2006 MLS Supplemental Draft results

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  • NEW YORK - The twelve Major League Soccer teams continued adding depth to their rosters by selecting a combined 47 players in the 2006 MLS Supplemental Draft, which was held via teleconference from the League headquarters on Thursday afternoon.

    All players who were eligible and not selected in the 2006 MLS SuperDraft - which was held on Friday, January 20 - and additional players nominated by teams were eligible for selection in the 2006 MLS Supplemental Draft. The original order of the four-round MLS Supplemental Draft is determined from the reverse order of finish following the 2005 season.

    MLS teams may begin pre-season training on Monday, January 30, 2006. MLS Cup 2005 finalists, the Los Angeles Galaxy and New England Revolution, have been granted permission to begin training this week as they prepare for the CONCACAF Champions Cup Quarterfinals two-leg series beginning on February 22 and 23. All MLS teams must be in roster and salary compliance on March 1, 2006 (18 Senior Roster, 10 Developmental Roster, 4 Senior International players).


    Chicago Fire (5): M Floyd Franks (North Carolina -Charlotte); D Dasan Robinson (Dayton); D Ezra Prendergast (Syracuse); D Idris Ughiovhe (Howard); F Richar Mupfudze (Western Kentucky).

    Chivas USA (3): F Drew Helm (Florida Atlantic); M Darren Spicer (Princeton); M Lawson Vaughn (Tulsa).

    Colorado Rapids (4): D Jordan Harvey (UCLA); D Liam Girrard (Denver); M Keith Cauldwell (Brown); M/D Daniel Wasson (Tulsa).

    Columbus Crew (3): GK Andy Gruenebaum (Kentucky); M David Chun (Southern Methodist); F Ivan Beccera (California - Santa Barbara).

    D.C. United (2): F Andy Metcalf (Memphis); D Devon McTavish (West Virginia).

    FC Dallas (5): F Christopher Joyce (Franklin Pierce); D Miguel Guante (Portland); M/F Brad Napper (Northwestern); M Sean Babcock (Portland); F Peter Louis (Coastal Carolina).

    Houston 1836 (4): M Mpho Moloi (Connecticut); F Hector Guzman (Santa Clara); F Tony Donatelli (Temple); F Josh Fender (West Texas A&M).

    Kansas City Wizards (5): D Anthony Noriega (George Mason); M/F Ryan McMahen (Michigan State); D Cory Farabi (Drake); M Chris Hamberger (Drake); M Luke Enna (University of Tampa).

    Los Angeles Galaxy (5): D Trevor McEachron (Old Dominion); M/F Dan Paladini (Cal-State Northridge); M/F Armando Melendez (Loyola Marymount); F Matt Couch (San Diego State).

    MetroStars (4): M Joseph Vide (Virginia); GK Pete Dzubay (Michigan); F Brian Cvilikas (Old Dominion); M Brian Devlin (Penn St.).

    New England Revolution (4): M Matt Wieland (Creighton); D John Queeley (North Carolina State); M Adam Williamson (Lehigh); D Danny Wynn (St. Louis).

    Real Salt Lake (4): F Jeff Rowland (New Mexico); D Willis Forko (Connecticut); GK Chase Harrison (Virginia Tech); D Chris Lancos (Maryland).

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