New Poll: Best Winter So Far

New Poll: Best Winter So Far

  • Posted by Drew Epperley
  • On February 10, 2009
  • 2 Comments
  • WVH Blog Stuff, WVH Poll

New poll time. Then again I never announced the last poll after the MLS SuperDraft. Most of you believed Toronto had the best draft. Time now to vote on who has had the best winter/offseason so far in terms of player movement.

I’ve included the few teams that I thought have had solid winters so far in terms of addressing team needs and making the biggest splashes. Most are teams that didn’t do well or in one club’s case didn’t exists last year. For the most part this winter has been a dud in terms of player signings as most clubs haven’t even made a peep other than the draft and some trades.

And as always, if you vote for other in the poll, feel free to post here why you did.

  • joel es latest socce

    I think that NY and Toronto have had the best winters. Ny because they had a good draft, added team speed with Oduro, Kanjay, Mbutu, and now Khano Smith. Ny got rid of some their wasted players such as overpaid Cicechero and Magee. They should get rid of Pietravallo and Rojas but they would probably take a cap hit. So they kept them.<br />
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    Toronto because they had a good draft and added Rosario and Vitti. They let go of Jared Smith, Carlos Ruiz, and Robert. Luckily, they were able to retain Johan Smith and traded Marshall to Seattle for allocation money and future picks. Their draft was arguably one of the best drafts in 2009 for value and depth.

  • I think that NY and Toronto have had the best winters. Ny because they had a good draft, added team speed with Oduro, Kanjay, Mbutu, and now Khano Smith. Ny got rid of some their wasted players such as overpaid Cicechero and Magee. They should get rid of Pietravallo and Rojas but they would probably take a cap hit. So they kept them.

    Toronto because they had a good draft and added Rosario and Vitti. They let go of Jared Smith, Carlos Ruiz, and Robert. Luckily, they were able to retain Johan Smith and traded Marshall to Seattle for allocation money and future picks. Their draft was arguably one of the best drafts in 2009 for value and depth.