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Topic - Jeff Parke
D.C. United have traded defender Ethan White to the Philadelphia Union for defender Jeff Parke.
The clubs Tuesday also swapped spots in the MLS allocation ranking, with the Union moving up to No. 1 and United down to No. 6. That will give Philadelphia first dibs on the next U.S. national team player to sign with the league.
D.C. United traded defender Ethan White and the top allocation ranking to the Philadelphia Union for defender Jeff Parke and the sixth allocation ranking.
"He's a good teammate. He's funny, he's a joker, he lightens it up," said Parke, Boswell's center back partner. "But also when it comes down to crunch time, he can lay down the wood and really make guys be accountable for what they are and what they've done and what they need to do."