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More Weekly MLS Honours For Impact Players ...

Bush, Garde and Diallo, all recognized.

MLS: Chicago Fire at Montreal Impact
Evan Bush, MLS Player of the Week, makes a save against Chicago Fire on Sunday.
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Newcomer, Omar Browne may have hogged most of the local love at the weekend, but after two clean-sheets in five days, Impact ‘keeper, Evan Bush was named MLS Player of the Week on Monday.

Naturally this gets him a starting place between the posts for Team of the Week (week #9), the second such accolade he’s earned this season.

Bush has now had 5 shut-outs in his last 6 matches, as he chases his own Impact record of 10, for the regular season, set only last year.

It’s also a second this season for Impact’s Remi Garde, who again is named MLS Coach of the Week for the sixth time overall since coming into MLS in March 2018, a quite remarkable achievement for the Frenchman. He’s won this nomination three times more than anyone else during his MLS career.

MLS: Montreal Impact at New England Revolution
Remi Garde. Named Coach of the Week for the sixth time in his MLS career.
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Zakaria Diallo, pivotal in central defence as Impact blanked New England and Chicago Fire, was nominated for a place on the bench in Team of the Week. I’m certain his coach would favour giving him a run-out in the second-half in this vitual line-up.

MLS: Chicago Fire at Montreal Impact
Zakaria Diallo - Team of the Week recognition for the former Stade Brestois centre-back.
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The MLS Player of the Week is chosen after every week of play in the regular season through a popular vote and a vote from media representatives. Votes from the North American Soccer Reporters (NASR) make up 75% of the vote, while 25% is attributed to the popular vote.