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Toronto FC Sign Hamilton and Endoh

January 16, 2019 - Major League Soccer (MLS) - Toronto FC News Release

Toronto FC announced today that the club has signed forward Jordan Hamilton and midfielder Tsubasa Endoh to new contracts.

"Both Jordan and Tsubasa have continued their development and improved into players who are ready to help the first team," said Toronto FC General Manager Ali Curtis. "Both players have persevered and worked hard to earn these contracts. We are excited to know Jordan and Tsubasa are going to continue playing for TFC."

Hamilton, 22, has made a combined 51 career appearances for TFC (MLS regular season, Canadian Championship, MLS Cup playoffs and Concacaf Champions League), registering 10 goals and five assists. Hamilton originally signed with the first team on January 9, 2014, becoming the ninth player in club history to sign as an academy product. Hamilton has earned two caps for the Canadian national team. He made his debut for Canada on October 14, 2014 as a substitute in a friendly match against Colombia.

Endoh, 25, played with TFC II during the 2018 USL regular season. In Week 27, he became the first TFC II player ever to be voted USL Player of the Week. Endoh was originally drafted ninth overall by TFC out of the University of Maryland in the 2016 MLS SuperDraft. In two seasons with TFC, Endoh made 30 appearances with three goals and one assist. With TFC II Endoh has made 28 appearances, registering 11 goals and three assists during his career in USL.

TRANSACTION: Toronto FC has signed forward Jordan Hamilton and midfielder Tsubasa Endoh to new contracts

JORDAN HAMILTON - 22

Position: Forward

Height: 6'0

Weight: 194 lbs

Birthdate: March 17, 1996

Birth Place: Scarborough, ON

Hometown: Scarborough, ON

Nationality: Canadian

Last Club: Toronto FC

Pronunciation: JOR-DAN HAM-IL-TON

TSUBASA ENDOH - 31

Position: Midfield

Height: 5'8

Weight: 146 lbs.

Birthdate: August 20, 1993 (Age - 25)

Birth Place: Tokyo, Japan

Nationality: Japanese

Last Club: Toronto FC II

Pronunciation: SOO-BAH-SAH ENN-DOH


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