November 30, 2022
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Forge Adds Teenage Stampatori To Devlopment Contract

By on April 17, 2022 0 551 Views

Forge FC added 17-year-old Sigma product Daniel Stampatori to the roster on a developmental contract.

The teenage addition had been training with the side all season, having already been included in the club’s Concacaf Champions League roster for its two bouts against Cruz Azul – though he didn’t feature in any matchday squads for the premier continental competition.

The Hamilton-based side announced his addition to the league roster just hours prior to the club’s home opener against CavalryFC last night, where two stellar out-of-the-box goals from Alessandro Hojabrpour and David Choiniere saw the match finish in a 2-2 draw against Cavalry.

Stampatori made his professional debut at the tail end of the match, coming on as an added time substitute for Aboubacar Sissoko.

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The hammers have added a number of young talent in the last few weeks, adding Marcus Caldeira and Abdulmalik Owolabi-Belewu two weeks ago, while 17-year-old Dino Bontis was recruited, rode the bench in the club’s season opener, and is now away with the Canada U-20 team.

Like no less than thirteen players in the Forge FC roster, the 17-year-old Stampatori developed with League1 Ontario side Sigma FC, which has proven to be a bountiful feeder club for the two-time CPL champions.

Forge FC will be back in action next weekend as it hosts an underdog FC Edmonton side that has remained undefeated across its opening two matches.

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