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Sunday, March 3, 2019

Zlatan wins two awards in MLS gala: All Finalist and winners List.

 MLS awards 2019: Complete List of Finalist and winners.




This is probably going to blow up in my face, but I am going with my Star. And my best sports mam almost always is Zlatan.

LA is going to be better this year, just by virtue of the backline and goalkeeper eliminating 40 percent of their individual mistakes from a year ago. Zlatan will be better too, thanks to a full preseason and a year of dominating MLS defenders under his belt. He won’t break Josef Martinez’s record, but he’ll be in the 27-goal range with a collection of viral goals.




Zlatan wins two awards in MLS gala 2019: All Finalist and winners List.




And if Zlatan wins the Golden Boot and the Galaxy make the playoffs, he’s winning MVP. He almost did it last year, when Martinez set the single-season goal record in August and led the line for arguably the best team in league history. The big Swede will have the numbers, a playoff platform and the press machine to chew up all comers.






Comeback Player of the Year: Jordan Morris (SEA)

 Finalists: Jozy Altidore (TOR), Djordje Mihailovic (CHI)



Newcomer of the Year: Pity Martinez (ATL)

 Finalists: Marco Fabian (PHI), Alexandru Mitrita (NYC)



AT&T Rookie of the Year: Andre Shinyashiki (COL)

 Finalists: Donovan Pines (DC), Omir Fernandez (NY)



Defender of the Year: Graham Zusi (SKC)

 Finalists: Leandro Gonzalez Pirez (ATL), Kemar Lawrence (NY)



Allstate Goalkeeper of the Year: Brad Guzan (ATL)

Finalists: Tim Melia (SKC), Luis Robles (NY)



Sigi Schmid Coach of the Year: Remi Garde (MTL)

 Finalists: Frank De Boer (ATL), Luchi Gonzalez (DAL)



 Assist King: Darwin Quintero (MIN)

 Finalists: Nico Lodeiro (SEA), Maxi Moralez (NYC)



Golden Boot pres. by Audi: Zlatan Ibrahimovic (LA)

 Finalists: Josef Martinez (ATL), Mauro Manotas (HOU)



Landon Donovan MLS Most Valuable Player: Zlatan Ibrahimovic (LA)

 Finalists: Josef Martinez (ATL), Carlos Vela (LAFC)






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