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Nashville SC’s Walker Zimmerman Named MLS Defender of the Year

NEW YORK (Wednesday, Dec. 1, 2021) – Major League Soccer today announced Nashville SC center back Walker Zimmerman has been named the 2021 MLS Defender of the Year. Zimmerman becomes the third player in league history and the first in more than a decade to win the award in consecutive seasons.
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Walker Zimmerman repeats as MLS Defender of the Year

Although Nashville’s defense wasn’t quite as strong overall as it was last season, for the second straight year, there was no question who was its leader. Walker Zimmerman’s efforts were recognized, and he is a repeat Major League Soccer Defender of the Year winner. From League release:. NEW YORK (Wednesday,...
Bakersfield Californian

Standard School District's physical education program gets into shape

Standard Middle School just opened a brand-new fitness room that would be the envy of any school. So far it includes machines for lifting weights, biking, benching and performing plyometrics. Inspirational quotes are on the wall, with TVs and a sound system on the way. The Standard Middle School fitness...

Bruce Arena named MLS Coach of the Year

Bruce Arena has been voted the 2021 Sigi Schmid MLS Coach of the Year after guiding the New England Revolution to the Supporters' Shield. The Revs were dominant during the regular season, finished top of the overall standings with a league-record 73 points - at least 12 more than any other team.
Denver Post

Rapids ready for first-ever MLS Thanksgiving match: “They pulled this off in ways I couldn’t even begin to hope for”

Colorado will host a prime Thanksgiving football match with big stakes and a national television audience. Fresh off claiming an MLS Western Conference regular-season title, the Colorado Rapids are set to host Portland Timbers FC in the second round of the MLS Cup Playoffs after getting a first-round bye. The league’s first Thanksgiving Day match is one of the biggest in the club’s 26-year history and will be broadcast at 2:30 p.m. on FOX.

LAFC Signs Alan ‘Savvy Panda’ Vu As eMLS Athlete For 2022 Season

LAFC announced today the signing of elite gamer Alan Vu to represent the Black & Gold in eMLS for the 2022 season. Vu, who plays under the gamertag Savvy Panda, will join LAFC after completing a career-best year of competition which saw him finish 5th in the overall FIFA rankings and 4th in North America after the 2021 FIFA playoffs.

BACK IN CHARGE: Bradley named Toronto FC coach, sporting director

It didn’t take Bob Bradley to find another job. In fact, he will be coaching his son Michael for the first time in more than a decade. Toronto FC announced Wednesday the hiring of Bradley as the club’s head coach and sporting director. Bradley, 63, a three-time MLS coach of...
Midwest Sports Network

HIGHLIGHTS: Los Angeles Football Club vs. Portland Timbers | September 29, 2021

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Real Salt Lake’s Rubio Rubin wins 2021 AT&T MLS Goal of the Year fan vote

Get on your bike! Real Salt Lake forward Rubio Rubin has won the 2021 AT&T Goal of the Year award for his eye-popping overhead kick against the San Jose Earthquakes on May 7, Major League Soccer announced Tuesday. Rubin’s strike came in the 43rd minute of the contest at Rio...

Rubio Rubin Wins AT&T Goal of the Year

SANDY, Utah (Tuesday, November 23, 2021)– Real Salt Lake, in conjunction with Major League Soccer, has announced forward Rubio Rubin has won the 2021 AT&T Goal of the Year with jaw-dropping bicycle kick against San Jose Earthquakes on May 7, 2021. Rubin’s award-winning AT&T Goal of the Year came in...

LAFC Forward Cristian Arango Named MLS Newcomer of the Year

NEW YORK (Monday, Nov. 19, 2021) – Major League Soccer today announced Los Angeles Football Club forward Cristian “Chicho” Arango as the 2021 MLS Newcomer of the Year. The award recognizes the year’s most impactful new MLS player, whose first season in the league came during 2021. Arango shone the brightest among a class of nearly 250 star-studded newcomers that averaged 22.8 years of age and hailed from 53 countries.

Watch: The 2021 MLS Goal of the Year by Rubio Rubin

MLS's top golazo of 2021 comes from 25-year-old Oregon product Rubin Rubin, who joined MLS this season after a career abroad that included being coached by Diego Maradona. The acrobatic overhead shot after controlling the ball with his chest by the Real Salt Lake attacker hit the San Jose Earthquakes net in a May 7 encounter. It was one of eight goals this season by Rubin.