Well we have 2 New Forwards Thus Far.....MLS Supplemental Draft

Discussion in 'Houston Dynamo' started by MLSNHTOWN, Jan 24, 2008.


    MLSNHTOWN Member+

    Oct 27, 1999
    Houston, TX
    Johnny Alcarez

    Alcaraz scored 11 goals and added five assists to lead the Warriors this season with 27 points (two points for a goal, one point for an assist). Alcaraz has led the Warriors in both goals and points each of his three years at Westmont. Alcaraz’ 1.59 points per game and 0.65 goals per game was fifth best in the GSAC this season.

    “Johnny had a terrific year, especially considering the pressure he played under on a game-by-game basis to produce for our team,” said Wolf. “It is remarkable that he was able to produce the kind of stats that he did in a league that was as tough as ours.”

    Craig Thompson.....

    Senior forward Craig Thompson was chosen as this year's RMAC Player of the Year and was a unanimous choice by the RMAC soccer coaches for First Team All-RMAC. Also earning First Team All-RMAC recognition was midfielder Nick Kubala.

    Thompson earns these honors after just being named the RMAC Academic Player of the Year. Thompson ended regular-season play with 17 goals and four assists. Kubala was second on the team with his eight goals and four assists.

    Senior forward Craig Thompson was chosen as this year's RMAC Academic Player of the Year. Thompson earns these honors after leading the Orediggers with 13 goals and four assists, and holds a GPA of 3.74.

    #7 Kieran Hall

    Position: Midfield
    Height: 5-11
    Weight: 145
    Class: Senior
    Hometown: Blackburn, Eng.
    Previous School: Queens Pa

    James Georgeff
    006... Played in 17 matches with 13 starts...Posted two goals and an assist for five points...Tied for fourth on the team in points...Recorded a season-high four shots, including three on goal, at the College of Charleston...Earned an assist on Zak Boggs' goal against Wright State...Scored the first goal vs. UAB...Netted the goal that gave UCF a 2-0 first half lead over No. 1 SMU. 2005... Redshirted the season after transferring from Clemson.
    Prior to UCF...
    Personal... Born James Georgeff in Australia...Son of Stase and Sue Georgeff...Father played professionally with England's Leyton Orient Football Club...Major is organizational communications.

    Final List........

    Houston Dynamo: MF Johnny Alcaraz (Westmont), F Craig Thompson (Colorado School of Mines), MF Kieran Hall (Fort Lewis), F James Georgeff (Central Florida).

    We don't need no stinkin GK's.
  2. dustcowpoke

    dustcowpoke Member

    Jan 7, 2006
    Houston, TX
    Houston Dynamo
    Nat'l Team:
    United States
    These players will be in the reserve team. No way they get a game, if they do we are in severe trouble it will be like Lombardo for TFC.
  3. Stinker

    Stinker New Member

    Apr 22, 2007
    Never Never Land
    Georgeff played for 2 years at Clemson with Holden before he transferred ro UCF. Probably will not make it here!
  4. anderson

    anderson Member+

    Feb 28, 2002
    Houston Dynamo
    Nat'l Team:
    United States
  5. Indytrojan

    Indytrojan Member

    Feb 16, 2006
    Houston Dynamo
    every time i have had doubts,The Dom and OL have proven themselves to be more than adequate at directing this team to success......but this takes the cake for me.I mean its Jan.25 and the transfer window closes in 6 days.We have made no trade either......I cannot believe we are not doing anything about our forward situation........I have to believe something is in the works.

    but the chances of any of these draftpicks helping us is very slim........

  6. troutseth

    troutseth Member+

    Feb 1, 2006
    Houston, TX

    I know the soccer world stops during this transfer period, but my understanding is that it only affects MLS in regard to players transfering out to Europe. transfer windows apply to each federation and only refer to INBOUND when dealing with transfers across federations. Meaning EUFA teams must complete transfers between each other or complete any additions by the end of January. They can always transfer outbound (just not receive a player in return). MLS teams can receive players until March 31 for this period, including players from Europe.

    So we have time to add players. Here is a discussion I found . . .


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