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Osorio, Piette among MLS players called into Canada’s January camp

Toronto FC, Montreal Impact, Vancouver Whitecaps and Orlando City had multiple players named to Canada’s January camp roster.

Mar 7, 2018; Toronto, Ontario, USA; Toronto FC midfielder Jonathan Osorio (21) celebrates after scoring the winning goal against Tigres UANL in the second half of their CONCACAF Champions League quarter-final game at BMO Field. (Dan Hamilton-USA TODAY Sports)

Toronto FC’s Jonathan Osorio and Montreal Impact’s Samuel Piette headline Canada’s January roster that is loaded with Major League Soccer players. 

Five players, including Russell Teibert and Tosaint Ricketts, represent the Vancouver Whitecaps, while six Toronto FC players and three members of the Impact squad are in John Herdman’s latest squad. 

The Orlando City duo of Kamal Miller and Tesho Akindele were also named to the side that will play a trio of matches from Jan. 7-15. 

“It’s a great way to start the year with three international matches and the opportunity to work with 26 players, including players who are new to the men’s national team or have been on our radar in 2019,” Herdman said in a press release.

“Outside of the FIFA window, it is a difficult period to assemble players due to club and off-season commitments, but this gives us the opportunity to introduce young players who we have monitored throughout 2019 and have continued to impress at the club or international level,” Herdman said. 

Canada January Camp Roster

GK: Marco Carducci (Cavalry FC), Maxime Crepeau (Vancouver Whitecaps), James Pantemis (Montreal Impact)

DEF: Derek Corneilus (Vancouver Whitecaps), Amer Didic (FC Edmonton), Manjrekar James (FC Midtyjlland), Kamal Miller (Orlando City), Sam Adekugbe (Valerenga), Zorhan Bassong (Cercle Brugge), Richie Laryea (Toronto FC), Ashtone Morgan (Toronto FC) 

MID: Tristan Borges (Forge FC), Jay Chapman (Inter Miami), Liam Fraser (Toronto FC), Noble Okello (Toronto FC), Jonathan Osorio (Toronto FC), Samuel Piette (Montreal Impact), Shamit Shome (Montreal Impact), Russell Teibert (Vancouver Whitecaps) 

FW: Tesho Akindele (Orlando City), Theo Bair (Vancouver Whitecaps), Charles-Andreas Brym (Belenenses U23), Jayden Nelson (Toronto FC II), Tosaint Ricketts (Vancouver Whitecaps), Jacob Shaffelburg (Toronto FC)




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