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Larin wins landslide vote for Rookie of the Year

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For the second year in a row, a Canadian has been named the MLS Rookie of the Year.

Brampton, Ont. native Cyle Larin, who scored 17 times for Orlando City this season after being the first overall pick in the SuperDraft, has won the vote for the award. “Won,” as in the same way Chinese elections are won. According to MLS, he got 96.38 per cent of the club votes and 97.18 per cent of the media votes. Those who voted against him went to a “what-league-were-you-watching?” prison to be reprogrammed.

He “only” got 82.39 per cent of the player votes.

The 17 goals set a rookie record for the league.

Last year, Calgary-born FC Dallas forward Tesho Akindele won the award.

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