Updated MLS Allocation List

Updated MLS Allocation List

  • Posted by Drew Epperley
  • On August 6, 2008
  • 4 Comments
  • Allocation List

A few of you have been asking for this list now that the Pat Noonan trade is official. Below is the updated MLS Allocation list.

1. LA Galaxy
2. Colorado Rapids
3. New England Revolution
4. New York Red Bulls
5. FC Dallas
6. Chivas USA
7. DC United
8. Kansas City Wizards
9. Chicago Fire
10. Columbus Crew
11. Houston Dynamo
12. Real Salt Lake
13. San Jose Earthquakes
14. Toronto FC

  • kovosoccer

    GO LA. They are my favorite team and the most exciting to watch.

  • GO LA. They are my favorite team and the most exciting to watch.

  • Dave

    After reading about the Pat Noonan acquisition by the Columbus Crew via ESPNSoccerNet, I tried a search to figure out what the 'allocation standings' were, and chanced upon your website. I especially like the PowerRanking page. A lot of good info and current! Kudos for being current…try going to the Premiership FulhamFootballClub, and it had been out of date by a month. Don't those guys over there use the Internet.<br />
    <br />
    Maybe I don't know where to go, but I would appreciate an explanation of these 'allocation standings' or a link to a website that explains it. Or maybe I just need to go the MLS.com website where it will be explained?<br />
    <br />
    Thanks<br />
    DAVE

  • Dave

    After reading about the Pat Noonan acquisition by the Columbus Crew via ESPNSoccerNet, I tried a search to figure out what the ‘allocation standings’ were, and chanced upon your website. I especially like the PowerRanking page. A lot of good info and current! Kudos for being current…try going to the Premiership FulhamFootballClub, and it had been out of date by a month. Don’t those guys over there use the Internet.

    Maybe I don’t know where to go, but I would appreciate an explanation of these ‘allocation standings’ or a link to a website that explains it. Or maybe I just need to go the MLS.com website where it will be explained?

    Thanks
    DAVE