Chicago Fire’s Mike Magee wins MLS MVP

  • Associated Press
  • Thursday, December 5, 2013 11:24am
  • SportsSports

CHICAGO — Chicago Fire forward Mike Magee has been selected Major League Soccer’s Most Valuable Player.

He beat out Los Angeles’ Robbie Keane, Montreal’s Marco Di Vaio and New York’s Tim Cahill in a vote by media, players and club management. The results were announced Thursday.

Acquired by the Fire from Los Angeles on May 25, Magee scored 15 goals and had four assists in 22 games for Chicago. He had six goals before the trade, bringing his seasaon total to 21 and easily eclipsing his previous high of seven as a rookie with the MetroStars in 2003.

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