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MLS MVP race will go down to the wire this season

September 7, 2009
DyerBy Kristian Dyer
(Archive)
Scoring might be down in MLS, but that doesn't mean the race for the MVP award has been any less than thrilling. One year after winning the award in his second season in MLS, Argentine midfielder Guillermo Barros Schelotto is back with a vengeance and making waves. Schelotto has become the prototypical designated player in the league, a leader who not only produces but also elevates the talent of those around him.

Don't write off the rest of the league quite yet, though. With most teams ...

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