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Ghana striker Dominic Oduro was fifth top scorer in the MLS for 2013

Published on: 12 January 2014
Dominic Oduro in action in Major League Soccer

Ghana striker Dominic Oduro was the fifth top scorer in 2013 in Major League Soccer with 13 goals.

The 28-year-old Columbus Crew marksman started in 34 matches and provided three assists for his teammates.

Camilo Sanvezzo of Vancouver Whitecaps topped the scorers chart with 22 goals; followed by Mike Magee of Chicagoe with 21 goals.

Marco Di Vaio of Montreal Impact and LA Galaxy star Robbie Keane netted 20 and 16 goals respectively.

Oduro was playing in his first year at the club after previously featuring for FC Dallas, Chicago Fire, New York Red Bulls, Houston.

Watch all 13 goals scored by Dominic Oduro in the 2013 season of the MLS:



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  • [email protected] Brazil b3y3 huhuu hu says:
    January 12, 2014 08:35 pm
    This guy scores with ease, Appiah has to give him another shot. In his first appearance things didn't work out but I guess it's time to try him again.
  • Kwaku says:
    January 12, 2014 04:44 pm
    I hope the Ghana black stars will give home the chance to justify his inclusion
  • cy says:
    January 12, 2014 02:28 pm
    Well I don't know why appiah is not calling this guy. he has been good since
  • boro says:
    January 12, 2014 01:57 pm
    He has power, swift, good anticipation, endurance, speed and uses both legs. He might not be playing in one of the best of leagues or might not have all the skills known to be mostly endowed with Ghanaian strikers, I guess he might provide another option for our wide strikers looking at the energy this guy has. If he can maintain this form or even better it in the next five months then I think this guy might deserve a call up into the BS as soon as possible. I also believe has been using the right age unlike his Ghanaian counterparts and therefore might be truly getting to his real prime of his career which good for BS team.
  • lam says:
    January 12, 2014 12:14 pm
    this guy oduro reminds me of tony yeboah,and he is better than jordan,warris and adiyah,he has height ,speed and good ball control and can score from a far and from any angle what again are you waiting for to call this guy.k.appiah open your eyes.