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NEW YORK —There will be some Canadian content at the MLS all-star game. T.Y. Hilton Womens Jersey . The league
announced Sunday that D.C. United midfielder and Toronto native Dwayne De
Rosario as well as Vancouver Whitecaps captain and central defender Jay DeMerit
will be part of the squad taking on English Premier League team Chelsea on July
25 in Chester, Penn. De Rosario, the 2011 MLS MVP and Golden Boot winner,
finished last season with 16 goals and 12 assists. So far this year, he has five
goals and a league-leading 10 assists while helping D.C. United achieve first
place in the Eastern Conference with a 10-5-3 record. DeMerit has been
instrumental in helping Vancouver to a league-leading nine shutouts and a
regular-season record of 8-4-6, good for third overall in the Western Conference
standings. Also named on Sunday were goalkeeper Jimmy Nielsen (Sporting Kansas
City); defenders Steven Beitashour (San Jose Earthquakes), Aurelien Collin
(Sporting Kansas City) and Heath Pearce (New York Red Bulls); midfielders David
Beckham (LA Galaxy), Landon Donovan (LA Galaxy) and Graham Zusi (Sporting Kansas
City); and forwards Thierry Henry (New York Red Bulls), Chris Wondolowski (San
Jose Earthquakes). The 11 players received the most votes at their respective
positions from combined fan voting on three platforms—online at
MLSsoccer.com, via text message and Twitter. The rest of the squad will be named
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