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1 Dallas 17 9 8 60
2 Colorado 15 13 6 58
3 LA Galaxy 12 16 6 52
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FC Dallas' Oscar Pareja named MLS Coach of the Year over Mastroeni

MLS Coach of the Year Oscar Pareja reflects on what it means to him to coach FC Dallas.

Oscar Pareja was named MLS Coach of the Year on Thursday after leading FC Dallas to the club's most successful season.

Pareja won with an average of 34 percent of the vote, barely edging out Colorado's Pablo Mastroeni, who finished just under 33 percent.

The Colombian won both the player and media vote, while Mastroeni led among club management. New York City FC's Patrick Vieira was third with nearly 16 percent of the vote.

Dallas claimed the Supporters' Shield for the best regular season record...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Free agent DP Jermaine Jones wants MLS deal but 'not afraid' of Europe

Jordan Morris scored the lone goal of the second leg as Seattle clinched their first-ever berth in the MLS Cup Final.
The Seattle Sounders spread the holiday cheer during their locker room celebration after sealing their spot in the MLS Cup.
Former Seattle keeper Kasey Keller says Sounders fans will be hoping to face Montreal so they can host the MLS Cup Final.
Jordan Morris explains his increase in confidence in MLS and why he yelled at his father on the sideline against Colorado.
Seattle Sounders coach Brian Schmetzer reflects on his team's turnaround this season to reach their first MLS Cup Final.
MLS Cup Playoffs: Jordan Morris (56') Colorado Rapids 0-1 Seattle Sounders
Colorado's Shkelzen Gashi preview's leg 2 of the Western Conference finals, saying 'every player needs to be ready'.

Colorado Rapids' Jermaine Jones has said that he would like to play again in Major League Soccer as he heads into free agency following his side's 1-0 MLS Cup semifinal loss to the Seattle Sounders on Sunday.

Jones said he would like a pay raise that returns him closer to the $3.05 million he made with New England last year before the Rapids acquired him in March for $650,000.

"People know that I came to this league as a [designated player] and this is where I want to go back to," Jones told...