MLSsoccer.com editors Simon Borg and Jason Saghini highlight the teams who came away as the big winners following Thursday's SuperDraft.
Washington, D.C. - D.C. United announced today that the club has selected three players in the 2011 MLS SuperDraft, with University of Akron standouts Perry Kitchen and Chirs Korb joining the Black-and-Red along with University of Denver goalkeeper Joe Willis.
Russ Thaler and Sebastian Salazar discuss the club's recent player moves, which player will wear the Captain's armband in 2011, and the options in the upcoming MLS SuperDraft.
WASHINGTON – The offseason renovation of D.C. United turns another page on Thursday with the 2011 MLS SuperDraft — and a couple of moves made this week indicate where United may look when their No. 3 overall pick comes up.
Forward Adam Cristman was traded to the LA Galaxy on Tuesday, and though he was never going to play a prominent role in 2011, he leaves the club with only two out-and-out forwards on the current roster.
The club will participate in its sixteenth College Draft/SuperDraft on Thursday in Baltimore. Below is a history of every pick the club has made in the SuperDraft as well as picks from other types of drafts.
FT. LAUDERDALE, Fla. – Two first-half goals by Jabulani keyed a 2-1 victory against AdiPower in Game 5 on the third and final day of the MLS Combine.
Alex Caskey and C.J. Sapong each scored in the first half as Jabulani finished the combine with a 2-1 record. AdiPower (0-2-1) provided a response through Ryan Kinne but finished as the only team to remain winless in three games.
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FT. LAUDERDALE, Fla. – The final game of the 2011 MLS Combine ended in a stalemate, as AdiPure and AdiZero battled to a 0-0 tie.
Both sides had their share of chances in the abbreviated final game, but both AdiPure (1-0-2) and AdiZero (1-1-1) failed to capitalize and lacked that clinical edge in the penalty area.
Generation adidas signing and AdiZero forward Will Bruin spurned two first-half chances from dangerous positions.