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Minnesota United's Kevin Molino celebrates after scoring against FC Dallas on Wednesday, September 9th 2020 at  Allianz Field,  Saint Paul, Minnesota
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T&T midfielder Kevin Molino of Minnesota United and his Canada-born T&T team-mate, goalkeeper Dayne St Clair have both been shortlisted for individual end-of-season 2020 US Major League Soccer (MLS) awards as announced on Wednesday.

The voting for this season's end-of-year awards, including the newly-announced Young Player of the Year Award, will run from October 29 through November 9, with the finalists to be announced on November 11.

The nominees for the awards were submitted by the clubs, and the winners will be determined through voting from three groups inclusive of current players: clubs coaches, technical directors and general managers, and selected media members; representing local and national outlets who consistently covered this year's MLS regular-season.

Molino who has been in good form for Minnesota has been nominated for the 2020 Landon Donovan MLS MVP award as well as the Comeback Player of the Year while St Clair, has been shortlisted for the Allstate Goalkeeper of the Year award.

Minnesota United's Adrian Heath was also nominated for the Sigi Schmid Coach of the Year.

Additionally, MLS will recognise the top plays of the season with the AT&T MLS Goal of the Year and MLS Save of the Year presented by Allstate, with voting for both awards set to run from November 12-18 on MLSsoccer.com. of Minnesota United and his Canada-born T&T team-mate, goalkeeper Dayne St Clair have both been shortlisted for individual end-of-season 2020 US Major League Soccer (MLS) awards as announced yesterday.

The voting for this season's end-of-year awards, including the newly-announced Young Player of the Year Award, will run from October 29 through November 9, with the finalists to be announced on November 11.

The nominees for the awards were submitted by the clubs, and the winners will be determined through voting from three groups inclusive of current players: clubs coaches, technical directors and general managers, and selected media members; representing local and national outlets who consistently covered this year's MLS regular-season.

Molino who has been in good form for Minnesota has been nominated for the 2020 Landon Donovan MLS MVP award as well as the Comeback Player of the Year while St Clair, has been shortlisted for the Allstate Goalkeeper of the Year award.

Minnesota United's Adrian Heath was also nominated for the Sigi Schmid Coach of the Year.

Additionally, MLS will recognise the top plays of the season with the AT&T MLS Goal of the Year and MLS Save of the Year presented by Allstate, with voting for both awards set to run from November 12-18 on MLSsoccer.com.


SOURCE: T&T Guardian