Kansas City Wizards Acquire 4th Round 2009 MLS SuperDraft Pick from FC DallasJuly 18, 2008 - Major League Soccer (MLS) - Sporting Kansas City Press Release
Kansas City now has six international roster spots available after trading one to Real Salt Lake late in 2007. MLS teams, with the exception of Toronto FC, are allotted eight international player spots that may be traded for a set length of time. The international roster slot traded to Real Salt Lake will revert to Kansas City for the 2010 season.
The Wizards currently have four international players on their roster, including Designated Player Claudio Lopez (Argentina), playmaker Carlos Marinelli (Argentina), forward Ivan Trujillo (Colombia) and former open tryout participant Kevin Souter (Scotland). After Friday's trade with FCD, Kansas City has two open international spots available and one vacant senior roster spot. The Wizards got down to 17 senior-roster players (four internationals) earlier in the week when they sent international forward Scott Sealy to the San Jose Earthquakes for allocation money.
Major League Soccer Stories from July 18, 2008
- Earthquakes Head North to Take on Toronto FC on Saturday, July 19 on HDNet - San Jose Earthquakes
- Dallas Acquires Two International Slots in Separate Trades - FC Dallas
- Kansas City Wizards Acquire 4th Round 2009 MLS SuperDraft Pick from FC Dallas - Sporting Kansas City
- Dynamo release Caraccio - Houston Dynamo
- Earthquakes Waive Goalkeeper Dan Benton - San Jose Earthquakes
- Crew acquires first-round Supplemental Draft pick from FC Dallas in exchange for international pick - Columbus Crew SC
- Over 8,000 Children Treated to Fire-Real Salt Lake Contest for "Kids Night Out" - Chicago Fire
- Earthquakes Sign Former AS Roma Midfielder Francisco Lima - San Jose Earthquakes
- SuperLiga Match Between Chivas and Atlante at Buck Shaw Stadium in Santa Clara is Sold Out - San Jose Earthquakes
- Toronto Aim To Shake The Quakes - Toronto FC
- New England Revolution at Chivas USA - New England Revolution
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