Sunday, July 16, 2017

{allcanada} Canada adds Larin to Gold Cup roster


Canada has added Orlando City striker Cyle Larin to their CONCACAF Gold Cup roster.

The 22-year-old will join the team prior to their quarter-final match on July 20. He will replace Toronto FC's Raheem Edwards.

Larin was originally left off Canada's roster after a June 15 arrest for drunk-driving in Florida. The roster was revealed eight days later, with head coach Octavio Zambrano hinting that Larin may be added for the knockout stage should Canada advance.

This will be the second time Larin has represented Canada at the Gold Cup. He is a two-time runner up for Canadian Player of the Year and has scored five goals in 20 international matches.

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