Former Chivas USA goalkeeper Dan Kennedy was drafted first by FC Dallas in today’s dispersal draft of former Chivas USA players. in a sign of how, um, lowly-thought of the club’s talent was just seven players were selected by MLS clubs.
Frankly, we didn’t learn much from a youbng, make-shift team: the U.S. ships goals in the second half and can’t score either, although to be fair they hit the woodwork twice.
Oh, and the Galaxy’s robbie keane, if fully fit, would have ripped apart the U.S. back line of left back Timmy Chandler, right back Fabian Johnson and the due of Matt Besler and Geoff Cameron in the middle.
That’s it for this year for the USMNT: their record was 6-5-4.
There goes any chance of the Galaxy snagging former Chivas USA goalkeeper Dan Kennedy, as some fans who have messaged me lately had hoped (unless the club attempts to trade up, I guess).
The Galaxy will pick 16th out of the 20 MLS clubs when the draft is held Wednesday.
FC Dallas is first, and NYCFC second, BTW.
Also, MLS has announced a special pre-sale for its noon Dec. 7 title game, set for either Carson or Seattle, depending on whether the Galaxy or Sounders prevail in the Western Conference semifinal. The code is CUP5. Details here.