Matthew Durrans joins FC Edmonton – From “one of the world’s best developmental countries”

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Arrives from 1860 Munich 

Canadian Premier League side FC Edmonton have signed Canadian-born striker Matthew Durrans. The 22-year-old arrives from 3.Liga side 1860 Munich where Durrans primarily played for the club’s reserve side in the Bayernliga Süd (five goals in 25 games). Durrans has signed a contract that will keep him at the CanPL club for the duration of the 2021 season.

“Matt is a Canadian striker who left for Germany at a young age and became a professional player in one of the world’s best developmental countries,” FC Edmonton head coach Alan Koch said in a club statement. Born in Vancouver, Durrans became a free agent after his contract with 1860 Munich expired at the end of the 2020/21 season. 

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