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United Roster Status

Midfielder Justin Moose, who was on trial after not having his option picked up, and rookie defender Pat Carroll, younger brother of MLS's Brian and Jeff, signed developmental contracts. Forward Jerson Monteiro, who was acquired late last season from Chicago, was waived.

The club also announced today that midfielder Ryan Cordeiro has signed a developmental contract, although he actually inked his deal with the league before the draft.

Also, rookie midfielder Dan Stratford (England) has agreed to a developmental deal, pending international issues.

So where does United's roster stand nine days before the Champions' Cup opener at Harbour View?

DEVELOPMENTAL (10 available slots)
IN: D Pat Carroll, D-MF Jeff Carroll, MF Justin Moose, MF Quavas Kirk, MF Dan Stratford, MF Ryan Cordeiro.
EXPECTED: GK James Thorpe, D Brandon Owens.
POSSIBLE: MF Tony Schmitz, D Dane Murphy, F Cezar, MF-D Galen Thompson.

SENIOR ROSTER (18 available slots)
IN: GKs Jose Carvallo and Zach Wells; Ds Marc Burch, Bryan Namoff, Gonzalo Martinez, Gonzalo Peralta and Devon McTavish; MFs Ben Olsen, Fred, Clyde Simms and Marcelo Gallardo; Fs Luciano Emilio, Jaime Moreno, Franco Niell.
EXPECTED: MF Dominic Mediate.
POSSIBLE: MF-F Santino Quaranta, F Guy-Roland Kpene, MF-F Rod Dyachenko, MF Josh Gardner, F Jamil Walker, F David Blumer.

Note: Because of their age, Kpene and Dyachenko are eligible for the developmental roster, according to DCU officials.

By the way, ex-DCUer Brandon Prideaux has been waived by Colorado.

By Steve Goff  |  March 3, 2008; 4:23 PM ET
Categories:  D.C. United  
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