Major League Soccer's 20th season has seen its best to date thanks to the quality of the star players spread across the 20 clubs.
Stars like Sebastian Giovinco, David Villa, Kaka, Didier Drogba, Adam Kwarasey, and Frank Lampard, entered the league to much fanfare, but had to face stiff competition from the locals in the league.
Bleacher report conducted a selected 50 player MVP for the MLS and had some key players including two of Ghana’s players making the Top 50 from the 2015 season.
Key statistical categories, included influence on the pitch and form throughout the season and playoff performances.
The highest African player on the list was Seattle Sounders’ Obafemi Martins. The Nigerian placed 15 ahead of Ivory Coast’s Didier Drogba who placed 24.
The Ghanaians who made the MLS Top 50 were Black Star players, Lloyd Sam and David Accam who placed 31 and 34 respectively. They also came before well established players like, Kaka at 36th, Michael Bradley 39, Jozy altidore 41 and Charlie Davies 45.
This is how the exploits of the two in the MLS were reported in the season;
Lloyd Sam, RM, New York Red Bulls – 31
David Accam, FW, Chicago Fire
The Top 10 were as follows;