Official: Amarikwa Retained As Montreal Impact Announce Roster DecisionsPublished: November 27, 2018
Nigerian striker Quincy Amarikwa is among the players retained by Major League Soccer club Montreal Impact following the conclusion of the regular season.
The California-born frontman was traded by the Earthquakes to Montreal Impact in exchange for Dominic Oduro in August 2018.
The 31-year-old Amarikwa started seven out of the ten games he played for Montreal Impact, scoring one goal against Philadelphia Union and logging 644 minutes.
He started his Major League Soccer career with San Jose Earthquakes and also lists Colorado Rapids, Toronto FC and Chicago Fire among his former employers.
He was nominated for the MLS Comeback Player of the Year award in 2017, after suffering a serious knee injury in 2016.
In 200 regular season appearances in Major League Soccer, Amarikwa has found the net 25 times.
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