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Major League Soccer has announced the winners of their Referee and Assistant Referee of the Year awards.
Grajeda made his MLS officiating debut in 2004 and picks up the accolade for the first time in his career after a busy season.
The 46-year-old officiated the MLS All Stars vs. AS Roma match in August and has been assigned as the center referee for December’s MLS Cup between Sporting Kansas City and Real Salt Lake.
Quisenberry – who has been on the FIFA panel since 1994 - picks up the AR title for the second time in his career having won the inaugural award in 2008.
PRO General Manager, Peter Walton, said: “While this is a great achievement and honor for the two individual officials to be recognized by the MLS in such a way, I would also like to recognize the great efforts and performances of all PRO’s officials throughout a very pleasing season. Well done all.”
The awards were voted on by media, MLS players and MLS club management.