- Posted by Drew Epperley
- On February 19, 2010
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- Allocation, Luis Gil, Weighted Lottery
This is a nice little gem that just came in from the MLS Insider. Major League Soccer has gotten themselves another prized youngster in US U-17 star Luis Gil.
A weighted lottery on Monday will determine where Gil ends up. I’d imagine the weight system will be based on last year’s results,
along with Philly having a higher weight based on their expansion club status. Edit: According to Steve Goff, Philly will have the worst chance of landing Gil, with NY having the top chance.
That doesn’t always mean the worst club will end up with Gil. Last year when Kyle Davies was a subject of the lottery system he ended up in Real Salt Lake, who then traded him to Dallas days later. RSL was near the bottom of the table at that time but definitely not the club holding the most ping-pond balls.
We’ll have more on this on Monday.
To learn more about Luis Gil check out his profile from U.S. Soccer.