Is THIS the strongest Orlando City SC XI with Dom Dwyer included?



The feel-good atmosphere around Orlando City SC is palpable right now following Dom Dwyer’s landmark trade to Jason Kreis‘ Lions yesterday.

Signed for up to $1.6 million in Allocation Money, this is a new record for Major League Soccer showing the sheer magnitude of the club’s ambition.

Arriving at Orlando International Airport last night around 2am UK time, Dom Dwyer was given a hero’s welcome that perhaps even surpassed our own expectations.

Undoubtedly a top quality striker and somebody who knows MLS inside out having scored 57 goals in 128 league appearances for Sporting Kansas City, Orlando City SC have recruited a ready-made superstar.

With Orlando City SC having slipped below the red line for the first time this season following Gameweek 20, news of Dom Dwyer‘s signature is very timely.

Facing Atlanta United on Saturday, a game in which Dom Dwyer is expected to figure in, his signature has given the club a massive boost with the Lions suffering from a lack of goals this term.

Scoring the third fewest amount of goals (22) in all of MLS this season, you can appreciate why Orlando City SC fans are now purring over the thought of Cyle Larin and Dom Dwyer playing in tandem.

Naturally, there are murmurings that Dom Dwyer‘s arrival will pave the way for Cyle Larin to make a long awaited switch to Europe but both players belong to Orlando City SC, for the foreseeable future at least.

Dom Dwyer‘s arrival has got us thinking whether this particular eleven is the strongest available to Jason Kreis when everybody is fit?

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Do YOU agree that this is Orlando City SC‘s strongest possible starting eleven? Would you make any changes?

Comment below or tweet us at @Orlando_CityUK to let us know!

2 thoughts on “Is THIS the strongest Orlando City SC XI with Dom Dwyer included?

    • It’s an option. Rivas is such a frustrating player because if he sharpened up his game, he could be a huge weapon. For how long have we been saying that though…

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