Lots of theoretical options out there that could be helpful to us right now. Wolde speculated that the Revs are in the same position that Colorado was in when they went to the MLS Cup final. I think if we have any prayer of coming close to that we will need something big. Kante - is officially signed but last I heard is still waiting on visa stuff. If and when he gets on the pitch, is he likely to make much of a difference? Griffiths - a left sided midfielder. From the LAG forum: "The 23-year-old Griffiths joined Los Angeles in a trade with the MetroStars last April 20 for a conditional SuperDraft pick, but bad practice habits -- not showing up -- led to the Galaxy waiving him on Thursday, a move that Schmid was not eager to make. "Basically, because he is a player with very good abilities," said the coach. "But you have to show up!" Sounds like mini-Diego. If we could get him through the maze of waiver, salary cap and guaranteed contracts, would we want him? Quijano - another midfielder, waived by LA then by Colorado. He is a little guy (5'9" 150#) and hasn't seen the pitch much. Same maze to navigate I imagine. Cassar - keeper formerly of Miami dropped by Ipswichtown. Healthy and athletic or another injury-prone problem. Probably less likely than Griffiths or Quijano considering that he isn't even signed with MLS. DC United apparently will need to trade with us, the Crew, or ? for a discovery option if they choose to sign Gazza. Another big IF - but if so, then who from DC is Crazy Ray likely to deal and would we want a cast off from another weak team? And, who of our talented players do we dismiss? OR, would another roster change just delay the gelling process?