Denver, CO - Steven Albright has announced that he has finally gotten a handle on Major League Soccer Acquisition Rules, provided that nothing changes in the next few months, after a deep dive into the complex world of acquisitions, right of first refusal, salary cap, targeted allocation money, allocation money, designated player rules, young designated players rules, international spots, and roster rules.
"It took me a few months, but I feel like I finally have a handle on the whole thing," stated Mr Albright to The Nutmeg News. "It's been a long road getting here, but it has been educational. As long as absolutely nothing major happens in the next few months, then I feel like I really have a grasp on everything."
While Mr. Albright foolishly has thought of the league acquisition rules as fixed and permanent, he also still has the best concept of the acquisition rules out of his circle of friends that attends Rapids games.
"We all depend on Steven to tell us how in the world players come and go in this league," said friend Philip Hilstep. "He always seems to know or at least has the want to learn how things happen. He has been a great resource."
The Nutmeg News will have more on this as Mr Albright realizes that he is studying rules that have already changed in a few months.