Forge Goalkeeper Triston Henry Returns On Multi-Year Deal
Forge FC original Triston Henry has re-signed with the club on a new multi-year deal.
The 29-year-old goalkeeper has been a mainstay between the sticks since the club’s inception, where he took the number one spot from Quillan Roberts and retained it throughout all four of the club’s seasons thus far.
Henry is the Canadian Premier League’s all-time clean sheet leader with 33, helping the hammers secure three North Star Shields whilst also adding a golden glove award to his own cabinet in 2020.
“Triston has been a rock at the back for the club since day one,” stated Forge FC Director of Football and Business Costa Smyrniotis. “He is an outstanding goalkeeper with big game experience and performances in both domestic and international competitions. We are thrilled to have him re-sign and look forward to continued success together.”
The 29-year-old had been out-of-contract following the club’s third title win last season. He’d made 110 appearances for the side across all competitions, which includes 18 in continental action.
With the club declining its option on Christopher Kalongo, who comes in as Henry’s goalkeeper competition remains to be seen.
The Hamilton, Ontario-based side has done well to retain the bulk of its roster once again, though it remains to be seen if Kyle Bekker, Emery Welshman, and Cale Loughrey – all out-of-contract – return to the side.
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