‘Bombshell:’ Forge FC Hamilton bolster attack by adding MVP finalist Terran Campbell

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Published January 11, 2022 at 3:16 pm

Forge FC's already potent attack received a boost with the addition of Canadian forward Terran Campbell (left) on a multi-year agreement. (Photo by MARTY THOMPSON/Canadian Premier League)

Forge FC’s already potent attack received a boost with the addition of Canadian forward Terran Campbell on a multi-year agreement.

Announced Tuesday (Jan. 11) by the Hamilton soccer club, Campbell spent the past three seasons with Pacific FC in the Canadian Premier League (CPL).

The 23-year-old suited up for a total of 69 appearances for Pacific, recording 25 goals with 10 assists in all competitions. Campbell’s 11 goals and five assists in 2021 earned him recognition as a finalist for the league’s Most Valuable Player award.

One Soccer analyst Oliver Platt called the moves by Forge FC an “offseason bombshell” on Twitter.

“We are very happy to welcome Terran to Hamilton and our club,” said Forge FC Director of Football Costa Smyrniotis. “His ability to create quality chances for himself and teammates will no doubt make him a valued addition to our group. He is driven to constantly improve his game, and we are happy to be his club of choice to achieve this during these next few important years of his young professional career.”

The five-foot-11 native of Burnaby, British Columbia also made seven appearances for Fresno FC of the USL tallying one goal and one assist in 2018.

Campbell also played three seasons with Vancouver Whitecaps FC 2 of the USL making 34 appearances, registering three goals and three assists (2015-17).

Internationally, Campbell made five appearances for Canada at the U17 level in 2015.

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