterfront, on June 27, 2010.  PPL Park, the home of Philadelphia Union, holds approximately 18,500 seats and will host various events throughout the year. For more information about Philadelphia Union, visit 

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