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Leg 1
11/23 FINAL
1LA
0SEA
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Leg 2
11/30 9:20pm
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LA
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Western Conference Championship
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11/23 FINAL
1NY
2NE
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11/29 3:00pm
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Eastern Conference Championship

MLS clubs waive players ahead of deadline

With a contract deadline looming for several players, MLS clubs began to waive players.

D.C. United waived midfielder Junior Carreiro, who made three appearances for the club. The 19-year-old joined the club in September 2010. His older brother, Fred, recently departed United to rejoin Australian side Melbourne Victory.

The Houston Dynamo waived defender Jordan Graye. The 24-year-old, acquired from the Portland Timbers in December, did not appear in an MLS league match, though he did see time in a US Open Cup qualifier in April.

The Chicago Fire let go of rookie midfielder Davis Paul. The 22-year-old University of California product saw only 45 minutes of action this season, against the LA Galaxy on April 17.

Clubs have until 5 pm ET on Thursday to claim players off waivers, based on their order in the waiver list.

MLS Waiver Order

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