Toronto FC get rid of Dom Dwyer

A few days after formalizing the arrival of Lorenzo Insigne, Toronto FC moved again on Monday.

CF Montreal’s biggest rivals traded forward Dom Dwyer and third overall pick in the upcoming Major League Soccer (MLS) SuperDraft at FC Dallas for $ 50,000 in allowance.

The Texas organization then immediately announced the buyout of Dwyer’s contract.

The player’s transition to dual American and English nationality in the Queen City was far from successful. After initialing a two-year deal last May, Dwyer didn’t score a goal and had an assist in 14 appearances in the Toronto uniform.

A former MLS Cup champion with Sporting Kansas City and Gold Cup champion with the US National Team, Dwyer has played more than 200 games on the Garber Circuit.

He is also known for his surly and irritating style for opposing defenders. « We can say that he will never receive the fair play medal [bon esprit de compétition]. I think everyone knows that, ”ex-Impact defender Rod Fanni told TVA Sports in July 2020.

Last week, Toronto FC announced the signing of Italian star striker Insigne, who played for Napoli in Serie A. most lucrative in MLS history.

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