MLS unveils players for Re-Entry Process draft

List of 35 players include big names like Angel, Schelotto, Wolff

MLSsoccer.com
December 3, 2010
The LA Galaxy and the Seattle Sounders were among four teams who courted Juan Pablo Ángel earlier this season.
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NEW YORK -- Major League Soccer has released the list of 35 players eligible for the first ever Re-Entry Draft, which will be held over two stages on Dec. 8 and Dec. 15.

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

RE-ENTRY DRAFT PLAYER LIST

Chivas USA: Marcelo Saragosa (option declined), Alex Zotinca (option declined)

Colorado Rapids: Claudio Lopez (option declined), Ciaran O'Brien (option declined), Peter Vagenas (option declined)

Columbus Crew: Frankie Hejduk (option declined), Duncan Oughton (option declined), Gino Padula (option declined), Guillermo Barros Schelotto (option declined)

FC Dallas: Jeff Cunningham (option declined), Dario Sala (option declined)

D.C. United: Jaime Moreno (option declined)

Houston Dynamo: Ryan Cochrane (option declined), Richard Mulrooney (option declined), Joseph Ngwenya (option declined), Pat Onstad (option declined), Adrian Serioux (option declined)

Los Angeles Galaxy: Jovan Kirovski (option declined), Dema Kovalenko (option declined)

New England Revolution: Preston Burpo (option declined), Nico Colaluca (option declined), Cory Gibbs (option declined), Khano Smith (option declined)

New York Red Bulls: Juan Pablo Angel (option declined), Luke Sassano (option declined), Carey Talley (option declined)

Philadelphia Union: Fred Carreiro (out of contract), Chris Seitz (option declined)

San Jose Earthquakes: Khari Stephenson (option declined)

Seattle Sounders: Tyrone Marshall (option declined)

Sporting Kansas City: Jimmy Conrad (out of contract), Aaron Hohlbein (out of contract), Josh Wolff (option declined)

Toronto FC: Nick Garcia (option declined)

League Pool Goalkeeper: Chris Sharpe (option declined)