Current Allocation List: Dallas Now On Top

Current Allocation List: Dallas Now On Top

  • Posted by Drew Epperley
  • On April 3, 2009
  • 2 Comments
  • 2009 Allocation List

Alright, with LA’s signing of Gregg Berhalter today some of you have asked for an updated MLS Allocation Order. You ask and I dig up to deliver.

Remember once a club uses their allocation position to sign a player that goes through the allocation system that the league has set up, they are then dropped to the bottom of the order. Previously San Jose used their top spot to get Bobby Convey and today LA used their top spot to get Berhalter. Now Dallas is up top.

If you find any mistakes let me know but I am pretty certain this is the new current order.

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

  • dhines

    question about the allocation order . . . i read somewhere that the allocation order takes effect in may. meaning, the current list we are looking at is the one established in may of '08 based on the '07 results. if that is the case, when will the allocation order for the '08 results take priority?<br />
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    logically it would seem the list would reset immediately after the close of the season, but i don't recall the order changing from late last season until now (except due to teams using their allocation).

  • dhines

    question about the allocation order . . . i read somewhere that the allocation order takes effect in may. meaning, the current list we are looking at is the one established in may of ’08 based on the ’07 results. if that is the case, when will the allocation order for the ’08 results take priority?

    logically it would seem the list would reset immediately after the close of the season, but i don’t recall the order changing from late last season until now (except due to teams using their allocation).