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The Montreal Impact will select 6th in the MLS Dispersal Draft

MLS reveals the 2014 Dispersal Draft order for MLS teams looking to acquire players from Chivas USA's roster.

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MLSSoccer.com has just revealed the 2014 Dispersal Draft order for MLS teams looking to acquire players from Chivas USA's roster. The Montreal Impact will be selecting 6th overall and it might be a good omen for the bleu-blanc-noir as it looks to add some quality to the roster.

While keeping in mind to stay cap-friendly, Frank Klopas has a chance to get a decent player to help the club right now as he starts to build this squad to his image.

Draft order

1. FC Dallas
2. New York City FC
3. Sporting Kansas City
4. D.C. United
5. New England Revolution
6. Montreal Impact
7. Orlando City SC
8. Colorado Rapids
9. San Jose Earthquakes
10. Real Salt Lake
11. Houston Dynamo
12. Portland Timbers
13. Chicago Fire
14. Toronto FC
15. Columbus Crew SC
16. LA Galaxy
17. Philadelphia Union
18. New York Red Bulls
19. Seattle Sounders FC
20. Vancouver Whitecaps FC
A reminder of the draft rules

MLS clubs acquiring Dispersal Draft players must take players at their full 2015 budget charges and options must be exercised, including any associated transfers or loans. If a team selects a player in the Dispersal Draft but leaves him unprotected ahead of the Expansion Draft on Dec. 10, he will be available for selection by either Orlando City or NYCFC at that time.


Players unselected during the Dispersal Draft will take part in the Re-Entry Draft, if eligible, or will be made available via the Waiver Draft on Dec. 10.

Chivas USA's two Homegrown Players - Caleb Calvert and Marco Delgado - are both eligible for selection in the Dispersal Draft.

The league also confirmed that Chivas USA striker Erick "Cubo" Torres will not be subject to the Dispersal Draft while it continues to negotiate a long-term deal to keep the Mexican international in MLS.