Major League Soccer MVP Award

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Major League Soccer Most Valuable Player (MVP) is an annual award for MLS players. It is voted on by media, MLS players and club management and is given to the player deemed the most valuable player in the league each season.

Since 1996 to 2007 the award was known as Honda MLS Most Valuable Player, for commercial purposes. Since 2007, the award is titled Volkswagen MLS Most Valuable Player.

Footballers playing for D.C. United have won the award a record four times, while Kansas City and Los Angeles Galaxy players have won a second best three times. Preki is the only player to ever win twice.

Winners[edit]

Season Player Club Other Finalists
1996 Colombia Carlos Valderrama Tampa Bay Mutiny Roy Lassiter, Preki
1997 United States Preki Kansas City Wizards Marco Etcheverry, Carlos Valderrama
1998 Bolivia Marco Etcheverry D.C. United Cobi Jones, Peter Nowak
1999 United States Jason Kreis Dallas Burn Marco Etcheverry, Jaime Moreno
2000 United States Tony Meola Kansas City Wizards Mamadou Diallo, Clint Mathis
2001 Honduras Alex Pineda Chacón Miami Fusion Jeff Agoos, Diego Serna
2002 Guatemala Carlos Ruíz Los Angeles Galaxy Mark Chung, Taylor Twellman
2003 United States Preki Kansas City Wizards Ante Razov, John Spencer
2004 Honduras Amado Guevara MetroStars Joe Cannon, Jaime Moreno
2005 United States Taylor Twellman New England Revolution Dwayne De Rosario, Jaime Moreno
2006 Argentina Christian Gómez D.C. United Jeff Cunningham, Dwayne De Rosario
2007 Brazil Luciano Emilio D.C. United Juan Pablo Ángel, Cuauhtémoc Blanco
2008 Argentina Guillermo Barros Schelotto Columbus Crew Landon Donovan, Cuauhtémoc Blanco
2009 United States Landon Donovan Los Angeles Galaxy Shalrie Joseph, Jeff Cunningham
2010 Colombia David Ferreira [1] FC Dallas Edson Buddle, Chris Wondolowski
2011 Canada Dwayne De Rosario [2] D.C. United Brad Davis, Brek Shea
2012 United States Chris Wondolowski [3] San Jose Earthquakes Thierry Henry, Graham Zusi
2013 United States Mike Magee [4] Chicago Fire Robbie Keane, Marco Di Vaio
2014 Republic of Ireland Robbie Keane [5] Los Angeles Galaxy Lee Nguyen, Obafemi Martins, Bradley Wright-Phillips

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