Rapids add Midfielder Alexandre Boucicaut to Developmental Roster
DENVER, CO (Thursday, September 15, 2005) - The Colorado Rapids acquired today Haitian midfielder Alexandre Boucicaut from the Chicago Fire in exchange for the Black and Blue's Fourth Round Selection in the 2006 MLS Supplemental Draft. This selection was acquired by Colorado from FC Dallas in a previous transaction.
Boucicaut will occupy the Developmental Roster spot left after the team waived midfielder Marcus Sagastume earlier in the day.
TRANSACTION Soccer- MLS Colorado Rapids- Acquire Haitian midfielder Alexandre Boucicaut from the Chicago Fire in exchange for Colorado's Fourth Round Selection in the 2006 MLS Supplemental Draft. Waive midfielder Marcus Sagastume.
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