Video: See the goals which helped Dom Dwyer win May’s MLS player of the month award

The boy done good: From West Norfolk to the United States of America. Picture: Mike Gunnoe The boy done good: From West Norfolk to the United States of America. Picture: Mike Gunnoe

Sunday, June 8, 2014
5:55 PM

King’s Lynn-raised frontman Dom Dwyer has been awarded Major League Soccer’s player of the month honour for May.

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Dwyer, 23 – who grew up and went to secondary school in Lynn – bagged six goals in America’s top-flight for Sporting KC to claim the MLS award. Last month’s winner was former Fulham ace Clint Dempsey.

The powerful frontman’s profile is growing that much across the Atlantic that he almost secured a loan deal with Charlton Athletic earlier this season.

Click on the following link, to see Dwyer hitting the next six times (footage courtesy of Sporting KC’s official website)

- To read the EDP’s feature on Dwyer from last year, click here.

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