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  • Ashtone Morgan: Canuck


    A young Canadian with options to play internationally for another country has actually committed to Canada.

    TFC academy graduate Ashtone Morgan told the Jamaica Gleaner that his heart is with Canada, rather than the country of his family heritage, Jamaica.

    He suggested that the amount of resources Canada has put into him so far contributed to his decision. He said:


    “I don’t think it’s gonna happen. I’m Canadian all the way now. My mind is made up now. Been with Canada’s national program for a while. So it’s gonna be Canada. It’s all set. If they call me, I will go.”

    TFC academy stresses the value of playing for Canada as part of its program.

    Morgan, 20, is not likely to feature in the full national team anytime soon, but seems to be in line for the starting left-back position for next year’s Olympic qualifiers. He has two youth caps for Canada.

    Morgan has appeared in eight senior games for TFC this season, his first as a professional.

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